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The Technical Foundations of IoT, by Kirsten Matheus, Thomas Konigseder

Label
The Technical Foundations of IoT
Title
The Technical Foundations of IoT
Statement of responsibility
by Kirsten Matheus, Thomas Konigseder
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Contributor
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Especially catered to those who are interested in researching, developing, and building IoT, this comprehensive resource presents a technical introduction to the components, architectures, software, and protocols of IoT. --
Assigning source
Edited summary from book
Cataloging source
K6U
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Adryan, Boris
Dewey number
004.67/8
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
QA76.5915
LC item number
.A37 2017eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Konigseder, Thomas
Series statement
ITpro collection
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  • Internet of things
  • Embedded Internet devices
  • Ubiquitous computing
Label
The Technical Foundations of IoT, by Kirsten Matheus, Thomas Konigseder
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
mixed
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The Technical Foundations of IoT; Contents; Foreword by Andy Stanford-Clark; Foreword by Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino; Introduction by Stefan Grasmann; Preface by Boris Adryan; Acknowledgments; Part I Physical Principles and Information; Chapter 1 Electricity and Electromagnetism; 1.1 MATTER, ELEMENTS AND ATOMS; 1.1.1 Electron Configuration and Atomic Orbitals; 1.1.2 Conductors and Semiconductors; 1.1.3 Electric Charge, Current and Voltage; 1.2 ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC FIELD; 1.2.1 Magnets and Magnetism; 1.2.2 Interactions of Electric and Magnetic Fields; 1.2.3 Electromagnetic Spectrum
  • Chapter 2 Electronics2.1 COMPONENTS; 2.1.1 Passive Components; 2.1.2 Active Components; 2.2 ANALOGUE AND DIGITAL CIRCUITS; 2.2.1 Logic gates; 2.2.2 Memory; 2.2.3 Binary Calculations; 2.2.4 Logic Chips; 2.3 PROGRAMMABLE COMPUTERS; 2.3.1 Field-Programmable Gate Arrays; 2.3.2 Microcontrollers; 2.3.3 Multipurpose Computers; Chapter 3 Information Theory and Computing; 3.1 INFORMATION CONTENT; 3.2 A/D AND D/A CONVERSION; 3.3 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING; 3.4 COMPUTABILITY; Part II Historical Perspective of the Internet of Things; Chapter 4 50 Years of Networking; 4.1 THE EARLY INTERNET
  • 4.2 WORLD WIDE WEB AND WEB 2.04.2.1 WorldWideWeb; 4.2.2 Web 2.0; 4.3 CONNECTING THINGS; 4.3.1 Industrial Control Systems; 4.3.2 The Internet of Things; Part III Applications of M2M and IoT; Chapter 5 The Difference Between M2M and IoT; Chapter 6 Common Themes Around IoT Ecosystems; 6.1 INDUSTRY; 6.1.1 Smart Energy; 6.1.2 Smart Manufacturing; 6.1.3 Smart Retail; 6.1.4 Agriculture; 6.2 CITIES AND MUNICIPALITIES; 6.2.1 Energy, Gas and Water; 6.2.2 Environment; 6.2.3 Traffic; 6.2.4 Security and Safety; 6.2.5 Summary; 6.3 CONNECTED VEHICLE; 6.3.1 Smart Buildings and Assisted Living
  • 6.3.2 Smart Buildings6.3.3 Assisted Living; Chapter 7 Drivers and Limitations; 7.1 DRIVERS FOR ADOPTION; 7.2 LIMITATIONS; Part IV Architectures of M2M and IoT Solutions; Chapter 8 Components of M2M and IoT Solutio; 8.1 OVERVIEW; 8.2 SENSORS AND ACTUATORS; 8.3 GATEWAYS AND HUB DEVICES; 8.4 CLOUD AND DATA PLATFORMS; Chapter 9 Architectural Considerations; 9.1 NETWORK TOPOLOGIES; 9.2 SPATIAL DIMENSIONS OF NETWORKING; Chapter 10 Common IoT Architectures; 10.1 MESH NETWORKS; 10.2 LOCAL GATEWAY; 10.3 DIRECT CONNECTION; Chapter 11 Human Interface; 11.1 USER EXPERIENCE AND INTERFACES
  • 11.2 MOBILE PHONES AND END DEVICESPart V Hardware; Chapter 12 Hardware Development; Chapter 13 Power; 13.1 CONSTRAINTS OF FIELD-DEPLOYED DEVICES; 13.2 POWER ADAPTERS; 13.2.1 Conventional AC/DC Adapters; 13.2.2 USB; 13.2.3 PoE; 13.3 BATTERIES; 13.3.1 Battery Chemistry; 13.3.2 Rechargeable Batteries; 13.3.3 Battery Types and Real-Life Properties; 13.4 RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES; 13.4.1 Solar Panels; 13.4.2 Energy Harvesting; Chapter 14 Actuators; 14.1 FROM BUZZERS TO SPEAKERS (SOUND); 14.2 FROM INDICATOR LIGHTS TO DISPLAYS (LIGHT); 14.3 FROM VIBRATION TO ROTATION TO SWITCHING (MOTION)
