The ``what'': what tagged products (EPCs) were read. The ``when'': at what time were the products read. The ``where'': where were the products read, in terms of Business Location (e.g. ``Floor B''). The ``who'': what readers (Read Point) recorded this trace. The ``which'': what was the business context (Business Step) recording the trace (e.g. ``Shipping'').Set of standards:Creating an « Internet of Things »The EPCIS is the information service:Sharing of RFID data.Exposes as standard WS-* interfaceServeral EPCIS vendors:SAP AII (Auto-Id Infrastructure)IBM InfoSphereFosstrak EPCIS (open source)Oracle Oracle Sensor Data Manager
Epc Mashup Dashboard Salespitch
Dominique Guinard,Ivan Delchev<br />SAP Research Zurich<br />Bringing the RFID Global Network to the Web,closer to People.<br />
Use Cases<br />Widget toolbox<br />Selected tagged Chocolate<br />What are my current stock levels for this Chocolate?<br />Where is this Chocolate coming from?Where is the new one I ordered?<br />What do people think about this Chocolate?<br />ProductManager:I want BI for my products!<br />Follow this chocolateon my mobile phone/browser using a feed !<br />Consumer:I want live info about this Chocolate<br />
System Architecture<br />We use the RFID network in place (e.g. SAP AII)<br />We bring this network to the Web (REST)<br />Every tagged object in the world gets a URL!<br />The big community of Web developers can develop Widgets for the RFID network.<br />SAP AII (OER)<br />http://.../epcis/rest/1.0/epc/urn:epc:id:sgtin:61800.820712.2001<br />
Adoption Path / Implementation<br />We propose a RESTful module on top of SAP AII (OER).<br />We provide a dashboard for managers and one for consumers.<br />We create an marketplace for new widgets. <br />ProductManager:I want BI for my products!<br />Consumer:I want live info about my products<br />Web Developer:I want to build new Widgets<br />Test it on:<br />epcmashup.webofthings.com<br />
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