|aCollaborative internet of things (C-IoT) :|bfor future smart connected life and business /|cFawzi Behmann, Kwok Wu.
|aHoboken :|bJohn Wiley and Sons,|c2015.
|axxi, 282 p. :|bill. ;|c25 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aMachine generated contents note: Contents Forward Preface 1. INTRODUCTIONS AND MOTIVATION 1.1 Introduction 1.2 The book 1.2.1 Objectives 1.2.2 Benefits 1.2.3 Organization 1.2.4 Book Cover 1.2.5 Impact of C-IoT 1.2.6 Summary 1.3 C-IoT Terms of References 1.3.1 Introduction 1.3.2 Need for IoT Framework 1.3.3 C-IoT Domains and Business Apps Model 1.3.4 C-IoT Roadmap 1.3.5 C-IoT Platform and Developer Community 1.3.6 C-IoT Opportunities for Business apps, solutions and systems 1.4 The Future 1.4.1 General Trends 1.4.2 Point Solutions 1.4.3 Collaborative IoT 1.4.4 C-IoT and RFID 1.4.5 C-IoT and Nanotechnology 1.4.6 Cyber-Collaborative IoT (C2-IoT) 1.4.7 C2-IoT and EBOLA Case 1.4.8 Summary 2. APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS 2.1 C-IOT Landscape 2.1.1 C-IoT Model and Architecture Layers 2.1.2 C-IoT Model and Enabling Technologies 2.1.3 Definition of key elements 2.1.4 Requirement Considerations 2.1.5 C-IoT System Solution - Requirement Considerations 2.2 Applications Requirement - Use Cases 2.3 Health & Fitness (Lead Example) 2.3.1 Landscape 2.3.2 Health & Fitness - Sensing Requirements 2.3.3 Health & Fitness - Gateway Requirements 2.3.4 Health & Fitness - Service Requirements 2.3.5 Health & Fitness - Solution Considerations 2.3.6 Health & Fitness - System Considerations 2.3.7 Health & Fitness and Hospitals 2.4 Video Surveillance 2.4.1 Landscape 2.4.2 Video Surveillance - Across Home, Industry and Infrastructure 2.4.3 Video Surveillance - Sensing Requirements 2.4.4 Video Surveillance - Gateway Requirements 2.4.5 Video Surveillance - Services 2.4.6 Example: Red Light Camera - Photo Enforcement Camera 2.4.7 Conclusion 2.5 Smart Home & Building 2.5.1 Landscape 2.5.2 Requirement 2.5.3 Home - Sensing Requirements 2.5.4 Home - Gateway Requirements 2.5.5 Home - Services 2.6 Smart Energy 2.6.1 Landscape 2.6.2 Requirements 2.6.3 Smart Energy - Sensing Requirements 2.6.4 Smart Energy - Gateway Requirements 2.6.5 Smart Energy - Services 2.6.6 The Smart Energy App 2.6.7 Smart Energy
|aand Network Security 2.7 Track & Monitor 2.7.1 Landscape 2.7.2 Track & Monitory - Sensing Requirements 2.7.3 Track & Monitor - Services 2.7.4 Track & Monitor - Solution Considerations 2.7.5 Track & Monitor - Examples 2.8 Smart Factory/Manufacturing 2.8.1 Factory Automation - Robot 2.8.2 Caregiver and Robot 2.8.3 Industrial Robot 2.9 Others: Smart Car, Smart Truck and Smart City 2.9.1 Smart Car 2.9.2 Smart Roadside 2.9.3 Drone 2.9.4 Machine Vision 2.9.5 Smart City 3. C-IOT APPLICATIONS AND SERVICES 3.1 Smart IoT Application Use Cases 3.1.1 Health monitoring - Individual level (Fitness/Health Tracking wearables) 3.1.2 Health Monitoring at Business level (used in clinic) 3.1.3 Home and Building Automation - Individual level (Smart Home) 188.8.131.52 Smart Thermostat (Smart Energy Management) 184.108.40.206 Smart Smoke Alarm (Safety) 220.127.116.11 Smart IP Camera for Video Surveillance (Security) 18.104.22.168 Smart Service Robots at Consumer level - Roombas iRobot 22.214.171.124 Smart Home Gateway (Scalable for Smart Building Automation) 126.96.36.199 Smart Building Automation 3.1.4 Smart Energy and Smart Grid 3.1.5 Smart Energy Gateways 3.1.6 Industrial and Factory Automation 3.1.7 Smart Transportation & Fleet Logistics (Connected Cars - V2X: V2V, V2I) 3.1.8 Smart City 3.2 Smart IoT Platform 3.2.2 Smart IoT Software Gateway Platform 3.2.3 Smart Sensor Fusion Platform 3.3 Secured C-IoT Software Platform 3.3.1 C-IoT Security - Example on Smart Energy 3.3.2 Securing NAN (Metrology-to-Concentrator) 3.3.3 Securing Home Area Network (HAN) 3.3.4 Securing WAN (Concentrator-to-Sub Station/Utility Servers) 3.3.5 Platform Solution for Concentrator 3.3.6 Platform Solution for Sub Station/Utility Servers 3.3.7 Network Topology and IP Addressing: WAN 3.3.8 Security on the Concentrator and Utility Servers 3.3.9 Summary on C-IoT Security 4. IOT REFERENCE DESIGN KIT 5. C-IOT CLOUD-BASED SERVICES AND END DEVICE DIVERSIITY 5.1 C-IoT Cloud Based Services 5.1.1 Introduction and Drivers to C-IoT Service Platform 5.1.2
