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The Semantic Product Memory: An Interactive Black Box for Smart Objects

The Semantic Product Memory: An Interactive Black Box for Smart Objects

This video was recorded at 7th Extended Semantic Web Conference (ESWC), Heraklion 2010. A semantic product memory stores a diary of an individual physical object in a persistent way on an embedded sensor system that is networked by wireless communication to a smart environment. The product monitors itself and its environment. Semantic technologies based on OWL ontologies guarantee interoperability of the product memory across the complete supply chain and lifecycle of smart objects and enable end user access to the product's lifelog. In this talk, we present the layered architecture together with the representation and inference formalisms used in our SemProM project, funded by the German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) with 16 Million Euro. SemProM goes well beyond traditional... Show More

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