Internet of Things and Crowd Sourcing – a...
Internet of Things and Crowd Sourcing – a Paradigm Change for the Research on the Internet of Things
Initial insight from IoT Lab European Research project
Sébastien Ziegler, José Rolim, Sotiris Nikoletsea, Joao Fernandes, Srdjan Krco
This article presents an initial set of results from the IoT Lab European research project on crowd sourcing and Internet of Things (IoT). It gives an overview of the IoT Lab architecture for IoT and crowd sourcing integration, including the use of IPv6 as a global integration enabler. It continues by presenting the IoT Lab specific research model enabling multidisciplinary research and “crowd-driven research” exploiting the potential of the Internet of Things based together with richer end-user interactions.
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|Data last updated||November 16, 2016|
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|Created||November 16, 2016|
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