OCF OIC 1.1 Resource Thing descriptions to RDF test page

The Web of things is an abstraction layer for the IoT. As such it needs to work on top of existing IoT platform standards. This demo focuses on the Open Connectivity Foundation's OIC specification 1.1 . The suite of OCF resources have been remodelled in JSON as thing descriptions for the Web of things. This is used to a) generate the corresponding semantic graph representation as RDF triples, and b) to reconstruct the RAML+JSON schema as given in the OIC 1.1 specifications, as a means to check that sufficient metadata is included in the thing description for a suitable library to interoperate with OCF platforms. This demo was created by Dave Raggett <dsr@w3.org>.

Note: this demo was contributed on an individual basis to the Web of Things Interest Group for discussion purposes, and is not an official work item of that group.

See also: draft specifications for defining thing descriptions as Linked Data, and a lightweight algorithmic mapping from JSON to Linked Data.

Select a resource model:

Resource Name

Resource description

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The model mapped into RDF triples

The model mapped into RAML