WF-IOT 2014, World Forum on Internet of Things, 6-8 March 2014, Seoul, Korea
The Internet of Things, more specifically, the Machine-to-Machine (M2M) standard enables machines and devices such as sensors to communicate with each other without human intervention. The M2M devices provide a great deal of M2M data, mainly used for specific M2M applications such as weather forecasting, healthcare or building automation. Existing
applications are domain-specific and use their own descriptions of devices and measurements. A major challenge is to combine M2M data provided by these heterogeneous domains and by
different projects. It is really a difficult task to understand the meaning of the M2M data to later reason about them.We propose a semantic-based approach to automatically combine, enrich
and reason about M2M data to provide promising cross-domain M2M applications. A proof-of-concept to validate our approach is published online (http://sensormeasurement.appspot.com/).
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