Managing large volume of devices in machine-to-machine systems and large scale cyber-physical systems with least effort is a challenging and critical issue. In this work, we design and implement an out-of-box device management to automatically add and remove devices from the system, based on the connectivity. While the devices can be managed automatically, the security and privacy issues are both handled with minimal users' actions. The devices are checked against for their authority and the communications are encrypted with proper security level, according to the computation capability of the devices.

		 year = { 2014 },
		 title = { Out-of-box device management for large scale cyber-physical systems },
		 pages = { 402--407 },
		 organization = { IEEE },
		 booktitle = { Internet of Things (iThings), 2014 IEEE International Conference on, and Green Computing and Communications (GreenCom), IEEE and Cyber, Physical and Social Computing (CPSCom), IEEE },
		 author = { Shih, Chi-Sheng and Chou, Chun-Ting and Lin, Kwei-Jay and Tsai, Bo-Lun and Lee, Chen-Husan and Cheng, Doug and Chou, Chun-Jer }}