Schumacher, "IPv6 over Low- Power Wireless Personal Area Networks (6LoWPANs
): Overview, assumptions, problem statement, and goals," Internet Eng.
is a technology that aims to use IPv6 over the Internet of Things (IoT) and sensor networks, through the IEEE 802.11.4 standard.
This technique is managed and controlled by the distribution of WSANs in the lecture halls, laboratories, and faculty members' offices in the assigned building using the communication protocols such as ZigBee and 6LoWPAN
. Such protocols are integrated into a large number of home automation devices that are usually integrated with computation and sensing; WSAN devices are available commercially with low cost and radio communication capabilities  systems, most with small size and low power features.
The border router communicates with On-Board Units (OBUs) using the ETSI ITS G5 and with the parking sensors and cameras using 6LoWPAN
The introduction of an adaptation layer (6LoWPAN
) in the network protocol stack enabled the integration of low power networks of IoT with IPv6, maximizing the utilization of available resources while benefiting from the huge address space of IPv6.
Its design is directly linked to the development of IPv6 over Low Power Wireless Personal Area Networks (6LoWPAN
) ,  and based on Distance Vector Algorithms.
NEMO-HWSN is modular and is based on 6LoWPAN
protocol for communication and RFID and NFC technology for identification.
Its customer base leverage the company's IP to deliver integration of Wi-Fi with low-power technologies like BLE and 6LoWPAN
for reliable, secure connectivity.
[20-22] es un protocolo para el transporte de informacion sobre redes Mesh inalambricas IEEE 802.15.4, desarrollado para conectar a Internet dispositivos embebidos a traves de la simplificacion de la funcionalidad IPv6.