A novel approach to design Smart Home Architecture in Energy Efficient way based on IOT-A Survey

  • Rugveda Deshpande

Abstract

Internet of things represents a new milestone in computing in which devices are connected to the Internet and use internet to communicate with each other. The connection between “Things” of internet needs huge amount of data transfer and analysis for successful results and justify their role by reducing human effort. The amount of information used in IOT plays an important role in the quality of system. Huge amount of information leads to better results but requires a lot of energy and less amount of information does not allow system to be up to the mark .There has to be a tradeoff between the amount of information and energy consumption along with no compromise in area covered. In this paper, we survey solutions for the very well known and understood problem of energy management in Internet of Things. First we provide briefing about the various techniques used for componential energy efficiency. Then we propose our architecture for energy efficiency encapsulating the whole system. Then we dive deeper into the architecture covering important features of the same.

Keywords: Internet of Things (IOT), Energy Efficiency, Energy efficient index (EGF) tree, ECH, OGM, cloud computing sleep interval, sensors, Layers.

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Deshpande, R. (2018). A novel approach to design Smart Home Architecture in Energy Efficient way based on IOT-A Survey. Asian Journal For Convergence In Technology (Founded by ISB &M School of Technology )), 4(I). https://doi.org/10.33130/asian journals.v4iI.404
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