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Design and Implementation of IoT Chatting Service Based on Indoor Location
Lee, Sunghee; Jeong, Seol Young; Kang, Soon Ju; Lee, Woo Jin;
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 Abstract
Recently, embedded system which demand is explosively increasing in the fields of communication, traffic, medical and industry facilities, expands to cyber physical system (CPS) which monitors and controls the networked embedded systems. In addition, internet of things(IoT) technology using wearable devices such as Google Glass, Samsung Galaxy Gear and Sony Smart Watch are gaining attention. In this situation, Samsung Smart Home and LG Home Chat are released one after another. However, since these services can be available only between smart phones and home appliances, there is a disadvantage that information cannot be passed to other terminals without commercial global messaging server. In this paper, to solve above issues, we propose the structure of an indoor location network based on unit space, which prevents the information of the devices or each individual person from leaking to outside and can selectively communicate to all existent terminals in the network using IoT chatting. Also, it is possible to control general devices and prevent external leakage of private information.
 Keywords
IoT chatting;Smart home;Cyber physical system;Self-organizing software platform;Indoor localizing network;
 Language
Korean
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