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    • INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON SELF-AWARE INTERNET OF THINGS, SELF-IoT 2012 in conjunction with ICAC September 17th Levent Gurgen, CEA-LETI, France A. Rahim Biswas, Create-Net, Italy Klaus Moessner, University of Surrey, UK Fano Ramparany, Orange Labs, France
    • Internet of Things  Personal Computers were revolutionary!  But the real revolution was when we inter-connected them! => Internet DACLE Division| January 2012 | 2 © CEA. All rights reserved
    • Internet of Things  Personal Computers were revolutionary!  But the real revolution was when we inter-connected them! => Internet  Embedded devices are revolutionary!  But the real revolution will be when we will interconnect them! => Internet of Things, Ubiquitous networks, Cyber-physical systems DACLE Division| January 2012 | 3 © CEA. All rights reserved
    • From embedded systems to internet of things  Traditional embedded systems: dedicated to a specific task in a given application domain.  Internet of things: communicating and collaborating embedded systems that are massively deployed, that can perform universal tasks across domains DACLE Division| January 2012 | 4 © CEA. All rights reserved
    • Autonomic Computing and Internet of Things: an indispensable union  Autonomic computing, a grand challenge that will allow systems self-managing their complexity, using high-level objectives and policies defined by humans.  Internet of things (IoT) will exponentially increase the scale and the complexity of existing computing and communication systems  Autonomy is thus an imperative property for IoT systems.  Still a lack of research on how to adapt and tailor existing research on autonomic computing to the specific characteristics of IoT, e.g.,     resources constraints lossy environments. high dynamicity and distribution, real-time nature DACLE Division| January 2012 | 5 © CEA. All rights reserved
    • Self-IoT workshop brought you by 5 European projects on IoT and autonomic computing  BUTLER  uBiquitous, secUre inTernet-of-things with Location and contExt-awaReness  iCore  Empowering IoT through Cognitive Technologies  IoT.est  Internet of Things Environnement for Service Creation and Testing  OUTSMART  Provisioning of urban/regional smart services and business models enabled by the Future Internet  Awareness  Self-awareness in autonomic systems DACLE Division| January 2012 | 6 © CEA. All rights reserved
    • BUTLER uBiquitous, secUre inTernetof-things with Location and contExt-awaReness FP7 call: FP7-ICT-2011-7 Integrated Project October 2011  September 2014 15 M€ 1234 man.months DACLE Division| January 2012 | 7 7 © CEA. All rights reserved
    • A day in the life of BUTLER user… SmartHealth 7:30 … SmartHome ! 7:00 … 16:30 … ! 13:00… SmartTransport SmartShopping 17:00… SmartCity Delayed: 20min Horizontal, seamless scenarios 16:50… DACLE Division| January 2012 | 8 8 © CEA. All rights reserved
    • iCore Project Outline/Consortium  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) 9 iCore + Butler joint workshop th 07 October 2011 DACLE Division| January 2012 | 9 © CEA. All rights reserved
    • Overall iCore framework 10 iCore + Butler joint workshop th 07 October | 10 DACLE Division| January 20122011 © CEA. All rights reserved
    • IoT.est - Internet of Things Environnement for Service Creation and Testing (IoT.est)  8 partners, 7 countries Industry SME PTIN, ATOS, SIE TT, AI Research Centre NICT Higher Education UNIS, UASO  Project Lead: CCSR, University of Surrey  Start date: 01.10.2011  Duration: 36 months DACLE Division| January 2012 | 11 © CEA. All rights reserved
    • IoT.est – a quick snapshot  IoT.est is investigating and developing a test-driven service creation environment (SCE) for Internet of Things enabled business services.  This IoT-SCE will enable the acquisition of data and control/actuation features of sensors, objects and actuators.  The project will provide the means and tools to define and instantiate IoT services that exploit data across domain boundaries and that have testing build in by design.  IoT.est will facilitate run-time monitoring and will enable autonomous service adaptation to environment/context and network parameter (e.g. QoS) changes. DACLE Division| January 2012 | 12 © CEA. All rights reserved
