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Performance Enhancement of the ERC using Cloud

01 Sep 2018-
TL;DR: A scheme for connecting ERC to the cloud using gateway and storing data in cloud for processing and controlling the ERC of the commercial refrigerator to clients is described and it is found that the cloud provides efficient storage and access and facilitates control of ERC.
Abstract: Cloud Computing and IoT (Internet of Thing) have gained significant attention in recent years. These two technologies can be utilized for collection, storage, processing and access of the data. Due to the advent of these technologies, analysis of data from controller, prediction and fault diagnosis of hardware have now become easier. ERC (Electronic Refrigeration Controller) is used in controlling temperature in Glass Door Merchants (GDM) of commercial refrigerators. Presently ERC users have been facing challenges as the data can't be published and stored. To overcome this problem, this paper describes a scheme for connecting ERC to the cloud using gateway and storing data in cloud for processing. The proposed cloud-based ERC provides improvement in flexibility, security, collaboration and globalization of ERC. This also facilitates global access of ERC data, control of refrigerator and minimization of the access time as the data is accessible anywhere any time. The proposed scheme is implemented in AWS cloud platform for storing the refrigerator data and controlling the ERC of the commercial refrigerator to clients. From implementation results, it is found that the cloud provides efficient storage and access and facilitates control of ERC.
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07 Jun 2023
TL;DR: In this paper , the authors investigate how logging can be used to secure web architecture and HTTP/3 protocol in the cloud, which is a new protocol that was proposed for formalization to the IETF in June 2022.
Abstract: The HTTP protocol is the backbone for how traffic is communicated over the Internet and between web applications and users. Introduced in 1997 with HTTP 1.0 and 1.1, HTTP has gone through several developmental changes throughout the years. HTTP/1.1 suffers from several issues. Namely only allowing a one-to-one connection. HTTP/2 allowed for multiplexed connections. Additionally, HTTP/2 attempted to address the security issues that were faced by the prior version of HTTP by allowing administrators to enable HTTPS, as well as enable certificates to help ensure the encryption and protection of data between users and the web application. One of the major issues HTTP/2 faces is that it allows users to have multiplexed connections, but when there is an error and data needs to be retransmitted, this leads to head of line blocking. HTTP/3 is a new protocol that was proposed for formalization to the IETF in June of 2022. One of the first major changes is that unlike prior versions of HTTP that used the TCP/IP method of networking for data transmission, HTTP/3 uses UDP for data transmission. Prior research has focused on the protocol itself or investigating how certain types of attacks affect your web architecture that uses QUIC and HTTP/3. One area lacking research in this topic is how to secure web architecture in the cloud that uses this new protocol. To this end, we will be investigating how logging can be used to secure your web architecture and this protocol in the cloud.
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TL;DR: This review paper summarizes the current state-of-the-art IoT in industries systematically and identifies research trends and challenges.
Abstract: Internet of Things (IoT) has provided a promising opportunity to build powerful industrial systems and applications by leveraging the growing ubiquity of radio-frequency identification (RFID), and wireless, mobile, and sensor devices. A wide range of industrial IoT applications have been developed and deployed in recent years. In an effort to understand the development of IoT in industries, this paper reviews the current research of IoT, key enabling technologies, major IoT applications in industries, and identifies research trends and challenges. A main contribution of this review paper is that it summarizes the current state-of-the-art IoT in industries systematically.

4,145 citations


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Book ChapterDOI
01 Aug 2011
TL;DR: There is a design of an intelligent monitoring system based on the Internet of thing monitoring temperature and humidity inside the refrigerator trucks and the intelligent cargo identification, and tracking the location of refrigerator trucks real-time in the entire transportation process by using advanced RFID technology, the sensor technology and the wireless communication technology.
Abstract: Refrigerator transportation is an important part of cold chain. Aimming at monitoring the temperature and humidity inside the refrigerator trucks,and managing information of the the refrigerator trucks internal. At the paper, there is a design of an intelligent monitoring system based on the Internet of thing, realized monitoring temperature and humidity inside the refrigerator trucks and the intelligent cargo identification, and tracking the location of refrigerator trucks real-time in the entire transportation process by using advanced RFID technology, the sensor technology and the wireless communication technology.

38 citations