EEML – environmental coding…

pachube
Together with pachube, a service to onnect, tag and share real time sensor data from objects, devices, buildings and environments around the world, you can write xml or “EEML” to link information between buildings sensors and devices. Cool, but i like the idea of simply a green code, whatever that means;.)

EEML supports installations, buildings, devices and events that collect environmental data and enables people to share this resource in realtime either within their own organizations or with the world as a whole via an internet connection or mobile network access. It can enable buildings to “talk”, sharing remote environmental sensor data across the network in order to make local decisions based on wider, global perspectives. The EEML protocol supports datastream sources that respond to and exchange data with other installations, buildings, devices and events through data stream tagging. “