Uncertainty on Virtualization and Internet of Things (IOT): The Connectivity problem and the rise of localize edge computing

Authors

  • Sharipah Setapa
  • Shahrol Hisham Baharom
  • Luke Jing Yuan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.55014/pij.v3i4.109

Keywords:

Internet of Things, IOT, Connectivity, edge computing, connectivity failure, simulated community-driven

Abstract

The connectivity failure could be contributed by device, intermediate device, configuration, problem of duplicates IP, software problem or physical cable. The rise of connectivity problem has become a trend with a virtual interconnectivity when involves Internet of Things (IoT). Many connectivity are dependent to each other. A dependency between each interconnection can cause a limited information transfer if the chain is broken which causes inaccurate data path during travelling to the destination. Application sensors will collect a huge data, but the consumption of the architecture’s loading and processing based on real time and traffic can cause a segmentation of suggestion to change. One of the example is a community based driven application, which depends on users to activate the application to get an information in real time. The more users activate the application, the more accurate route suggestion will be. This paper is about a study of connectivity, data challenge, opportunities prediction and analysis flow from application sensor based on a dataset obtained through a simulated community driven navigation.

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Published

2020-12-31

How to Cite

Sharipah Setapa, Shahrol Hisham Baharom, & Luke Jing Yuan. (2020). Uncertainty on Virtualization and Internet of Things (IOT): The Connectivity problem and the rise of localize edge computing. Pacific International Journal, 3(4), 152–157. https://doi.org/10.55014/pij.v3i4.109

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Regular