System Architecture and Networking (SAN)
|Eindhoven University of Technology|
SOFIA project wins the Artemis Exhibition Award again at ITEA/ARTEMIS Co-summit in Ghent, Belgium as the best project out of 25 Artemis projects. This is the second ITEA/ARTEMIS award in a row for SOFIA!
Smart Objects For Intelligent Applications (SOFIA) is funded through the European Artemis programme under the subprogramme SP3 Smart environments and scalable digital service.
The mission of SOFIA project is to create a semantic interoperability platform which enables and maintains cross-industry interoperability which is a platform for new services. Concurrently the solution will foster innovation while maintaining value of existing legacy multi-vendor interoperability platform.
Project Start Date: 01/01/2009
Project End Date : 31/12/2011
Check out our latest demo videos!
Resource/Service Management for a smart space composed of Smart-M3 and OSAS nodes (September 2011)
Smart Lighting System: Interoperability with resource budgets (October 2010)
Smart Lighting System: Interoperability (June 2010)
Context Aware Lighting (March 2010)
People from SAN Group
Development for the SOFIA Interoperability Platform
SAN group is doing research on providing interoperability of the SOFIA architecture with extremely small capability devices (e.g. 8MHz CPU) and reliability of the services provided. Our aim is to enhance and incorporate the light-weight OSAS (Open Service Architecture for Sensors) framework built by SAN into the SOFIA architecture. OSAS has been initially developed as an event based programming system for sensor networks. The resulting architecture will be capable of doing resource monitoring, resource management and service quality management for smart applications which are accessed through ownership policies. The indoor smart space domain with smart lighting scenarios is of particular interest.
Preliminary research: Presentation (pdf)
Progress Summary (End of month 30):
The wireless light sensor and the 64-PhidgetLED actuator nodes:
Some pictures from the demo:
Presentations (background and current research):
Sachin Bhardwaj, Tanir Ozcelebi, Johan Lukkien, Richard Verhoeven, "A Smart LED Lighting System Based on a Novel Illumination Model". submitted to IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics.
Sachin Bhardwaj, Aly A. Syed, Tanir Ozcelebi, J.J. Lukkien, "Power-managed Smart Lighting Using a Semantic Interoperability Architecture", IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics (TCE), Vol.57, Issue 2, pp. 420-427, May, 2011.
Sachin Bhardwaj, Tanir Ozcelebi, Richard Verhoeven, Johan Lukkien, "Delay Performance in a Semantic Interoperability Architecture" in IEEE SAINT, Workshop on Semantic Interoperability for Smart Spaces (SISS), Munich, Germany, July 18-21, 2011.
Sachin Bhardwaj, Aly A. Syed, Tanir Ozcelebi, J.J. Lukkien, "Power-managed Smart Lighting Using a Semantic Interoperability Architecture", IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics (ICCE), Las Vegas, USA, January 2011.
Sachin Bhardwaj, Tanir Ozcelebi, Johan Lukkien and Richard Verhoeven, "Semantic Interoperability in a Heterogeneous Smart Lighting System" in Proceedings of the IEEE SCC, the 1st International Workshop on Semantic Interoperability for Smart Spaces (SISS 2010), Riccione, June 2010, Italy.
Sachin Bhardwaj, Tanir Ozcelebi and Johan Lukkien, "Smart Lighting Using LED Luminaries", in Proceedings of the IEEE PerCom 2010, SmartE Workshop, March 2010, Mannheim, Germany.
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Last update: 22/9/2011