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Tuesday, May 3 • 3:30pm - 4:00pm
What Did the Smart Thing Say? Semantic Interoperability for the IoT

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The ability of applications and services to operate across heterogeneous devices and domains is a major barrier to realizing the vision of the Internet of Things (IoT). A primary challenge is to develop standards and best practices that enable the seamless integration of multimodal data. This integrated data could support new types of applications and services that facilitate more comprehensive understanding, insights, and experiences with the things and people around us.

The goal is to achieve semantic interoperability, that is, to represent and exchange information in a form whose meaning is independent of the application generating or using it. Semantic interoperability accomplishes two important objectives:

  1. It enables service-level integration of IoT systems constructed using components from different vendors.
  2. It allows aggregation of data from different domains, such as systems in smart homes, smart cars, and smart cities, to allow for comprehensive data management and analytics.

Significant new business and innovation opportunities will emerge from multi-domain IoT systems. To realize that promise, IoT systems must be designed to support some level of commonality by defining interoperable data and metadata models, formats, and communication protocols. This talk presents various motivating use cases and introduces several example technologies to help get there. In particular, we will focus on the definition and use of semantic models and protocols for representing, exchanging, and integrating data useful for context awareness, personalization, and decentralized quality assurance for IoT systems, such as personalizing lights in your smart home.

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Presenters
avatar for Cory Henson

Cory Henson

Robert Bosch LLC
Cory Henson is a senior research scientist at the Bosch Research and Technology Center. He leads the design and development of protocols and data models for Bezirk, an open IoT platform utilized in a variety of cross-domain IoT solutions. Cory also holds an Adjunct Faculty position at Wright State University. Prior to his current assignment, Cory earned a PhD in Computer Science from WSU, where he worked with the Kno.e.sis Center applying... Read More →
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João de Sousa

Robert Bosch LLC
João de Sousa founded Bezirk after working as a senior expert on IoT consumer applications at Bosch. He is also an Adjunct Associate Professor with the Institute for Software Research at Carnegie Mellon University. He obtained a PhD in Computer Science from CMU in 2005 and became an Assistant Professor at George Mason University before joining Bosch in 2012. Before coming to the United States, João worked for 10 years as a chief... Read More →


Tuesday May 3, 2016 3:30pm - 4:00pm
Fairbanks A

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