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6th Wave member IoT Smart Santander

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  • 1. IoT Santander Living LabFuture Internet Research and Experimentation in the context of a Smart City: IoT Santander Living Lab Dr. Luis Sanchez University of Cantabria lsanchez@tlmat.unican.es ENoLL 6th Wave BarCamp. Mechelen, 23rd May 2012
  • 2. Why  IoT  Santander  LL?   •  The  City  Council  and  Regional  Government  are  convinced  that   a   new   economic   cycle   based   on   knowledge   and   innova:on   will  provide  the  basis  for  sustainable  growth. •  Smart  Santander  was  perceived  from  the  very  beginning  as  a   golden   opportunity   for   lining   up   the   vectors   of   the   value   chain:   §  Industry,  in  par:cular  SMEs.   §  Research  centers.   §  Other  agents.   •  This  situa:on  (with  some  delay)  is  now  par:ally  mimicked  at   na:onal  level  with  more  emphasis  on  the  service  component.       ENoLL 6th Wave BarCamp. Mechelen, 23rd May 2012
  • 3. How  is  IoT  Santander  LL  becoming  a  reality?   •  With  important  support  from: §  Regional  Government  (budge:ng  500,000  K€  for  IoT  devices)   §  City   Council   making   available   most   of   their   public   infrastructures   (street   lamps,   parking   areas,   public   transport   system,  etc.)   §  University  priori:zing  the  project.     §  Telefónica    providing  support  and  exploi:ng  the  infrastructure   §  Relevant   impact   in   the   media   (na:onal/interna:onal   TV,   newspapers,  journals…).   §  …and  of  course  the  European  Commission.         ENoLL 6th Wave BarCamp. Mechelen, 23rd May 2012
  • 4. Technologies  and  Services   •  We   rely   on   heterogeneous   wireless   sensor   technology   fulfilling   the   requirements  of  a  hos:le  outdoor  environment:   §  Duality  experimenta:on-­‐service  provision.     ENoLL 6th Wave BarCamp. Mechelen, 23rd May 2012
  • 5. Technologies  and  Services   •  An  ini:al  list  of  services  has  been  provided  according   to:   §  User-­‐driven  selec:on   §  City  council  perspec:ve.   •  Some  of  the  services  are:   §  Traffic   management   (parking   control,   public   transport   smart-­‐management,  traffic  condi:ons)   §  Public  street  ligh:ng   §  Environmental  monitoring   •  How   are   the   ci:zens   involved   in   IoT   Santander   LL   service  priori:za:on?   §  Par:cipatory  sensing   §  Augmented  reality   §  Mobile  sensing   ENoLL 6th Wave BarCamp. Mechelen, 23rd May 2012
  • 6. Mobilizing  all  the  stakeholders   •  Through   clear   messages   from   Regional   Government   about  the  priori:es:   §  Collabora:ve  project  ini:a:ves    on  Smart  Ci:es.   §  RoK   •  The  City  Council  :   §  Making   the   ci:zens   aware   that   something   is   happening   around  them.   §  Involving  them  through  ques:onnaires  and  other  tools.   •  Looking   for   a   mee:ng   point   among   the   industry,   financial   sector   (Santander   Bank)   and   research   centers  to  achieve  a  sustainable  exploita:on  model.       ENoLL 6th Wave BarCamp. Mechelen, 23rd May 2012

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