A Concurrence Study on Interoperability Issues in IoT and Decision Making Based Model on Data and Services being used during Inter-Operability

  • Muhammad Raza Naqvi Department of Computer Science, The Superior College, Lahore, Pakistan
  • Muhammad Waseem Iqbal Department of Software Engineering, The Superior College, Lahore, Pakistan
  • Syed Khuram Shahzad Department of Informatics & Systems, University of Management and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan.
  • Iqra Tariq Department of Computer Science, The University of Lahore Gujrat Campus,Gujrat, Pakistan.
  • Marium Malik Department of Software Engineering, The Superior College, Lahore, Pakistan
  • Faseeha Ehsan Department of Computer Science, The Superior College, Lahore, Pakistan.
  • Natash Ali Mian School of Computer and Information Technology, Beaconhouse National University,Lahore, Pakistan
  • Nadia Tabassum Department of Computer Science,Virtual University, Pakistan.
Keywords: Internet of things IoT, IoT Interoperability, Semantic Interoperability.

Abstract

The Internet-of-Things (IoT) has become an important topic among researchers owing to its potential to change the way we live and use smart devices. In recent years, many research work found in the world are interrelated and convey via the existing web structure which makes a worldwide system called IoT. This study focused on the significant improvement of answers for a wider scope of gadgets and the Internet of Things IoT stages in recent years. In any case, each arrangement gives its very own IoT framework, gadgets, APIs, and information configurations promoting interoperability issues. These issues are the outcome of numerous basic issues, difficulty to create IoT application uncovering cross-stage, and additionally cross-space, trouble in connecting non-interoperable IoT gadgets to various IoT stages, what's more, eventually averts the development of IoT innovation at an enormous scale. To authorize consistent data sharing between various IoT vendors, endeavors by a few academia, industrial, and institutional groups have accelerated to support IoT interoperability. This paper plays out a far-reaching study on the cutting-edge answers for encouraging interoperability between various IoT stages. Likewise, the key difficulties in this theme are introduced.

Published
2020-12-28
How to Cite
Muhammad Raza Naqvi, Muhammad Waseem Iqbal, Syed Khuram Shahzad, Iqra Tariq, Marium Malik, Faseeha Ehsan, Natash Ali Mian, & Nadia Tabassum. (2020). A Concurrence Study on Interoperability Issues in IoT and Decision Making Based Model on Data and Services being used during Inter-Operability. Lahore Garrison University Research Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology, 4(4), 73-85. https://doi.org/10.54692/lgurjcsit.2020.0404116
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