Research and Markets: The Internet of Things: Key Applications and Protocols, 2nd Edition Will Be Of Use to Senior Academic Researchers, Students and Policy Makers and Regulators
Dublin - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/3h66vf/the_internet_of_th) has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new book "The Internet of Things: Key Applications and Protocols, 2nd Edition" to their offering.
An all-in-one reference to the major Home Area Networking, Building Automation and AMI protocols, including 802.15.4 over radio or PLC, 6LowPAN/RPL, ZigBee 1.0 and Smart Energy 2.0, Zwave, LON, BACNet, KNX, ModBus, mBus, C.12 and DLMS/COSEM, and the new ETSI M2M system level standard. In-depth coverage of Smart-grid and EV charging use cases.
This book describes the Home Area Networking, Building Automation and AMI protocols and their evolution towards open protocols based on IP such as 6LowPAN and ETSI M2M. The authors discuss the approach taken by service providers to interconnect the protocols and solve the challenge of massive scalability of machine-to-machine communication for mission-critical applications, based on the next generation machine-to-machine ETSI M2M architecture.
- Offers a comprehensive overview of major existing M2M and AMI protocols
- Covers the system aspects of large scale M2M and smart grid applications
- Focuses on system level architecture, interworking, and nationwide use cases
- Explores recent emerging technologies: 6LowPAN, ZigBee SE 2.0 and ETSI M2M, and for existing technologies covers recent developments related to interworking
- Relates ZigBee to the issue of smartgrid, in the more general context of carrier grade M2M applications
- Illustrates the benefits of the smartgrid concept based on real examples, including business cases
This book will be a valuable guide for project managers working on smartgrid, M2M, telecommunications and utility projects, system engineers and developers, networking companies, and home automation companies. It will also be of use to senior academic researchers, students, and policy makers and regulators.
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Source: John Wiley and Sons Ltd