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Smart Transducer Web Services Based on the IEEE 1451.0 Standard

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Author(s)

Yuyin Song, Kang B. Lee

Abstract

This paper describes the proposed Smart Transducer Web Services (STWS) developed at the National Institute of Standard and Technology (NIST) based on the proposed IEEE 1451.0 standard. The Smart Transducer Web Services were described in WSDL (Web Service Description Language). A prototype system has been set up to test the Smart Transducer Web Services developed. This prototype system consists of a service consumer, service provider (wireless network node), and wireless sensor node. The service consumer and provider can communicate with each other through SOAP (Simple Object Application Protocol) messages. The Smart Transducer Web Services were tested successfully through a case study of reading IEEE 1451 TEDS. The proposed Smart Transducer Web Services provide a standard way for IEEE 1451 applications to achieve interoperability with other sensor applications in WSDL. Hence it provides a foundation for Smart Transducer Web Services standardization.
Proceedings Title
Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference | 2007 | IMTC
Conference Dates
May 1-3, 2007
Conference Location
Warsaw, PL
Conference Title
Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference

Keywords

IEEE 1451.10, IEEE 1451.5, NCAP, Service-oriented Architecture, Smart Transducer Web Service, SOAP, TEDS, web service, WSDL

Citation

Song, Y. and Lee, K. (2007), Smart Transducer Web Services Based on the IEEE 1451.0 Standard, Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference | 2007 | IMTC, Warsaw, PL, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=823344 (Accessed July 15, 2024)

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Created May 1, 2007, Updated February 19, 2017