Identifiers in Internet of Things

February 15, 2018

Identification is a major topic in Internet of Things (IoT). Beside identification of the things itself, many other entities have to be identified in IoT solutions. In this paper we discuss the various identification needs with related use cases and requirements. Furthermore we look at identifier standards, their applicability for the different identifier needs and discuss identifier allocation, registration, resolution, security, privacy and interoperability

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