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
Dominique Guinard,Ivan Delchev SAP Research Zurich Bringing the RFID Global Network to the Web,closer to People.
Use Cases Widget toolbox Selected tagged Chocolate What are my current stock levels for this Chocolate? Where is this Chocolate coming from?Where is the new one I ordered? What do people think about this Chocolate? ProductManager:I want BI for my products! Follow this chocolateon my mobile phone/browser using a feed ! Consumer:I want live info about this Chocolate
System Architecture We use the RFID network in place (e.g. SAP AII) We bring this network to the Web (REST) Every tagged object in the world gets a URL! The big community of Web developers can develop Widgets for the RFID network. SAP AII (OER) http://.../epcis/rest/1.0/epc/urn:epc:id:sgtin:61800.820712.2001
Adoption Path / Implementation We propose a RESTful module on top of SAP AII (OER). We provide a dashboard for managers and one for consumers. We create an marketplace for new widgets. ProductManager:I want BI for my products! Consumer:I want live info about my products Web Developer:I want to build new Widgets Test it on: epcmashup.webofthings.com