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Prof. Pascal Lorenz
University of Haute Alsace, France
 
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IJFCC 2024 Vol.13(2): 31-36
DOI: 10.18178/ijfcc.2024.13.2.614

Case Study on Existing IoT Platform and Approach for Local IoT Platform

Sothea Phann 1,* , Morokot Cheat 2, Sombathmorhareach Neath 2, and Khemarin Sambath 1
1. Ministry of Post and Telecommunications, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
2. ABA Bank Head Office, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Email: Phannsothea17@gmail.com (S.P.); cheat.morokot@gmail.com (M.C.); neath.sombatmorha@ababank.com (S.N.); sambath-khemarin@mptc.gov.kh (K.S.)

*Corresponding author

Manuscript received December 12, 2023; revised January 12, 2024; accepted January 30, 2024; published May 13, 2024.

Abstract—The Internet of Things (IoT) is a paradigm facilitating the interconnection of physical objects and devices via the internet, enabling data collection and exchange. As the adoption of IoT continues to grow, the need for a deep understanding of IoT platforms becomes crucial. This paper provides an overview of the IoT architecture, comparing leading IoT platform such as AWS and Microsoft Azure vendor. The objective is to understand the overall architecture of these platforms and explore their main cores for potential customization in developing a proprietary IoT platform. Additionally, the study includes selecting a GPS device to get location for testing Asset Tracking in the platform as proof-of-concept, using an ESP32 acts as a communication gateway, and the software implementation is Arduino IDE. The research concludes by laying the groundwork for a case study, examining an existing IoT platform, and proposing an approach to develop an IoT platform based on local specific needs.

Index Terms—IoT platform, GPS, ESP32, Arduino IDE, IoT architecture

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Cite: Sothea Phann, Morokot Cheat, Sombathmorhareach Neath, and Khemarin Sambath, "Case Study on Existing IoT Platform and Approach for Local IoT Platform," International Journal of Future Computer and Communication, vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 31-36, 2024.


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