Internet of Things

Learning Outcomes: 
After successful completion of this subject students will be able to:
• Understand the IoT and its applications
• Apply the web of things and cloud of things
• Do IoT Hardware and IoT Sensors interfacing
• Development of IoT applications of real world
Syllabus: 
Unit NoTopics
1

Introduction:

Definitions and Functional Requirements –Motivation – Architecture - Web 3.0 View of IoT– Ubiquitous IoT Applications – Four Pillars of IoT – DNA of IoT - The Toolkit Approach for End-user Participation in the Internet of Things. Middleware for IoT: Overview – Communication middleware for IoT –IoT Information Security

2

IOT Protocols:

Protocol Standardization for IoT – Efforts – M2M and WSN Protocols – SCADA and RFID Protocols – Issues with IoT Standardization – Unified Data Standards – Protocols – IEEE 802.15.4 – BACNet Protocol – Modbus – KNX – Zigbee Architecture – Network layer – APS layer – Security

3

Web Of Things:

Web of Things versus Internet of Things – Two Pillars of the Web – Architecture Standardization for WoT– Platform Middleware for WoT – Unified Multitier WoT Architecture – WoT Portals and Business Intelligence. 

4

Cloud Of Things:

Grid/SOA and Cloud Computing – Cloud Middleware – Cloud Standards – Cloud Providers and Systems – Mobile Cloud Computing – The Cloud of Things Architecture

5

IOT Business Models:

Integrated Billing Solutions in the Internet of Things Business Models for the Internet of Things - Network Dynamics: Population Models – Information Cascades - Network Effects - Network Dynamics: Structural Models - Cascading  Behavior in Networks - The Small-World Phenomenon

6

Iot Hardware  & Sensors

Iot Hardware interfacing using Arduino / Raspberry Pi,  IoT Sensors – Health, Industry, Environment.

7

Iot Based Application Development:

Real time Data Acquisition, Framework  Designing,  Hardware Interfacing, Memory Management – Design patterns for limited memory – Work flow for Application Development – Techniques for composing Applications – Dynamic Linking – Plug ins and rules of thumb for using DLLs – Concurrency and Resource Management – Look and feel.

Reference Books: 
Name: 
The Internet of Things in the Cloud
Author: 
A Middleware Perspective - Honbo Zhou
Publication: 
CRC Press – 2012
Name: 
Architecting the Internet of Things
Author: 
Dieter Uckelmann; Mark Harrison; Florian Michahelles
Publication: 
Springer – 2011
Name: 
Networks, Crowds, and Markets: Reasoning About a Highly Connected World
Author: 
David Easley and Jon Kleinberg
Publication: 
Cambridge University Press – 2010
Name: 
The Internet of Things: Applications to the Smart Grid and Building Automation
Author: 
Olivier Hersent, Omar Elloumi and David Boswarthick
Publication: 
Wiley -2012
Name: 
The Internet of Things – Key applications and Protocols
Author: 
Olivier Hersent, David Boswarthick, Omar Elloumi
Publication: 
Wiley, 2012
Syllabus PDF: 
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branch: 
CBA
Course: 
2016
Stream: 
M.Tech