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RE: Semtech 2011

From: <P.Barnaghi@surrey.ac.uk>
Date: Tue, 19 Apr 2011 10:36:16 +0100
To: <Kerry.Taylor@csiro.au>, <public-xg-ssn@w3.org>
Message-ID: <C253D9F4A2A12B489929917CEF6E553C74F3D76AF6@EXMB04CMS.surrey.ac.uk>
Hi Kerry,

We are implementing a smart gateway for wireless sensor networks and as a part of the work sensor nodes publish their capabilities (according to a modified SSN ontology) into the gateway. We then plan to use the SSN ontology instances for indexing and discovery of sensing resources in a distributed network. If you think this would be relevant, we can provide more information (and we have also our work on Linked-sensor data that can use SSN model).

Best wishes,

From: public-xg-ssn-request@w3.org [mailto:public-xg-ssn-request@w3.org] On Behalf Of Kerry.Taylor@csiro.au
Sent: 19 April 2011 02:42
To: public-xg-ssn@w3.org
Subject: Semtech 2011


As discussed at one of the last telecons, I submitted a proposal to Semtech and it was accepted, to speak on the SSN-XG
(see  http://semtech2011.semanticweb.com/  and http://semtech2011.semanticweb.com/sessionPop.cfm?confid=62&proposalid=4044).

I'd like to talk about what people are doing with the SSN ontology, not just the ontology itself.  I am quite happy to present what I know from
your contributions to the XG, but if you'd like to see your work highlighted well, then please send me some material I can work from (and make sure you incude all the references to the people and funders or whatever you want to have recognised).

I have an hour to talk, so a few slides (or just some text) would be fine. If you respond to this, I'll come back with questions as I try to pull it together.

Laurent recently did a bit of a hunt for references to the XG's work - he came up with some 50 or so citations! (Laurent will correct me if I have that number very wrong).

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