Linked-Data and OSLC for Tool Interoperability – A hands-on tutorial
The complexity of Embedded Systems (ES) keeps increasing, and their development requires multiple tools
(e.g., for requirement engineering, design and implementation, or for testing) and heterogeneous information models to be smoothly integrated across the
boundaries of engineering disciplines (e.g., mechanical engineering, control systems and software engineering), and across distributed development teams
in the context of extended enterprises.
In order to address these challenges, emerging open standards, the Linked Data Platform (LDP) and OSLC, advocate relying on the Internet backbone and web
technologies for integrating data across engineering tools, and throughout the product development lifecycle. Nowadays, a large eco-system of companies and
organizations (e.g., within the ARTEMIS project CRYSTAL) are developing solutions based on these standards.
The purpose of this workshop is twofold:
1. In the morning session, attendees will learn the foundations of Linked Data and the OSLC open standard, and how their principles and technologies are
applied for integrating engineering tools.
2. In the afternoon session, attendees will develop OSLC-compliant tool adaptors, based on the OSLC4J (Java-based) toolkit, and will be introduced to code
generators implemented by KTH for streamlining the process of developing these adaptors.
Workshop leaders: Jad El-Khoury, researcher at KTH, and Frederic Loiret, researcher at KTH and at OFFIS.
The workshop is a part of ECS and that participation is free of charge but you have to preregister at the ECS web page
For more information and program please visit:
For applications please visit ECS homepage
Presentation part 1: https://youtu.be/qQRZtd4EC7E
Presentation part 2: https://youtu.be/k0cOAkEWvBs