Comparative Analysis of Different Operating Systems used for Low-End IoT Devices

Zurabia Riaz

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The Internet of Things is the emerging field that aims to connect billions of devices together over the Internet. IoT devices, divided into high-end and low-end devices. Linux-based operating systems can easily handle IoT-based high-end devices. Due to resource-based constraints that contain very little memory, developing energy for computing low-end IoT devices is difficult. In this document, the emphasis is on the detailed discussion of the operating systems that meet the requirements of IoT devices for low-end categories. A comparative analysis is carried out for the different operating systems and then the focus is placed on the operating system that comes close to Linux and is suitable for low-end IoT devices.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21015/vtse.v8i1.581

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