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Semantic Interoperability of Ambient Intelligent Medical Devices and e-Health Systems

von Dr. Safdar Ali

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[1.] Saa/Fragment 043 01 - Diskussion
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Table 3.1 enumerates the criteria with relative weights depending on their importance to our goals.

Table 3.1: Criteria's relative weights of importance

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Table 2.1 enumerates the criteria with relative weights depending on their importance to our goals.

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Table 2.1: Criteria’s relative weights of importance.

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[2.] Saa/Fragment 043 04 - Diskussion
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The HYDRA1, an FP6 European Commission funded Integrated Project, addresses the problem that is frequently faced by producers of devices and components - the need for (which is actually becoming a trend) networking the products available on the market in order to provide higher value-added solutions for their customers [17]. This requirement is implied by citizen centered demands requiring intelligent solutions, where the complexity is hidden behind user-friendly interfaces to promote inclusion. The vision of the HYDRA project is ambitious: "To create the most widely deployed middleware for intelligent networked embedded systems that will allow producers to develop cost-effective and innovative embedded applications for new and already existing devices".

HYDRA develops a middleware based on a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), to which the underlying communication layer is transparent. Hydra middleware is designed to run on a variety of stationary and mobile devices, and includes support for distributed as well as centralized architectures, security and trust, reflective properties and model-driven development of applications. It is deployable on both new and existing networks of distributed wireless and wired devices, which operate with limited resources in terms of computing power, energy and memory usage. It allows for secure, trustworthy, and fault tolerant applications through the use of novel distributed security and social trust components and advanced Grid technologies.

The embedded and mobile Service-Oriented Architecture provides interoperable access to data, information and knowledge across heterogeneous platforms, including Web Services, and support true ambient intelligence for ubiquitous networked devices. Furthermore HYDRA develops a Software Development Kit (SDK), which will be used by developers to develop innovative Model-Driven applications using the Hydra middleware, where middleware and connected devices enable the developers to implement applications that depend on and adapt to context information. In particular, the developers stress the acquisition and management of spatial context information that allows for locating devices attached to the system and for the positioning of people and assets. The HYDRA project validates the middleware, the SDK toolkit in real end-user scenarios in three user domains, namely Building Automation, Healthcare, and Agriculture.


1 http://www.hydramiddleware.eu


[17] Sarnovsky, M., Butka, P., Kostelnik, P., Lackova, D.; HYDRA - Network Embedded System Middleware for Ambient Intelligent Devices, In: ICCC' 2007: Proceedings of 8th International Carpathian Control Conference, Strbska Pleso, Slovak Republic, May 24-27 (2007) 611-614

The HYDRA project is addressing the problem, which is frequently faced by producers of devices and components - the need for (which is actually becoming a trend) networking the products available on the market in order to provide higher value-added solutions for their customers. This requirement is implied by citizen centred demands requiring intelligent

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solutions, where the complexity is hidden behind user-friendly interfaces to promote inclusion. The vision of the HYDRA project is ambitious:

To create the most widely deployed middleware for intelligent networked embedded systems that will allow producers to develop cost-effective and innovative embedded applications for new and already existing devices.

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Hydra will develop middleware based on a Service-oriented Architecture (SOA), to which the underlying communication layer is transparent. Hydra middleware will be designed to run on a variety of stationary and mobile devices. The middleware will include support for distributed as well as centralised architectures, security and trust, reflective properties and model-driven development of applications. It will be deployable on both new and existing networks of distributed wireless and wired devices, which operate with limited resources in terms of computing power, energy and memory usage. It will allow for secure, trustworthy, and fault tolerant applications through the use of novel distributed security and social trust components and advanced Grid technologies.

The embedded and mobile Service-oriented Architecture will provide interoperable access to data, information and knowledge across heterogeneous platforms, including web services, and support true ambient intelligence for ubiquitous networked devices. Furthermore Hydra will develop a Software Development Kit (SDK), which will be used by developers to develop innovative Model-Driven applications using the Hydra middleware. Middleware and connected devices should enable developers to implement applications that depend on and adapt to context information. In particular, the developers stressed the acquisition and management of spatial context information that allows for locating devices attached to the system and for the positioning of people and assets. The Hydra project will validate the middleware, the SDK toolkit in real end-user scenarios in three user domains.

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