ITU-T H.812.4

Interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems: Services interface: Authenticated Persistent Session capability

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Organization: ITU-T
Publication Date: 1 November 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 56
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This design guidelines document defines two Certified Capability Classes. Both Certified Capability Classes contain guidelines that document a secure mechanism by which a services application can initiate communications with an application residing within a transient piece of customer premises equipment known as a Personal Health Gateway (PHG). The two Certified Capability Classes are respectively for the services application (APS-CCC-Services) and for the PHG application (APS-CCC-PHG).

The mechanism addresses: (1) the establishment and management of a persistent long term session between the services application and the PHG application, (2) the use of the message queuing telemetry transport (MQTT) protocol for message exchange and (3) the use of short message service (SMS) to re-establish IP level connectivity with transient PHGs that have a cellular interface

Document History

ITU-T H.812.4
November 1, 2017
Interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems: Services interface: Authenticated Persistent Session capability
This design guidelines document defines two Certified Capability Classes. Both Certified Capability Classes contain guidelines that document a secure mechanism by which a services application can...
July 1, 2016
Interoperability design guidelines for personal health systems: Services interface: Authenticated persistent session capability
This Recommendation defines two certified capability classes. Both certified capability classes contain guidelines that document a secure mechanism by which a services application can initiate...
November 1, 2015
Interoperability design guidelines for personal health systems: WAN interface: Authenticated persistent session device class
This Recommendation defines two certified device classes. Both certified device classes contain guidelines that document a secure mechanism by which a WAN application can initiate communications with...

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