The new OGC SensorThings standard provides an open, geospatial-enabled and unified way to interconnect the Internet of Things (IoT) devices, data, and applications over the Web. At a high level the OGC SensorThings API provides two main functionalities, sensing and tasking.
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What is it and how does it work
The OGC SensorThings API provides an open, geospatial-enabled and unified way to interconnect the Internet of Things (IoT) devices, data, and applications over the Web. At a high level the OGC SensorThings API provides two main functionalities and each function is handled by a part.
The two parts are the Sensing part and the Tasking part.The Sensing part provides a standard way to manage and retrieve observations and metadata from heterogeneous IoT sensor systems. The Tasking part is planned as a future work activity and will be defined in a separate document as the Part II of the SensorThings API.
Enables various Location Based Services and IoT senario’s
Based on the new international OGC SensorThings API standard
Based on standard web service technology (REST|JSON and MQTT), and thus can easily be integrated in enterprise IT architectures
Various sensor sources can be attached to the GOST server through a MQTT message broker (Mosquitto)
revention of sensor data fragmentation, and IoT vendor lock-in through the use of the international OGC standard API and data model
Standardization of sensor event streams, making integrated analysis and visualization of sensor data (dashboards) possible