Ryan explains the use of low-power wireless networking technologies in the typical lighting control system in the smart home environments, which can be applied to a broad range of similar IoT applications. This case study gives an example of how to apply a low-power personal-area networking technology at the local scale.
- [Instructor] In this video,…I'll be using VirtualBox…with an open to VM image for Contiki OS 3.0.…That comes pre-installed with software called Cooja,…that allows me to show you an example…of a light control system.…It isn't required that you download the OS or the software.…You can simply watch to view the example,…but if you wish to follow along,…you can and there's exercise file provided.…
If you're not familiar with VirtualBox,…I recommend you take a look at the course,…"Linux Overview and Installation" from our library.…The Contiki OS, with the Cooja software,…can be downloaded from contiki-os.org.…First, I'll explain the use…of low power wireless networking technologies…in the typical lighting control system…in the Smart Home environments,…which can be applied to a broad spectrum…of similar IoT applications.…
This case study gives an example of how…to apply a low power wireless personal area networking…technology at low cost care.…The smart lights are important part…of this low power wireless networking…for this smart lighting control application.…
Ryan Hu begins by introducing wireless networking for IoT, and going over the basics of wireless communication and wireless networking. Next, he presents and compares the underlying wireless networking technologies in terms of system architectures, communication paradigms, performance, and use cases. Then, he explains how to integrate various networking technologies into an IoT system. To wrap up, Ryan discusses the use of low-power wireless networking in a typical lighting control system for both smart home and smart city environments.
- Low-power wireless networking use cases
- Advantages and disadvantages of wireless networking for IoT applications
- Wireless: Communication, networking, topologies, and architectures
- Determining the power consumption on a wireless network for IoT
- Identifying security risks
- Addressing risks in the key architectural elements
- Reviewing low-power IoT data communication paradigms