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Difference between revisions of "Mihini/M3DA Specification"

 
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The Mihini agent is a software component that acts as a mediator between an M2M server and the applications running on an embedded gateway.
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M3DA is a protocol optimized for the transport of binary M2M data.
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It is made available in the Mihini project both for means of Device Management, by easing the manipulation and synchronization of a device's data model, and for means of Asset Management, by allowing user applications to exchange typed data/commands back and forth with an M2M server, in a way that optimizes the use of bandwidth (see Bysant serializer specification).
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* [[Media:M3DAPresentation.pdf | General introduction to M3DA protocol]]
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= Specification documents =
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* [[Media:M3DAProtocolSpecification.pdf | M3DA main specification document]]
 
* [[Media:M3DAProtocolSpecification.pdf | M3DA main specification document]]
 
* [[Media:M3DASecurityExtension.pdf | M3DA security extension]]
 
* [[Media:M3DASecurityExtension.pdf | M3DA security extension]]
* [[Media:M3DASecurityExtension.pdf | M3DA serializer (Byzant)]]
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* [[Media:M3DABysantSerializer.pdf | M3DA serializer (Bysant)]]
* [[Media:M3DABysantSerializer.pdf | Device management over M3DA]]
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* [http://download.eclipse.org/mihini/doc/agent/Device_Management.html Device management over M3DA]
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* [[Mihini/M3DA_Specification_Password_Negotiation | Initial security password negotiation]]

Latest revision as of 08:32, 11 October 2013

The Mihini agent is a software component that acts as a mediator between an M2M server and the applications running on an embedded gateway. M3DA is a protocol optimized for the transport of binary M2M data. It is made available in the Mihini project both for means of Device Management, by easing the manipulation and synchronization of a device's data model, and for means of Asset Management, by allowing user applications to exchange typed data/commands back and forth with an M2M server, in a way that optimizes the use of bandwidth (see Bysant serializer specification).

Specification documents