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Chapter 3

IOT Architectures  

IoT architecture contains of numerous layers of technologies secondary IoT. It serves to produce how several technologies relate to each other and to communicate the scalability, modularity and configuration of IoT arrangements in different situations 23.

According to the references of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the network, Architecture of Internet of Things consists of

 (1) The Sensing Layer

 (2) The Access Layer

 (3) The Network Layer

 (4) The Middleware Layer

 (5) The Application Layers

The internet of things (IoT) is the internetworking of physical devices, vehicles (also referred to as “associated devices” and “smart devices”), buildings and other items — embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, preceptors and system connectivity that authorize these objects to gather and discussion data.

IoT describe caring digital signal or digital data by internet so carrying information or signal is a procedural process so it’s consist architecture design The Internet of Things domain will incorporate a tremendously wide range of technologies, from displaced to discerning, from extremely constrained to unconstrained, from hard real time to soft real time. Therefore, single reference building cannot be used as a blueprint for all possible concrete applications. While a alignment model can maybe be acknowledged, it is likely that several reference structures will co-exist in the Internet of Things.


Figure-7: shows detailed architecture of IOT. The functionality of each layer is described below



Figure-7: IOT Architecture. 23




3.1 Smart Device /Sensors Layer


The last layer is completed up of smart objects combined with sensors. The devices allow the interconnection of the physical and digital worlds permitting real-time data to be collected and processed. There are various types of sensors for different purposes. The sensors have the capacity to take measurements such as temperature, air quality, speed, humidity, pressure, flow, movement and electricity etc. In some cases, they may also have a degree of memory, enabling them to record a certain number of measurements. A device can measure the physical things and change it into signal that can be understood by a device which called sensors. Sensors are grouped according to their unique purpose such as environmental sensors, body sensors, home appliance sensors and vehicle telematics sensors, etc. Most sensors require connectivity to the sensor gateways. This can be in the form of a Local Area Network (LAN) such as Ethernet and Wi-Fi connections or Personal Area Network (PAN) such as ZigBee, Bluetooth and Ultra Wideband (UWB). For preceptors/sensors that do not need connectivity to sensor aggregators, their connectivity to backend servers/applications can be provided using Wide Area Network (WAN) such as GSM/GPRS and LTE. Sensors that use low power and low data rate connectivity, they typically form networks commonly known as wireless sensor networks (WSNs). WSNs are gaining popularity as they can accommodate far more sensor nodes while retaining adequate battery life and covering large areas. 24


3.2 Gateways and Networks

 Huge capacity of data will be created by these tiny sensors and this needs a robust and high presentation wired or wireless network infrastructure as a transport medium. Present networks, often secured with very dissimilar protocols, have been used to support machine-to-machine (M2M) networks and their applications. With directive desired to serve a wider series of IOT services and applications such as high speed transactional services, context-aware applications, etc. numerous networks with several equipment and contact protocols are needed to work with each other in a various configuration. These networks can be in the form of a private, public or hybrid replicas and are built to support the communication requirements for latency, bandwidth or security. Various gateways (microcontroller, microprocessor…) & entryway networks (WI-FI, GSM, GPRS…) are shown in figure-7.

3.3 Management Service Layer

The managing service concentrates the processing of information probable concluded analytics, security controls, process modeling and management of devices. One of the significant features of the management service layer is the business and process rule engines. IOT carries connecting and statement of things and systems together providing information in the form of events or contextual data such as temperature of goods, current location and traffic data. About of these measures require filtering or channeling to post processing systems such as capturing of periodic sensory data, while others require response to the immediate situations such as reacting to emergencies on patient’s health conditions. The instruction appliances support the preparation of decision judgements and activate interactive and mechanical procedures to enable a more responsive IOT system. In the area of analytics, various analytics tools are used to extract relevant information from massive amount of raw data and to be processed at a much faster rate. Analytics such as in recollection analytics permits large capacities of data to be cached in random access memory (RAM) rather than stored in physical disks. In-memory analytics reduces data query time and augments the speed of decision making. Streaming analytics is another form of analytics where analysis of data, considered as data-in-motion, is required to be carried out in real time so that decisions can be made in a matter of seconds. Data management is the ability to manage data information flow. With data management in the management service layer, information can be accessed, integrated and controlled. Higher layer applications can be shielded from the need to process unnecessary data and reduce the risk of privacy disclosure of the data source. Data cleaning techniques such as data anonymisation, data integration and data synchronization, are used to hide the details of the information while providing only essential information that is usable for the relevant applications. With the use of data abstraction, information can be extracted to provide a common business view of data to gain greater agility and reuse across domains. Security must be enforced across the whole dimension of the IoT architecture right from the smart object layer all the way to the application layer. Security of the system prevents system hacking and compromises by unauthorized personnel, thus reducing the possibility of risks. 24





3.4 Application Layer

The internet of Things application shelters “smart” environments/places in domains such as: Transference, Construction, City, Lifestyle, Retail, Agriculture, Factory, Supply chain, Emergency, Healthcare, User interaction, Culture and tourism, Environment and Energy.


Data that needs more in-depth processing, and where reaction doesn’t have to be instant, gets forwarded to physical data center or cloud-based systems, where more powerful IT systems can analyze, manage, and securely store the data. It takes lengthier to get results when you wait until data extents Stage 4, but you can perform a more in-depth analysis, as well as combine your sensor data with data from other sources for deeper visions. Stage four privilege may take place on-premises, in the cloud, or in a hybrid cloud system, but the type of processing executed in this stage remainders the same, regardless of the platform. 24