Key Technology for Intelligent Interaction Based on Internet of Things

Key Technology for Intelligent Interaction Based on Internet of Things

Tianlin Wang (Chongqing Technology and Business Institute, Chongqing, China)
Copyright: © 2019 |Pages: 12
DOI: 10.4018/IJDST.2019010103


In view of the limitations of the traditional intelligent interaction, the new needs brought by intelligent interaction of Internet of things (IoT) and the context-aware technology were analyzed. An intelligent interactive architecture based on context aware and IoT-oriented was proposed. The intelligent interaction and context expression model in the IoT environment were constructed. The results showed that the proposed architecture and method could achieve intelligent interaction between human and materials in the IoT environment. To sum up, the architecture can improve the flexibility of intelligent interaction system.
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State Of The Art

Internet of things is developing rapidly in recent years and researchers in various fields have paid much attention to it. Anjomshoa, Aloqaily, Kantarci, Erol-Kantarci, and Schuckers, (2017) proposed an intelligent add-on for the smart devices to enable continuous verification of users. In the experiments, they used the data from built-in sensors and usage statistics of five different social networking applications on mobile devices. Gil, Ferrández, Mora-Mora, and Peral (2016). reviewed the current IoT technologies, approaches and models in order to discover what challenges need to be met to make more sense of data. Alhamid, Rawashdeh, Dong, Hossain, Alelaiwi, and Saddik, (2016), explored the intelligence environment for intelligent interaction based on wireless sensor networks and listed the commonly used technologies for realizing intelligent interaction. Santos, Rodrigues, Casal, Saleem, and Denisov, (2016) investigated the current state of the art of Internet of things protocols, IPAs in general, and IPAs based on Internet of things and analysed the problems existing in Internet of things at present. Bai, and Rabara, (2015), and Al-Fuqaha, Guizani, Mohammadi, Aledhari and Ayyash, (2015) provided an overview of the Internet of Things (IoT) with emphasis on enabling technologies, protocols, and application issues. And they also provided an overview of some of the key IoT challenges presented in the recent literature and provided a summary of related research work.

Scholars in China also attached great importance to the application of Internet of things and studied the technologies for intelligent interaction. Wang (2017) developed intelligent home remote monitoring system based on the Internet of things technology to realize the remote monitoring and intelligent management of the home environment. Liu, Ma, Lin, Ge, Wang and Liu (2017) and others used the assembly process of mechanical products as the research object and analysed the characteristics of IoT-based manufacturing systems. They also proposed the concept of IoT-enabled intelligent assembly system for mechanical products. Guo, Zhang, Wang, Yu and Zhou (2013) presented opportunistic IoT, which is formed based on the ad hoc, opportunistic networking of devices (e.g., mobile phones and smart vehicles) using short-range radio techniques (e.g., Bluetooth and Wi-Fi). Ning, Liu, (2012) and Liu explored the security architecture for the internet of things applied in the future according to the characteristics and performances of Internet of things commonly used at present.

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