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Sensor Standards Harmonization--Path to Achieving Sensor Interoperability

Published

Author(s)

Kang B. Lee

Abstract

Distributed sensor networks are emerging technology for building applications in control and condition monitoring of equipment and machinery in government and industry. Open sensor interfaces, standard sensor data formats, and messaging standards are needed to enable the integration, access, fusion, use, and delivery of sensor-derived data for these applications. The Sensor Standards Harmonization Working Group was formed at NIST to address these types of issues. This paper examines some relevant open standards that can help to achieve seamless sensor connections, integration, discovery, access, and usage within and across systems, networks, and enterprises through the Web.
Proceedings Title
Autotestcon Conference | 2007 |
Conference Dates
September 18-20, 2007
Conference Location
Baltimore, MD
Conference Title
Autotestcon Conference 2007

Keywords

CBM, condition-based maintenance, interoperability, open standards, sensor network, sensor standards, sensor standard harmonization

Citation

Lee, K. (2007), Sensor Standards Harmonization--Path to Achieving Sensor Interoperability, Autotestcon Conference | 2007 |, Baltimore, MD, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=823011 (Accessed April 16, 2024)
Created October 1, 2007, Updated January 27, 2020