Integrating the AAL CasAware Platform Within an IoT Ecosystem, Leveraging the INTER-IoT Approach
Gianfranco E. Modoni , Enrico G. Caldarola , Marco Sacco , Katarzyna Wasielewska , Maria Ganzha , Marcin Paprzycki , Paweł Szmeja , W. Pawłowski , Carlos E. Palau , Bartłomiej Solarz-Niesłuchowski
CasAware is an Ambient-Assisted Living platform, which aims at improving level of comfort and well-being of inhabitants, while optimizing energy consumption. A key feature for a successful realization of such a platform is its integration with other available/deployed IoT solutions. Indeed, this integration has to facilitate smooth communication between the CasAware platform and devices, and other IoT devices, in particular to enable the exchange of data sets among them. In this paper, we introduce an approach, followed in CasAware, to realize such integration. Specifically, the proposed solution exploits the guidelines of the INTER-IoT project, which proposed a framework for inter-platform communication. So far, various existing IoT platforms have been plugged into this framework, originating from multiple application fields, thus demonstrating the advantages of such integration, capable of disregarding the specific application context. The idea behind the herein presented study is that an INTER-IoT-based approach can guarantee enhancement of interoperability between CasAware and other platforms, thus promoting a unified view of the data, from client’s perspective, within the complete IoT ecosystem.
|Book||Singh Amit Prakash, Pawłowski Wiesław, Tanwar Sudeep, Kumar Neeraj, Rodrigues Joel J. P. C., Obaidat Mohammad S. (eds.): Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, vol. 121, 2020, Springer, ISBN 978-981-15-3368-6|
|Keywords in English||INTER-IoT, Internet-of-Things (IoT), CasAware, Smart home, IoT platforms, Semantic interoperability|
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