JOLIE COOG BUILDINGS: INTERNET OF THINGS FOR SMART BUILDING INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORTING CONCURRENT APPS UTILIZING DISTIBUTED MICROSERVICES

  • Kamill Marselevich Gusmanov Innopolis University
  • Kevin Radzhnishevich Khanda Innopolis University
  • Dilshat Bulatovich Salikhov Innopolis University
  • Manuel Mazzara Innopolis University
  • Nikolaos Mavridis Innopolis University

Аннотация

A large percentage of buildings, domestic or special-purpose, is expected to become increasingly “smarter” in the future, due to the immense benefits in terms of energy saving, safety, flexibility, and comfort, that relevant new technologies offer. However, concerning the hardware, software, or platform levels, no clearly dominant standard frameworks currently exist. Here, we will present a prototype platform for supporting multiple concurrent applications for smart buildings, which is utilizing an advanced sensor network as well as a distributed micro services architecture, centrally featuring the Jolie language. The architecture and benefits of our system are discussed, as well as a prototype containing a number of nodes and a user interface, deployed in a real-world academic building environment. Our results illustrate the promising nature of our approach, as well as open avenues for future work towards it wider and larger scale applicability.


 

Сведения об авторах

Kamill Marselevich Gusmanov, Innopolis University

Student

Kevin Radzhnishevich Khanda, Innopolis University

Student

Dilshat Bulatovich Salikhov, Innopolis University

Student

Manuel Mazzara, Innopolis University

Deputy-head of Software Engineering lab

Nikolaos Mavridis, Innopolis University

Prof. Dr., Full Profesor, Head of Cognitive Robotics System Laboratory

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Опубликована
2016-11-25
Как цитировать
GUSMANOV, Kamill Marselevich et al. JOLIE COOG BUILDINGS: INTERNET OF THINGS FOR SMART BUILDING INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORTING CONCURRENT APPS UTILIZING DISTIBUTED MICROSERVICES. Международный научный журнал «Современные информационные технологии и ИТ-образование», [S.l.], v. 12, n. 1, p. 200-207, nov. 2016. ISSN 2411-1473. Доступно на: <http://sitito.cs.msu.ru/index.php/SITITO/article/view/31>. Дата доступа: 24 jan. 2022
Раздел
Интернет вещей: стандарты, коммуникационные и ИТ, сетевые приложения