Construction of computing balancing model in the Internet of Things devices system
This article is dedicated to our work in field of research and development of a math model for load balancing in the Internet of things (IoT). Here, we perform analysis and classification of tasks in the IoT devices system. We split subprograms in following systems on balancing and non-balancing. Next, we classify balancing subprograms by different parameters. Then, based on those classifications, we construct model for load balancing in IoT. With that model, in future we can perform modeling IoT devices systems and found pros and contras of each balancing algorithm
The primary purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of existing education solutions for IoT and develop proposals for their improvement. The study draws analysis of current conditions of the educational IoT sphere, a comparative analysis of educational products used for teaching of undergraduate students. With that the article describes the architecture of our own software and hardware platform for learning IOT. Moreover, this paper reviews methods and technical instruments employed to design software and hardware appliances.
The article presents an analysis of the possibilities and limitations of the use of information and communication technologies, in particular the Internet of things as an effective tool for artistic and sociocultural practices in the context of transformations of cultural industries. It is revealed that such radical transformations lead to a change in the formats of cultural objects, their content and form. The prospects of technological development are analyzed and the framework of interdisciplinary research is set.
Considering two main trends in the field of culture - the fusion of art with science and the high demand for viewers’ participation in art-projects, we emphasize the role of technology in the development of media and focus on the prospects that can provide the Internet of things. In addition, analyzing the perspectives of contemporary technological tools as creative tools, we argue that the Internet of things and derivative technologies can have a strong influence on design, education and culture: today the society faces exponential innovative growth in all areas, but the most promising among them are those which provide the user with an active position, ability to provide feedback and an option to become co-author of the responsive, recipient-oriented projects that engage complex technical excellence in order to meet the expectations of a contemporary adaptive user, viewer or student.
The heterogeneity of interconnected devices and communication technologies in the Internet of Things (IoT) domain courses the problem of impossibility to synchronize several different objects in one scheme of the smart space effectively and automatically. Such diversity of technologies results in the need to have special skills in order to reach once created behavior for the smart space. In addition, there are many platforms, which allows to interconnect different devices, but only if they fulfill their protocols. All these lead to the idea, that a new, unified approach to the smart devices representation is needed, which allows to represent objects in a compact form by a platform-independent way. In this article we propose an object-oriented model for representation of the smart devices and demonstrate its efficiency by the simple case of smart space scenes adaptation.
The patented device represents the smartwatches realized according to the concept "The Internet of things". Hours are capable to collect and process meteodata from the built-in sensors and also to notify the user on dynamics of their changes online, by means of a mobile application. In the device the unique design of the converter of tension is applied to power supply of gas-discharge indicators and the module of a wireless communication Wi-Fi allowing the device to combine in itself functions the Internet of things, hours and the weather station.
Hours are executed in vintage style thanks to six gas-discharge IN-14 indicators. In addition, design of hours was carried out at observance of standards in the field of IPI-technologies.