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  • A large number of objects surrounding us, thing and sensor , a kitchen knife, screwdriver, envelope opener has has same feature, so can we use this for reuse this. Or A camera in the meeting room or sound systems can we make meeting of the minutes, etc… Another example, your location application say you are in bed and your multimedia or home light systems combing the time application say you are sleeping. Now it we combine this two application we can enable another applicattion block my credit card
  • If we want to reuse the objects, we will need to make digital representation of the objects, it it is just extracting the features, capabilities, functinalities of the objects.. … if we want to virtual a wine,, what we need virtual the color, etc.. If we can also virtualise the taste of the wine then maybe you can buy wine in online after tasting Yes, we can virtualze the thhing but problem come on opertion… how to use this virtual objects for particular application, what are the features are need to be virtuallize, how can we adapt and update the feature.. There is need some kind automation, cognitive brain who can observe, learn based on the previous hisotry and make a decision
  • Patients Want to Home status on Tuesday 6 PM- you want to know if I need to buy some or no, if my family memer is in home, tec.. Here is the application requirments and composition
  • Creating virtual objects… easy to make talk each others ofcourse there need to be interoperability in one to another VO or CVO

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  • iCore Project Number: 287708 Internet Connected Objects for Reconfigurable Eco-systems iCore Presenation Dr.-Ing Abdur Rahim Biswas/ Prof. Kalus Moessner 1 iCore + Butler joint workshop 07th October 2011
  • iCore o Outline Empowering IoT through Cognitive Technologies  Consortium  Introduction  iCore framework  Technical approach  Work organization  Applicability  Potential synergies with Butler iCore + Butler joint workshop 07th October 2011
  • iCore o Project Outline/Consortium Empowering IoT through Cognitive Technologies  Project outline - Project type: Integrated Project - Duration: 36 months - Total cost: €13.4M (59% industry) - EC requested funding: €8,5M - Resources: 1,332 PM (111 FTEs)  Consortium - Coordinator: CREATE-NET (Italy) - 20 partners ( including NTT) - Strong industry participation (12 companies) - 12 countries (including China/Japan - External stakeholders group (use cases) 3 iCore + Butler joint workshop 07th October 2011
  • Future iCore worlds of IoT iCore o Empowering IoT through Cognitive Technologies What are “things”? “Things”= Real objects + Digital devices Yes Maybe GPS 4 iCore + Butler joint workshop 07th October 2011
  • iCore o Reusability of IoT Empowering IoT through Cognitive Technologies Q1: Can we reuse IoT outside the scope in which they were originally deployed “A kitchen knife daily used to cut food. What about if it could act as a screwdriver, and it could also be an envelope opener”. Q2: Can we combine various objects and use for new applications “temperature sensor” ( indoor temperature monitor/control) + “humidity sensor” ( adjust cooling) = > city weather forecasting, city temperature mapping 5 iCore + Butler joint workshop 07th October 2011
  • … iCore o Virtual representation and cognitive Empowering IoT through Cognitive Technologies  virtual representation of real and digital objects  ……without the virtual mind 6 iCore + Butler joint workshop 07th October 2011
  • iCore o iCore concept Empowering IoT through Cognitive Technologies Open cognitive framework for the Internet of Things (IoT) addressing three levels: i) Virtual Objects (VOs): Virtual representations of real-world objects ii) Composite Virtual Objects (CVOs): Cognitive mashups of multiple VOs iii) Users/stakeholders perspectives 7 iCore + Butler joint workshop 7th October 2011
  • 8 iCore + Butler joint workshop iCore o Overall framework Empowering IoT through Cognitive Technologies 07th October 2011
  • iCore o iCore technical challenges Empowering IoT through Cognitive Technologies  Addressing interoperability issues through     9 VO/CVOs Increase the reusability of objects outside the scope in which they were originally deployed Increase reliability and availability of services Increase energy efficiency Allow Business integration on the view of multiple stakeholders in the composition of services iCore + Butler joint workshop 7th October 2011
