Network System Based on M2M for Efficient Visual Information Service

  • Min-Ho Jeon
  • Chang-Heon Oh
Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 235)


Current visual information is, as an information delivery mediator of information society, playing a very important role and its applied fields are growing exponentially. However, existing network system collecting and providing visual information requires human to act in awareness and transmission of data and causes data delay. In this paper, proposes network system replacing part processed by human awareness through combining M2M technology on the network system that collects visual information in order to solve the problem. The proposed system compares information from mobile devices captured on visual device and data for visual information requested by each server and sets the route visual information is transferred. As a result of test in environment to fit M2M major component with development of M2M devices using AVR, we could learn that only visual information matching content saved on M2M application server database built using transferred data from several servers among visual data collected continuously is transmitted to the server requesting information.


M2M Network system Video service Context-aware Path set algorithm 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Electrical, Electronics and Communication EngineeringKorea University of Technology and EducationChonan-SiKorea

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