Eclipse Vorto provides a language for describing models and interfaces for IoT Digital Twins. Digital twins are models of entities in the physical world such as a (multi) sensor device, smart power plant, and other entities that participate in IoT solutions. Modeling enables IoT solutions and IoT platforms to provision, use, and configure IoT devices and logical entities from multiple sources in a single solution. Using the vortolang and describing the entities's capabilities, IoT platforms and IoT solutions can leverage the semantics of these IoT entities.
Getting Started with Vorto
Vorto comes with tons of examples, that demonstrate you the use of Vorto in IoT Solution Development.
One of these examples, is the Vorto Dashboard, that visualizes sensor data in Vorto Function Block compliant UI widgets: Click here for demo
Check out more cool Vorto Examples.
- Plugin SDK that lets you extend Vorto with different plugin types
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