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Trending Contiki Cooja Projects in Internet of Things for PhD

Trending PhD Project Topics in Internet of Things (IoT)

The Internet of things (IoT) is a very idiosyncratic platform that gets more attention day by day in smart world construction. The IoT offers ubiquitous connectivity between the physical and virtual world things with the help of the Internet. The feature of connecting everything of IoT provides multiple opportunities and a boundless development scope under various fields. The IoT has evolved in diverse fields in recent years, as it is observed that tremendous changes in size, shape, and capacity of different things, instruments, and products are utilized in daily human lives. The vision of IoT is the interconnection of smart things anywhere, anytime, anyplace by using any intelligent network. With the exploitation of the Internet and artificial intelligent methods, it is possible to create our world smarter while reducing manual human interventions.

The prime idea of an IoT is achieving the trade of data among machines that are engendered using cutting-edge technologies such as wireless sensor networks and radio frequency identification. The sensing devices in such technologies have efficient decision-making capabilities and clever algorithms to perform the corresponding actions smartly. Moreover, the key components of IoT are smart connectivity and context-aware computation. The potential IoT applications are smart transportation, health monitoring, surveillance, infrastructure monitoring, environment monitoring, business, and smart home. S-Logix IoT projects provide various novel solutions to manage the current challenges associated with IoT technology with proper implantation services.

IoT Project Topics in Contiki Cooja simulator Projects for PhD:

MAC and Adaptation Layer (IEEE 802.15.4, IETF 6TiSCH, and 6LoWPAN):

Design and Evaluation of MAC Protocols for IoT
Evaluation of 6TiSCH Communication Architecture for IoT

Routing Layer - Routing protocol for low-power and lossy networks (RPL):

Critical Analysis of objective functions in RPL routing
Objective functions using variant routing metrics in RPL routing
Additive combination of node and link Metrics in RPL routing
Energy retaining objective function in RPL routing
Learning automata-based objective function in RPL routing
Cluster Parent Based RPL routing
Load Balanced clustering method for RPL outing
Context-Aware RPL routing
Load Balancing RPL routing
Multipath RPL routing
Compression aware aggregation based RPL routing
Scheduling aware forwarding mechanism in RPL routing
Scalable and Mobility aware RPL routing
Optimization scheme based RPL routing enhancement
Cross-Layer Based RPL Routing
Congestion Aware RPL Routing
Trickle algorithm based RPL routing enhancement schemes
Attacks in RPL Routing
Trust-Based network security schemes in RPL routing
Intrusion detection systems for RPL routing
Optimization and Learning model based RPL security
Machine Learning-based security enhancement schemes

Application Layer - CoAP Protocol:

CoAP congestion control mechanisms
Authentication, authorization, and access control in CoAP protocol
DTLS based security for CoAP protocol
Lightweight cryptography algorithms for CoAP protocol
Key management schemes in CoAP security
Message authentication schemes for CoAP security

Application Layer - MQTT Protocol:

QoS and Performance Enhancement of MQTT protocol
Lightweight cryptography for MQTT protocol
Authentication, authorization, and access control in MQTT protocol

General Performance Metrics for Protocol Evaluation:

Packet Delivery Ratio
Message Size Overhead
Packet Loss
Delay and
Energy Consumption.