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Tutorial: "SmartSantander: Punto de encuentro entre la investigación en la Internet del Futuro y la Smart City."
 

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SmartSantander: Punto de encuentro entre la investigación en la Internet del Futuro y la Smart City.

SmartSantander: Punto de encuentro entre la investigación en la Internet del Futuro y la Smart City.
D. Luis Sánchez González (Universidad de Cantabria)

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    Tutorial: "SmartSantander: Punto de encuentro entre la investigación en la Internet del Futuro y la Smart City." Tutorial: "SmartSantander: Punto de encuentro entre la investigación en la Internet del Futuro y la Smart City." Presentation Transcript

    • SMART SANTANDER SmartSantander: Punto de encuentro entre la investigación en la Internet del Futuro y la Smart City.  Dr. Luis Sanchez, Universidad de Cantabria XXI Jornadas TELECOM I+DCopyright © SmartSantander Project FP7‐ICT‐2009‐5 257992. All Rights reserved. Santander, 28 de Septiembre de 2011
    • Outline • What, why and how? • Technologies and services. • Expected experimentation support and tools • Objectives of the Open Call • Conclusions.Copyright © SmartSantander Project FP7‐ICT‐2009‐5 257992. All Rights reserved.
    • What is SmartSantander about? SmartSantander 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 devicesCopyright © SmartSantander Project FP7‐ICT‐2009‐5 257992. All Rights reserved.
    • Why Smart‐Santander? • Smart  Santander  was  perceived  from  the  very  beginning  as  a  golden  opportunity  for  lining  up  the  vectors of the value chain: – Industry, in particular SMEs. – Research centers. – Other agents. • SmartSantander is not only for researchers... – Smart services for Santander city and citizens – Traffic  management  in  the  city  (outdoors  parking  areas,  traffic  monitoring,  control  loading  areas,  ...)    +  environmental impactCopyright © SmartSantander Project FP7‐ICT‐2009‐5 257992. All Rights reserved.
    • How is SmartSantander becoming a reality? • Phased roll‐out and deployment: Time Scale Resources Facility services Application domains Basis for 1st call experiments Basis for 2nd call experiments Call publication: Sep ‘12 Experiments: Nov ‘12 – Jul ‘13Copyright © SmartSantander Project FP7‐ICT‐2009‐5 257992. All Rights reserved.
    • How is SmartSantander becoming a reality? • Physical  platform  requirements  extracted  from  FIRE  research and Smart City service provision demands – Support for experimentation – Support for service provision • Not re‐inventing the wheel – Taking  results  from  previous  projects  fitting  SmartSantander requirements • Real‐world environment – From the lab to the hostile outdoor scenario!!Copyright © SmartSantander Project FP7‐ICT‐2009‐5 257992. All Rights reserved.
    • Technologies and Services • Phase 1 deployment – 1500 installed on lamp posts • 750 targeted to service provision (Temperature, Noise Levels, Light  Intensity, CO index) • 750 targeted to experimentation – 400 buried in the asphalt • Vehicle detection Copyright © SmartSantander Project FP7‐ICT‐2009‐5 257992. All Rights reserved.
    • Technologies and Services • Full‐meshed network architecture – Topology controlled by experimenter possible – Reprogrammable over‐the‐air – 802.15.4 transceiver dedicated for experimentation Load/Unload Area Streetlight Digimesh Link Parking sensor: Sensor node with one transceiver (Digimesh) 802.15.4 Link Repeater: Sensor node with two WiFi/GPRS, transceivers (Digimesh and 802.15.4) ethernet Link SmartSantander Gateway: Node with communication with Backbone sensor networks (Digimesh and 802.15.4) and communication with external networks (WiFi, GPRS, ethernet) Copyright © SmartSantander Project FP7‐ICT‐2009‐5 257992. All Rights reserved.
    • Technologies and Services From the lab to the hostile outdoor scenario!! Copyright © SmartSantander Project FP7‐ICT‐2009‐5 257992. All Rights reserved.
    • Technologies and Services • Experimentation and service provision in parallel • Integration  of  the  Testbed Runtime (WISEBED),  USN  (Telefonica)  and  Resource  Directory (SENSEI)  APIs  in  the  SmartSantander framework. • Further  developed  to  meet  SmartSantander requirements – Full wireless environment • OTAP – New hardware devices • Dual transceiver – Glue between components • Running over a real‐world deployment Copyright © SmartSantander Project FP7‐ICT‐2009‐5 257992. All Rights reserved.
    • Expected experimentation support  and tools • Tools supporting of the entire experimentation cycle – Open APIs with appropriate documentation – Transparent and seamless – Secure Specification – Resource selection – Reservation – Execution control – Configuration specs – Scheduling – Event injection – Provisioning of images – Deployment and – Monitoring – Definition of KPIs, configuration – Data collection debug & log info – Logging Specification phase Setup phase Execution phaseCopyright © SmartSantander Project FP7‐ICT‐2009‐5 257992. All Rights reserved.
    • Expected experimentation support  and tools • Integration of baseline for SmartSantander – Software  modules  coming  from  WISEBED,  SENSEI  and  Telco2.0 – Implementation and integration • Functionalities exclusive of SmartSantander as derived in WP1 – Pure wireless testbed – Designed for experiments, not for services  – Dynamic self‐configuration  – Monitoring and fault management  – Interfaces between available components – Integration with new hardware devicesCopyright © SmartSantander Project FP7‐ICT‐2009‐5 257992. All Rights reserved.
    • Open Call: Some facts • SmartCity context supporting experimentation 1) Innovative applications and services for smart cities and built  environment 2) Internet of Things middleware solutions  3) Internet of Things communication protocols and technologies  • Real‐world environment • Administrative details – Call publication: 1st October 2011 – Call close: 16th November 2011 – Call budget: Up to 1.2 M€ (for both phases)  – Number of partners per experiments: 1‐2  – Max requested funding per experiment: 200K€ Copyright © SmartSantander Project FP7‐ICT‐2009‐5 257992. All Rights reserved.
    • Call objectives • Main goal: – To expand the project’s service, protocol and technology  offering towards future IoT experimentation as well as the  public in the context of the Smart City. Copyright © SmartSantander Project FP7‐ICT‐2009‐5 257992. All Rights reserved.
    • Conclusions • SmartCity for experimentation – Wide possibilities for experimentation  • WSN management • services and applications • data and knowledge engineering • protocols experimentation – Open platform • Open Calls are an intrinsic part of the project – Proposals must foster project impactCopyright © SmartSantander Project FP7‐ICT‐2009‐5 257992. All Rights reserved.
    • SMART SANTANDER SmartSantander: Punto de encuentro entre la investigación en la Internet del Futuro y la Smart City.  Dr. Luis Sanchez, Universidad de Cantabria XXI Jornadas TELECOM I+DCopyright © SmartSantander Project FP7‐ICT‐2009‐5 257992. All Rights reserved. Santander, 28 de Septiembre de 2011