    • OUTSMART – Smart cities, utilities and environment Part of the FI-PPP initiative (Future Internet – Public Private Partnership) Aarhus Birmingham Trento Santander Berlin Domain experts Future Internet experts waste management Business innovation applications and services domain specific Chapters FRANCE TELECOM SA TELEFONICA ALCATEL-LUCENT ITALIA S.P.A. ERICSSON ENGINEERING ATOS ORIGIN CORONIS WORLDSENSING. CEA-LETI UNIVERSITY OF LUXEMBOURG ALEXANDRA INSTITUTTET AMPLEX AS ARHUS VAND A/S UNIVERSITY OF SURREY AMEY OW LIMITED Ci3 CREATE-NET Dolomiti Energia UNIVERSITY OF CANTABRIA BANCO SANTANDER SA SANTANDER city EMPRESA CANTABRA SL E.ON SERVICIOS SL TTI NORTE, S.L. FRAUNHOFER BSR BERLINER STADTREINIGUNGSBETRIEBE Cluster leaders FIware Technology foundation Transversal partners Technology transfer Domain specific requirements 1st phase: proof of concept ; 2 years duration, 7,6 M€ budget. 2nd phase: large scale deployments (more cities in Europe) DACLE Division| January 2012 | 13 © CEA. All rights reserved
    • Clusters and use cases Network Backbone OUTSMART platform Cluster Access Point OUTSMART adapter OUTSMART Capillary Network Access Gateway OUTSMART adapter OUTSMART adapter Utility Network Other Networks (Source Info) Authority Network Capillary networks ……… Proprietary networks ………. OUTSMART capillary network Light Level Sensor Car Presence Sensor Pedestrian Presence Sensor AMMS System StreetLight Regulators (Actuators) AMMS Devices StreetLight Intensity Controler Sensor/Actuator Networks DACLE Division| January 2012 | 14 © CEA. All rights reserved
    • Self-awareness in autonomic computing  Awareness is a Future and Emerging Technologies Proactive Initiative funded by the European Commission under FP7  helping to support researchers in self-aware autonomic systems  organizes workshops and encourages international collaboration  Provides funding for Collaborative Research Exchange in the field of Self-Awareness in Autonomic Systems  runs training activities, summer schools  coordinates a research roadmap  produces magazines and newsletters DACLE Division| January 2012 | 15 © CEA. All rights reserved
    • is a coordination action        ASCENS: Autonomic Service-Component Ensembles EPICS: Engineering Proprioception in Computing Systems ORGANIC COMPUTING: Organic Computing Initiative (OCI) RECOGNITION: Relevance and cognition for self-awareness in a content-centric Internet SAPERE: Self-aware Pervasive Service Ecosystems SYMBRION: Symbiotic Evolutionary Robot Organisms (funded by PerAda) CoCoRo: Collective Cognitive Robots DACLE Division| January 2012 | 16 © CEA. All rights reserved
    • Self-IoT Workshop  Goals of the Self-IoT workshop  to Identify the important, challenging and emerging needs of IoT applications that are becoming omnipresent in our daily lives (e.g., at home, office, transport, city and urban environments).  To continue in the coming years and to be the reference workshop to gather different scientific communities from academy and industry for the common goal which is to realize plug&play, context-aware and autonomous Internet of things that will be self-configured, selforganized, self-optimized and self-healed without (or with minimum) human intervention. DACLE Division| January 2012 | 17 © CEA. All rights reserved
    • Agenda         8:45 – 9:00 AM : Welcome Remarks 9:00 – 10:00 AM : Keynote by Joerg Denzinger, Testing cooperative autonomous systems for unwanted emergent behaviour and dangerous self-adaptations 10:00 – 10:30 AM : Refreshments 10:30 – 11:00 AM : Dynamic Trust Management for Internet of Things Applications. Fenye Bao and Ing-Ray Chen. 11:00 – 11:30 AM : Social Network Relationships in the Internet of Things. Pat Doody and Andrew Shields. 11:30 – 12:00 AM : Autonomic Pervasive Applications Driven by Abstract Specifications. Ozan Gunalp, Levent Gurgen, Vincent Lestideau and Philippe Lalanda. 12:00 AM – 1:30 PM : Lunch in Piedmont Room 1:30 – 2:30 PM : Panel session: The challenges and future trends of autonomic computing for Internet of Things. Chair: Joerg Denzinger; Panelists: Jorge Pereira Carlos, ATOS, “Internet of things – Some (human) use cases”; Rui Zhang, PARC, “Contextual intelligence: the next decade”; Chetan Gupta, HP, “Real-time operations management”. 2:30 – 3:00 PM : Autonomic computing system for self-management of Machine-to-Machine networks. Mahdi Ben Alaya, Salma Matoussi, Thierry Monteil and Khalil Drira. 3:00 – 3:30 PM : Refreshments 3:30 – 4:00 PM : A Distributed Model for Approximate Service Provisioning in Internet of Thing. Chayan Sarkar, Vijay S. Rao, R. Venkatesha Prasad, Abdur Rahim Biswas and Ignas Niemegeers. 4:00 – 4:30 PM : Activity Duration Analysis Using Foursquare Check-ins. Joan Melia-Segui, Rui Zhang, Eugene Bart, Bob Price and Oliver Brdiczka. 4:30 – 4:45 PM : Concluding remarks DACLE Division| January 2012 | 18 © CEA. All rights reserved
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