IERCProject Presentationswww.internet-of-things-research.euInternet of Things Research in Europe ClusterCoordinator of IERC Ovidiu.Vermesan@sintef.noIERC EC Coordinator, Peter.Friess@ec.europa.eu
IERCIoT.est - Identity cardIoT.est - Internet of Things Environmentfor Service Creation and Testing• FP7 call: FP7-ICT-2011-7• Instrument: STREP• Start date: 01.10.2011• Total budget : 3.8 M€• Effort : 2.4 PMs• Duration: 36 monthshttp://ict‐iotest.eu
IERCIERC Chain Activities ImplementationThe IERC projects are not stand alone but partof the activity chains in the Cluster (existingand developing). Activity chains are a methodused by the projects to address the EuropeanApproach in different research areas.StrategyScheduleRoles and ResponsibilitiesContactsCommunications
IERCMotivation / objectives / milestonesMotivation Why is this project necessary?Testing was always seen as an add on, not as part of the design choices What are the research needs?Semantic Description: to model IoT enabled business services and IoTresources.IoT service composition environmentMapping to Heterogeneous Platforms and Large Scale DeploymentAutomated Generation of TestsContext-aware Service Adaptation How will the identified problems be solved by the project?All problems mentioned are interlinked, at the core of the approach is thedevelopment of a IoT Service model and life cycle
IERCMotivation / objectives / milestonesObjectives What will the project achieve and deliver? will establish and ease the creation andprovision of IoT enabled business servicesby bringing together the three disciplinesInternet of Things, Service Engineering andTesting. design guide, testing tool kit
IERCExpected final results: exploitation IoT.est will impact IoT enabled business processes. … will allow the systematic integration of IoTservice development within the IoT businessprocesses. … will provide lower entry barriers for construction,provisioning and consumption of services and IoTenabled business processes. … facilitate solutions for IoT service developmentfor accessing the real world resources and objects. … will contribute to, and partly drive relevantstandardisation activities (e.g. TTCN3).
IERCNew research issuesAre there any research needs to beaddressed in Horizon 2020?Testing as part of the design for any types ofserviceHas the topic reached the competitivelever or is still in R&D?Still in R&D, but some aspects are used intoolsAny supports needed from IERC?Awareness of the other projects
IERCThank you!IERC - European Research Cluster on the Internet of ThingsCoordinator of IERC Ovidiu.Vermesan@sintef.noIERC EC Coordinator, Peter.Friess@ec.europa.eu