Design of Software Quality Evaluation Model for IoT

IoT 기반 SW 품질평가 모델

  • Received : 2016.05.26
  • Accepted : 2016.06.21
  • Published : 2016.07.31


As Internet, and hardware technology are in rapid process, using rate and penetration rate of Internet of Things are increasing. Internet of Things is the physical objects with network which embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network. Smart Home-kit to operate refrigerators, washing machines, light bulbs, and such internet of things by a smartphone has been realized. However, it is difficult to use a good quality of software based on IoT. It is because that the study related to quality evaluation of software based on IoT is deficient compared with increase amount of IoT devices. Software based on IoT includes mobility, transportability, real time accessibility and hardware characteristics. Therefore, it is necessary to have differentiated quality standards and quality model. Software quality evaluation model for IoT is proposed to satisfy these needs. Evaluation model is mapped by characteristics of IoT software based on ISO/IEC 25000's quality characteristics. Scenario based studies were applied to quality model for verification.


Internet of Things;IoT;ISO/IEC 25000;Quality Evaluation;Case study


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