INTEGRATION OF GEO-SENSOR FEEDS AND EVENT CONSUMER SERVICES FOR REAL-TIME REPRESENTATION OF IOT NODES
- 1Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Dept. of Informatics, Istanbul Turkey
- 2Environmental System Research Institute (ESRI), 380 New York Street, Redlands, California, USA
Keywords: IoT, Sensor, GeoEvent, Real-Time, GIS
Abstract. More and more devices are starting to be connected to the Internet every day. Internet-of-Things (IoT) is known as an architecture where online devices have the ability to communicate and interact with each other in real-time. On the other hand, with the development of IoT related technologies information about devices (i.e. Things) can be acquired in real-time by the humans. The implementation of IoT related technologies requires new approaches to be investigated for novel system architectures. These architectures need to have 3 main abilities. The first one is the ability is to store and query information coming from millions of devices in real-time. The second one is the ability to interact with large number of devices seamlessly regardless of their hardware and their software platforms. The final one is the ability to visualise and present information coming from millions of sensors in real time. The paper provides an architectural approach and implementation tests for storage, exposition and presentation of large amounts of real-time geo-information coming from multiple IoT nodes (and sensors).