InternetOfThings

Un article de Agora2ia.

(Redirigé depuis IoT)

Sommaire

Caractéristiques

CPU

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Connectivité

  • Wifi
  • TCP / IP
  • Bluetooth (BLE)
  • RF


Inputs

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Outputs

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With iOS

  • Made For iPhone (MFI) Program
  • WIFI
    • Client ou Server
  • Bluetooth
    • Bluetooth Low Energy / BLE (ou Bluetooth Smart)
    • Central ou Peripherical
    • CoreBluetooth
  • iBeacon
    • Bluetooth LE devices
    • Applications Defined ID's
    • Support in CoreLocation API
  • Background App Refresh
    • UIBackgroundModes
    • Remote notifications


Eclipse plateforme

  • iot.eclipse.org
    • Java Tutorial
    • Kura provides a Java/OSGi-based container for IoT applications running in service gateways.
    • Paho provides open-source client implementations of open and standard messaging protocols aimed at new, existing, and emerging applications for Machine‑to‑Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT). See eclipse.org/paho
    • MQTT is a lightweight messaging protocol based on the publish/subscribe model. A central broker is federating MQTT clients that are publishing messages on specific topics, allowing other clients subscribed to these topics to immediately receive those messages.
    • CoAP (Constrained Application Protocol) is a RESTful protocol targeting constrained embedded devices and wireless networks. CoAP essentially replicates the HTTP resource model on top of UDP using a binary, bandwidth-efficient, encoding. See eclipse.org/californium


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