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Smart Mirror-Network Architecture Based on Iot and Cloud Computing Technology

Salu George Thandekkattu and Narasimha Vajjhala ()
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Salu George Thandekkattu: American University Of Nigeria, Nigeria

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Abstract: Internet of things is a beautiful concept which is going to make our life most comfortable. The concept behind this technology is connecting anyone or anything at anytime in anyplace and extension to it is any service and any network. The enabling technologies are RFID sensors, smart technology and Nano technology. Smart mirror has extreme functionalities and is embedded with various electronic features. The technology behind is Sensor display, GPS navigation, Bluetooth connectivity and cameras. In this paper we survey on network architecture and propose the research direction for smart mirror. It relies on RFID, WSN, and smart mobile, interoperating with each other through a CoAP/6LoWPAN/REST network based on cloud platform.

Keywords: internet of things; RFID; WSN; smart mobile; smart mirrors; CoAP; REST; cloud computing (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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