Development of an insurance application systems interoperability toolbox for business organizations

  • Shakemore Chinofunga
  • Taurai Sengerai
  • Fungai Jacqueline Kiwa
  • Mary Shangwa
  • Rebecca Munasha
  • Gideon Mazanbani
Keywords: Application Programming Interfaces (APIs); Internet of Things (IoT); Interoperability; Service Oriented Architecture (SOA); System Architecture


The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the foremost rapidly creating areas within the innovation division. It houses numerous conventions, benchmarks of communications, and middleware stages. The fact that the IoT landscape is heterogeneous in nature is additionally one of its most basic challenges. There is a great need to make sure that there is a framework that guides the interoperability of services across business people. In any case, this has come about in numerous endeavors focusing on particular vertical IoT sectors, such as keen framework. To progress such endeavors, an interoperability system that is versatile in common is required. Interoperability is one of the key prerequisites within the Internet of Things, considering the diverse platforms, communication benchmarks, and specifications accessible nowadays. Characteristic asset limitations within the majority of the IoT devices make it exceptionally difficult to utilize existing arrangements thus demanding new approaches. This proposition makes a difference construct, the unique model for the IoT interoperability framework, and presents the method of adjusting a lightweight interoperability middleware for that reason, and assesses memory and control overheads. The middleware takes after a service-oriented design and classifies devices, agreeing to accessible assets to assign distinctive parts, such as Application, Benefit, and Director Nodes. These parts live totally different levels in a nonexclusive IoT design, where the Director Hubs are found within the middle Fog layer, the middleware characterizes and handles a set of occasions that are utilized to communicate with the client application.


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eISSN: 2805-3478
print ISSN: 1597-4316