Location-aware applications are becoming popular nowadays because of the increasing adoption of edge and fog computing. This poses novel difficulties to the conventional applications that utilize the Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT) as their prevalent communication channel. Also, developers are obliged to figure out the code at whatever point they need to build up MQTT-based location-aware applications. This can causes various issues, for example, protocol standard infringement or problems in data acquisition. This paper proposes a novel extension of the recently released MQTT5 protocol that will permit message delivery by not only respecting the topics of interest but also in addition to geo-referenced information provided by both publishers and subscribers.

Towards an MQTT5 geo-location extension for location-aware applications

Di Ruscio D.
2021

Abstract

Location-aware applications are becoming popular nowadays because of the increasing adoption of edge and fog computing. This poses novel difficulties to the conventional applications that utilize the Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT) as their prevalent communication channel. Also, developers are obliged to figure out the code at whatever point they need to build up MQTT-based location-aware applications. This can causes various issues, for example, protocol standard infringement or problems in data acquisition. This paper proposes a novel extension of the recently released MQTT5 protocol that will permit message delivery by not only respecting the topics of interest but also in addition to geo-referenced information provided by both publishers and subscribers.
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