Taxonomy on IoT Technologies for Designing Smart Systems

Mohamed El Beqqal, Mostafa Aziz


The Internet of things(IoT) is now considered among  the most emerging technologies aiming to interconnect  heterogeneous smart  devices in several areas without human interaction . From sensing  and identification to data processing and storing. The Building and the monitoring of smart systems like smart homes, smart campus and smart cities pass through several stages on which different tools and platforms coexist to answer this need. In this paper, we present a survey on recent works using IoT tools to build their systems. Particularly, we classify and compare them according  to layers and characteristics that we have defined such as data acquisition, data processing , software used, conformity to standards.  Hence , our study aims to provide a clear vision on available functionalities during the process of building IoT systems based on most used IoT tools and to help users to choose the most adapted tool depending on their needs.


IoT Solutions; RFID; Classification; Smart systems; Platforms; Middleware; Data-flow

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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) – eISSN: 1865-7923
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