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    Title: 物聯網環境中設計與實作一依規則運轉之裝置互動系統
    Other Titles: Design and implementation of a rule-based M2M interactive system in Internet of Things
    Authors: 蕭暐澔;Hsiao, Wei-Hao
    Contributors: 淡江大學資訊工程學系碩士班
    郭經華;Kuo, Ching-Hua
    Keywords: 物聯網產品;網路服務;手機應用程式;iOS系統;Internet of things;Network services;App;iOS system
    Date: 2015
    Issue Date: 2016-01-22 15:02:52 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 隨著物聯網時代的來臨,物與物的相互交流,實現了人與物更方便的訊息溝通。每個人周圍所接觸的設備數量數以千計,使得物聯網產業擁有龐大的商機。物聯網中,智慧物件的服務,除了硬體設備本身提供的服務外,物與物透過網路的連結亦可提供無所不在的服務,因此,智慧物件將與網路上提供的各種服務進行整合,包括社群網路和雲端服務,只要人們事先建立互動的規則與條件便可享有無所不在的服務。本論文將開發在iOS系統下的手機應用程式(APP)和後端的伺服器整合物聯網產品功能和網路功能,實現物與物的互動交流並自動化執行服務為人們創造更多的產品附加價值。
    With the advances of Internet of Things, a variety of mobile services are supported anytime and anywhere. A number of IoT products, including i-plug, ip-cam and access point, have been delivered in market. This thesis aims to design and implement APPs for supporting automatic and intelligent communications between IoT devices and social networks such as Dropbox and Facebook. With this development, devices and social networks can communicate with each other according the event and rules set by users.
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