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Internet Of Things (IoT)

Prepared By: Virendra Singh Thakur


GTU PG School, Ahmedabad
Mo. +91-9662404549
Agenda

1. What is IoT ?

2. Web of Things

3. IoT Standardization

4. Applications
What is Internet Of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of


physical objects accessed through the Internet,
as defined by technology analysts and
visionaries. These objects contain embedded
technology to interact with internal states or the
external environment. In other words, when
objects can sense and communicate, it changes
how and where decisions are made, and who
makes them.
The Web of Things
Internet Of Things Contd..
In the future, digital sensing, communication, and
processing capabilities will be ubiquitously
embedded into everyday objects, turning them into
the Internet of Things (IoT). Smart devices will
collect data, relay the information or context to
each other, and process the information
collaboratively.
Internet Of Things Contd..
An IoT system is a network of networks where,
typically, a massive number of
objects/things/sensors/devices are connected
through communications and information
infrastructure to provide value-added services via
intelligent data processing and management for
different applications (e.g. smart cities, smart
health, smart grid, smart home, smart
transportation, and smart shopping).
Internet Of Things Contd..
Topics will include IoT system architecture, IoT
enabling technologies, IoT services and applications,
and the social implications of IoT. The fields of
interest include, but are not limited to:
Internet Of Things Contd..
IoT services, applications, standards, and test-beds
such as streaming data management and mining
platforms, service middleware, open service
platform, semantic service management, security
and privacy-preserving protocols, design examples
of smart services and applications, and IoT
application support.
Internet Of Things Contd..
IoT enabling technologies such as sensors, radio
frequency identification, low power and energy
harvesting, sensor networks, machine-type
communication, resource-constrained networks, real-
time systems, IoT data analytics, in situ processing,
and embedded software.
Internet Of Things Contd..
IoT architectures such as things-centric, data-centric,
service-centric architecture, CPS and SCADA
platforms, future Internet design for IoT, cloud-based
IoT, and system security and manageability.
Internet Of Things Contd..
Presentations from Buyers of the Internet of
Things by market vertical

Consumer services and smart homes


Automotive and transit
Health care
Smart Energy: smart meters and grids
Logistics, supply chain
Oil, gas, manufacturing and industrial
Key IoT Standardization
IETF

6LoWPAN Working Group (IPv6 anywhere)


ROLL (Routing Over Low-power Loosely
Networks) WG
CoRE WG (REST for IoT, CoAP, Resource
Directory etc.)
TLS WG (DTLS)
Key IoT Standardization

OMA

Lightweight M2M Enabler Standard (CoAP/DTLS


based)
Device Management 2.0 Enabler Standard
(HTTP/TLS based)
Key IoT Standardization
ETSI / OneM2M
Ongoing work on M2M system standardization
(CoAP, HTTP binding)

W3C
Efficient XML Interchange (EXI) standardisation

ZigBee IP
An open-standard 6LoWPAN stack for e.g. Smart
Energy 2.0
Example Applications
Smart Energy & Lighting
Example Applications
Health & Fitness
Example Applications
Building Automation
Example Applications
Asset Management
Thank You..
References:

www.cisco.com/web/solutions/trends/iot/overview.htm

www.sap.com/pc/tech/internet-of-things.htm