IoT Communication Architecture


The Internet of Things, as its name implies, is an Internet of things connected. Its goal is to use various sensing devices that can be connected to the Internet to exchange messages with each other through the cloud platform and collaborate together to achieve functional linkage or remote The purpose of control management and data collection statistics.
Since the concept of the Internet of Things is a network that hopes to enable devices to be connected to each other, first of all, the types and scope of these devices that can be connected to the Internet can become quite extensive, and are no longer limited to traditional Internet devices such as computers and mobile phones; therefore The vertical application fields of the Internet of Things are quite diverse and span a variety of different fields. For example, automobiles, energy, medical, industrial, retail, home, transportation, etc., can all be potential markets for the Internet of Things.
Wireless communication is also a key technology in the realization of the Internet of Things. According to different application scenarios, there are different considerations for power consumption, transmission distance, data volume, and cost. At present, many wireless communication standards are selected at the same time. And are competing with each other.



Since the Internet of Things is not a separate industry, but a network platform that spans and integrates different industrial fields, and is subject to different industries and equipment, it is extremely difficult to develop a uniform specification that can be suitable for all applications.


Even so, the world’s technologically developed countries have spared no effort to develop their own reference architectures, and among these, the four major manufacturing countries of the United States, China, Germany, and Japan are the most active.



  • Smart Lighting
  • Smart grids and virtual power plants
  • Smart Door Lock
  • Smart exercise and health detection device