The Seas Technical System Ontology for the ITEA SEAS (Smart Energy Aware Systems) project. This vocabulary presents some abstract system level concepts that help to define common patterns to ease creating similar queries across more specific ontologies
Actuating action allows to do level adjustments of an actuator in a certain range (e.g., 0-100), such as dimming a light or set the speed of an electric motor.
sub class of: Activity
An appliance is a category of electrical/mechanical machines at home which uses energy to accomplish some household activities, such as cooking or cleaning.
Activity that defines something as boolean value, i.e. it is active when the evaluation value is false
Device is a physical/concrete electronic or mechanic system created for to provide one or more abstract of concrete functions
A Device Category provides a way to classify devices according to a certain point of view, for example, the point of view of the user of the device vs. the device’s manufacturer, or the domain in which the device is used (e.g., smart appliances vs. building domain vs. smart grid domain), etc.
It is a category that considers devices based on energy consumption information and profiles to optimize energy efficiency.
It is a category that considers role of devices, sensors etc. in terms of actions and resources. The category should be able to be reasoned from the activities the device has
Node is the abstract role of a device or system in some topology.
Activity that defines something to be actuated on or off
Activity that defines something to be actuated open or close
Service is abstract entity, typically an activity described as capabilities and offered by a node
Can be true of false, is used to model commands like on/off.
A data resource relatd to activity
A resource used as input by acitivity inverse of handledBy (to be added to SEAS-eval)
A resource generated by activity (inverse of generatedBy in SEAS-eval)