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Standards for M2M and the Internet of Things

TR-0038 Architecture

This clause describes how the different components of this use case can be represented by corresponding oneM2M architectural entities as shown in figure below.

oneM2M functional architecture of remote door locks control use case

 

An IN-CSE is hosted in the cloud by the oneM2M Service Provider and a MN-CSE is hosted on the Home Gateway. Applications and MAF used in the current use case are classified as follows:

  • ADN-AE1: an application embedded in Front Door Lock with capabilities to control Front Door Lock and interact with the home gateway MN-CSE through Mca reference point;

  • ADN-AE2: an application embedded in Back Door Lock with capabilities to control Back Door Lock and interact with the home gateway MN-CSE through Mca reference point;

  • ADN-AE3: an application embedded in the smartphone device with capabilities to interact directly with the oneM2M service platform IN-CSE through Mca reference point used to remotely control Front Door Lock and Back Door Lock;

  • MN-AE: a gateway application embedded into the home gateway that interacts with the MN-CSE through Mca reference point.

  • MAF: M2M Authentication Function assigns symmetric keys to MAF clients on the IN-CSE and the ADN-AE3 through Mmaf reference point.

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