Appendix III - Device Proxy
This Annex describes a Theory of Operations for the
defined in the Device:2 Data Model.
Device.ProxiedDevice table is defined as:
“Each entry in the table is a ProxiedDevice object that is a mount point. Each ProxiedDevice represents distinct hardware Devices. ProxiedDevice objects are virtual and abstracted representation of functionality that exists on hardware other than that which the Agent is running.”
An implementation of the
Device.ProxiedDevice. object may be used in an IoT Gateway that proxies devices that are connected to it via technologies other tha USP such as Z-Wave, ZigBee, Wi-Fi, etc. By designating a table of
ProxiedDevice objects, each defined as a mount point, this allows a data model with objects that are mountable to be used to represent the capabilities of each of the
ProxiedDevice table instances.
For example, if
Device.TemperatureSensor. objects modeled by the Agent, the
Device.ProxiedDevice.1.WiFi.Radio.1. models a distinctly separate hardware device and has no relationship with
ProxiedDevice objects may each represent entirely different types of devices each with a different set of objects. The
ProxiedDevice.1.TemperatureSensor.1. object has no physical relationship to
ProxiedDevice.2.TemperatureSensor.1. as they represent temperature sensors that exist on separate hardware. The mount point allows
Device.ProxiedDevice.1.TemperatureSensor. to represent the full set of capabilities for the device being proxied. This provides a Controller a distinct path to each