State-of-the-art Study and Design of a Small Footprint Version of the COOS Plugin Framework
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GSM and UMTS technologies have already gained a huge market penetrationresulting in millions of customers. Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Communicationis promising to be the next big technology that is going to hit themass market with numerous essential services. Telemetry systems, whichwere thought once as the domain of big industrial companies, are now beingavailable to larger and wider customers because of the advances in M2Mcommunication. Thanks to mobile technologies, millions of small handhelddevices are now available in the mass market which can be used to communicatereal time information to the customers. Telenor Objects (a smallbusiness unit of Telenor Group) has defined a new Connected Object Operatingsystem (COOS) which aims to provide a common platform for thedevices to communicate real time data and to provide value added servicesto the customers. COOS is a modular and flexible platform, and includes aplugin framework offered to device and service developers for easy connectingservices and devices to the platform. The current version of COOS pluginframework is based on Java Standard Edition and OSGI, with some supportfor development on J2ME. This thesis research work aims to provide a briefoverview of the Connected Object concept and the COOS platform architecture.The main goal of this thesis is to design a small footprint version ofthe COOS plugin framework for Windows-based handheld devices. It willalso provide a state-of- the art study on mobile device programming focusingon Windows-based services. This thesis research can serve as a startingdocument to provide a full functioning plugin framework for Windows-baseddevices and services.