Internet of Things – IOT Interoperability and Challenges


Muhammad Jawad Hamid Mughal,Mohammad Faisal,Mehr E Munir,



Internet of Things,Interoperability,Cross domain,Framework,RFID,


Internet of things is a concept that associate world with tech-systems to communicate in a manner that is easy and automated. Over past decade the idea became true focus for researchers and industrial domains. IOT is a technology of future that is rapidly growing every day with perceptions, providing humans control and update of things. The awareness of devices interaction and communication is coming from years but still struggling to be accepted by industries and organization due to lack of standardization. This study addresses IOT platforms limitations and interoperability challenges through reviewing scholarly papers. Also internet of things history and cloud computing role in IOT are briefly described.


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