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Senior Project - SOAP On A ROPE


A SOAP/Linux LONWORKS Network Services Server

Senior Project: 2000-2001
Deidre Brucker, Shane Church, Jennifer Peterson and Jonathan Schreiner
Golden, CO

IEC, a Golden-based company, develops systems to control and monitor building environments. They make extensive use of LONWORKS technology, which revolves around a real time, distributed control, open protocol architecture. LONWORKS technology is being used as the distributed control architecture in industries including building automation, process control, telecommunications, and home automation. IEC has also developed a Win32 and embeddable API called Peak Components that supports the network management, monitor, and control of these distributed networks.

The goal of this project was to develop a web-based application which acts as an interface to Peak Components. The interface allows a user to not only see the current status of devices hooked up to a Local Operation Network, or LON, but also to change the status of those devices remotely. The system was developed using a large number of technologies, including C++, JavaScript, and ASP.

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