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AbstractGateways are emerging as a key element of bringing legacy and next generation devices to the Internet of Things (IoT). They integrate protocols for networking, help manage storage and edge analytics on the data, and facilitate data flow securely between edge devices and the cloud. Current IoT gateways solve the communication gap between field control/sensor nodes and customer cloud, enabling field data to be harnessed for manufacturing process optimization, remote management, and preventive maintenance. However, these gateways do not support fully-automatic configuration of newly added IoT devices. In this paper, we proposed a self-configurable gateway featuring real time detection and configuration of smart things over the wireless networks. This novel gateway's main features are: dynamic discovery of home IoT device(s), automatic updates of hardware changes, connection management of smart things connected over AllJoyn. We use the `option' field for automatic configuration of IoT devices rather than modify standard format of CoAP protocol. Proposed gateway functionality has been validated over the large-scale IoT testbed.
CitationKang, B., Kim, D. and Choo, H., (2017). 'Internet of everything: A large-scale autonomic IoT gateway'. IEEE Transactions on Multi-Scale Computing Systems, 3(3), pp.206-214. DOI: 10.1109/TMSCS.2017.2705683
JournalIEEE Transactions on Multi-Scale Computing Systems
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