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Aspects with commonalities resp. conflicts across domains resp. use cases

From: Hund, Johannes <johannes.hund@siemens.com>
Date: Wed, 18 Mar 2015 16:21:25 +0000
To: "public-wot-ig@w3.org" <public-wot-ig@w3.org>
Message-ID: <C271054E16F8474D9104E1146C767BF13D9091@DEFTHW99EK1MSX.ww902.siemens.net>
Hello all,

as discussed in the last telco, I sketched some examples of conflicts among the use cases that came to my mind:
To make these tangible, we should always provide examples, that are for example corner cases resp. pairs that show the span of the field that we address, e.g. by showing conflicts and commonalities between use cases on aspects that can be valuable input for the standardization.

For the lack of a better page, I did also put it into the wiki under the existing link "Bridging the gap between the Web and the IoT", please move it to a more appropriate location if there is one.

Regards, Johannes

=== Involved parties ===
can range from single-owner with few "things" involved to complex scenarios involving multiple stakeholders handling multiple things
* Home automation system that gets configured once by the owner and then runs steadily
* Packet tracking, where each packet has to interact with many different  entities (Sender, Receiver, different logistics services, packet routing machines, customs office etc.) and each of the services has to deal with many packets a day

=== Response time ===
can range from a best-effort to sub-milliseconds
* Smart dishwasher that gets programmed  or triggered remotely resp. by energy price
* Light switch
* Industrial manufacturing robot

=== Privacy ===
can range from public data to sensitive personal data that requires adherence to privacy laws
* Personal weather sensing station
* Public bus position tracker 
* Smart energy meter
* Health monitoring device

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