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (480 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781630814663
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1033543116
  • (OCoLC)1033543116
Label
The Technical Foundations of IoT, by Kirsten Matheus, Thomas Konigseder
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
mixed
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The Technical Foundations of IoT; Contents; Foreword by Andy Stanford-Clark; Foreword by Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino; Introduction by Stefan Grasmann; Preface by Boris Adryan; Acknowledgments; Part I Physical Principles and Information; Chapter 1 Electricity and Electromagnetism; 1.1 MATTER, ELEMENTS AND ATOMS; 1.1.1 Electron Configuration and Atomic Orbitals; 1.1.2 Conductors and Semiconductors; 1.1.3 Electric Charge, Current and Voltage; 1.2 ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC FIELD; 1.2.1 Magnets and Magnetism; 1.2.2 Interactions of Electric and Magnetic Fields; 1.2.3 Electromagnetic Spectrum
  • Chapter 2 Electronics2.1 COMPONENTS; 2.1.1 Passive Components; 2.1.2 Active Components; 2.2 ANALOGUE AND DIGITAL CIRCUITS; 2.2.1 Logic gates; 2.2.2 Memory; 2.2.3 Binary Calculations; 2.2.4 Logic Chips; 2.3 PROGRAMMABLE COMPUTERS; 2.3.1 Field-Programmable Gate Arrays; 2.3.2 Microcontrollers; 2.3.3 Multipurpose Computers; Chapter 3 Information Theory and Computing; 3.1 INFORMATION CONTENT; 3.2 A/D AND D/A CONVERSION; 3.3 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING; 3.4 COMPUTABILITY; Part II Historical Perspective of the Internet of Things; Chapter 4 50 Years of Networking; 4.1 THE EARLY INTERNET
  • 4.2 WORLD WIDE WEB AND WEB 2.04.2.1 WorldWideWeb; 4.2.2 Web 2.0; 4.3 CONNECTING THINGS; 4.3.1 Industrial Control Systems; 4.3.2 The Internet of Things; Part III Applications of M2M and IoT; Chapter 5 The Difference Between M2M and IoT; Chapter 6 Common Themes Around IoT Ecosystems; 6.1 INDUSTRY; 6.1.1 Smart Energy; 6.1.2 Smart Manufacturing; 6.1.3 Smart Retail; 6.1.4 Agriculture; 6.2 CITIES AND MUNICIPALITIES; 6.2.1 Energy, Gas and Water; 6.2.2 Environment; 6.2.3 Traffic; 6.2.4 Security and Safety; 6.2.5 Summary; 6.3 CONNECTED VEHICLE; 6.3.1 Smart Buildings and Assisted Living
  • 6.3.2 Smart Buildings6.3.3 Assisted Living; Chapter 7 Drivers and Limitations; 7.1 DRIVERS FOR ADOPTION; 7.2 LIMITATIONS; Part IV Architectures of M2M and IoT Solutions; Chapter 8 Components of M2M and IoT Solutio; 8.1 OVERVIEW; 8.2 SENSORS AND ACTUATORS; 8.3 GATEWAYS AND HUB DEVICES; 8.4 CLOUD AND DATA PLATFORMS; Chapter 9 Architectural Considerations; 9.1 NETWORK TOPOLOGIES; 9.2 SPATIAL DIMENSIONS OF NETWORKING; Chapter 10 Common IoT Architectures; 10.1 MESH NETWORKS; 10.2 LOCAL GATEWAY; 10.3 DIRECT CONNECTION; Chapter 11 Human Interface; 11.1 USER EXPERIENCE AND INTERFACES
  • 11.2 MOBILE PHONES AND END DEVICESPart V Hardware; Chapter 12 Hardware Development; Chapter 13 Power; 13.1 CONSTRAINTS OF FIELD-DEPLOYED DEVICES; 13.2 POWER ADAPTERS; 13.2.1 Conventional AC/DC Adapters; 13.2.2 USB; 13.2.3 PoE; 13.3 BATTERIES; 13.3.1 Battery Chemistry; 13.3.2 Rechargeable Batteries; 13.3.3 Battery Types and Real-Life Properties; 13.4 RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES; 13.4.1 Solar Panels; 13.4.2 Energy Harvesting; Chapter 14 Actuators; 14.1 FROM BUZZERS TO SPEAKERS (SOUND); 14.2 FROM INDICATOR LIGHTS TO DISPLAYS (LIGHT); 14.3 FROM VIBRATION TO ROTATION TO SWITCHING (MOTION)
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (480 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781630814663
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1033543116
  • (OCoLC)1033543116

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