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2017 06-01 1st BIG IoT Webinar

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1st BIG IoT Webinar
The webinar will provide a general overview of the BIG IoT project, the technical solution and the application form of the 1st Open call.

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2017 06-01 1st BIG IoT Webinar

  1. 1. Bridging the Interoperability Gap of the Internet of Things BIG IoT Project – 1st Webinar Arne Bröring Jelena Mitic Claudia Simonato
  2. 2. 2 We are … Jelena Mitic Project Coordinator Siemens AG Dr. Arne Bröring Technical Manager Siemens AG Claudia Simonato Open Call Task Lead CSI Piedmont
  3. 3. 3 Agenda  Project & Open Call Overview 10 min – Jelena  BIG IoT Architecture 10 min – Arne  Q&A 10 min  1st Open Call: How To Apply 15 min – Claudia  Q&A 30 min
  4. 4. 4 For your information…  The Webinar will be recorded  Slides and recorded presentation will be available online  Please post your questions in the chat, we will answer them in Q&A session  Please mute your microphone during the presentation
  5. 5. 5 Project Overview Jelena
  6. 6. 6 Challenge – missing interoperability  Today, we are dealing with many heterogeneous, vertically oriented IoT platforms.  Thus, the development of cross-platform and cross-domain applications is tedious and expensive.  Additionally, it leads to high market entry barriers for small innovative business.  As a result of this, no vibrant IoT ecosystem exists.
  7. 7. 7 Our approach BIG IoT API MarketplaceApplication Service  BIG IoT API to provide and consume IoT resources from different platforms in an unify way  Marketplace to share, discover and monetize IoT resources (data and services)  Tool for easy development of new, cross- platform services and applications
  8. 8. 8 8 IoT platforms already speaks BIG IoT Platforms ConnectedCity Platform Distributed Smart Object Platform Smart Data Platform Wubby Platform OpenIoT Platform Advanced Parking Management TIC Platform Smart Traffic Platform Application Application … Service Service …
  9. 9. 9 Pilots & Use Cases Barcelona Piedmont Berlin – WolfsburgUse Cases in the domain of Smart Mobility and Environmental Monitoring:  Smart Parking  Smart Traffic Management  Public Transport Optimization  Healthy Bike Navigation  Smart Bike Sharing  Incentive-based Green Route Planning  Multimodal Route Optimization  Smart Charging
  10. 10. 10 Project in a nutshell Project Duration 01.01.2016 - 31.12.2018 Consortium 12 partners + 2 linked 3rd parties
  11. 11. 11 BIG IoT Open Calls  €750k for 3rd parties to implement new IoT solutions or integrate the existing ones into the BIG IoT ecosystem by making use of the BIG IoT enablers  2 Open Calls:  first  Date: 26th Apr – 16th Jun 2017 – ONGOING  Budget: €300k (up to €60k per project)  second  Date: Jan – Feb 2018  Budget: €450k
  12. 12. 12 1st Open Call Summary What? Integrate existing IoT data sources/platforms by using BIG IoT API and offer them on the BIG IoT Marketplace. The data sources should be related to Smart Mobility and Environmental Monitoring. Why?  Join strong ecosystem , promote your solution, increase usage of your data for new services and applications of the second Open Call, get visibility in the European IoT community When? Call Open: 26th Apr – 16th Jun 2017 Project Implementation: Sep 2017- Jan 2018 (5 months)
  13. 13. 13 BIG IoT Architecture Arne
  14. 14. 14 Main Challenges City – Public Parking Department Parking Lot Provider A How to discover data sources? Parking Lot Provider B Berlin Barcelona Piedmont Smart Parking Service How to access? How to evolve? … Parking Information Community -based Parking
  15. 15. 15 Our Solution City – Public Parking Department Parking Lot Provider A Community -based Parking Parking Lot Provider B Berlin Barcelona Piedmont BIG IoT Marketplace Semantic Description of Offerings Offering Semantic Search Offering … Semantic Description Offering Offering Offering Smart Parking Service Parking Information
  16. 16. 16 High-level Architecture Service / Application Service / Platform BIG IoT Marketplace BIG IoT Provider Lib BIG IoT Consumer Lib
  17. 17. 17 BIG IoT API – Access BIG IoT Provider Lib Credentials <Output Data> Generic Offering parameters Offering Description <Input Data> <response> <platform call> Call: Offering endpoint Platform/Service
  18. 18. 18 Offering Description (OD) Service / Application Platform / Service BIG IoT Marketplace BIG IoT Provider Lib BIG IoT Consumer Lib OD describes interface OD used as payload Offering model for discovery
