Smart and reliable service interoperability and composition across heterogeneous platforms and networking environments build the foundation for added-value services. Their key requirement is seamless, well-defined and potentially cross-sectorial interoperability among stakeholders on application-, service- and device level. Interoperability has become a competitive factor for many industrial branches such as automotive, aerospace, energy, healthcare or factory and building automation. At the same time it serves as an application enabler for cross-domain business as envisioned e.g. for electro mobility, smart grid or even cooperative engineering.
This workshop encourages communication and exchange of ideas between industrial and academic researchers and developers in the field of preferably embedded middleware, service-oriented architectures and heterogeneous networked environments. It follows the whole path from system engineering over system implementation to system testing and leverages the discussion about industrial practices and future trends.
In the last years the “TeKoMed”-Workshops have been a great opportunity to get in touch with developers, scientists and industry in the fields of the Devices Profile for Web Services (DPWS), information technology in medical applications and related areas of interest. However, the TeKoMed project was successfully concluded and consequently no similar event will be organized by the former project partners.
To preserve the opportunity of exchange about recently finished, currently ongoing and future research and development around the field of embedded web services but also to foster discussion within the community, we want to continue the workshop series. The idea remains the same, however location and name will change.
We have assembled a brand new demo for our booth at the CEBIT 2012 in Hannover. The demo is based on our well-known Smart Window Demo, but now includes NFC technology to make the system more secure. The video below shows the different flavors we have integrated in the demonstrator. Feel free to join us at our CEBIT booth and watch the demo live!
The 83rd IETF Meeting in Paris is approaching (March 25-30, 2012). Of course, WS4D will be there to contribute in the IoT activities of the IETF (6LoWPAN, CoAP and RPL). Feel free to contact us and meet us there!
We will be at all the three major IoT events in Paris:
For the 3rd time, the TeKoMed-Workshop will be held in Lübeck. This year it will be a two days event from 7th to 8th of November 2012. Objective of the workshop is the usage of Service-oriented principles in the domain of medical devices, mainly focusing on device integration in medical institutions like for example hospitals. Of course, everybody is invited to participate! Find more informations on the workshop website.
The scope of the SOCNE workshop is on not only on SOAs in general, but also on (resource constrained) device centric environments, including H2M and M2M scenarios. And of course the REST folk is welcome as well :).
The CeBIT 2011 is over and we proudly showed what is possible with the WS4D frameworks. An Pulse/SpO2 sensor using 6LowPAN and a remote controlled window live from the Embedded 2011 were the highlights.
We showed the total lineup from small devices using the uDWPS up to the newest App for Android using the JMEDS Stack.
PipesBox was used to control the window via a twitter API. That was awesome. Feel free to use our open source stacks and get infected by the web service idea and get curious for the CeBIT 2012.
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As we already posted, the CEBIT in Hannover and the Embedded World on Nürnberg are getting closer. So we posted a preview on the CEBIT demonstrator a few days ago, showing WS4D-uDPWS in action (see the SpO2 finger clip sensor).
Now would like to give a preview on the Embedded World demonstrator here. The video shows our Smart-Window, opening and closing depending on the humidity. The involved technologies are 6LoWPAN, IPv6, CoAP, DPWS, Digitalstrom and several of our existing WS4D tools. Feel free to comment…