Quality Assurance of IoT based Home Automation Application using Modified ISO/IEC 25010

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Volume-69 Issue-2
Year of Publication : 2021
Authors : Rohini Temkar, Anand Bhaskar
DOI :  10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V69I2P213


MLA Style: Rohini Temkar, Anand Bhaskar  "Quality Assurance of IoT based Home Automation Application using Modified ISO/IEC 25010" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 69.2(2021):92-101. 

APA Style:Rohini Temkar, Anand Bhaskar. Quality Assurance of IoT based Home Automation Application using Modified ISO/IEC 25010. International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, 69(2), 92-101.

With the development and emergence of technologies Internet of Things (IoT) is reaching maximum connectivity. The enormous and heterogeneous devices are responsible for producing and sharing a huge amount of data, which arises a need to focus on quality assurance of IoT applications. Traditional quality models are designed to evaluate the quality of software applications. Due to mobility and wireless connectivity in IoT applications, these quality models need to be enhanced. In order to focus on this need, in this paper, the modified ISO/IEC 25010 quality model for quality assurance of IoT applications is presented. The existing ISO/IEC model has been modified and formulated to incorporate the feature of IoT applications like software-hardware collaboration and networked, wireless mobile connectivity. The proposed model considers functionality, compatibility, security, performance, usability, reliability, maintainability, and portability. To evaluate the effectiveness and validate the performance of the proposed model, IoT-based home automation is simulated with five different scenarios. The validation of the various software quality metrics has shown improved quality scores over the existing quality assurance metrics.

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Quality Assurance, Internet of Things, Home Automation