This feature is new in Brick v1.2
It is possible to embed within a Brick model the metadata indicating where timeseries data is stored and how particular Points are identified — this enables the automatic retrieval of timeseries data. This metadata is associated with Brick Point instances, which represent sources of data, through the
brick:timeseries property relates a Brick Point instance to a
brick:TimeseriesReference object. This object has exactly one
brick:hasTimeseriesId property, whose value is a string denoting the identifier or primary key of the instance’s data in some database. The database itself is realized as an object and is related to the
brick:TimeseriesReference through the
At this point in time, Brick does not mandate what the properties are on the database instance. As best practices arise, this will be codified in a future release of Brick.
:sensor1 a brick:Temperature_Sensor ; brick:hasUnit unit:DEG_F ; brick:timeseries [ brick:hasTimeseriesId "8f541ba4-c437-43ba-ba1d-5c946583fe54" ; brick:storedAt :database ; ] ; . :sensor2 a brick:Temperature_Sensor ; brick:hasUnit unit:DEG_F ; brick:timeseries [ brick:hasTimeseriesId "38b5fa0e-407e-4a23-8800-6ec4f6d60785" ; brick:storedAt :database ; ] ; . # the properties on the database instance are non-normative :database a brick:Database ; rdfs:label "Postgres Timeseries Storage" ; :connstring "postgres://18.104.22.168/data" ; .