The e-lite research group is proud to announce the latest release of the Dog gateway, ambitiously called Dog2.0.

Dog is a Domotic OSGi Gateway, i.e., a software-based gateway used for controlling domotic environments in a vendor-independent way, thanks to its high-level semantic device modeling strategy and its driver architecture that allows to support different domotic plant technologies.

The 2.0 series of the Dog gateway is a substantial rewrite with respect to the previous version. Full release notes and software download are available on the website.

 SemanticWeb_Introduction.pngThe Ph.D. course on Semantic Web Technologies, Applications and Tools is running!

Visit the course web page for the schedule and for downloading the learning material!

DOG-2 in our LaboratoryOn March 22 and 23, 2010, our university will host the annual open days for orienting new students in their choice of University; the event is called "Orientati al Futuro".

The stand for "Ingegneria Informatica" (Computer Engineering) will showcase a the latest video of DOG-2, and is also reported in the official leaflet.

Anyone interested in knowing more about DOG-2 may contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

A new video introducing the e-Lite group activities on Intelligent Domotic Environments has been published and will be shown at the "salone dell'orientamento" of the Politecnico di Torino on March 22nd and 23rd.


The DOG domotic gateway has alway been, well, a gateway... And gateways have no user interface, they are designed to sit into a closet or a server rack.

Recently, DOG gained a new User Interface for controlling intelligent environments. The user interface is compliant with the COGAIN Recommendations for Eye-based Environmental Control applications, and may be operated through the mouse, through a touch screen, or through an Eye Tracker (by exploiting COGAIN's ETU Universal Driver).


The DogEye user interface has been presented by Luigi De Russis as his Master Thesis, on February 2, 2010, supervised by Emiliano Castellina and exploiting a former prototype built by Faisal Razzak.

Try DogEye !!!
 DogEye 1.0 Download