Author: Daniel Schuster

Protocols for the Smart Energy Grid

In the last post there was an article comparing the different messaging protocols for the IoT. The Smart Energy Grid is a special case of the IoT which receives great attention today. A world of decentralized energy production is envisioned

Messaging Protocols for the Internet of Things

There is a main battle going on in the moment which application layer protocol is going to win the Internet of Things. The battle candidates are HTTP/REST, CoAP, MQTT, AMQP, DDS, and (of course) XMPP. A new survey has been

Crowdsourced Live Monitoring of Public Transport with XMPP

I recently stumbled upon a paper by Károly Farkas, a professor from Budapest, Hungary who organized the 2014 PerCom conference in Budapest: They built up a system and an Android app to monitor buses and trams from the public transport

Welcome to this XMPP Research Blog

When looking for XMPP-related information you will most likely be happy with xmpp.org and the many pages linked from there. There is information about the current standards and the many extensions the XMPP community is developing. A comprehensive list of

Sport Event Analyzer

Using XMPP and Jingle to carry huge amounts of sensor data XMPP works quite well to access sensor data in the Internet of Things. Our friends Michael Kirsche and Ronny Klauck from BTU Cottbus know a lot about this issue

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