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Design and Implementation of ISO/IEEE 11073 DIM Transmission Structure Based on oneM2M for IoT Healthcare Service
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Design and Implementation of ISO/IEEE 11073 DIM Transmission Structure Based on oneM2M for IoT Healthcare Service
Kim, Hyun Su; Chun, Seung Man; Chung, Yun Seok; Park, Jong Tae;
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 Abstract
In the environment of Internet of Things (IoT), IoT devices are limited by physical components such as power supply and memory, and also limited to their network performance in bandwidth, wireless channel, throughput, payload, etc. Despite these limitations, resources of IoT devices are shared with other IoT devices. Especially, remote management of the information of devices and patients are very important for the IoT healthcare service, moreover, providing the interoperability between the healthcare device and healthcare platform is essential. To meet these requirements, format of the message and the expressions for the data information and data transmission need to comply with suitable international standards for the IoT environment. However, the ISO/IEEE 11073 PHD (Personal Healthcare Device) standards, the existing international standards for the transmission of health informatics, does not consider the IoT environment, and therefore it is difficult to be applied for the IoT healthcare service. For this matter, we have designed and implemented the IoT healthcare system by applying the oneM2M, standards for the Internet of Things, and ISO/IEEE 11073 DIM (Domain Information Model), standards for the transmission of health informatics. For the implementation, the OM2M platform, which is based on the oneM2M standards, has been used. To evaluate the efficiency of transfer syntaxes between the healthcare device and OM2M platform, we have implemented comparative performance evaluation between HTTP and CoAP, and also between XML and JSON by comparing the packet size and number of packets in one transaction.
 Keywords
International healthcare standard;IoT healthcare;IEEE 11073 PHD;CoAP;
 Language
Korean
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전자공학회논문지, 2016. vol.53. 12, pp.76-81 crossref(new window)
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