Internet of Things (IoT): A Literature Review
2. Internet Of Things
2.3. Time Series
3.1. European FP7 Research Project
(1) This is to be utilized as an outline for IoT substantial engineering plan; (2) Model: Architectural Reference Model (ARM); (3) Developed By: Project accomplices of the European FP7 Research Project IoT-A; (4) Derived From Business contemplations, application-based prerequisites, and momentum innovations.
3.2. ITU Architecture
According to the recommendations of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the network, Architecture of the Internet of Things consists of
(a) The Sensing Layer
(b) The Access Layer
(c) The Network Layer
(d) The Middleware Layer
(e) The Application Layers
These are like the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) reference model in network and data communication.
3.3. IoT Forum Architecture
3.4. Qian Xiaodong, Zhang Jidong Architecture
3.5. Kun Han, Shurong Liu, Dacheng Zhang and Ying Han’s (2012)’s Architecture
4.1. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
4.2. Internet Protocol (IP)
4.3. Electronic Product Code (EPC)
4.5. Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi)
4.8. Artificial Intelligence
Man-made consciousness alludes to electronic conditions that are delicate and receptive to the presence of individuals. In a surrounding knowledge world, gadgets work in show to help individuals in doing their regular day-to-day existence exercises in a simple, normal way utilizing Information and Intelligence that is concealed in the organization-associated gadgets. It is portrayed by the accompanying frameworks of qualities (1) Embedded: Many Net-worked gadgets are coordinated into the climate (2) Context-Aware: These gadgets can remember you and your situational setting (3) Personalized: They can be customized to your necessities (4) Adaptive: They can change in light of you (5) Anticipatory: They can expect your cravings without cognizant intercession.