RDF provisioning for the Internet of Things

  title={RDF provisioning for the Internet of Things},
  author={Henning Hasemann and Alexander Kr{\"o}ller and Max Pagel},
  journal={2012 3rd IEEE International Conference on the Internet of Things},
We present the platform-independent Wiselib RDF Provider for embedded IoT devices such as sensor nodes. It enables the devices to act as semantic data providers. They can describe themselves, including their services, sensors, and capabilities, by means of RDF documents. Used in a protocol stack that provides Internet connectivity (6LowPAN) and a service layer (CoAP), a sensor can autoconfigure itself, connect to the Internet, and provide Linked Data without manual intervention. We introduce… CONTINUE READING
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