Patrick Gatellier

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This document presents the SEMbySEM project aiming to provide a framework for universal sensors management by semantics. The entire scope from the sensors description to the End-users display is addressed, including sensors connection and events handling, system ontology, business rules design, graphical models and End-users display. Within the course of(More)
In this paper, we describe the fully dynamic semantic portal we implemented, integrating Semantic Web technologies and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). The goals of the portal are twofold: first it helps administrators to easily propose new features in the portal using semantics to ease the orchestration process; secondly it automatically generates a(More)
The OASIS standard Devices Profile for Web Services (DPWS) enables the use of Web services on smart and resource-constrained devices, which are the cornerstones of the Internet of Things (IoT). DPWS sees a perspective of being able to build service-oriented and event-driven IoT applications on top of these devices with secure Web service capabilities and a(More)
The devices profile for Web services (DPWS) standard enables the use of Web services for resource-constrained devices, main components of the Internet of Things (IoT). DPWS can power the next generation of IoT applications by connecting millions of networked devices and services on the Web. This paper presents a simulator, called DPWSim, to support the use(More)
Emergency management is a highly critical domain where the information transmission in real-time to the appropriate stakeholders is essential. Based on the results of the “Web of Objects” ITEA 2 project, this paper presents an IoT-based devices collaboration solution across an emergency management workflow, where the exchanged messages are(More)
In order to pave the way towards the emerging business perspective of the IoT-based applications, the “Web of Objects” project contributes to the development/establishment of the application layer on the top of the IoT-related technologies, enabling to include in complex business applications various devices that are connected to Internet by(More)
Weak support tools for the development of rule bases constitute the main motivations leading the researchers to find new ways to standardize rule languages. For example, the lack of the notion of ‘variable’ in OWL makes it very difficult to rely on the W3C languages in their ‘native’ form to build up ‘real’ inference engines for rule processing. For(More)
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