Architecture Design of Modern Marine IoT Cloud Server Software
Internet of things in the field of marine fisheries develops very fast. The current fishery servers have the problems of insufficient concurrency capability, low stability, small scalability, and difficulties in maintaining, which cannot meet the requirements of stable data transmission in high concurrency mode. Since most fishing equipment is embedded and has limited computing resources, remote monitoring and control systems for fisheries require that communication modules can be easily integrated into the equipment and occupy a small amount of equipment computing resources. This article introduces the MQTT protocol subscription/publishing features, and designs the cloud server software architecture.
KeywordsInternet of things Marine fisheries Remote monitoring of fisheries MQTT agreement
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