Design and Realization of the Intelligent System for Identification of the IoT Devices

J. Horalek, F. Holik


This paper presents a unique solution for identification and verification of IoT devices. The solution is based on actual security threats in the IoT design. For this reason, the unique identification chip DS2401 is used and devices are monitored from the centralized system. The paper introduces this system for authentication and authorization of IoT devices. These functions use the unique identification number. The whole system, including the management of identities and the user server, is realized with Raspberry Pi devices.


Internet of Things; IoT Security; Authorization and Authentication; DS2401; IoT Identification;

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