  • iCore o Technical approach Empowering IoT through Cognitive Technologies VO and CVO:  Cognitive mechanisms (self-management and learning capabilities) Sensing and context/resources extractions (computing, storage, profile, etc.)  Offering access to information and knowledge on the RWO/DWO context from service point of view Semantic descriptions of the virtual and composite virtual objects The possibility of sharing data and resources in the IoT, which through iCore becomes application domain and initial context agnostic 07 October 2011 th 10 iCore + Butler joint workshop
  • iCore o Technical approach Empowering IoT through Cognitive Technologies DWO RWO 11 iCore + Butler joint workshop 7th October 2011
  • iCore o Technical approach Empowering IoT through Cognitive Technologies • Cognitive mechanisms are used to create the service logic based on the user/application requirements and preferences • Service logic instantiates the reconfigurable application on the CVO fabric • CVO fabric looks up and discovers appropriate VO/CVO or deploys mechanism for composition of new CVO • VO fabric creates and manage the semantic description of VOs • Cognitive mechanisms in VO factory are used for objects awareness and maintain the handled to VO 12 iCore + Butler joint workshop 07th October 2011
  • Technical approach iCore o Empowering IoT through Cognitive Technologies Alignment with EU IoT activities, Overall cognitive process optimization, Architecture reference model iCore security Context awareness, cognitive process technologies Service logic factory Complex event prosessing, service Cognitive composition technologies management and control framework CVO CVO User context registries CVO registries User level cognitive processes CVO level cognitive processes Semantic technologies for maintaining the handle to Virtual Objects VO VO VO VO 13 iCore + Butler joint workshop VO registries VO level cognitive processes 7th October 2011
  • Work organization iCore o Empowering IoT through Cognitive Technologies WP8 Management and co-ordination WP7 Dissemination and exploitation Cluster C: Management and impact generation WP3 Virtual object management WP9 Demonstration and Testing WP4 Composite virtual object management WP6 Use case implementation WP5 User level cognitive mgmt and control mechanisms Cluster B: Implementation WP1 Socio-economic and technical aspects and evaluation Cluster D: Use case definition and business relevance 14 WP2 Cognitive management and control framework for IoT Cluster A: Technology research design and optimisation iCore + Butler joint workshop 7th October 2011
  • Vertical iCore frameworks iCore o Empowering IoT through Cognitive Technologies  iCore frameworks can be used by many parties and type of users and stakeholders ( across vertical application/usage areas) Stakeholders/service providers roles •A real world (RO) or digital world (DW) may be owned (controlled) by a particular stakeholders • Virtual object ( VO) may be owned or controlled by particular service provider • Composite virtual object (CVO) may be owned (controlled) by yet another service provider 15 iCore Negotiation 2nd May 2011
  • iCore application domains iCore o Empowering IoT through Cognitive Technologies  This virtual objects framework will be defined independent of a particular application domain or use case Su ch pp ai ly n bu Sm si ar ne t ss ity e to ffi c su ee pp tin or g t ar tC M ar rt po ns iCore + Butler joint workshop iCore generic business cases Sm 16 16 a Tr of car  Smart home-Living assistant  Smart office- Easy meeting  Smart business-Supply chain iCore Framework and mechanisms Vertical/ Domain specific Use cases Sm  Smart city/transport-Personalization Sm concept four use cases have been selected for demonstration ng t vi an Li ist e ss om A th ar  To show the applicability of the 07th October 2011
  • iCore o External Stakeholders Group Empowering IoT through Cognitive Technologies  Stakeholder engagement in use cases:  iCore stakeholders involvement into two fold- use case definition (TNO, TI, DoComo, WuXI, Atos, etc); use case implementation -ALU, CRF, Siemens, Atos, etc.  iCore external stakeholders group to provide the business and technical requirements for each of the use cases and later validation of the use cases 17 iCore Negotiation 2nd May 2011