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An integration platform for developing digital life applications

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This paper describes how we develop a digital life service system by integrating developed separately applications. A lot of Internet appliances are implemented and integrated to evaluate this integration platform. Users can control these appliances by a web browser. We integrated seamlessly these appliances as a whole on the web platform. A home gateway is used as the integration platform. A GPRS modem and a Bluetooth module are connected to the home gateway. The home gateway can thus communicate with all the appliances through the Bluetooth module, and provide a way to approach each appliance from Internet. For each appliance there is a corresponding CGI program to provide as the user interface. Users of the appliance can control each appliance through the web browser. Users can access the appliance through Internet at any place and any time. The GPRS modem can send SMS to user when there are any emergency events.

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Parallel and Distributed Systems, 2007 International Conference on  (Volume:2 )

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5-7 Dec. 2007