publication . Bachelor thesis . 2016

Ranking System for IoT Industry Platform

Mukherjee, Somshree;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2016
  • Publisher: KTH, Skolan för informations- och kommunikationsteknik (ICT)
  • Country: Sweden
Abstract
The Internet of Things (IoT) has seen a huge growth spurt in the last few years which has resulted in the need for more standardised IoT technology. Because of this, numerous IoT platforms have sprung up that offer a variety of features and use different technologies which may not necessarily be compliant with each other or with other technologies. Companies that wish to enter theIoT market are in constant need to find the most suitable IoT platform for their business and have a certain set of requirements that need to be fulfilled by the IoT platforms in order for the application to be fully functional. The problem that this thesis project is trying to address ...
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free text keywords: Internet of Things, IoT architectural models, IoT platforms, Machine-to-machine, IoT-A ARM, WSO2, Reference Architecture, Reference Model, Interoperability, Context-Awareness, Dynamic Adaptation, Weighted Sum Model, IoT arkitekturmodeller, IoT plattformerna, Maskin-tillmaskin, Referensarkitektur, Referensmodell, Interoperabilitet, Context-medvetenhet, Dynamisk anpassning, Computer and Information Sciences, Data- och informationsvetenskap
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