Abstract: Even though a lot of effort has been done to put the Internet of Things (IoT) in practise up until this point, most of the work still has to be done.Focuses on nodes with limited resources rather than connecting the embedded systems that are already in place to the IoT network. The Internet of things (IoTs) is a network of physical items or things that are integrated with electronics, software, sensors, and connection to allow for data exchange among linked devices, makers, and operators. It may be defined as linking commonplace objects to the Internet, such as smart phones, sensors, and actuators. These devices are then intelligently connected to one another to enable new types of communication between objects and one another. Through the use of existing network infrastructure, IoT enables remote sensing and control of items.

It also offers comfort, economy, efficiency, and precision. Since anybody may now get connectivity for anything from anywhere at any time, it is anticipated that these connections will grow and develop into a highly developed dynamic network of IoTs. Our work here aims to improve the Internet-oriented approach with semantic-oriented techniques, as both are necessary to create useful, sophisticated IoT applications that are anticipated on rich embedded devices.

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2023.125290

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