Conventional centralized architectures are sufficiently educated to provide high scalability, availability, and low latency and bandwidth usages for the Internet of Things (IoT) network. The exponential increase in volume and number of IoT devices in Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) turns our physical world into the cyber world. Security and privacy in the ITS network have become the main concern. To address these issues and challenges, a secure distributed mist computing network architecture for ITS is proposed by leveraging the features of blockchain technology. In this model, we present IoT user/device registration and authentication algorithms and enable the computing resources at the extreme edge of the network by deploying a smart contract. The proposed model uses an aggregate signature scheme to generate a signature for multiple IoT devices. To evaluate the proposed model, we performed an experimental analysis based on various performance measures. The proposed model gains 81% of lower median latency at local nodes compared to the core model. The result shows that the model performed effectively and a suitable solution for various ITS applications.
|Number of pages||10|
|Journal||IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems|
|Publication status||E-pub ahead of print - 10 Dec 2020|
- cloud computing
- Internet of Things
- mist computing
- software defined networking