Autonomous Systems @ CeBIT 2017: IoT-Demonstrator semantic interoperability

By dpadmin|March 25, 2017|Events|

IoT-Demonstrator semantic interoperability

presenting Chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel with the final report by the Fachforum Autonome Systeme

acatech president Henning Kagermann and Reimund Neugebauer, chairman of the Hightech­Forum and president of the Fraunhofer­Gesellschaft are presenting Chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel, Prime Minister of Japan, Shinzō Abe and German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Johanna Wanka, with the final report by the Fachforum Autonome Systeme.
(Photo: Igor Magrilov/acatech)
Hannover, March 20. 2017

Early this year I began to manage the development of an IoT-demonstrator “Semantic Interoperability” for IoT connctd GmbH in cooperation with the ZVEI e.V. (German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers‘ Association) supported by Hager, Gira, ABB, Philips, Sonos and Codeatelier to present next generation smart home and autonomous systems on the joint exhibition area of Deutsche Messe, DFKI (German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence) and acatech (Deutsche Akademie der Technikwissenschaften e.V.) at the CeBIT 2017.

The project was the result of Workgroup No. 3 of the Expert Forum on autonomous systems, which “explored the potential applications and requirements of autonomous systems from the perspective of different applications, including … Smart Homes.”

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“The key task of the High-Tech Forum is to provide guidance and make specific recommendations for implementing and advancing the new High-Tech Strategy of the Federal Government. On the one hand, this involves advising the Federal Government on the strategic development of the High-Tech Strategy, on the other it includes guidance on implementing new thematic priorities by means of suitable support mechanisms and types of programme…
The members of the High-Tech Forum comprise 20 high-level representatives from academia, industry and civil society.”

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