Machine to machine communication enabled internet of things: a review

Rajagopal Sudarmani, Kanagaraj Venusamy, Sathish Sivaraman, Poongodi Jayaraman, Kannadhasan Suriyan, Manjunathan Alagarsamy


Internet of things (IoT) will be the main part in upcoming generation devices that would not simply sense and report, also will have the controlling capability. It may be a connected vehicle, connected devices, robot, a building automation system, a door lock or a thermostat, these connected machines or devices will provide greater impact on our daily lives. Control data and the operating instructions could be protected to ensure control and autonomy for our safety and security, this could be a critical task. Privacy and security are important consideration in designing the system. With the intense growth of devices or devices with facilities such as computing and communication are carried out using a profound technology known as machine to machine (M2M) communication, which is specially designed for cross‐platform integration. In many industries, smart homes, smart cities, smart agriculture, government, connected devices, security, healthcare, education, public safety, and supply chain management. Internet of things (IoT) and machine to machine communication have to be implemented in near future. Also, this paper gives an in depth view about the different M2M techniques with interconnected IoT for truly connected, smart, and sustainable world.


Communication protocols; Internet of things; Machine to machine communication; Network stack; Security

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International Journal of Reconfigurable and Embedded Systems (IJRES)
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