IoT-A, Paper Deliverables
Hereafter it's possible to download all public deliverables composed by the IoT-Aproject.
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WORK PACKAGE 1
Documents in this area are related to the state of the art and to the Architectural Reference Model. Deliverables D1.2 to D1.5 are the genesis of the different versions of the ARM.
Report on the State of the Art of existing integration frameworks, architectures for Wireless Sensors Networks, RFID and other emerging IoT related technologies.
Architectural Reference Model v0.9
Architectural Reference Model v1.5
Architectural Reference Model v2.0
Architectural Reference Model v3.0
WORK PACKAGE 2
Work package 2 deals with the integration of real-world (IoT) services and resources with applications and processes of the Future Internet .
The main goal of this deliverable is discussing service description specifications, and suggested languages to be used to express these specifications within the IoT Services Domain
Introducing the IoT-aware Process Modelling Concept (IAPMC) seeking to lower the barrier for applying IoT technology like sensors and actuators to current and new business processes.
Discuss how distributed IoT services should be orchestrated taking the IoT- specific characteristics into account.
Describes how IoT-aware service orchestration and service composition techniques presented in D2.3 can be supported with self-management capabilities which allow to build systems that are able to configure, to optimise, to repair and to protect themselves without or at least with minimal human user interaction.
This deliverable provides an introduction to rule-based systems for Complex Event Processing (CEP).
WORK PACKAGE 3
Focuses on Communication between devices.
Provides an initial analysis on the M2M API that must be designed for the IoT-A project.
The objective of this document is twofold: 1) detailing the communication scenarios that we foresee for Internet of Things and especially for their usage within wider Internet networks and 2) presenting the initial design for the protocol stack within WP3.
Focuses on guidelines for next-generation protocols.
Aims at presenting the final version of the machine-to-machine layer as a framework for enabling communications between higher level applications and IoT devices and services as well as between services belonging to different technologies whenever adequate mapping between the semantics of these technologies is possible.
Specifies the design of the final IOT-A protocol suite.
WORK PACKAGE 4
Focuses on Discovery and Resolution Infrastructure.
Focuses on different architectural options for a distributed implementation of the look-up and discovery functionalities needed for both the IoT Service Resolution and the Virtual Entity Resolution.
The resolution infrastructure is a crucial component of the overall IoT-A work and most security goals must be anchored here; this deliverable presents the current progress on the security part of the WP4 resolution infrastructure.
The deliverable consists of two main parts. In the first part, we present more details on the reference architecture view. In the second part, we detail different approaches for look-up, discovery and finding new Associations between Virtual Entities and IoT Services.
WORK PACKAGE 5
focuses on the devices development.
This document focuses on the design of ultra-low power framework IoT systems, comparing cryptographic primitives and their secure ultra low-power implementation, and hardware inherent energy constraints.
Secure and Privacy compliant interactions with IoT objects:
This report addresses the context of device security as part of the objectives defined in WP5 “IoT Objects Platform”. WP5 will implement a device framework including hardware and software components. The task T5.2 “On Device Security and Privacy” will focus on improving security and privacy at every low level by cutting down some of the most prominent vulnerabilities and to enable lightweight asymmetric cryptography on smart devices as a key tool to implement security and privacy on IoT objects at a large scale (using public key infrastructure).
Run-time environment for IoT WSN devices.
This deliverable consists of the architecture specification report of a run-time environment for IoT WSN devices.
This document provides an analysis of the security features and the interoperability between devices, gateways, protocols and middleware developed in WP 5.
Run-time environment for IoT WSN devices: Design and implementation.
This deliverable includes the OS environment for IoT WSN devices along with the needed development tools to use it.
WORK PACKAGE 6
focuses on the devices development.
This document describes the process and the resulting requirements coming from the first major interaction between partners and stakeholders at the first Stakeholder Workshop (SW1).
This document provides an updated list of the initial collection of external requirements and provides a first collection of requirements from projects experts and state of the art.
This deliverable presents the final list of requirements that were gathered in the process of developing the IoT Architectural Reference Model (IoT ARM).
The main objective of this deliverable is to show the results of the validation approach from a technical, business and socio-economic perspective.
Briefing notes for the participants to the Stakeholder's workshop.
The report points out the stakeholder opinions regarding IoT-A and IoT in general in a well structured and comprehensive summary.
WORK PACKAGE 7
focuses on on use cases.
Is the initial definition of the Use Cases ).
The objective of this deliverable is to define the exact use cases which would demonstrate the application of the Architecture Reference Model (ARM) developed in WP1 of the IoT-A project.
Reports on the overall validation process of work package 7.