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CSA ISO/IEC 29341-30-1

Information technology - UPnP Device Architecture - Part 30-1: IoT management and control device control protocol - IoT management and control architecture overview

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Organization: CSA
Publication Date: 1 January 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 73
ICS Code (Interface and interconnection equipment): 35.200
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Introduction

This document describes the overall UPnP IoTManagementAndControl Architecture, which forms the foundation for the UPnP IoTManagementAndControl device [11] and UPnP DataStore service [13] specifications. The IoTManagementAndControl device hosts services to bridge sensor devices connected to both UPnP networks as well as non-UPnP based networks. The DataStore service provides persistent retention and distribution of both sensor data as well as data from mobile devices which may leave the UPnP network at any time. This service can be hosted within the UPnP IoTManagementAndControl device as well as within other UPnP compliant devices.

Goals

The UPnP IoTManagementAndControl Architecture was explicitly defined to meet the following goals:

Describe sensors and actuators residing on both UPnP and non-UPnP networks.

Provide data transport services for sensors and actuators to UPnP network clients.

Define a service to describe, retain and distribute data received from sensors as well as other non-persistent data sources.

Define an allowed device protection model for both the sensor and data retention components.

Non-Goals

The following are not initial goals of the IoTManagementAndControl architecture:

Low-level control of bridged networks The initial version of UPnP IoTManagementAndControl treats Sensors and Actuators as abstract data sources and sinks and does not expose details or provide direct access to bridging network protocols. Low-level control of selected bridged network protocols will be considered in subsequent versions of the architecture.

Low-latency control of sensors and actuators The initial version of UPnP IoTManagementAndControl treats sensors and actuators as autonomous objects requiring relatively infrequent supervision from home-network clients. Closed loop control of sensor and actuator pairs is better accomplished directly within the internal vendor-device sensor/actuator architecture with UPnP home-network clients providing overall supervision. However, UPnP IoTManagementAndControl does support sensors which have substantial throughput requirements using transport connections.

Document History

CSA ISO/IEC 29341-30-1
January 1, 2019
Information technology - UPnP Device Architecture - Part 30-1: IoT management and control device control protocol - IoT management and control architecture overview
Introduction This document describes the overall UPnP IoTManagementAndControl Architecture, which forms the foundation for the UPnP IoTManagementAndControl device [11] and UPnP DataStore service...

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