Enabling Intelligent Systems, Applications, and Analytics for Smart Environments Using Real-time Linked Dataspaces
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The design of next-generation smart environments poses significant technical challenges with data management, data integration, and real-time processing of dynamic data, and non-technical challenges such as engaging end-users and supporting cultural and organisational changes. Real-time Linked Dataspaces (RLD) are data platforms designed explicitly to tackle these challenges. In this chapter, we provide an overview of how a Real-time Linked Dataspace enables the creation of intelligent systems within several smart environments to demonstrate and evaluate their effectiveness.
KeywordsDataspaces Intelligent systems Energy management Water management Smart building Smart airport Smart home Smart environments
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