IEEE WF-IoT Session: Cognitive Management Framework for Internet of Things; A Prototype Implementation

Swaytha Sasidharan, Create-Net & Create-Net, Italy; Andrey Somov, CREATE-NET, Italy; Abdur Rahim, CREATE-NET, Italy; Raffaele Giaffreda, Create-Net, Italy

In the domain of Internet of Things (IoT), applications are modeled to understand and react based on existing contextual and situational parameters. This work implements a management flow for the abstraction of Real World Objects (RWOs) and virtual composition of those objects to provide IoT services. We also present a real world knowledge model that aggregates constraints defining a situation, which is then used to detect and anticipate future potential situations. It is implemented based on reasoning and machine learning mechanisms. This work showcases a prototype implementation of the architectural framework in a smart home scenario, targeting two functionalities: actuation and automation based on the imposed constraints and thereby responding to situations and also adapting to the user behavior. It thus provides a productive integration of heterogeneous devices, IoT platforms, and cognitive technologies to improve the services provided to the user.



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