A down-to-earth integration of Named Data Networking in the real-world IoT

Abstract : The IEEE802.15.4 wireless technology is one of the enablers of the Internet of Things. It allows constrained devices to communicate with a satisfactory data rate, payload size and distance range, all with reduced energy consumption. To provide IoT devices with a global Internet identity, 6LoWPAN defines the IPv6 adaptation to communicate over IEEE802.15.4. However, this integration still needs additional protocols to support other IoT requirements, which makes the IP stack in IoT devices more complex and therefore shows the limitations of the IP model to support the needs of future Internet. Named Data Networking represents an alternative that can natively support IoT constraints including mobility, security and human readable data names. This paper is a synthesis of an ongoing work that investigates the integration of NDN with IEEE802.15.4 for constrained IoT devices. The proposed design has been implemented in a real-world smart agriculture scenario, and evaluated by simulation focusing on energy consumption and network overhead in comparison to IP-based protocols.
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Amar Abane, Mehammed Daoui, Paul Muhlethaler, Hossam Afifi. A down-to-earth integration of Named Data Networking in the real-world IoT. FiCloudW 2018 : 6th International Conference on Future Internet of Things and Cloud Workshops, Aug 2018, Barcelona, Spain. pp.243-249, ⟨10.1109/W-FiCloud.2018.00046⟩. ⟨hal-02333719⟩

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