  19. 19. 19 Offering Description – Example { context: ["http://big-iot.eu/ctx" , {"schema" : "http://schema.org"}], providerId: "Barcelona_City-provider" name: "Sensor-level ParkingSpace Information" category: "schema:parkingSiteManagement" inputData: [ {name: "longitude", rdfType: "schema:longitude"} {name: "latitude", rdfType: "schema:latitude"} {name: "radius", rdfType: "schema:geoRadius"} ] outputData: [ {name: "longitude", rdfType: "schema:longitude"} {name: "latitude", rdfType: "schema:latitude"} {name: "status", rdfType: "schema:parkingSpaceStatus"} ] endpoints: { uri: "http://bigiot/access/parkinginfo", type: "HTTP_GET"} licenseType: "OPEN_DATA_LICENSE", region: "Barcelona"... price: { money: {amount: 0.002000, currency: "EUR"}, accountingModel: "PER_ACCESS"} } ... URI of the Offering Semantic annotations Based on Web of Things‘ Thing Description
  20. 20. 20 BIG IoT Marketplace ... for whom? End User ... who are looking for apps Developers, IT guys, Creatives… • @ Smart City • @ Mobility Company … who need IoT offerings for their applications
  21. 21. 21 BIG IoT Marketplace
  22. 22. 22 BIG IoT Marketplace Portal
  23. 23. 23 Your tasks to integrate with BIG IoT 1. Utilize Provider Lib (currently in Java) to implement access to your Offerings 2. Utilize Provider Lib to implement interactions with Marketplace 3. Create Offering Description for each of your offerings to register them a. Collaborate to extend the domain model to accomodate your offerings 4. Provide offerings at BIG IoT marketplace until end of BIG IoT project for all partners 5. Provide feedback and shape an IoT Ecosystem Service / Platform BIG IoT Marketplace BIG IoT Provider Lib
  24. 24. 24 More information: Developer Guide
  25. 25. 25 Questions & Answers
  26. 26. 26 1st Open Call How to Apply Claudia
  27. 27. 27 Who  Individual SMEs, universities, companies and research institutes; only one entity per proposal; not necessarily located in any of the three demonstration sites  Not eligible for funding: institutions, organisations or other kind of legal entities funded by otherwise affiliated with a BIG IoT partner  Each participant can present only one proposal  Participants selected from the first Open Call can participate to the second Open Call providing a value- added solution  Preferred data referring to pilot areas (Piedmont, Barcelona, Berlin) PLEASE HIGHLIGHT THIS ASPECT IN THE PROPOSALS!
  28. 28. 28 We are looking for…  IoT Platform and Data providers  Domains: Smart Mobility (traffic, parking etc.) and Smart Environment (e.g. air quality)  Data (own or open source) – data won’t become automatically open but BIG IoT provides solutions for accounting, licensing, and billing  IoT Platforms that contain offerings/data  Proposals in English  Proposals up to €60k
  29. 29. 29 Important Applications Documents … … are available at our website: http://big-iot.eu/first-open-call/
  30. 30. 30 How to participate - Application Form F6S portal: https://www.f6s.co m/opencall1big-iot/
  31. 31. 31 Application Form I Let us know who you are! Describe your profile and create your team. Insert a complete company profile. Ask your team members to login into F6S.
  32. 32. 32 Application Form II 6 main sections: A. Basic info B. IoT Solution C. Innovation and Impact D. Implementation E. Data management F. Miscellaneous
  33. 33. 33 Focus: Section B- IoT Solution Open data are NOT MANDATORY. BIG IoT enables accountability that allow the management of data accordingly to the owner’s policies.
  34. 34. 34 Focus: Section D Implementation Duration: Up to 5 months Deliverables: any tangible output (report, software etc. describing your results). List of deliverables template avilable on our website. 2 deliverables are MANDATORY for proceeding the scheduled payments : Intermediate and Final Technical Report. Budget for personnel, equipment and other goods, services and travel costs.
  35. 35. 35 And then? Submission Deadline June 16, 5pm CET Evaluation by external evaluators and notification of winners: End of July Project start: September 1, 2017 Winners will join the project as Siemens third parties and sign the Collaboration Agreement with Siemens.
  36. 36. 36 Communication and support During the proposal phase:  FAQ section on our website  Feasibility Check for proposals draft available until the 9th of Jun  Helpdesk e-mail contact During the implementation phase:  Kickoff F2F meeting beginning of September in Munich  First support team:  Open Call team: Claudia & Jelena  Technical team lead by Arne
  37. 37. Thank you for your attention!
  38. 38. 38 Questions & Answers
  39. 39. 39 be part of our BIG team

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