Exploring the use of DNS as a search engine for the Web of Things
ΕκδότηςIEEE Computer Society
Source2014 IEEE World Forum on Internet of Things, WF-IoT 2014
2014 IEEE World Forum on Internet of Things, WF-IoT 2014
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Sensor technology is becoming pervasive in our everyday lives, measuring the real world around us. The Internet of Things enables sensor devices to become active citizens of the Internet, while the Web of Things envisions interoperability between these devices and their services. An important problem remains the need for discovering these devices and services globally, ad hoc in real-time, within acceptable time delays. Attempting to solve this problem using the existing Internet infrastructure, we explore the exploitation of the Domain Name System (DNS) as a scalable and ubiquitous directory mechanism for embedded devices. We examine the feasibility of this approach by performing a simulation involving up to one million embedded devices, to test system performance and scalability. Finally, we discuss practical issues and the overall potential of this approach. © 2014 IEEE.