The progress of building automation devices and networks is curbed by application models with limited device autonomy, static configuration scenarios and frequent explicit user interaction. This paper presents a novel approach inspired to social network interactions for increased object self-configuration and self-orchestration in home and building automation. Objects become autonomous social agents, interacting and coordinating automatically as new information about the environment is available. The framework is grounded on a service-oriented architecture for encapsulating, exchanging and composing device capabilities and on semantic-based service description, discovery and aggregation exploiting non-standard inference services. The proposed approach was implemented in two different testbeds and experimental evaluations of feasibility and performance were carried out with respect to a home automation case study

A semantic-enabled social network of devices for building automation

Loseto, G.;
2017

Abstract

The progress of building automation devices and networks is curbed by application models with limited device autonomy, static configuration scenarios and frequent explicit user interaction. This paper presents a novel approach inspired to social network interactions for increased object self-configuration and self-orchestration in home and building automation. Objects become autonomous social agents, interacting and coordinating automatically as new information about the environment is available. The framework is grounded on a service-oriented architecture for encapsulating, exchanging and composing device capabilities and on semantic-based service description, discovery and aggregation exploiting non-standard inference services. The proposed approach was implemented in two different testbeds and experimental evaluations of feasibility and performance were carried out with respect to a home automation case study
Building automation
internet of things (IoT)
semantic Web
social objects
service-oriented architecture (SOA)
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