The Internet of Things: Connecting Objects to the Web

Hakima Chaouchi

ISBN: 9788126566839

288 pages

INR 649


The path towards communication ubiquity started years ago with the aim of offering to users different services anytime and anywhere. This is becoming true only because wireless and mobile communication have had a remarkable evolution, as has the miniaturization of mobile terminals, while keeping high performance and security. The Internet of Things appears to be the ultimate or next step of ubiquitous networks. It is the imminent future generation of networks that will connect not only networked terminals (mobile phones, computers, smart devices), but also everyday objects that were until now just "un-networked things" or "inert objects".



Chapter 1. Introduction to the Internet of Things
1.1. Introduction  

1.2. History of IoT  

1.3. About objects/things in the IoT  

1.4. The identifier in the IoT

1.5. Enabling technologies of IoT

1.6. About the Internet in IoT

1.7. Bibliography


Chapter 2. Radio Frequency Identification Technology Overview
2.1. Introduction

2.2. Principle of RFID

2.3. Components of an RFID system

2.4. Issues

2.5. Bibliography


Chapter 3. Wireless Sensor Networks: Technology Overview
3.1. History and context

3.2. The node

3.3. Connecting nodes

3.4. Networking nodes

3.5. Securing communication

3.6. Standards and Fora

3.7. Conclusion

3.8. Bibliography


Chapter 4. Power Line Communication Technology Overview
4.1. Introduction

4.2. Overview of existing PLC technologies and standards

4.3. Architectures for home network applications

4.4. Internet of things using PLC technology

4.5. Conclusion

4.6. Bibliography


Chapter 5. RFID Applications and Related Research Issues
5.1. Introduction

5.2. Concepts and terminology

5.3. RFID applications

5.4. Ongoing research projects

5.5. Summary and conclusions

5.6. Bibliography


Chapter 6. RFID Deployment for Location and Mobility Management on the Internet
6.1. Introduction

6.2. Background and related work

6.3. Localization and handover management relying on RFID
6.4. Technology considerations

6.5. Performance evaluation

6.6. Summary and conclusions

6.7. Bibliography


Chapter 7. The Internet of Things -- Setting the Standards
7.1. Introduction

7.2. Standardizing the IoT

7.3. Exploiting the potential of RFID

7.4. Identification in the IoT

7.5. Promoting ubiquitous networking: anywhere, any when, any what

7.6. Safeguarding data and consumer privacy

7.7. Conclusions

7.8. Bibliography


Chapter 8. Governance of the Internet of Things
8.1. Introduction

8.2. Bodies subject to governing principles

8.3. Substantive principles for IoT governance

8.4. IoT infrastructure governance

8.5. Further governance issues

8.6. Outlook

8.7. Bibliography



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