The Smart City concept tries to inherit the advantages of Internet-of-Things (IoT) into its realm to function alongside the existing legacy systems. One of the most promising aspects of IoT is Edge Computing, which tries to move the computing, traditionally done via a centralized infrastructure like the cloud to the edge of the network. This allows remote deployment of IoT assets closer to the source and application area of information enabling faster response times of action. Smart Cities of future envision using Edge Computing to their advantage for remote and distributed computing. Sieve, Process and Forward (SPF) is an Edge Computing solution for dynamic IoT applications for Smart City scenarios. The military is looking forward to use, as well as develop the SPF platform for its Edge Computing requirements. But currently, the SPF platform does not have the mechanism for remote discovery of edge resources and their management to leverage its potential completely. This paper tries to propose a resource discovery and management architecture and methodology for SPF to support future Human Assistance and Disaster Recovery (HADR) operations in Smart City environments with the vision of enabling interoperability between civilian and military platforms.
|Titolo:||Dynamic Resource Discovery and Management for Edge Computing Based on SPF for HADR Operations|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||04.2 Contributi in atti di convegno (in Volume)|