Join Zahraa Khalil for an in-depth discussion in this video IoT architecture models, part of IoT Foundations: Standards and Ecosystems.
- [Instructor] So, let's talk about…internet of things architecture.…The architecture for Iot system is based on OSI Model.…OSI stands for Open Systems Interconnection.…OSI is a reference model…for how applications can communicate over a network.…The OSI Model was introduced…by International Organization of Standardization,…ISO, in 1984.…
OSI is a conceptual model of how various components…communicate in database networks.…It is a seven-layered model…and each layer provide some well-defined services…to the adjacent layer further up or down the stack.…The seven layers are physical, data link,…network, transport, session, presentation, and application.…Usually, the IoT architecture is divided into subsystems.…
This can provide an easy way to maintain the whole system…and ensure easy troubleshooting of the components.…The generic model has three layers,…physical, communication, and application.…The first layer is the physical layer…that consists of the hardware objects…to sense the status of things.…Examples are sensors, actuators, and human operators.…
- IoT architecture models and components
- IoT ecosystem
- IoT technology, markets, and standards
- IoT technology
- Security, privacy, and legal issues
- IoT device management
- IoT protocols for device management
- IoT device management challenges and applications
- Smart cities
Skill Level Intermediate
1. IoT Overview
2. The IoT Ecosystem
3. IoT Challenges
4. IoT Standards
5. IoT Device Management
6. IoT in Action: Smart Cities
Smart cities1m 11s
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