PLATO - Intelligent middleware platform for the collection, analysis, processing of data from multiple heterogeneous sensor systems and application development for business intelligence
The "Internet of Things" along with the "Internet ofServices" is expected to undertake a significant role in our lives for the years to come. The versatility of its components and the ability to harvest, as well as consume, ubiquitous services in addition to information from different providers, are among the main challenges for the expansion. Main information producers will consist of networks of small smart objects. These interconnected smart nodes are equipped with different micro controllers, use different network protocols and have different operational requirements. In this paper we propose a framework that confronts all types of heterogeneities in order to manage smart nodes and their data in business intelligence applications. © 2012 IEEE.
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