Το πρωτόκολλο IPv6 και το internet των πραγμάτων
Ζώτος, Χρήστος Σ.
SubjectTCP/IP (Πρωτόκολλο δικτύων υπολογιστών) ; Ηλεκτρονικοί υπολογιστές -- Δίκτυα -- Μέτρα ασφαλείας ; Δίκτυα υπολογιστών -- Πρωτόκολλα ; Διαδικτυακός προγραμματισμός
The main goal of this work is to make a detailed presentation of the "new" Internet which in recent years has obtained large dimensions and is now called internet of things. At the same time we will see how and in which way the new technologies contribute to the development and its dissemination and what the prospects for further development are. Particularly, the first chapter refers to the protocol IP, which is the most common protocol network layer and is synonymous to the Internet. Starting with a brief presentation, we end up with newer versions and capabilities of the protocol. The latest version - IPv6 - seems to offer a benefit to the development of internet of things, which is described in detail in the 2nd chapter. The "Internet of Things" is a future situation in which everyday objects - such as cell phones, cars, household appliances, clothes, even food - will be connected wirelessly to the internet through smart chips and will be able to collect and exchange data. Each of these objects has a different identity. The recognition of each of these objects is achieved by the use of RFID technology which is described in this chapter. If all objects of daily life were equipped with RFID tags , then they could be identified and inventoried by computer systems. And while this technology is still being debated on and at the same time developed, the legal framework around it should be determined before the Internet of Things becomes fully functional. The analysis of the institutional and legal framework which primarily relates to the privacy of users and compliance requirements of any telecommunications equipment associated with the internet of things is thoroughly investigated in the third chapter.