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IoT Platform Implementation and Service Operating Method for Private Networks
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 Title & Authors
IoT Platform Implementation and Service Operating Method for Private Networks
Lee, Kyoung Hun; Kim, DooYoung; Song, Seheon; Lee, Sangil; Park, JaeHyun;
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 Abstract
Today various IoT platforms exist, but most of them only consider IPv6, without other types of network including private network. They support, therefore, the private network to use virtual private network or through the hardware gateway. To solve this limitation, we propose a IoT platform that provides IoT Services on private networks. Also we verify this platform though constructing a testbed.
 Keywords
Internet of Things;Proxy;IoT Platform;Smart Building;Private Network;
 Language
Korean
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