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Cloud-processed IoT framework using on-the-fly programming for OTA-less large scale deployments
  • Sujanavan Tiruvayipati,
  • Ramadevi Yellasiri
Sujanavan Tiruvayipati
Maturi Venkata Subba Rao Engineering College, Osmania University

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Ramadevi Yellasiri
Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology, Osmania University


The proliferation of Internet of Things (IoT) devices in various domains necessitates efficient and scalable deployment strategies. Over-the-Air (OTA) programming has traditionally been employed for updating IoT devices, but its limitations become apparent in large-scale deployments due to time needed for updation of huge number of IoT devices, bandwidth constraints and latency issues. To address these challenges, this research introduces a novel Cloud-Processed IoT Framework leveraging On-the-Fly (OTF) programming technique. The framework optimizes deployment scalability by offloading processing tasks to the cloud, minimizing device-side computation and eliminating OTA data transmission. OTF programming enables instant updation and execution, allowing IoT devices to adapt and respond to changing requirements without the need for manual firmware updates. This paper presents the architecture of the proposed framework, highlighting its key components and functionalities. Through this innovative approach, the Cloud-Processed IoT Framework offers a promising solution for managing and updating IoT deployments in resource-constrained environments, paving the way for enhanced scalability and agility in IoT ecosystems.
02 Jun 2024Submitted to TechRxiv
07 Jun 2024Published in TechRxiv