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he research project OSAmI Commons, running under ITEA and supported by national ministries, is based on OSGi and has focussed on the establishment of an open modular platform that enables industry players to use and exchange modular applications as needed.
In order to enable this marketplace the project has deployed the commonly defined platform in the industries of Ambient Assisted Living (a virtual rehabilitation program that will be further developed by a hospital), Sustainability (The green building INEED 3 is a reference architecture for low consumption buildings), Smart Home (Business solutions for sensor networks), Telematics (Smart City Services that are exploited with Turkish Telecom), Edutainment (Content recommendations that are commercialised by a Cable company), and the creation and deployment of tools (e.g. the Eclipse Libra Tool for the enterprise) to support the common platform. The presentation will focus on the benefits that OSGi provided, and examples on how this platform can be further exploited.