An experimental study of a reliable IoT gateway

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The Internet of Things (IoT) will include new devices specifically designed for IoT compatibility and systems that are already in place today and operate outside of IoT networks. However, the path to creating cloud networks of interconnected devices requires a means for devices that are not IP-based to connect without having to bear the cost of a full Ethernet or WiFi interface with the accompanying protocol stack. This can be achieved through the use of IoT gateways that bridge these devices to the Internet in the context of real-world applications. In this paper, we introduce an experimental study of a reliable and self-configurable IoT gateway that is developed in a laboratory testbed by using the IoTivity framework.




Kang, B., & Choo, H. (2018). An experimental study of a reliable IoT gateway. ICT Express, 4(3), 130–133.

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