This standard defines the framework of building household appliance test software system based on complex virtual instruments (CVIs) which are used for processing and displaying the sensor data from intelligent sensors and the related metadata. This framework provides the guidelines for CVI-based development process, in which CVI structure design covers management of sensor data and metadata, virtual instrument engine based on description of appliance test environment and test information, data formats of test data and Representational State Transfer (REST) service interfaces for CVI interactions; CVI mapping schemes describe the correspondence from test units to CVIs; CVI relations define the relationships between CVIs and describe the methods of extending and compositing multiple CVIs
- Sponsor Committee
- IM/ST - TC9 - Sensor Technology
- Active PAR
- PAR Approval
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Standard for Interoperability of Complex Virtual Instruments for Internet of Things
This standard provides the definitions and terminologies, reference model and data structure of Complex Virtual Instruments (CVIs) for Internet of Things (IoT). CVIs framework, including architectural model, protocols and data interface requirements is also defined to allow for flexible and scalable solutions to CVIs Interoperability and easy-to-implement cloud services that are able to be maintained in a sustainable manner.