ARCHITECTURE CONSIDERATIONS FOR COMMUNITIES OF SMART OBJECTS

Authors

  • IOAN COSMIN RADU Faculty of Engineering in Foreign Languages, University Politehnica of Bucharest, Splaiul Independentei 313, Bucharest, Postal Code 060042, Romania

Keywords:

Internet of Things, Architectures, Smart objects, Edge computing, Fog computing, Mist computing, Mesh network, Microservices, Raspberry Pi

Abstract

The article presents the origin of the Internet of Things (IoT) and how the concept has evolved over time. Four architectures for IoT implementations are identified and described: central point architecture, decentralized architecture, hybrid architecture, and semi-centralized architecture. Next, the concept of an intelligent object is defined, and its characteristic aspects are described. Finally, an example of implementation is given, and conclusions are drawn.

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Published

30.09.2022

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Automatique et ordinateurs / Automation and Computer Sciences