Deferred Retrieval of IoT Information Using QLM Messaging Interface
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Internet of Things (IoT) is intended to provide a network where information flows could easily be retrieved and set up between any kinds of products, devices, users, etc. Quantum Lifecycle Management messaging interface (QLM-MI) has been designed accordingly, providing generic and standardized application-level interfaces. One cornerstone property of QLM-MI provides the opportunity to subscribe IoT information from any “Thing” so as to retrieve it in a deferred way. Subscriptions can be performed to receive a “continuous” data flow or can be based on “client-initiated” communications. All these features are described in this paper, and then a technical proof-of-concept is provided based on a scenario in the framework of smart home.
KeywordsInternet of things Quantum Lifecycle Management Intelligent product Smart house
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