Contemporary analysis and architecture for a generic cloud-based sensor data management platform.
|Authors||Emeakaroha, Vincent C., Fatema, Kaniz, Healy, Philip and Morrison, John P.|
An increasing volume of data is being generated by sensors and smart devices deployed in different areas, often far from computing facilities such as data centres. These data can be difficult to gather and process using local computing infrastructure. This is due to cost and limited resources. Cloud computing provides scalable resources that are capable of addressing such problems. However, platform-independent methods of gathering and transmitting sensor data to Clouds are not widely available. This paper presents a state-of-the-art analysis of Cloud-based sensor monitoring and data gathering platforms. It discusses their strengths and weaknesses and reviews the current trends in this area. Informed by the analysis, the paper further proposes a generic conceptual architecture for achieving a platform-neutral Cloud-based sensor monitoring and data gathering platform. We also discuss the objectives, design decisions and the implementation considerations for the conceptual architecture.
|Keywords||Sensor monitoring platforms; Sensor data gathering; Cloud computing; Generic sensor cloud platform; Interoperable communication|
|Journal||Sensors & Transducers|
|Publisher||International Frequency Sensor Association (IFSA) Publishing|
|Web address (URL)||http://hdl.handle.net/10545/622888|
|Publication dates||15 Jan 2015|
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|Deposited||10 Aug 2018, 14:08|
|Contributors||University College Cork and Irish Centre for Cloud Computing and Commerce|
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