Abstracting Interactions with IoT Devices Towards a Semantic Vision of Smart Spaces
Several instances of SemIoTic have been deployed and used in IoT spaces. At the Donald Bren Hall building of UC Irvine, building occupants have access to Concierge and Building Analytics smart applications and building administrators have access to a Contact Tracing Application to help combat the spread of COVID-19. Also, SemIoTic has been deployed inside a navy ship from the Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) in the context of the Trident Warrior exercise 2019/2020. SemIoTic enabled testing of applications such as occupancy analysis in multiple regions of the ship.
Useful links and references
- SemIoTic is developed as part of the TIPPERS (Testbed for IoT-based Privacy-Preserving PERvasive Spaces) DARPA research project.
- A Privacy-Enabled Platform for COVID-19 Applications
- Transitioning from testbeds to ships: an experience study in deploying the TIPPERS Internet of Things platform to the US Navy
- Sentaur: Sensor Observable Data Model for Smart Spaces