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Opening information of low capacity embedded systems for Smart Spaces

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4 Author(s)
Jussi Kiljander ; VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Oulu, Finland ; Matti Eteläperä ; Janne Takalo-Mattila ; Juha-Pekka Soininen

Smart Spaces are an emerging computing paradigm in which various devices of our everyday environment share information autonomously with each other in order to provide services to people in the environment. Achieving reliable way to share information between heterogeneous devices is not an easy process however. Solutions that are independent of application domain and that provide interoperability for the devices of the Smart Space are needed. This paper presents a new application domain independent approach for low capacity embedded systems to be part of applications and use cases based on semantic information interoperability. The approach uses NoTA and Smart-M3 solutions to open embedded information for devices in the Smart Space. A reference implementation of smart greenhouse is used to demonstrate the approach in practice.

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Intelligent Solutions in Embedded Systems (WISES), 2010 8th Workshop on

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8-9 July 2010