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The ebbits project is a 4-year project started in 2010. It is partly funded by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme in the area of Internet of Things and Enterprise environments under Grant Agreement no. 257852

 

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Downloads: The ebbits platform: leveraging on the Internet of Things to support meat traceabil

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The ebbits platform: leveraging on the Internet of Things to support meat traceabil


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The Internet of Things (IOT), the idea of having real-world objects communicating with each other, is changing the way for capturing, organizing and consuming information that
comes from the real world, including the agricultural and farming environments. Even if the RFID is a feasible, proven, and cost-savy technology for items identification, many other data sources or smart sensors could today be integrated to enrich product traceability features. Furthermore, there still is a gap in terms of traceability infrastructures: even if standards
for identity exchange mechanism exist, few implementations are known. This paper will describe the “ebbits” event-driven service-oriented middleware, which aims to simplify the development of high value added smart-applications, fostering interoperability with ERP business systems and public authentication systems. The paper highlights the ebbits key architectural features in a concrete life-cycle tracing use-case, exploiting RFID tags and sensors to seamlessly collect data along the whole breeding, slaughtering and distribution chain, giving to farmers, retailers and consumers an integrated products history information.
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