IoT-Based Resource Control for In-Vehicle Infotainment Services: Design and Experimentation
AbstractA variety of in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) devices and services have been developed by many vehicle vendors and software companies, which include navigation systems, cameras, speakers, headrest displays, and heating seat. However, there has not been enough research on how to effectively control and manage numerous IVI resources (devices and contents), so as to provide users with more enhanced services. This paper proposes a framework of resource control for IVI services so as to efficiently manage the IVI resources within an automobile. Differently from conventional IVI systems, in the proposed scheme, the IVI-Master is newly introduced for overall control of IVI resources, and IVI users are divided into owner and users. In addition, the IVI resources are classified as personal resources and shared resources, which are managed by the IVI-Master using the Lightweight Machine-to-Machine (LWM2M) standard. The proposed IoT-based IVI resource control scheme was implemented and tested. The experimental results showed that the proposed scheme can be used to effectively manage IVI resources for users. Additionally, the proposed resource control scheme shows lower bandwidth usage than the existing scheme. View Full-Text
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Choi, D.-K.; Jung, J.-H.; Kim, J.-I.; Gohar, M.; Koh, S.-J. IoT-Based Resource Control for In-Vehicle Infotainment Services: Design and Experimentation. Sensors 2019, 19, 620.
Choi D-K, Jung J-H, Kim J-I, Gohar M, Koh S-J. IoT-Based Resource Control for In-Vehicle Infotainment Services: Design and Experimentation. Sensors. 2019; 19(3):620.Chicago/Turabian Style
Choi, Dong-Kyu; Jung, Joong-Hwa; Kim, Ji-In; Gohar, Moneeb; Koh, Seok-Joo. 2019. "IoT-Based Resource Control for In-Vehicle Infotainment Services: Design and Experimentation." Sensors 19, no. 3: 620.
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