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Internet of things application service system with open source hardware
Seong, Chang-Gyu; Rhyu, Keel-Soo;
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 Abstract
In recent times, Internet of Things (IoT) has attracted wide attention, and there are increasing requests for IoT application services. Open-Source Hardware (OSH) utilizes a variety of components that are created through the sharing of hardware design so that others developers can also work on it. The concept of "open source" that attracted attention in the software industry has been applied to the hardware field by the emergence of IoT market. The emergence of OSH that has the advantage of low hardware cost and faster development encourages the idea of a diverse IoT application services. In this paper, we describe an IoT application service system that is developed using the OSH platform Arduino and Raspberry Pi to process collection, exchange, and computation of the environmental information. The overall system architecture and hardware and software components are presented.
 Keywords
Internet of Things;Open source hardware;Arduino;Raspberry Pi;
 Language
Korean
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