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On request of GEOSPATIAL WORLD (@geoworldmedia) an English translation of my presentation on Sensor Web and IoT and the role of Geography

On request of GEOSPATIAL WORLD (@geoworldmedia) an English translation of my presentation on Sensor Web and IoT and the role of Geography

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  • 1. Sensor Web en Internet of Things Presentation for the Geonovum Steering Committee on Pilot Sensorweb and IoT 17th Februari 2014 Erik van der Zee (Geodan/VU)
  • 2. Contents 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Introduction Sensorweb en Internet of Things (SWIoT) Role of Geography in SW & IoT Crowd Sourced Sensing SW & IoT Standaarden (OGC/W3C) SW & IoT and Security SW & IoT and Privacy SW & IoT Possible topics for the Pilot Final remarks www.geodan.nl
  • 3. 1. Introduction Sensorweb and Internet of Things
  • 4. History – Sensor networks exist already for a long time • Process industry (oil refineries, chemical plants) • Logistics • Surveillance (CCTV) • … – Properties • Closed networks • Closed data sources • No open standards (vendor specific protocols) – Technological developments… • Hardware becomes smaller (=energy efficient + cheap) and (internet) connectivity is improving (bandwidth, stability, coverage) and cheaper • Standaards for interoperability are becoming available (e.g. SWE, SSN, ONVIF) www.geodan.nl
  • 5. Internet of Things (Gartner Hype Cycle) www.geodan.nl
  • 6. Internet connected smart objects www.geodan.nl
  • 7. Increasing numbers of smart objects… www.geodan.nl
  • 8. Smart Objects… > Smart objects are physical or virtual devices with physical or virtual sensors c.q. actuators (e.g. a security camera) Hardware Software > Virtual sensors = sensors that measure some virtual event and based on this send alerts or notifications, e.g. a digital calendar alert or an alert when someone enters your virtual house in Second Life (www.secondlife.com)(the alert is send through the Second Life API to e.g. your smart phone) www.geodan.nl
  • 9. Static and Dynamic Sensing Remote Sensing Static Positions Dynamic Positions In-Situ Sensing www.geodan.nl
  • 10. Static and Dynamic Act(uat)ing Remote Acting Static Positions Dynamic Positions In-Situ Acting www.geodan.nl
  • 11. Sensing  Big Data (event streams) www.geodan.nl
  • 12. Sensing – Analysing – Acting (1) > > Continuous loop of sensing, analyzing and acting  Optimization of processes in Smart Environments raw events Sensing Analysis meaningful events Act(uat)ing future events raw events Predicting www.geodan.nl
  • 13. Sensing – Analysing – Acting (2) > Event Stream Processing (ESP) www.geodan.nl
  • 14. 2. Role of Geography in Sensorweb and IoT
  • 15. Role van Geography Geo IT Geography (xyzt) Location Awareness in The IoT Information Technology Geo-IT in the IoT Information Technology in the IoT Smart Devices www.geodan.nl
  • 16. Role van Geography > Location is a connecting principle (or “glue”) in the IoT www.geodan.nl
  • 17. Smart devices on the map… www.geodan.nl
  • 18. Examples sense-analyze-act and GEO (1) > Smart waste management www.geodan.nl
  • 19. Route optimalization 100% 50% 70% 55% 100% 90% 40% www.geodan.nl
  • 20. Examples sense-analyze-act and GEO (2) > Smart Parking www.geodan.nl
  • 21. Examples sense-analyze-act and GEO (3) > Emergency Response www.geodan.nl
  • 22. Examples sense-analyze-act en GEO (4) > Smart Things and Social Media – Social web of things “facebook of things” > Alert when recycling bin is almost full, or when it has been emptied www.geodan.nl
  • 23. IoT Playing Field www.geodan.nl
  • 24. 50+ Use Cases www.geodan.nl
  • 25. 3. Crowd Sourced Sensing
  • 26. Fukushima > http://japan.failedrobot.com/ www.geodan.nl
  • 27. Real-time data brokers > > > > Real-time data broker for networked objects and environments Example https://xively.com/ (formely known as “Pachube”) Collects and distributes data streams of sensors Can send alerts, notifications and steer processes (actuating) www.geodan.nl
  • 28. Geluidsnet > Measurement noise pollution around Schiphol www.geodan.nl
  • 29. Air Quality Egg > http://airqualityegg.com/ www.geodan.nl
  • 30. 4. Standards
  • 31. OGC SWE Standaarden > SWE standards overview > http://www.opengeospatial.org/og c/markets-technologies/swe OWS Demonstrations (use of SWE standards) http://www.opengeospatial.org/pr ojects/initiatives/ows-5 www.geodan.nl
  • 32. W3C > Semantic Sensor Network (SSN) > http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/ssn/wiki/Se mantic_Sensor_Net_Ontology > Relation with Geonovum Linked Open Data Pilot (“PiLOD”)! www.geodan.nl
  • 33. 5. Security
  • 34. Security > Hacking scenarios (manipulation of sensors, actuators and event streams) www.geodan.nl
  • 35. 6. Privacy
  • 36. Privacy (NRC Saturday 15th February 2014) www.geodan.nl
  • 37. Statements… www.geodan.nl
  • 38. Privacy > The feeling of being spied upon by the Government (control state) www.geodan.nl
  • 39. 7. Possible subjects for SW & IoT Pilot… …
  • 40. Mogelijke onderwerpen voor de Pilot > Related to Pilot Use Cases or broader… – Standaardization (technical + semantic) • E.g. NL Profile for SOS and SPS • Praktical use of OGC and W3C standards – – – – – Sensor Catalog (meta data, findability) Open Sensor Data Semantic Sensor Web Education and Research Exchange of user experiences • In the areas of hardware (power supply, battery life) • Internet connectivity (bvb in remote areas) • … www.geodan.nl
  • 41. 8. Final remarks…
  • 42. Final Remarks… > 3D Pilot + LOD Pilot + SWIoT Pilot = SimCity www.geodan.nl
  • 43. The End Time for questions and discussions

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