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"JP Vasseur and Adam Dunkels have written an important and timely guide to the rapidly developing field of smart technologies and the Internet. This book provides a clear picture of key technical issues that are useful to both the expert and layman. As we continue to build out the smart grid, the 'electric internet,' I predict this book will become required reading for electric utility smart grid teams." - David Mohler, Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Duke Energy
"As the CEO of my company, I have read it with pleasure and will transfer it to all engineers in my company in charge of developing IP V6 applications." - Paul Bertrand, Board member and founder of IPSO (IP for Smart Objects), Creator and Chairman at Watteco "The authors of this book offer a rich and thoughtful exploration of this new Internet canvas on which the 21st Century will unfold. Prediction will be hard; we are all just going to have to live through it to find out what happens!" - Vinton Cerf, Internet Pioneer
Smart object technology, sometimes called the Internet of Things, is having a profound impact on our day-to-day lives. Interconnecting Smart Objects with IP is the first book that takes a holistic approach to the revolutionary area of IP-based smart objects. Smart objects are the intersection of networked embedded systems, wireless sensor networks, ubiquitous and pervasive computing, mobile telephony and telemetry, and mobile computer networking. This book consists of three parts, Part I focuses on the architecture of smart objects networking, Part II covers the hardware, software, and protocols for smart objects, and Part III provides case studies on how and where smart objects are being used today and in the future. The book covers the fundamentals of IP communication for smart objects, IPv6, and web services, as well as several newly specified low-power IP standards such as the IETF 6LoWPAN adaptation layer and the RPL routing protocol. This book contains essential information not only for the technical reader but also for policy makers and decision makers in the area of smart objects both for private IP networks and the Internet.
Many times a book is useful if you know the subject but want a different point of view or maybe some holes filled in, in your knowledge. This is one of those books. Read morePublished 8 months ago by bernie
Slightly dated but very well written book for a beginner. All the concepts are clearly explained and Its very easy to understand.Published 10 months ago by ps
The authors know a huge amount about IP and its use in conventional computing and networking. They know less about the world of small energy-starved sensor and actuator networks. Read morePublished on October 29, 2013 by James W. Young
I reiterate the concepts expressed by the others in these well written reviews. This book is for someone with familiarity and technical expertise of both IP and Smart... Read morePublished on April 25, 2013 by Nice Lady
Provides a good overview of network technologies used for connecting devices. The book is divided into 3 parts: Architecture, Technology and Applications. Read morePublished on March 30, 2013 by Mike
I found this book a great overview of IP and how it can be practically used in many situations. I had used the book at my previous job and bought the Kindle eBook for personal... Read morePublished on January 26, 2012 by A. Jarrell
Many times a book is useful if you know the subject but want a different point of view or maybe some holes filled in, in your knowledge. This is one of those books. Read morePublished on December 23, 2011 by bernie
Jean-Philippe Vasseur and Adam Dunkels write a fascinating look into the future of the Internet with their new book "Interconnecting Smart Objects with IP". Read morePublished on January 28, 2011 by Forrest Wildwood
I've worked in technical marketing and sales the past 35 years. Not an engineer, thus am unable to evaluate this book's premise--that IP protocol is the best for smart objects'... Read morePublished on January 26, 2011 by Chen Sun