Re: [Iotsi] New IoT effort at

David Janes <> Mon, 22 August 2016 20:20 UTC

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Hi Ted, everyone,

Great idea.

I'd just like to strong suggest that IOTDB would get mentioned, which is
built exactly upon the concepts being mentioning - i.e. core indivisible
concepts "atoms" related to IoT (such as turning things on and off, setting
the temperature, changing the color, "am I measuring", "am I sensing",
etc), and building on top of

Here's the position paper submitted to the IAB

And here's the vocabularies

Regards, etc....

On Mon, Aug 22, 2016 at 3:22 PM, Ted Hardie <>; wrote:

> Howdy,
> As you may remember from the IOTSI workshop, there was some discussion
> about setting up a "Rosetta stone" site for schemas and ontologies related
> to IoT devices and systems.  Some of the folks in that conversation have
> had some further discussion about the prospect with the folks at
>, which does a similar thing for web-based schemas.   That
> resulted in folks volunteering to set up an "",
> which is meant to help both "things" and services interoperate on a
> semantic level, as a common look-up site for types, properties, and
> enumerated values for structured data found in IoT.
> *There is a short paper outlining the initial work here
> <>
> and a mailing list <!forum/sdo-iot-sync>;. *
> *If you are interested, *please do join the mailing list.  (Since some of
> the folks were not part of IOTSI or other IAB efforts, it might be good
> when you do to introduce yourself)
> *.*
> regards,
> Ted
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