Scalable semantic access to siemens static and streaming distributed data?

E. Kharlamov, S. Brandt, M. Giese, E. Jiménez-Ruiz, Y. Kotidis, S. Lamparter, T. Mailis, C. Neuenstadt, Özçep, C. Pinkel, A. Soylu, C. Svingos, D. Zheleznyakov, I. Horrocks, Y. Ioannidis, R. Möller, A. Waaler


Numerous analytical tasks in industry rely on data integration solutions since they require data from multiple static and streaming data sources. In the context of the Optique project we have investigated how Semantic Technologies can enhance data integration and thus facilitate further data analysis. We introduced the notion Ontology-Based Stream-Static Data Integration and developed the system Optique to put our ideas in practice. In this demo we will show how Optique can help in diagnostics of power generating turbines in Siemens Energy. For this purpose we prepared anonymised streaming and static data from 950 Siemens power generating turbines with more than 100, 000 sensors and deployed Optique on distributed environments with 128 nodes. The demo attendees will be able to see do diagnostics of turbines by registering and monitoring continuous queries that combine streaming and static data; to test scalability of our devoted stream management system that is able to process up to 1024 concurrent complex diagnostic queries with a 10 TB/day throughput; and to deploy Optique over Siemens demo data using our devoted interactive system to create abstraction semantic layers over data sources.

Original languageEnglish
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 2016
Event2016 Posters and Demonstrations Track, ISWC P and D 2016 - Kobe, Japan
Duration: 19.10.201619.10.2016
Conference number: 124172


Conference2016 Posters and Demonstrations Track, ISWC P and D 2016


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