Demonstration of a Loosely Coupled M2M System Using Arduino, Android and Wiki Software
|Demonstration of a Loosely Coupled M2M System Using Arduino, Android and Wiki Software|
|Author(s)||Takashi Yamanoue, Kentaro Oda, Koichi Shimozono|
|Published in||The 38th IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (LCN)|
|Keyword(s)||Sensor network, Social network, Wiki, Java, API, Message oriented middleware (Extra: Arduino, Android)|
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Demonstration of a Loosely Coupled M2M System Using Arduino, Android and Wiki Software is a 2013 conference paper written in English by Takashi Yamanoue, Kentaro Oda, Koichi Shimozono and published in The 38th IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (LCN).
A Machine-to-Machine (M2M) system, in which terminals are loosely coupled with Wiki software, is proposed. This system acquires sensor data from remote terminals, processes the data by remote terminals and controls actuators at remote terminals according to the processed data. The data is passed between terminals using wiki pages. Each terminal consists of an Android terminal and an Arduino board. The mobile terminal can be controlled by a series of commands which is written on a wiki page. The mobile terminal has a data processor and the series of commands may have a program which controls the processor. The mobile terminal can read data from not only the sensors of the terminal but also wiki pages on the Internet. The input data may be processed by the data processor of the terminal. The processed data may be sent to a wiki page. The mobile terminal can control the actuators of the terminal by reading commands on the wiki page or by running the program on the wiki page. This system realizes an open communication forum for not only people but also for machines.
This publication has 8 references. Only those references related to wikis are included here:
- "arduino" (create it!)
- "android" (create it!)
- "PukiWiki" (create it!)
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