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COMPOSE nominated for IoTAwards

Every year the #IoTAwards honour the year’s best products and ideas shaping the Internet of Things, may they be novel business ideas or disruptive devices. For 2014, KMi’s EU project COMPOSE has been nominated for the best integrated solution for supporting the development of Internet of Things applications.  COMPOSE competes in this category with well-established, commercial…

COMPOSEing Things in London

Last week KMi hosted a plenary meeting of the COMPOSE project in London. COMPOSE is a three year, € 7.4 M collaborative research project funded by the EU to devise an integrated platform for better supporting the development of smart applications and services for the Internet of Things.    COMPOSE will achieve this through the…

KMi Releases Linked Services iPhone App

Last month saw the release of SOA4RealEstate in the iTunes App Store, an iPhone application that allows users to make informed decisions when looking for a property to buy in the UK. The app, which was demo-ed during John Domingue’s inaugural lecture held last week, allows users to combine on demand linked data coming from…

Keynote at NFPSLAM-SOC’10

Last week KMi’s Carlos Pedrinaci gave a keynote at the 4th Workshop on Non-Functional Properties and SLA Management in Service-Oriented Computing collocated with the 8th IEEE European Conference on Web Services in Ayia Napa, Cyprus. In his talk, Carlos revisited some of the existing issues limiting the uptake of services on the Web, and highlighted…

SOA4All: Leading the Future Internet of Services

Last week saw SOA4All’s second year review in Barcelona. Driven by the success of previous reviews, this time the evaluation focused on exploitation of project results which shows the high expectations the European Commission has of this project. As on previous occasions, KMi’s involvement was crucial for yet another successful review. KMi’s John Domingue and…

Semantic Web Reflections and Future Directions

The last week of June saw the Dagstuhl �Semantic Web Reflections and Future Directions� Perspectives Workshop take place in the well-known centre for informatics meetings. The seminar was organised by KMi’s John Domingue together with Dieter Fensel (Universit�t Innsbruck), James A. Hendler (Rensselaer Polytechnic, USA) and Rudi Studer (Universit�t Karlsruhe), and involved 50 of the…


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