This chapter introduces the AMIGO service-oriented system approach for the open networked home which has been designed as part of the IST FP6 AMIGO project on the development of a networked home system toward the ambient intelligence (AmI) vision aiming to demonstrate all the aforementioned middleware properties. The key property targeted by AMIGO is interoperability. In contrast to most existing service architectures, the AMIGO approach does not impose any specific middleware technology. It allows heterogeneous technologies to be integrated, establishing interoperability at a higher, semantic, level. The AMIGO system architecture is built upon this fundamental principle.
|Title of host publication||At Your Service, Service-Oriented Computing from an EU Perspective|
|Editors||Elisabetta Di Nitto, Anne-Marie Sassen, Paolo Traverso, Arian Zwegers|
|Place of Publication||Cambridge|
|ISBN (Print)||0-262-04253-3, 978-0-262-04253-6|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|
|MoE publication type||D3 Professional conference proceedings|
Georgantas, N., Kantorovitch, J., Roussaki, I., Issarny, V., Kalaoja, J., Papaioannou, I., & Tsesmetzis, D. (2009). AMIGO: Interoperable semantic services for the smart home environment. In E. Di Nitto, A-M. Sassen, P. Traverso, & A. Zwegers (Eds.), At Your Service, Service-Oriented Computing from an EU Perspective (pp. 357-386). Mit press.