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Service-oriented ecosystem enables low cost devices to form interactive 'web of objects'
Date:1/5/2010

eb Services language. "With Web Services, you can directly connect your device to the ERP server without any intermediaries or protocol conversions or data manipulation," says SODA project leader Francois Jammes of Schneider Electric.

"We investigated applications in several domains in factories, buildings, homes, communications, the car industry and public transport. The basic technology enables communications between any device, sensor or actuator that we can find. These devices can then communicate with IT systems, personal computers or even personal digital assistants to provide complete applications over the Internet or intranets."

The original proof of concept of embedding web services in low-cost devices was developed in the earlier ITEA SIRENA project. "No one at the beginning of SIRENA even thought it would be possible to embed web services in a 3 device. This is now possible, with the required environment in terms of tools and open-source software," explains Jammes.

"I initiated SIRENA, where I convinced 15 German, Spanish and French partners to join. Based on the success of SIRENA, we built SODA with 27 partners from 7 countries. Several partners were technology providers that put their results into open source. Others were tool providers and some were integrators, able to demonstrate applicability in their domains. ITEA provided the framework for an open, flexible, industry-oriented project, funded by the public authorities."

Integrating different software services

SODA developed the overall ecosystem to manage applications based on service-oriented architecture (SOA). SOA provides a way of integrating different software modules offering services by enabling them to work together even if they are substantially different in concept. For example, in a home, it is possible to have air-conditioning or home-automation systems controlling temperatures, lights, etc. that can be easily interconnected using this te
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