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The Web of Things research group of Siemens was established in Berkeley in September 2013 in order to investigate the application of semantic web technologies to Internet of Things. The ultimate goal is to establish seamless networking and collaboration by empowering machines to describe and share their offerings and needs in a machine comprehensible way.
A selection of our projects:
Consumerization marks the trend of consumer devices driving professional business domains. How to extend Healthcare services by wearable sensors?
The idea of activity streams originated by decoupling the meaning of social media events (e.g. “User X posted a new status”) from internal data models. How can activity streams be applied to networked objects?
Effectively describing different phases of the plant life cycle is a major development. Howe can we leverage this for configuring devices at run-time?
From product design to manufacturer is a manual process. What would be the merits of an automatic market place matching between producers and designers?