FIESTA-IoT contributed to ISWC 2016. The 15th International Semantic Web Conference held in Kobe, Japan in October, 2016.
FIESTA-IoT co-organised and delivered a tutorial entitled: “Semantic Web meets Internet of Things and Web of Things”.
Semantic Web technologies have been effectively used in various domains, particularly, to address the heterogeneity challenge to: Ease the interconnection of such data. Deduce new knowledge to build smart applications. Maintain interoperability at data processing, management and storage. The tutorial examined how such benefits apply to the emerging IoT domain. Amelie Gyrard from FIESTA-IoT was one of a team of presenters who covered topics including:
- The basics of Internet of Things and Web of Things (WoT) in order to enable the rapid development of semantics-based Web of Things applications.
- Demonstrate how semantic web technologies are employed for semantic annotation and reasoning on data to build interoperable IoT/WoT applications.
- Showcase of real-world use case scenarios which are designed using semantically enabled IoT frameworks including FIESTA-IoT.
Further information about the tutorial is available at: http://sensormeasurement.appspot.com/?p=ISWC2016Tutorial