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SOFIA - ARTEMIS & ITEA co-Summit 2010
 

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    SOFIA - ARTEMIS & ITEA co-Summit 2010 SOFIA - ARTEMIS & ITEA co-Summit 2010 Document Transcript

    • an ARTEMIS Call 2008 project profileSOFIASmart Objects For Intelligent Applications E X E C U T I V E summar y SOFIA aims to make “information” in the physical world available for smart services in embedded and ubiquitous systems. SOFIA will propose an Open Innovation Platform that allows independent development of applications using the “ubiquitous” data. C O N T R I B U T I O N to SRA SOFIA will create a cross-domain information access and sharing solution and combine the connectivity and communication capabilities neces- sary to realise the seamless interoperability between the Ambient Intelligent Environments. The common platform will be used to introduce several applications using and sharing information from different domains - namely mobile, automotive, home, professional portable comput- ers, and surveillance systems. The Open Innovation Platform and the shared information will create a basis for European innovation in Smart Environments that can be deployed on global scale. M A R K E T I N N O VAT I O N & impact SOFIA will have a fundamental role in creating applications for smart environment by defining a common way to share and access local data. The common and open solutions will enable the introduction of new digital applications, extension of functionality in existing systems and development of cross-domain services for consumer services in cities, houses and private spaces like the car, and for professional users in differ- ent areas like in building maintenance or in monitoring of spaces or assets. It is possible to foster innovation while maintaining value of existing legacy systems and investments.Advanced Research & T e c h n o ll o g y no ogy ff o r or EMbedded EMbedded II n tt e ll ll ii g e n c e n e gence and and S y ss tt e m ss Sy em
    • R E l E V A N C E & C O N T R I B U T I O N S to Call 2008 ObjectivesThe SOFIA project will test its real use in three different application contexts: personal spaces, smart indoorspaces and smart city. While each of these addresses specific requirements and constraints arising fromtheir environments, all face similar challenges in sharing information. The use of interaction methods andtechnologies as well as application development tools for various kinds of platforms sets challenges thatneed to be solved through common solutions that can be adapted to different industrial sectors.R & D I N N O VAT I O N and technical excellence> Open Innovation platform (OIP) as a reference platform providing the interoperability levels that enable interaction and data exchange between multivendor devices.> Interaction models and embedded devices to support a variety of smart spaces and a variety of users.> Move today’s device oriented interaction modes to a user goal and result oriented interaction paradigm.> Methods, techno-economic structures and toolkits for the deployment of smart environments and for the development of services and applications based on smart environments> Scenarios and use cases to demonstrate the capabilities of the OIP and the proposed interaction models and techno-economic structures in personal spaces, indoor spaces and cities.P R O J E C T par tnersFinland NetherlandsNokia Philips Research Laboratories Eindhoven NXPVTT Technical Research Centre of Finland SemiconductorsMeshworks Wireless Technical University of Eindhoven Twente Institute for Wireless and Mobile CommunicationsItaly ConanteElsagDatamatEurotech SpainCentro Ricerche FIAT Acciona Infraestructuras European SoftwareConsorzio Cooperative Costruzioni Institute-Tecnalia ‘University of Rome La Sapienza IndraNextworksUniversity of Bologna PRojEcT cooRdInAToRSwitzerland Petri LiuhaEcole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne InSTITUTIon Nokia Oyj EMAIL petri.liuha@nokia.com WEbSITE www.sofia-project.eu dURATIon 36 months START January 2009 ToTAL InVESTMEnT 36,5 M€www.artemis-ia.eu www.artemis-ju.eu