Dynamic Sensor Registration and Semantic Processing for ad-hoc MOBile Environments (SemMOB)

author: Pramod Anantharam, Wright State University
published: Dec. 3, 2012,   recorded: November 2012,   views: 8116


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SemMOB enables dynamic registration of sensors via mobile devices, search, and near real-time inference over sensor observations in ad-hoc mobile environments (e.g., fire fighting). We demonstrate SemMOB in the context of an emergency response use case that requires automatic and dynamic registrations of sensor devices and annotation of sensor observations, decoding of latitude-longitude information in terms of human sensible names, fusion and abstraction of sensor values using background knowledge, and their visualization using mash-up.

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