IoTA: Internet of Things Application

Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 381)


The world is changing, so is our lifestyle which is getting dependent on the numerous electronic devices. The very idea of what would happen if these entities start communicating with each other is enthralling and amazing. In this paper we explore the world of IoT (Internet of Things) which is quite new and unexplored. Today, many vendors are logging into this field and are designing new and innovative hardware and software applications; so in the near future communication is bound to happen not only between electronic devices which are in LoS (Line of Sight) but also between those devices that are located remotely and would communicate with each other in a distributed computing domain using RPC (Remote Procedure calls) in a client-server architecture environment. To our idea and knowledge this is the first major foray into this domain and to make it happen we have undertaken a case study of HMIS (Health care Management Information System) and analyzed its results.


Mobile Phone Remote Control Smart Object Embed Sensor Remote Procedure Call 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.USICTGGSIP UniversityDwarkaIndia

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