IoT Smart Home Ecosystem based on Multiprotocol Label Switching

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Hamza ZEMRANE, Mohammadia School of Engineering, UM5, Lab RIME Rabat, Morocco
Youssef BADDI, Higher school of technology Sidi Bennour UCD, Lab STIC El Jadida, Morocco
Abderrahim HASBI, Mohammadia School of Engineering UM5, Lab RIME Ratab, Morocco

The development of Smart Cities that know our word today depends on the development of the IoT, in this context IoT are applied to develop and optimize may current and future sectors of activities like: health care, home automation, transportation, public services and others. The major issues of safety and comfort in traditional homes pushed us to detail and develop our own IoT Smart Home Ecosystem. Inside the home no one is safe from a fall, a cut, a poisoning, a burn, or a fire, as an example children are unfortunately the first victims of domestic accidents. The Smart Home can limit risks by integrating: smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, alarms to trigger oneself when needed (PMR, for people with reduced mobility), motion detectors with alarm connected to the smartphones of your family member, remote surveillance cameras (for children and dependent persons). Equipped with many sensors and actuators, the Smart Home can identify any potentially dangerous malfunction. The network architecture of IoT offers us a large number of network technologies to connect all the sensors and actuators to each other, and to transfer the collected information to the Internet, to choose the most suitable solution to use in our IoT Smart Home Ecosystem we did a study of the existing network solutions to go out with the WiFi network as a wireless solution and the Ethernet network as a wired solution. To allow access at the collected information to the right server located in the Internet with a quality of service grantee we were based on the MPLS network as a resent core Internetwork technology used by the operators.

Smart home, Internet of Things (IoT), IoT protocols, extended networks operators, Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS), Smart Cities.

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Hamza ZEMRANE, Youssef BADDI, Abderrahim HASBI, IoT Smart Home Ecosystem based on Multiprotocol Label Switching , SCIREA Journal of Mathematics. Volume 4, Issue 6, December 2019 | PP. 156-188.


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