Intelligent IoT for the Digital World (Wiley)
Wednesday, 21 April 2021

With the subtitle "Incorporating 5G Communications and Fog/Edge Computing Technologies", this book explores unusual types of Internet of Things (IoT) architecture, for example, the Web of Things (WoT) with its open character that breaks the barriers among various IoT vertical applications. Yang Yang, Xu Chen, Rui Tan and Yong Xiao examine and compare key technologies from physical to platform level, especially the Narrow Band Internet of Things (NB-IoT) technology.

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The book examines three typical WoT applications: the monitoring application of south-to-north water diversion projects; smart driving applications; and network optimization applications. In addition, the text explores testing and authentication of IoT key technologies, with the required equipment, platform, and outdoor environment development.

Authors: Yang Yang, Xu Chen, Rui Tan and Yong Xiao
Publisher: Wiley
Date: March 2021
Pages: 336
ISBN: 978-1119593546
Print: 1119593549
Kindle: B09255WF2Z
Audience: IoT developers
Level: Intermediate/Advanced
 

  • Provides information on what IoT/WoT is, when to use it, how to provide IoT services with certain technologies, and more 
  • Discusses restful architecture, main protocols (ZigBee, 6lowpan, CoAP, HTML5)
  • Explores key technologies on different layers (sensing, gathering, application) 
  • Examines how IoT will change the information and communication technology industry

 

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