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SMArc: a proposal for a smart, semantic middleware architecture focused on Smart City energy management
Rodríguez Molina, Jesús; Diego Martínez, Rubén de; Castillejo Parrilla, Pedro y Martínez Ortega, José Fernán
SMArc: a proposal for a smart, semantic middleware architecture focused on Smart City energy management.
"International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks", v. null
Among the main features that are intended to become part of what can be expected from the Smart City, one of them should be an improved energy management system, in order to benefit from a healthier relation with the environment, minimize energy expenses, and offer dynamic market opportunities. A Smart Grid seems like a very suitable infrastructure for this objective, as it guarantees a two-way information flow that will provide the means for energy management enhancement. However, to obtain all the required information, another entity must care about all the devices required to gather the data. What is more, this entity must consider the lifespan of the devices within the Smart Grid—when they are turned on and off or when new appliances are added—along with the services that devices are able to provide. This paper puts forward SMArc—an acronym for semantic middleware architecture—as a middleware proposal for the Smart Grid, so as to process the collected data and use it to insulate applications from the complexity of the metering facilities and guarantee that any change that may happen at these lower levels will be updated for future actions in the system.
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