Simulators for IOT

The Internet of Things (IoT) has been considered as an emerging research area where the 6LoWPAN (IPv6 over Low-Power Wireless Personal Area Network) protocol stack is considered as one of the most important protocol suite for the IoT.
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Simulators for IOT

Postby iotmania » 03 Sep 2017, 11:48

Simulators for IOT


1- Contiki OS + Cooja simulator

As we know, IoT will have various devices and can be divided into different networks. Thus, your security threat model needs to focus a certain level, but not all the levels including hardware, OS, network protocol, and application...The existing answers have clarify the good network simulators you can adopt (Cooja is a cross-level simulator but the others also can run with specific emulators like Qemu and etc).

see:http://www.contiki-os.org/start.html#start-cooja

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2-SimpleIoTSimulator

SimpleIoTSimulator The InternetOfThings Simulator SimpleIoTSimulator™ is an easy to

use, IoT Sensor/device simulator that quickly creates test environments made up of thousands of sensors and gateways, all on just one computer.

System Requirements

64-bit RedHat Enterprise Linux (6.x or higher)

for more details:

http://www.smplsft.com/SimpleIoTSimulator.html

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3- NetSim v9

NetSim v9 (Latest Released Version, Feb 2016)

see this :
Research on Internet of Things(IOT) using NetSim



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4- Internet of Things Simulator GUI Demo

to understand how its work :



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5- AutoSIM IoT - Internet of Things Simulator

AutoSIM is the worlds first IoT simulator that can simulate 100+ million devices on a cluster of servers and supports 10 protocols below...

SmartM2M
LWM2M
CoAP
MQTT
Automatski (Streamer & Chatterbox)
Rest
Websockets
UDP
XMPP
AMQP
other custom protocols

see this :


Is gns3 simulator support internet of things?. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/post/Is_gn ... _of_things [accessed Sep 3, 2017].



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