We present a prototype version of an ontology-based framework, called PROF-ONTO, that integrates IoT devices and users with domotic environments. PROF-ONTO is based on a novel OWL 2 ontology, called OASIS (Ontology for Agents, Systems, and Integration of Services), modelling behaviors of agents such as IoT devices and users, and other information concerning user requests, their executions, restrictions and authorizations. User requests are performed by automatically selecting compatible devices: agents expose their behaviors and are invoked accordingly to what they are able to do on specific categories of components. OASIS is also used to build semantic knowledge bases that operate as transparent communication and information exchange systems among agents.

Towards an ontology-based framework for a behavior-oriented integration of the IoT

Cantone D.;Nicolosi-Asmundo M.;Santamaria D. F.;Santoro C.
2019

Abstract

We present a prototype version of an ontology-based framework, called PROF-ONTO, that integrates IoT devices and users with domotic environments. PROF-ONTO is based on a novel OWL 2 ontology, called OASIS (Ontology for Agents, Systems, and Integration of Services), modelling behaviors of agents such as IoT devices and users, and other information concerning user requests, their executions, restrictions and authorizations. User requests are performed by automatically selecting compatible devices: agents expose their behaviors and are invoked accordingly to what they are able to do on specific categories of components. OASIS is also used to build semantic knowledge bases that operate as transparent communication and information exchange systems among agents.
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