The SODA project was able to embed web services in 5 euro devices. This integration led to a significant reduction of time to market for innovative services. It also succeeded in promoting Devices Profile for Web Services (DPWS) as an OASIS standard and delivering different implementations.
The SODA project has been awarded the ITEA Achievement Award 2009 - Bronze for outstanding contributions to the ITEA programme.
Furthermore, the SOCRADES project used also the results of SIRENA and SODA projects.
The goal of the SOCRADES project was to create new methodologies, technologies and tools for the modelling, design, implementation and operation of networked hardware/software systems embedded in smart physical objects for industrial automation applications.
Finally, the SOA4D Forge (Service-Oriented Architecture for Devices), a collaborative open source development web platform, was setup in 2007, aiming at fostering an ecosystem for the development of service-oriented software components (SOAP messaging, WS-* protocols, DPWS ...) adapted to the specific constraints of embedded devices.