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Web Services Information Model Resources

Moderator, Ken Sinclair.


AutomatedBuildings.com is hosting an online connection to the emerging Web Services Information Model.  Web services can provide an information platform that is high-level, cross-platform, cross-discipline, and multi-vendor. A new vehicle is needed to define a comprehensive information model for the facility. It is called an information model to be above standards and protocols. As an industry we request the support of the necessary key players to move this model forward with minimum administrative overhead and open ownership in true internet fashion. Where possible all proposed information models will follow existing internet protocols.

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This resource is a collection of articles from our web resource and others.

The development of our industry Web Services Information Model is an interactive process so please provide your input and connections to known resources for all to share sinclair@AutomatedBuildings.com

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Information Model: The Key to Integration  There has been much attention paid to the relative merits of various protocols in the Building Automation industry. The key to successful integration lies not in the protocol, but in the information model that it represents.  Eric Craton and Dave Robin, Automated Logic

Standardization & IT Technology will shape the BACS Industry  The application of a standardized and internationally accepted protocol for specific applications is still no guarantee that a device by manufacturer A can be exchanged for one supplied by manufacturer B. For this purpose, further standardization of design and of the exact functionality of a device is necessary. Hans R. Kranz & Othmar Gisler, Siemens Building Technologies Ltd

Reliable Controls XML: Esperanto for Data  XML ( Extensible Markup Language ) is emerging as the standard language for data exchange in many businesses sectors, including building automation. Richard Desmarais, Teletrol Systems Inc

Bringing the Power of the Internet to Real-time Control and Automation Systems  Perhaps no other technology has had the profound impact on virtually everything we do than the Internet. Paul Oswald and Gil Rockwell, Tridium, Inc.

Using Standard Internet Protocols in Building Automation  In this article we will attempt to introduce the motivation for using open protocols in building automation.Mike Donlon, Director of Research and Development Computrols, Inc.

Automation Industry Input:

Ken - attached are a few white paper resources that we would like to submit for this effort.  Please review and place appropriately. Best Regards, Dennis W. Tuft Vice President of Marketing Tridium Inc. email: dtuft@tridium.com

White paper PDF BAJA A Java  Based Architecture Standard for the Building Automation Industry

White paper PDF The Case For an Automation Infrastructure

Information Technology (IT) Resources: 
The Promise and Peril of Web Services  Dirk Spiers, Business 2.0
Web Services Wake-Up Call Web Services Wave Timothy Dyck, eweek.com
Developers Get New Web Services Tools  Jeffrey Burt, eweek.com 
Web services. XML will likewise transform how business systems publish and consume business objects. Jon Udell, Infoworld.com
Web services: The next big thing? 
Industry group agrees on XML model Mark Hall f
Users seek Web service standards 
Web Services Overview And How They Fit Into Your Future Kevin F Jones, Webservices.org
Web Services Journal is the only magazine focused completely on Web Services
Javaworld.com Chart the best course for your Web services programming initiative
 Sun Microsystems Resources: 
The Net Effect http://www.sun.com/neteffect/whitepaper.pdf 
Getting Started With Services on Demand 
IBM Resources: 
Web Services architecture overview
The next stage of evolution for e-business ws-next-horizon.pdf 
Web Services architecture overview wsa-tech-overview.pdf 
Microsoft Resources: 
XML Web Services Basics Roger Wolter 
XML and SQL Server 2000 to transform and integrate data.
The Programmable Web: Web Services Provides Building Blocks Mary Kirtland
The Business Motivation Behind XML Web Services and the .NET Platform



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