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9 Author(s)
Taylor, K. ; CSIRO, Sydney, NSW, Australia ; Griffith, C. ; Lefort, L. ; Gaire, R.
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Here, a Web of Things case study for agriculture focuses on an experimental smart farm that uses a range of environmental sensors and livestock monitoring technologies. An ontology-enabled architecture that permits personal alert specification was applied on the farm and the results analyzed; the observations are published as a linked data cube, which supports longer-term analysis and data sharing from a local to national scale. This case study highlights the business opportunities for such technology for agriculture in the context of a national broadband rollout.

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Intelligent Systems, IEEE  (Volume:28 ,  Issue: 6 )