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Semantic IoT Solutions -A Developer Perspective: Semantic Interoperability White Paper

Abstract : Semantic technologies have recently gained significant support in a number of communities, in particular the IoT community. An important problem to be solved is that, on the one hand, it is clear that the value of IoT increases significantly with the availability of information from a wide variety of domains. On the other hand, existing solutions target specific applications or application domains and there is no easy way of sharing information between the resulting silos. Thus, a solution is needed to enable interoperability across information silos. As there is a huge heterogeneity regarding IoT technologies on the lower levels, the semantic level is seen as a promising approach for achieving interoperability (i.e. semantic interoperability) to unify IoT device description, data, bring common interaction, data exploration, etc.
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Hamza Baqa, Martin Bauer, Sonia Bilbao, Aitor Corchero, Laura Daniele, et al.. Semantic IoT Solutions -A Developer Perspective: Semantic Interoperability White Paper. 51p, 2019, ⟨10.13140/RG.2.2.16339.53286⟩. ⟨emse-02345694⟩



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