• A Knowledge Model to describe a smart city, that interconnect data from infomobility service, Open Data and other source @en
  • MOAC, the Management of a Crisis Vocabulary, is a lightweight vocabulary aiming to provide terms to enable practitioners to relate different "things" in crisis management activities together as Linked Data. The initial MOAC terms originated from the Inter Agency Standing Committee (IASC), Emergency Shelter Cluster in Haiti, UNOCHA 3W Who What Where Contact Database @en
  • The Ontology for Property Management (OPM) extends the concepts introduced in the Smart Energy Aware Systems (SEAS) Evaluations ontology. @en
  • This ontology imports all the ontology modules and ODPs that form the PFEEPSA Ontology. The PFEEPSA ontology was developed in the context of the IoF2020 H2020 project, with the aim of capturing all the necessary knowledge to support data analysts in the development of a system that warns farmers about potential future situations which may be uncomfortable or even harmful for animals. @en
  • Vocabulary used to describe clean energy actors, projects and technologies @en
  • A simple vocabulary for describing the rooms in a building. @en
  • This is the extension of SAREF for the EEBus and Energy@Home project. The documentation of SAREF4EE is available at http://ontology.tno.nl/SAREF4EE_Documentation_v0.1.pdf. SAREF4EE represents 1) The configuration information exchanged in the use case 'Remote Network Management' according to the EEBus Technical Report, Protocol Specification- Remote Network Management, version, 2015-09-19; 2) The scheduling information about power sequences exchanged in the use cases Appliance scheduling through CEM and remote start' and 'Automatic cycle rescheduling', according to the message structures described in General Message Structures, version 0.1.1, 2015-10-07; 3) The monitor and control information exchanged in the use case 'Communicate appliance status and info on manually planned cycles', according to the monitoring and control part of the Energy@Home Data Model, version 1.0; and 4) the event-based data exchanged in the use case 'Demand Response', according to General Message Structures, version 0.1.1, 2015-10-07. @en
  • This ontology extends the SAREF ontology for the environment domain, specifically for the light pollution domain, including concepts like photometers, light, etc. @en
  • This ontology extends the SAREF ontology for the water domain. This work has been developed in the context of the STF 566, which was established with the goal to create three SAREF extensions, one of them for the water domain. @en
  • This ontology defines batteries and their state of charge ratio property. @en
  • The SEAS Building ontology describes a taxonomy of buildings, building spaces, and rooms. Some categorizations are based on the energy efficiency related to their insulation etc., although the actual values for classes depend the country specific regulations and geographical locations. Other categorizations are based on occupancy and activities. There is no single accepted categorization available. This taxonomy uses some types selected from: - International building occupancy based categories (USA) - The Classification of Types of Constructions (EU) - Finnish building categorization VTJ2000 (Finland) - Wikipedia category page for Rooms: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Rooms @en
  • The SEAS Device ontology defines `seas:Device` as physical system that are designed to execute one or more procedures that involve the physical world. @en
  • The SEAS Forecasting ontology extends the [Procedure Execution ontology (PEP)](https://w3id.org/pep/) @en
  • This ontology defines: - a set of subclasses of `seas:Evaluation` to better interpret evaluations of quantifiable properties. - a set of sub properties of `seas:hasProperty` to qualify time-related properties. @en
  • The Seas Trading Ontology defines concepts and relations to describe ownership, trading, bilateral contracts and market licenses: - players own systems and trade commodities, which have a price; - bilateral electricity contracts are connections between electricity traders at which they exchange electricity; - electricity markets are connections between electricity traders at which they exchange electricity, using a market license; - electricity markets can be cleared, and balanced; - evaluations can have a traded volume validity context @en