|aClasses of C-IoT Cloud Computing 5.1.3 C-IoT Innovative and Collaborative Services 5.1.4 The Emerging Data Centre LAN 5.2 C-IoT User Device Diversity 5.2.1 Introduction 5.2.2 C-IoT Developers/Platform 5.2.3 Wearable Devices - Individual 5.2.4 Harvesting (Self-powered nodes) - Infrastructure Applications 5.2.5 Embedded Devices and Servers 5.2.6 Performing Sentiment Analysis Using Big Data 5.2.7 Far-Reaching Consequence 5.2.8 Collaboration 6. IMPACT OF C-IOT AND TIPS 6.1 Impact on Business Process Productivity and Smart of Digital Life 6.1.1 Individual 6.1.2 Industry 6.1.3 Infrastructure 6.2 Considerations of developing Differentiated C-IoT Solutions 6.2.1 Software Processes and Platform 6.2.3 Standardization 6.2.4 Advertising Ecosystem Value Exchange 6.2.5 Opportunity with Industry Supply Chain for Material Handling 6.3 Practical Tips in maintaining Digital Life Style 6.3.1 Mobile and Wearable Computing 6.3.2 Robotics and Automation 6.3.3 Sensors and C-IoT 6.3.4 BIG Data and Predictive Analysis 6.3.5 The Changing Workforce 6.3.6 Sustainability 7. CONCLUSION 7.1 Simple C-IoT Domains and Model 7.2 Disruptive Business Applications of C-IoT 7.3 A New LifeStyle 7.4 Development Platform 7.5 C-IoT emerging Standards, Consortiums and other Initiatives 7.5.1 C-IoT Emerging Standards 7.5.2 C-IoT Emerging Consortiums 7.5.3 Forums, Workshops, and other Initiatives 7.5.4 C-IoT and Radio Communications 7.5.5 C-IoT and Nanotechnology 7.5.6 C-IoT and Security 7.6 Final Note References About the Authors Index .
|a"Provides a simplified visionary approach about the future direction of IoT, addressing its wide-scale adoption in many markets, its interception with advanced technology, the explosive growth in data, and the emergence of data analytics"--|cProvided by publisher.
|aEmbedded Internet devices.
|aInternet of things.
|aTECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Mobile & Wireless Communications.|2bisacsh
|iOnline version:|aBehmann, Fawzi.|tCollaborative internet of things (C-IoT)|dHoboken : John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 2015|z9781118913727|w(DLC) 2015011725
內容簡介top Collaborative Internet of Things (C-iot) 簡介 The trend toward increasing computer and network capabilities into an expanding number of devices and device types in our networks are creating an nternet of Things (IoT)? Consequently, this technology trend is driving the need to create Smart Network Gateways capable of unifying connectivity amongst these devices serving each premise with high-performance networking such as Ethernet LAN, 3G/4G broadband, 802.11 compliant Access-Points (APs), WLANs, G.hn, 802.15.4 ZigBee wireless sensor networks ( WSNs), and wired and wireless machine-to-machine (m2m) solutions. These new distributed processing and networked devices will provide sensing, data acquisition, adaptive real-time decision making, data distribution access, machine vision with real-time video analytics, and over time, an adaptable learning ability, each with an intent to help make our world safer, greener, and more secure. The impact is huge in terms of explosive growth of internet traffic, increase of broadband speed and the emergence of multimedia class of applications. This has led to the migration from client/server to cloud computing and services. Security has become and remains to be a key challenge to secure access of content at anytime and anywhere. The introduction of smart phones has generated a wide acceptance and adoption by business, consumer and general population. Today, we see high growth in mobile traffic than landline. Increase longer life battery, introduction of tablets and growth of ecosystem for mobile applications will cause a gradual decline in the growth of PCs and rapid end of life of desktop equipment.The amount of data being created and transmitted over networks from mobile devices and IoT will continue to grow in an explosive way. This, in turn, will impact businesses by entering in a new era of computing that requires systems to process and analyze, in real-time, huge volumes of information known as Big Data and emergence of new applications and services. As networks increase in complexity, concept of virtualization and clouds become of great importance in the evolution of future networks. SDN ?Software Defined Networks will enable virtualization of network resources enabled by open source capabilities and interoperability. Hence, we can witness the evolution and acceleration of the next generation cloud architecture, computing and emerging services.The book provides the reader with a quick overview of the evolution of Internet of Things and its impact on Smart Connected Digital Life and emerging Cloud Services comparing trials in the 1990s with current solutions offering and future trends. The underline drivers of innovative change are the scalability of Internet, advancement of wireless technology and accelerated growth of mobility. Broadly, the book is organized into eight chapters and provides a comprehensive overview on emerging cloud services and IoT networking paradigms.