Safety of public buildings’ users is an important issue, especially in buildings frequented by a great number of people. In such places, in case of an emergency, like a fire, rescue workers must intervene in a timely manner, directing their efforts towards places where there are people to be saved. This work presents an Internet of Things(IoT)-based framework, aiming at monitoring environmental parameters in order to support rescuers during emergencies. The microservices paradigm allows a pattern-based specification of system components that are refined and adapted on-the-fly depending on the specific execution context, based on the changing aspects such as, user’s need and requirements, context variables, user’s behavior, sensor data. First results related to the validation of the proposed system mainly concerning non-functional requirements of the implemented system through a proof-of-concept are reported and discussed.
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