Internet of smart things, a study on embedding agents and information as a service

Authors Rick van der Paauw, Daniël Telgen, John-Jules Meyer, Melvin van den Berg, Leo van Moergestel, Kasper van Voorst, Marco Knol, Erik Puik
Published in Proceedings
Publication date 27 April 2016
Research groups Smart Systems for Healthy Living
Type Lecture


From the article: "The term Internet of Things (IoT) is used for situations where one or more devices are connected to a network or possibly the Internet. Most studies focus on the possibilities that arise when a device is capable to share its data with other devices or humans. In this study, the focus is on the device itself and what kind of possibilities an Internet connection gives to the device and its owner or user. Also the data the device needs to participate in a smart way in the IoT are part of this study. Agent technology is the enabling technology for the ideas introduced here. A proof of concept is given, where some concepts proposed in the paper are put into practice."


Language English
Published in Proceedings
Key words Agent-based, Internet of things, Device Information, Life Cycle Dependent Information
Page range 102-109

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