|Experimental Implementation of a M2M System Controlled by a Wiki Network|
|Author(s)||Takashi Yamanoue, Kentaro Oda, Koichi Shimozono|
|Published in||Applied Computing and Information Technology, Studies in Computational Intelligence|
|Keyword(s)||M2M, Sensor network, Social network, Wiki, Java, API|
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Experimental Implementation of a M2M System Controlled by a Wiki Network is a 2014 book chapter written in English by Takashi Yamanoue, Kentaro Oda, Koichi Shimozono and published in Applied Computing and Information Technology, Studies in Computational Intelligence.
Experimental implementation of a M2M system, which is controlled by a wiki network, is discussed. This M2M system consists of mobile terminals at remote places and wiki servers on the Internet. A mobile terminal of the system consists of an Android terminal and it may have an Arduino board with sensors and actuators. The mobile terminal can read data from not only the sensors in the Arduino board but also wiki pages of the wiki servers. The mobile terminal can control the actuators of the Arduino board or can write sensor data to a wiki page. The mobile terminal performs such reading writing and controlling by reading and executing commands on a wiki page, and by reading and running a program on the wiki page, periodically. In order to run the program, the mobile terminal equipped with a data processor. After placing mobile terminals at remote places, the group of users of this system can control the M2M system by writing and updating such commands and programs of the wiki network without going to the places of the mobile terminals. This system realizes an open communication forum for not only people but also for machines .
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