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COMMA: A new LoRaWAN communication optimisation mechanism for mobility adaptation of IoT

Alexis Picard, Jean‐Christophe Lapayre, Fouad Hanna, Ronnie Muthada Pottayya
2021 IET Wireless Sensor Systems  
In this article, we introduce COMMA (Communication Optimisation Mechanism for Mobility Adaptation), an adaptive data rate mechanism optimised for everyday mobility of devices and people.  ...  Communication protocols for the Internet of Things (IoT) have been optimised to meet the specific requirements of this fast-growing domain.  ...  They have contributed to the development of our work, which combines academic and industrial skills for the benefit of eHealth and telemedicine.  ... 
doi:10.1049/wss2.12017 fatcat:mltbh6hc3bgtpiqq7natc365me

Enhancing environmental and energy monitoring of residential buildings through IoT

Vladimir Tanasiev, George Cristian Pătru, Daniel Rosner, Gabriela Sava, Horia Necula, Adrian Badea
2021 Automation in Construction  
This approach opens new possibilities for a wider set of beneficiaries.  ...  Communication protocols Current monitoring solutions can be built on top of a wide range of communication protocols.  ...  The monitoring IoT platform with cloud capabilities is able to adapt to a new type of network -a network of objects, to exchange data with IoT end devices, integrate new devices on hardware and software  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.autcon.2021.103662 fatcat:mac346nnlbhmtclbghn3pz4vwy

Modelling and Optimisation of Resource Usage in an IoT Enabled Smart Campus [article]

Thanchanok Sutjarittham
2021 arXiv   pre-print
, have opened up new opportunities for organisations to lower cost and improve user experience.  ...  Advances in the Internet of Things (IoT) technologies that can sense and communicate data from the physical world, coupled with data analytics and Artificial intelligence (AI) that can predict usage patterns  ...  The sensors uses LoRaWAN for data communication by utilising a public LoRaWAN base-station located on our campus.  ... 
arXiv:2111.04085v1 fatcat:3bx5bfg4nfg7xgkyrcey7w3k3a

Wireless Middleware Solutions for Smart Water Metering

Stefano Alvisi, Francesco Casellato, Marco Franchini, Marco Govoni, Chiara Luciani, Filippo Poltronieri, Giulio Riberto, Cesare Stefanelli, Mauro Tortonesi
2019 Sensors  
There is the need for open and interoperable smart water metering solutions, capable of collecting data from the wide range of water meters on the market.  ...  Unfortunately, despite the large number of solutions available on the market, the lack of an open and widely accepted communication standard means that vendors typically propose proprietary data collection  ...  For instance, LoRaWAN (Low Power WAN Protocol for Internet-of-Things) provides WAN communications on top of LoRa, which end-devices can use to communicate with gateways [19] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/s19081853 fatcat:oddnzjdfazf6tgcfkzzp523v6y

An energy-efficient internet of things (IoT) architecture for preventive conservation of cultural heritage

Angel Perles, Eva Pérez-Marín, Ricardo Mercado, J. Damian Segrelles, Ignacio Blanquer, Manuel Zarzo, Fernando J. Garcia-Diego
2018 Future generations computer systems  
An energy-efficient internet of things (IoT) architecture for preventive conservation of cultural heritage. Future Generation Computer Systems. 81:566-581.  ...  This work presents an IoT architecture for this purpose. Firstly, we discuss the requirements from the artwork standpoint, data acquisition, cloud processing and data visualization to the end user.  ...  using a comma-465 separated values (CSV) format.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.future.2017.06.030 fatcat:fsus2uovjrfsjcbou7gi6ha7le

Proceedings of the 2020 OMI Seminars (PROMIS 2020)

OMI is the acronym of the German name for the Institute of Information Resource Management located at Ulm University, Germany.  ...  Seminars proceed as follows: At the beginning of the course each student picks a topic and works on it.  ...  Newly proposed metrics like the Perceptual Path Length and Linear separability can provide new information when analyzing and training new GANs.  ... 
doi:10.18725/oparu-38460 fatcat:rlndofm4enfxvpoel4o6gd7tmy