Review on Response Time Based Iot Middleware for Smart City Application

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Tanvi Makhe, Om Gavhane, Yashwant Dongre


This paper investigates the significance of response time in Internet of Things (IoT) middleware for smart city applications. Our proposed middleware prioritises quick data transfer, which improves real-time decision-making, which is crucial for managing various city functions like waste management, traffic control, and energy distribution.

In the busy landscape of modern cities, the integration of smart technologies has become imperative for efficient management and improved quality of life. One critical aspect is the timely exchange of data between various devices and systems, facilitated by IoT middleware.

In this review, we examine the body of research, assessing various methods and tools used in response time-based Internet of Things middleware. We look at their advantages, disadvantages, and suitability for smart city settings.

We also address other issues like interoperability, security, and scalability, and we provide suggestions for future research directions and possible solutions.

Overall, our article underlines the critical importance of reaction time optimization in IoT middleware for developing smarter and more responsive cities.

We hope to offer insightful information to scholars, developers, and legislators who are committed to promoting smart city infrastructure through an review.

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