Project

SENSE

Semantisches Interoperables Smart Home

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The project "Semantic Interoperable Smart Home" (SENSE) aims to further develop various smart home services for energy, mobility, health, safety and comfort and to making them an essential part of the smart living process - collectively referred to as "Smart Home as a Service". The project aims at a better networking of the individual components of the Smart Home System, which are to be converted into reliable infrastructures with the longest possible performance through their semantic interoperability. The practical work will initially cover the four major application areas of energy, comfort, security and assistance. The laboratory will also deal with semantics, interoperability between technologies, ontologies, system and service behavior, user administration, IT security, and open data models. An essential component of the SENSE project is the establishment of an open and permanently operated Semantic Building Lab as a manufacturer-neutral, pre-competitive laboratory environment in Berlin.

Partners

Zentralverband Elektrotechnik- und Elektronikindustrie (ZVEI), IoT connctd, FH Dortmund

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Contact Person
Dr. Hilko Hoffmann

Publications about the project

Sebastian Alberternst, Alexander Anisimov, André Antakli, Benjamin Duppe, Hilko Hoffmann, Michael Meiser, Muhammad Muaz, Daniel Spieldenner, Ingo Zinnikus

In: Joaquin Ordieres Meré (editor). Sensors - Open Access Journal (Sensors) 21 22 Page 7509 Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute Basel, Switzerland 11/2021.

To the publication
Sebastian Alberternst, Alexander Anisimov, André Antakli, Benjamin Duppe, Hilko Hoffmann, Michael Meiser, Muhammad Muaz, Daniel Spieldenner, Ingo Zinnikus

In: 2021 IEEE/ACM 21st International Symposium on Cluster, Cloud and Internet Computing (CCGrid). IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster, Cloud and Internet Computing (CCGrid-2021) May 10-13 Melbourne Australia Pages 668-675 IEEE 5/2021.

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German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz