Graduate School and Research Center in Digital Sciences

Abstracting and interacting with vehicles in the Web of things

Klotz, Benjamin; Alvarez-Coello, Daniel; Wilms, Daniel; Troncy, Raphaël

W3C 2019, 2nd W3C Workshop on the Web of Things (The Open Web to Challenge IoT Fragmentation), 3-5 June, 2019, Munich, Germany

The Web of Things offers a platform-independent solution for interacting with connected devices. An important vertical of the WoT is the transportation domain with, at its core, autonomous systems and among others, connected vehicles. They can be seen as complex artefacts , as they are composed of many sensors and actuators, legacy specifications and safety criticality, which leads to additional challenges for cross-domain interoperability, scalability and safety. In this paper, we argue that the specifications around the Web of Things used with domain specific ontologies such as VSSo and the driving context ontology are relevant for connected vehicles. Our position is that Thing Descriptions require adaptations for complex Things or networks of Things: fine-grained access control and safety impacted by security. We propose a demonstration of a connected vehicle and a discussion on the topics of complex connected things acting as gateways of Things.

Document Bibtex

Title:Abstracting and interacting with vehicles in the Web of things
Department:Data Science
Eurecom ref:5940
Bibtex: @inproceedings{EURECOM+5940, year = {2019}, title = {{A}bstracting and interacting with vehicles in the {W}eb of things}, author = {{K}lotz, {B}enjamin and {A}lvarez-{C}oello, {D}aniel and {W}ilms, {D}aniel and {T}roncy, {R}apha{\"e}l}, booktitle = {{W}3{C} 2019, 2nd {W}3{C} {W}orkshop on the {W}eb of {T}hings ({T}he {O}pen {W}eb to {C}hallenge {I}o{T} {F}ragmentation), 3-5 {J}une, 2019, {M}unich, {G}ermany}, address = {{M}unich, {GERMANY}}, month = {06}, url = {} }
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