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Project Summary

The Instrument Element is a Cloud/Grid component that provides the computational/data Infrastructure with an abstraction of real instruments, and Users with a more interactive interface to control them. In other words this component provides an access to existing devices using a Service Oriented Architecture and it allows an easy orchestration of devices using a mesh-up approach.

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axis axis2 cloud cloud_computing embedded grid http instant_messenger instrument_control java maven2 pervasive sensor sensornet sourceforge tools web20 webapps webservice

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30 Day Summary

Sep 26 2021 — Oct 26 2021

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Oct 26 2020 — Oct 26 2021

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