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Exposing IoT Objects in the Internet Using the Resource Management Architecture

Abstract : This paper proposes an architecture for sharing IoT Objects' resources in the Internet of Things providing a model for its owners to expose devices, which can be consumed by clients inspired by the Sensor-as-a-Service model. The main idea relies on the fact that users, such as developers and researchers, do not always have access to the necessary hardware and resources. Exposing devices in IoT should impact these persons activities. Then, we present the Resource Management Architecture, where several IoT Objects endowed with sensors and actuators can be added to environments that are represented virtually in the architecture. The IoT Objects become available to be consumed by users through the use of applications. The architecture is composed of three layers: one representing devices, the cloud solution, and applications, and how they interact with each other. We also present a study case for testing the whole approach in a smart city scenario.
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Carlos Eduardo Pantoja, Heder Dorneles Soares, Jose Viterbo, Tielle Alexandre, Arthur Casals, et al.. Exposing IoT Objects in the Internet Using the Resource Management Architecture. International Journal of Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering, World Scientific Publishing, 2019, 29 (11n12), pp.1703 - 1725. ⟨10.1142/S0218194019400175⟩. ⟨hal-02892412⟩

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