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Web-of-Objects (WoO)-based context aware emergency fire management systems for the Internet of Things.

Shamszaman ZU, Ara SS, Chong I, Jeong YK - Sensors (Basel) (2014)

Bottom Line: To handle a fire emergency, we present a decision support tool for the emergency fire management team.The previous fire incident log is the basis of the decision support system.A log repository collects all the emergency fire incident logs from ViOs and stores them in a repository.

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Affiliation: Department of CICE, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Yongin-si 449-791, Korea. shamyo@ymail.com.

ABSTRACT
Recent advancements in the Internet of Things (IoT) and the Web of Things (WoT) accompany a smart life where real world objects, including sensing devices, are interconnected with each other. The Web representation of smart objects empowers innovative applications and services for various domains. To accelerate this approach, Web of Objects (WoO) focuses on the implementation aspects of bringing the assorted real world objects to the Web applications. In this paper; we propose an emergency fire management system in the WoO infrastructure. Consequently, we integrate the formation and management of Virtual Objects (ViO) which are derived from real world physical objects and are virtually connected with each other into the semantic ontology model. The charm of using the semantic ontology is that it allows information reusability, extensibility and interoperability, which enable ViOs to uphold orchestration, federation, collaboration and harmonization. Our system is context aware, as it receives contextual environmental information from distributed sensors and detects emergency situations. To handle a fire emergency, we present a decision support tool for the emergency fire management team. The previous fire incident log is the basis of the decision support system. A log repository collects all the emergency fire incident logs from ViOs and stores them in a repository.

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All the required objects to handle a fire emergency situation is considered in this figure. Virtual representation of all objects maintains the semantic relation with each other. For better visualization, all the objects are shown with arc but any kind of combination is possible based on the application requirement.
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Mentions: The emergency fire ontology is based on the concepts of systems, processes, and observations. It supports the description of the physical and processing structure of objects. Objects are not constrained to physical sensing devices only; rather, an object is anything that can provide the value of an occurrence, so a device or computational process or combination could play the role of an object. The representation of an object in the ontology links together what it measures, the physical sensor and its functions and processing. WoO semantic ontology map in Figure 3 shows the relationship of each object to gather data and information according to its specification.


Web-of-Objects (WoO)-based context aware emergency fire management systems for the Internet of Things.

Shamszaman ZU, Ara SS, Chong I, Jeong YK - Sensors (Basel) (2014)

All the required objects to handle a fire emergency situation is considered in this figure. Virtual representation of all objects maintains the semantic relation with each other. For better visualization, all the objects are shown with arc but any kind of combination is possible based on the application requirement.
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f3-sensors-14-02944: All the required objects to handle a fire emergency situation is considered in this figure. Virtual representation of all objects maintains the semantic relation with each other. For better visualization, all the objects are shown with arc but any kind of combination is possible based on the application requirement.
Mentions: The emergency fire ontology is based on the concepts of systems, processes, and observations. It supports the description of the physical and processing structure of objects. Objects are not constrained to physical sensing devices only; rather, an object is anything that can provide the value of an occurrence, so a device or computational process or combination could play the role of an object. The representation of an object in the ontology links together what it measures, the physical sensor and its functions and processing. WoO semantic ontology map in Figure 3 shows the relationship of each object to gather data and information according to its specification.

Bottom Line: To handle a fire emergency, we present a decision support tool for the emergency fire management team.The previous fire incident log is the basis of the decision support system.A log repository collects all the emergency fire incident logs from ViOs and stores them in a repository.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of CICE, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Yongin-si 449-791, Korea. shamyo@ymail.com.

ABSTRACT
Recent advancements in the Internet of Things (IoT) and the Web of Things (WoT) accompany a smart life where real world objects, including sensing devices, are interconnected with each other. The Web representation of smart objects empowers innovative applications and services for various domains. To accelerate this approach, Web of Objects (WoO) focuses on the implementation aspects of bringing the assorted real world objects to the Web applications. In this paper; we propose an emergency fire management system in the WoO infrastructure. Consequently, we integrate the formation and management of Virtual Objects (ViO) which are derived from real world physical objects and are virtually connected with each other into the semantic ontology model. The charm of using the semantic ontology is that it allows information reusability, extensibility and interoperability, which enable ViOs to uphold orchestration, federation, collaboration and harmonization. Our system is context aware, as it receives contextual environmental information from distributed sensors and detects emergency situations. To handle a fire emergency, we present a decision support tool for the emergency fire management team. The previous fire incident log is the basis of the decision support system. A log repository collects all the emergency fire incident logs from ViOs and stores them in a repository.

No MeSH data available.