Internet of Things: Architecture, Challenges and trends

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Wireless sensor network (WSN) technologies have enabled ubiquitous sensing to intersect many areas of modern day living. The creation of these devices offers the ability to get, gather, exchange, and consume environmental measurement from the physical world in a communicating-actuating network, called the Internet of Things (IoT).

As the number of physical world objects from heterogeneous network environments grows, the data produced by these objects raise uncontrollably, bringing a several serious challenges in managing IoT networks. Internet of Things (IoT) faces several challenging issues, especially related to scalability, QoS, heterogeneity, interoperability, privacy, security, and reliability.

The talk will provide an overview of internet of things network and will discuss its architectural design. Then, the talk will focus on the scalability issues in IoT. Scalability in the IoT networks is to satisfy a large number of requests from consumers —users, services, and applications— in a dense environment, all by maintaining the system production at acceptable level of quality of service (QoS).

In this talk, we will explain how to promote the scalability management, using hybrid mechanism that will combine traffic-oriented mechanism and resources-oriented mechanism, with automatic adaption actions using the integration of clouds with IoT.

 

 



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  • Date: 27 Jan 2023
  • Time: 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
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Abdellah ZYANE, Ph.D. University Professor, High School of Applied Sciences of Safi CADI AYYAD University Safi, MOROCC

Wireless sensor network (WSN) technologies have enabled ubiquitous sensing to intersect many areas of modern day living. The creation of these devices offers the ability to get, gather, exchange, and consume environmental measurement from the physical world in a communicating-actuating network, called the Internet of Things (IoT).

As the number of physical world objects from heterogeneous network environments grows, the data produced by these objects raise uncontrollably, bringing a several serious challenges in managing IoT networks. Internet of Things (IoT) faces several challenging issues, especially related to scalability, QoS, heterogeneity, interoperability, privacy, security, and reliability.

The talk will provide an overview of internet of things network and will discuss its architectural design. Then, the talk will focus on the scalability issues in IoT. Scalability in the IoT networks is to satisfy a large number of requests from consumers —users, services, and applications— in a dense environment, all by maintaining the system production at acceptable level of quality of service (QoS).

In this talk, we will explain how to promote the scalability management, using hybrid mechanism that will combine traffic-oriented mechanism and resources-oriented mechanism, with automatic adaption actions using the integration of clouds with IoT.

Biography:

Dr. Abdellah Zyane obtained his B. degree in electronic engineering in 1994 from École Normale Supérieure “ENSET” de Mohammedia, the D.E.S.A degree in instrumentation in 1999 from Chouaib Doukkali University, his Ph.D. degree in applied sciences from Mohammadia School of Engineers “EMI” in Rabat in collaboration with the Polytechnic School of Montreal and his “Habilitation à Diriger la Recherche - HU » from Faculty of Sciences and Technology of Marrakech in computer, network and telecommunication engineering.

In 1994, Dr. Abdellah Zyane joined CADI AYYAD university. He is currently a university Professor of computer, network and telecommunication Engineering at National School of Applied Sciences of Safi. He was a founder and director of the S.A.R.S (Random Signals, Networks and Systems) research team. He was the founder and responsible of the Telecommunications and Networks Engineering at ENSA SAFI.

His research interests include wireline and wireless networks, wide all-optical networks, essentially the design of global telecommunication networks, routing, traffic engineering, Internet of Things IoT, Cloud Computing, QoS performance evaluation and Network Scalability. He is a member of scientific committee for several international reputed journals, conferences and other scientific organizations around the word.

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