Anything and everything will be connected in the world of IoT. This allows a ubiquitous communication around the world. The communication can be a sensed data from the physical world, or control signal for a device or else a usual internet data communication. There can be several ways with which the real world device can communicate to the IoT platform. Bluetooth is one such technology which allows communication between a device in the real world and IoT network. Bluetooth Scatternet concept, gives a bluetooth network the capability to support multiple concurrent bluetooth device communication over a wide area.. This paper discuss about a custom build intra and inter piconet scheduling model and its real-time validation on our own IoT platform which includes the Gateway, AGway (Amrita Gateway) and Middleware, AIoTm (Amrita Internet of Things Middleware). The paper emphasis on scatternet building and scatternet maintenance. The entire implementation is based on the linux bluetooth stack Blue-Z.
L. Mohan, Jinesh, M. K., Bipin, K., Harikrishnan, P., and Shiju Sathyadevan, “Implementation of Scatternet in an Intelligent IoT Gateway”, in Emerging ICT for Bridging the Future - Proceedings of the 49th Annual Convention of the Computer Society of India CSI Volume 2, Hyderabad, 2015, vol. 338, pp. 275–287.