ICE-Goods - Interactive Consumer Electronics

The project Interactive Consumer Electronics Goods (ICE-Goods) develops a mobile, digital shopping assistant for electronic entertainment goods based on semantic product descriptions (SPDO).

Elementary new forms of intelligent products (Smart Products) are created by connecting semantic product descriptions (based on RDF/RDFS) with real products via RFID technology.

A prospective buyer can communicate with the product by using a Pocket PC which is connected to a central webservice through a Wi-Fi connection. The webservice manages the preparation of the product centralized datapool and the protocol based communication with the mobile application.

ICE-Goods is based on Tip 'n Tell architecture and uses Tip 'n Tell reference implementation.


Related publications

Maass, W., Filler, A. & Janzen, S.

Mühlhäuser, M., Ferscha, A. and Aitenbichler, E (ed.)
Reasoning on Smart Products in Consumer Good Domains, Constructing Ambient Intelligence, CCIS 11, Springer, 2008.

Maass, W. & Filler, A.

In Ch. Hochberger and R. Liskowsky (ed.)
Towards an infrastructure for semantically annotated physical products., Informatik 2006, Lecture Notes in Informatics, Springer, 2006, P-94, pp. 544–549.
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