Solving Interoperability Issues between Local IoT Clouds based on Service Oriented Architecture

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Supervisor:
Dr. Varga Pál
Department of Telecommunications and Media Informatics

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a computing concept that describes a future where every day physical objects will be connected to the Internet and are able to efficiently communicate with other devices.

The Arrowhead Project is the vision of a consortium with the support of the European Union. It aims nothing less than to create a full-scoped framework enabling collaborative automation by networked embedded devices. It targets use cases from five business domains: production (process and manufacturing), smart buildings and infrastructures, electro mobility, energy production and virtual markets of energy.

In my thesis, I will show the main concept of the Arrowhead, which is based on Service-Oriented Architecture. I will introduce a new system, which can help us to create a secure connection between local IoT clouds.

In the second part of my thesis, I will demonstrate how I implement this new system in Java programming language.

Furthermore, I will show a few verification cases, which can prove the correct function of our idea.

At the end, I will list some possible enhancements to the Arrowhead framework, and within that, our new system.

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