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Sensor Technologies for Smart City services” by Jose M. Hernandez-Munoz The Smart Santander project at Smart Cities & the Future Internet organised by Fireball, Eurocities and ENoLL on January 25th, …

Sensor Technologies for Smart City services” by Jose M. Hernandez-Munoz The Smart Santander project at Smart Cities & the Future Internet organised by Fireball, Eurocities and ENoLL on January 25th, 2012.

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  • 1. SMART SANTANDER Sensor Technologies for Smart City Services Smart Cities and the Future Internet Workshop Brussels, 25th of January 2012 José M. Hernández-Muñoz, TelefónicaCopyright © 2012 Smart Santander Project. All Rights reserved.
  • 2. SmartSantander has been working to identify essential Smart City service areas Phase 0 Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 350 devices 2,000 dev. 5,000 dev. 20,000 dev. Apr 2011 Sept 2011 Dec 2012 Oct 2013 2Copyright © 2012 Smart Santander Project. All Rights reserved.
  • 3. First phases activity areas: Mobility and traffic management • Vehicles detection in:  Loading/unloading areas  Urban transport bus-stops  Limited-time parking lots  Areas reserved for people with reduced mobility • Pollution (CO, noise) • Weather (T, humidity, etc.) Parking sensor node. To be deployed buried in the asphalt. At the corresponding load/unload area, bus stop or handicapped-reserved space. Repeater. To be deployed at available street lights or traffic lights. Gateway. Connected to Internet/Intranet. Radio link  Analysis of potential services performed  Evaluation KPIs identified for every use-case  Infrastructure covering both research requirements and end-user services defined 3  Public surveys conducted in 5 languagesCopyright © 2012 Smart Santander Project. All Rights reserved. 3
  • 4. SmartSantander: Current progress and preliminary outcomes (Oct ’11) http://www.smartsantander.eu/map/ 4Copyright © 2012 Smart Santander Project. All Rights reserved.
  • 5. Heterogeneous sensor technology & network infrastructure is necessary • The type of sensors, RFID tags and mobile devices to be used to build smart scenarios is very much related to the different services/use cases to be implemented, i.e.: – Public Transportation and traffic control – Parks and gardens control and management – Environmental management and monitoring – Public buildings, installations monitoring and management – Street lighting, waste management, etc. • A wide range of sensors, RFID tags and mobile devices is considered in these scenarios 802.15.4 / ZigBee Environmental: RF modules Temperature, humidity pressure, ambient light, CO2, wind speed ... ZigBee / 3G, LTE, WiFi, RFID Ethernet tracking Personal care GPS, presence, gateways and assistance smoke & gas detectors, Micro-controllers IP video cameras 5Copyright © 2012 Smart Santander Project. All Rights reserved.
  • 6. Platforms are also of the utmost importance to create intelligence out of dataUSN- Gateway: USN- Enabler: Abstract and  Resourceefficient communi- Discovery: look-cation management up registered(Service-Oriented machines/sensorsCommunication)  Observation Bridging machines Storage:/sensors/actuators informationto unified commu- repositorynication protocols(SIP)  Publish- Subscribe-Notify: Unified communi- simple & complexcation network conditions andmanagement, xDSL, events.GSM, GPRS, UMTS, LTE,WiFi, ...  Homogeneous Remote Defined as IMS ExecutionUser Equipment capabilities 6Copyright © 2012 Smart Santander Project. All Rights reserved. 6
  • 7. Real World makes necessary to validate technology in large scale real settings Smart Santander aims at providing a European experimental test facility for the research and experimentation of architectures, key enabling technologies, services and applications for the Internet of Things (IoT) in the context of the smart city 20.000 IoT devices 7Copyright © 2012 Smart Santander Project. All Rights reserved.
  • 8. But technological aspects cannot be considered independently anymore! Architectural reference model definition Specification and design of the facility Implementation of the system Infrastructure deployment Services & applications: Use cases for both the research community and the end-users Business models and sustainable exploita- tion combining research & service support 8Copyright © 2012 Smart Santander Project. All Rights reserved.
  • 9. Conclusions • Internet of Things (IoT) technology, as a whole, is one of the most powerful enablers for making the Smart City paradigm a reality. • SmartSantander addresses some key challenges of future Smart Cities under a holistic approach to ensure the materialization of the concepts and the sustainability of the deployed infrastructures. • Further to a cross-regional and cross-national co-operation, leaded by local and regional authorities, the project promotes a dialogue among companies, businesses, citizens, and ICT researchers and developers applying user-driven innovation methodologies. 9Copyright © 2012 Smart Santander Project. All Rights reserved.
  • 10. Thank you !Copyright © 2012 Smart Santander Project. All Rights reserved.