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The Internet of Things (IoT) Ontology

The IoT-ontology for the Representation of Interconnected and Semantically Coordinated Smart Entities in a Web of Things (WoT).


The aim of the ontology is to support the automated deployment of applications in heterogeneous IoT environments. It mainly serves as a semantic registry for the registration of associations of sensing/actuating/identity/embedded with features of interest, as well as for the registration of applications that utilize the services provided by these associations.


1. Konstantinos Kotis
2. Artem Katasonov

Contributors: VTT
Created with: Protege 4.2, OWL API (version http://owlapi.sourceforge.net

Link: http://i-lab.aegean.gr/kotis/2017/06/02/iot-related-ontologies/

Imports: W3C SSN and DOLCE Ultra-Light vocabularies

Licence: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License

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