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Javantura Zagreb 2014 - universAAL - Andrej Grgurić

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Konferencija Javantura Zagreb 2014 by HUJAK

Izgradnja otvorene i besplatne EU platforme za razvoj ICT usluga za starije osobe by Andrej Grgurić

U siječnju 2014., nakon četiri godine intenzivnog rada europski istraživački projekt universAAL (www.universaal.org), sufinanciran od strane Europske Unije, uspješno je priveden kraju. Glavni rezultat projekta je, uz otvorene alate (pretezno razvijene u obliku otvorenih Eclipse plug-inova), besplatna i otvorena (ASL2.0) platforma, bazirana na OSGi tehnologiji, koja olakšava tehničku implementaciju i djeluje kao otvoren i zajednički temelj za programere.

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  • 1. universAAL platform development Javantura Zagreb, 22.2.2014. andrej.grguric@ericsson.com
  • 2. Agenda  Why?  Who?  For whom?  What?  How? 2 universAAL platform - Javantura 22/02/2014
  • 3. WHY? 3 universAAL platform - Javantura 22/02/2014
  • 4. Ambient Assisted Living (AAL)   Problem  demographic development towards an “ageing society” Solution - Ambient Assisted Living (AAL)  use of ICT to increase the quality of life of elderly people and to prolong their independence 4 eHealth Social Web of Things Context aware computing Human Computer Interaction Ambient Assisted Living Artificial Intelligence Wireless Sensor Networks Smart environments Robotics universAAL platform - Javantura Internet of Things 22/02/2014
  • 5. WHO? 5 universAAL platform - Javantura 22/02/2014
  • 6. universAAL project at a glance 6 universAAL platform - Javantura 22/02/2014
  • 7. Community support: http://www.aaloa.org – AAL OPEN ASSOCIATION (AALOA) • Manifesto – encourage industry and academic world to participate in forming an association to develop and exploit AAL platforms • Competition – promote active participation Competition Association • Association – support and coordinate AAL R&D as part of an open community of stakeholders Manifesto  Carrying out support activities promoting widespread acceptance and adoption of the platform http://evaal.aaloa.org AALOA can host a project for you! 7 universAAL platform - Javantura 22/02/2014
  • 8. FOR WHOM? 8 universAAL platform - Javantura 22/02/2014
  • 9. Users Primary Users 9 universAAL platform - Javantura End-Users 22/02/2014
  • 10. WHAT? 10 universAAL platform - Javantura 22/02/2014
  • 11. universAAL platform Assisted Person Development Tools Developer Site AAL Application AAL Application Developer AAL Service Application Platform Online Shop AAL Application AAL Service Provider 11 universAAL platform - Javantura 22/02/2014
  • 12. universAAL platform: Runtime Support Applications run as if all of them are in one device Applications universAAL universAAL 12 universAAL universAAL platform - Javantura universAAL universAAL 22/02/2014
  • 13. Runtime platform: Building blocks Applications Context Management LDDI Service Management AAL Space Managers UI Management Profiling AAL Space Gateway Communication Container AAL Node Middleware Discovery & Peering 13 Data Representation universAAL platform - Javantura 22/02/2014
  • 14. Runtime platform building blocks  Separation into 7 Expert Groups (EG): 1. Middleware (associated: porting to OSGi-over-Android and Native Android) 2. Local Device Discovery & Integration 3. Security 4. Context Management (associated: ontologies) 5. User Interaction 6. Service Infrastructure 7. Remote Interoperability 14 universAAL platform - Javantura 22/02/2014
  • 15. Developer Depot   Entry-point for developers Hosts required development resources for universAAL http://depot.universaal.org/ 15 universAAL platform - Javantura 22/02/2014
  • 16. AAL Studio – Eclipse-based IDE for universAAL 16 universAAL platform - Javantura 22/02/2014
  • 17. AAL Studio: Dashboard  Role  streamlines the process of developing universAAL applications, services and components.  Benefits  helps developers get an overview of the process, and help guide them through it  ensures that developers have access to all the relevant components through a simple interface 17 universAAL platform - Javantura 22/02/2014
  • 18. HOW? 18 universAAL platform - Javantura 22/02/2014
  • 19. Technology platform: OSGi  Implements a complete and dynamic component model  Components are not coupled to other components  Service oriented Continuous operation – no need to restart the platform  Apache Felix   https://felix.apache.org/  Apache Karaf  http://karaf.apache.org/ 19 universAAL platform - Javantura 22/02/2014
  • 20. Benefits of Using the OSGi Service Platform     Components are smaller  Easier to make Components are not coupled to other components  Gives reusability Excellent model for the myriad of customizations and variation that are required of today’s devices Collaborative model  Allows reuse of other components for most problems 20
  • 21. Projects in gforge (SVN, wikis, forums, issue trackers) 21 universAAL platform - Javantura 22/02/2014
  • 22. Maven - Automated Build Tool Apache Maven: http://maven.apache.org/  Project Object Model (pom.xml)  Makes the build process easy and uniform  Simplifies dependency resolution.   You only have to declare the dependencies • Maven will download them, setup the classpath for you, and even deploy the dependencies with your application if required.  Maven manages not only the direct dependencies for you but even the dependencies of the dependecies (transitive dependencies). 22 universAAL platform - Javantura 22/02/2014
  • 23. Maven repository of build files 23 universAAL platform - Javantura 22/02/2014
  • 24. Continuous Integration: Hudson  Hudson – extensible continuous integration server Trigger Hudson Job Hudson Server 24 universAAL platform - Javantura 22/02/2014
  • 25. Integration testing  Spring Dynamic Modules project provides a test class hierarchy (based on org.springframework.osgi.test.AbstractOsgiTests) that provides support for writing regular JUnit test cases that are then automatically executed in an OSGi environment  http://docs.spring.io/osgi/docs/1.2.1/reference/html/testing.html#tes ting:integration 25 universAAL platform - Javantura 22/02/2014
  • 26. QUESTIONS? 26 universAAL platform - Javantura 22/02/2014
  • 27. Resources • universAAL • Homepage: www.universaal.org • Development depot: http://depot.universaal.org/ • Tools • • • • Hudson (http://hudson-ci.org/) Nexus (http://nexus.sonatype.org/) Maven (http://maven.apache.org/) SVN (http://subversion.tigris.org/) 27 universAAL platform - Javantura 22/02/2014
  • 28. EXTRA SLIDES 28 universAAL platform - Javantura 22/02/2014
  • 29. OSGi run configurations  Pax Runner is a tool to provision OSGi bundles in all major open source OSGi framework implementations  https://ops4j1.jira.com/wiki/display/paxrunner/Pax+Runn er   simple composite model supports installing groups of bundles as a single composite bundle  http://felix.apache.org/site/composite-bundles.html Apache Karaf uses features:  simple, yet flexible, way to provision applications  http://karaf.apache.org/manual/latest-2.3.x/usersguide/provisioning.html 29 universAAL platform - Javantura 22/02/2014

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