SLGP Header

Metric wise Survey on IoT Schemes to Enhance Throughput

IJEECC Front Page

This paper addresses the online of Things. Main facultative issue of this promising paradigm is that the combination of the many technologies and communications solutions. Identification and pursuit technologies, wired and wireless device and mechanism networks, increased communication protocols (shared with sequent Generation Internet), and distributed intelligence for smart objects ar merely the foremost relevant. jointly will merely imagine, any serious contribution to the advance of the online of Things should basically be the results of synergistic activities conducted in various fields of knowledge, like telecommunications, IP, natural philosophy and subject. In such a elaborate situation, this survey is directed to those who need to approach this difficult discipline and contribute to its development. entirely completely different visions of this internet of Things paradigm are report-able and facultative technologies reviewed. What emerges is that additionally major issues shall be visages by the analysis community the foremost relevant among them are addressed in details.
Keywords: web of Thigs, RFID systems, Paradigm.


  1. D. Giusto, A. Iera, G. Morabito, L. Atzori (Eds.), The Internet of Things. Springer, 2010. ISBN: 978-1-4419-1673-0.
  2. INFSO D.4 Networked Enterprise & RFID INFSO G.2 Micro & Nanosystems, in: Co-operation with the Working Group RFID of the ETP EPOSS, Internet of Things in 2020, Roadmap for the Future, Version 1.1, 27 May 2008
  3. M. Presser, A. Gluhak, The Internet of Things: Connecting the Real World with the Digital World, EURESCOM -The Magazine for Telecom Insiders, vol. 2, 2009, message
  4. M. Botterman, for the European Commission Information Society and Media Directorate General, Networked Enterprise & RFID Unit – D4, Internet of Things: An Early Reality of the Future Internet, Report of the Internet of Things Workshop, Prague, Czech Republic, May 2009.
  5. A. Jules, RFID security and privacy: a research survey, IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications 24 (2) (2006) 381–394.
  6. Y.-W. Ma, C.-F. Lai, Y.-M. Huang, J.-L. Chen, Mobile RFID with IPv6 for phone services, in: Proceedings of IEEE ISCE 2009, Kyoto, Japan, May 2009
  8. I.F. Akyildiz, J. Xie, S. Mohanty, A survey on mobility management in next generation All-IP based wireless systems IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine 11 (4) (2004) 16
  9. J. Bukley, From RFID to the internet of things: final report, in: European Commission Conference ‘‘From RFID to the Internet of Things”, Brussels, Belgium, March 2006.
  10. L. Eschenauer, V.D. Gligor, A key-management scheme for distributed sensor networks, in: Proceedings of the Ninth ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security, Washington, DC, USA, November 2002.
  11. T. Karygiannis, B. Eydt, G. Barber, L. Bunn, T. Phillips, Guidelines for Securing Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Systems, NIST Special Publication 800-98, April 2007
  12. R. Kumar, E. Kohler, M. Srivastava, Harbor: software-based memory protection for sensor nodes, in: Proceedings of IPSN 2007, Cambridge, MA, USA, April 2007
  13. M. Feldhofer, S. Dominikus, J. Wolkerstorfer, Strong authentication for RFID systems using AES algorithm, in: Proceedings of Workshop on Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems, Cambridge, MA, USA, August 2004
  14. B. Calmels, S. Canard, M. Girault, H. Sibert, Low-cost cryptography for privacy in RFID systems, in: Proceedings of IFIP CARIDS 2006, Terragona, Spain, April 2006
  15. G.V. Lioudakis, E.A. Koutsoloukas, N. Dellas, S. Kapellaki, G.N. Prezerakos, D.I. Kaklamani, I.S. Venieris, A proxy for privacy: the discreet box, in: EUROCON 2007, Warsaw, Poland, September 2007