Join Zahraa Khalil for an in-depth discussion in this video IoT protocols for device management, part of IoT Foundations: Standards and Ecosystems.
- [Instructor] Device management protocol standards.…Overview of some of the protocol standards…that are used for IoT device managements,…an example of one protocol is given for each layer.…As mentioned previously, that due to the importance…of device management, security and privacy…are enforced in different layers to ensure…the security and the ability to uniquely identify objects…and control their access level.…An example of IoT device management protocol…for the physical layer is…OMA LightweightM2M.…
LwM2M.…This open industry standards provide methods…to remote perform management of wide range…of remote embedded devices, and connected appliances…in the internet of things ecosystem.…This standard is developed by the Open Mobile Alliance, OMA.…It is a device management protocol designed…for sensor networks and demand for…machine to machine environments.…
The lightweight machine to machine protocol…can be used for remote management…of machine to machine devices.…It is a communication protocol for use between…a client software on a machine to machine device,…
- 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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