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  • Enabling IoT ecosystems through platform interoperability 

    Bröring, Arne; Schmid, Stefan; Schindhelm, Corina-Kim; Khelil, Abdelmajid; Kabisch, Sebastian; Kramer, Denis; Le Phuoc, Danh; Mitic, Jelena; Anicic, Darko; Teniente López, Ernest (2017-01-01)
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    Today, the Internet of Things (IoT) comprises vertically oriented platforms for things. Developers who want to use them need to negotiate access individually and adapt to the platform-specific API and information models. ...
  • Interoperability developments for next generation multifunctional ocean sensor systems in nexos 

    Toma, Daniel; Río Fernandez, Joaquín del; Manuel Lázaro, Antonio; Moreno Lupiáñez, Manuel; Bröring, Arne; Pearlman, Jay; Delory, Eric (SARTI, 2013)
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  • Interoperability developments for next generation multifunctional ocean sensor systems in NeXOS 

    Toma, Daniel; Río Fernandez, Joaquín del; Manuel Lázaro, Antonio; Moreno Lupiáñez, Manuel; Bröring, Arne; Pearlman, Jay; Delory, Eric (2013)
    Conference report
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    Sensor technology is rapidly advancing, enabling smaller and less expensive instruments to monitor Earth’s environment. It is expected that many more kinds and quantities of networked environmental sensors will be ...
  • Interoperable data management and instrument control experiences at OBSEA 

    Río Fernandez, Joaquín del; Toma, Daniel; O'Reilly, T.C.; Bröring, Arne; Manuel Lázaro, Antonio; Headley, K.; Edgington, D.R. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2011)
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    In this article we describe our experiences with interoperable data management and instrument control standards in the Western Mediterranean Cabled Observatory, OBSEA (www.obsea.es) (Figure 1). The SARTI research group ...
  • On the road to secure and privacy-preserving IoT ecosystems 

    Hernández Serrano, Juan; Muñoz Tapia, José Luis; Bröring, Arne; Esparza Martín, Óscar; Mikkelsen, Lars; Schwarzott, Wolfgang; León Abarca, Olga; Zibuschka, Jan (Springer, 2017)
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    The Internet of Things (IoT) is on the rise. Today, various IoT platforms are already available, giving access to myriads of things. Initiatives such as BIG IoT are bringing those IoT platforms together in order to form ...
  • Puck protocol use case at obsea. Puck is the newest ogc standard for instrument identification and communication 

    Río Fernandez, Joaquín del; Toma, Daniel; O'Reilly, Thomas C.; Bröring, Arne; Dana, David R.; Bache, Felix; Headley, Kent L.; Manuel Lázaro, Antonio; Edgington, Duane R. (SARTI, 2011)
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  • Smart sensors for interoperable smart ocean environment 

    Toma, Daniel; O'Reilly, T.C.; Río Fernandez, Joaquín del; Headley, K.; Manuel Lázaro, Antonio; Bröring, Arne (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2011)
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    Smart Ocean Environments are currently considered a key factor to connect the physical world with the information world. A Smart Ocean Environment can be defined as the combination of a physical environment, a collection ...
  • Standards-based plug & work for instruments in ocean observing system 

    Río Fernandez, Joaquín del; Toma, Daniel; O'Reilly, Thomas C.; Bröring, Arne; Dana, David R.; Bache, Félix; Headley, Kent L.; Manuel Lázaro, Antonio; Edgington, Duane R. (2014-07-01)
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    Ocean observing systems may include a wide variety of sensor and instrument types, each with its own capabilities, communication protocols, and data formats. Connecting disparate devices into a network typically requires ...
  • The BIG IoT API: semantically enabling IoT interoperability 

    Bröring, Arne; Ziller, Andreas; Charpenay, Victor; Linares Herreros, María Paz (2018-10)
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    Today, internet of things (IoT) platforms offer proprietary interfaces and protocols. To enable interoperable interaction with those platforms we present the generic BIG IoT API that employs a novel approach for self-description ...