In an earlier blog, the six criteria for the openness of software platforms were introduced. This post looks at the positioning of universAAL IoT in relation to these criteria, namely open API, open scope, open source, open provision, open operation and open adaptability....
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universAAL IoT is used in at least three of the nine deployment sites of the H2020 IoT large-scale pilot ACTIVAGE that aim at deploying different smart living solutions, involving in total ca. 10,000 users and 50,000 IoT components. As one of the five different open platfor...
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Back in the beginning of June 2016 at the eHealth Week 2016 in Amsterdam, Tech Talks Central interviewed four of the participants of the universAAL exhibition booth organized by ReAAL, the universAAL piloting project; worthwhile, despite the length (30 minutes), to get back ...
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Programming with universAAL

January 2, 2017
universAAL is a software platform for the integration of open distributed systems of systems. It provides runtime support for distributed service-oriented environments in which components can provide and consume services by sharing compatible models (ontologies). Communic...
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universAAL is available royalty-free, with one of the most permissive open source licenses, namely the Apache Software License 2.0. It has a widely unlimited scope, with special support for smart environments....
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What is an "open platform"?

December 9, 2016

Announcement of universAAL IoT

Following many years and iterations as academic led R&I projects [1], The universAAL IoT Coalition (uIC) is about to be launched as a public facing international association under Belgian Law in order to bridge the open source community [2] of universAAL to the market [3...
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