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README.md

Oliot EPCIS Repository

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This project is part of Oliot (Oliot Homepage).

Oliot epcis is an opensource web serivce implementing EPC Information Service (EPCIS) v1.2 specification.

For Our Community*

Auto-ID Labs, KAIST is interested in knowing how Oliot EPCIS can be used for different application domains.

Thus, if you are to use Oliot EPCIS and can disclose yourself, please send me (Jaewook Byun) your affiliation/organization information (e.g., logo, purpose of use, project name, etc.)

The information will be managed and summarized in Wiki.

Paper Publication*

  • Jaewook Byun, Sungpil Woo, Yalew Tolcha, and Daeyoung Kim. "Oliot EPCIS: Engineering a Web information system complying with EPC Information Services standard towards the Internet of Things." Computers in Industry 94 (2018): 82-97. URL.

  • Jaewook Byun, Daeyoung Kim. "Oliot EPCIS: New EPC information service and challenges towards the Internet of Things." RFID (RFID), 2015 IEEE International Conference on. IEEE, 2015. URL

  • Jaewook Byun, Sungpil Woo, Daeyoung Kim,"Efficient and privacy-enhanced object traceability based on unified and linked EPCIS events." Computers in Industry 89 (2017): 35-49. URL

  • Jaewook Byun, Daeyoung Kim, "EPC Graph Information Service: Enhanced object traceability on unified and linked EPCIS events," The 16th International Conference on Web Information System Engineering (WISE 2015), Miami, Florida, USA, November 1-3, 2015. URL

Note: if you publish papers using Oliot EPCIS and want to disclose it, let us know.

Introduction

EPC Information Service (EPCIS) enables to capture and share standardized event/master data ratified by GS1

Tutorial Server for Oliot EPCIS at DFPL Lab.

Server

Note: The server couldn't be accessible temporally.

Specification

Java, Web Service (Java v8, Servlet v3.1, Tomcat v8)

EPCIS v1.2

Maven

Spring Framework v5.x

MongoDB v4.0

Organizations and Projects disclosing their usage

Auto-ID Labs, KAIST Link

BIBA - Bremer Institut für Produktion und Logistik GmbH (an affiliate institute of the University of Bremen, Germany) Link

IoF 2020 (EU Horizon 2020 Project) Link

NIMBLE (EU Horizon 2020 Project) Link

Contact

Auto-ID Labs, KAIST

Maintainer:

Jaewook Byun, Assistant Professor, Halla University, Republic of Korea, Ph.D. : bjw0829@kaist.ac.kr, bjw0829@gmail.com, jaewook.byun@halla.ac.kr

MySQL Backend Extension:

Yalew Kidane, KAIST, Ph.D. student : yalewkidane@kaist.ac.kr, yalewkidane@gmail.com

Capture Interface Extension:

Sungpil Woo, Electronics and Telecommunication Research Institute (ETRI), Researcher : woosungpil7@gmail.com

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