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IoT Lab
Crowdsourced Experimental Environment
Aleksandra Rankov,
Srdjan Krčo,Stevan Jokić
DunavNET, Serbia
1
Explore the power of the crowd
Exploring direct interactions with the
crowd (with smart phones) and enabling
the crowd to be at the core of the
research ...
Aim
Economic Research
IoT Lab
To research the potential of crowdsourcing i.e. crowd participation in sensing and actuation...
IoT Lab project
FP7 3-years project (No 610477) commenced 1 Oct 2013
Switzerland Serbia
Greece
Coordinator
Denmark
CONSORT...
Voluntary participants will be able to INITIATE,
RUN or JUST TAKE PART in a selected experiment
and thus contribute to the...
Crowdsourcing
Driven
Initiate,
guide,
assess
research
1. Submit,
assess, rank
research
3. Suggest
adaptations
and
Research...
Objectives - IoT Lab in a nutshell
Crowdsourcing
mechanisms and tools
• To enable testbeds to integrate and
use third part...
Objectives cont’ - IoT Lab in a nutshell
End-user and societal
value
• researching potential crowdsourcing
participants in...
IoT Lab Mission
To extend existing testbeds
through crowd sourcing,
enabling richer and more
distributed experiments
Bring...
Virtualization of existing testbeds
through Fed4FIRE and integration
Challenges
A large number of testbeds with different ...
Platform Development Approach
IoT Lab Platform
Architecture
State of the Art analysis
and adaptations Updates with technic...
IoT Lab Platform
13
IoT Lab General Use Case Diagram
Platform Requirements
User profile management
• for both participants and
investigators
• Security for AAA control
• Built...
IoT Lab accounts
manager
IoT (testbed)
resources
management
interface
Crowd interaction
management
interface
IoT Lab Platf...
Project Plan
Y1
IoT Lab
platform fully
defined;
Y2
Finalizing and
fine tuning the
tools
Y3
Scaling up the
IoT Lab
platform...
Explore the power of the crowd
Join us:
THANK YOU!
CROWDSOURCE THE FUTURECROWDSOURCE THE FUTURECROWDSOURCE THE FUTURECROWD...
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  1. 1. IoT Lab Crowdsourced Experimental Environment Aleksandra Rankov, Srdjan Krčo,Stevan Jokić DunavNET, Serbia 1
  2. 2. Explore the power of the crowd
  3. 3. Exploring direct interactions with the crowd (with smart phones) and enabling the crowd to be at the core of the research cycle. This would enable a Motivation research cycle. This would enable a better alignment of the research with the society and end-users needs and requirements.
  4. 4. Aim Economic Research IoT Lab To research the potential of crowdsourcing i.e. crowd participation in sensing and actuation to integrate the crowd smart phones with existing FIRE testbed infrastructures or any general statically deployed IoT resources in order to enable a wide range of multidisciplinary experiments with more end-user interactions, flexibility, scalability, cost efficiency and societal added value. 4 Societal Research Technological Research IoT Lab Testbed as a Service
  5. 5. IoT Lab project FP7 3-years project (No 610477) commenced 1 Oct 2013 Switzerland Serbia Greece Coordinator Denmark CONSORTIUM 5 Sweden UK UK Switzerland CONSORTIUM FIRETESTBED INFRASTRUCTURES Hobnet CTI TB WISEBED & Hobnet University of Geneva TB Hobnet & EAR-IT Mandat International TB Smart Santanders University of Surrey TB
  6. 6. Voluntary participants will be able to INITIATE, RUN or JUST TAKE PART in a selected experiment and thus contribute to the new research. CROWDSENSING CROWDSOURCING Privacy by Design – Built-in anonymity + Data protection + Incentive and rewarding schemes Acceleration Gravity Gyroscope Light Linear acceleration Magnetic field Orientation Pressure Proximity Rotation Temperature Battery level Camera GPS location Microphone Sensory data Crowd knowledge Surveys/Questionnaires Market analysis Public opinion/polls Testing of a product
  7. 7. Crowdsourcing Driven Initiate, guide, assess research 1. Submit, assess, rank research 3. Suggest adaptations and Research model – Crowd-sourcing 7 Driven Research research topics 2. Test/assess results and improvements Leverage the “wisdom of the crowd” and collective intelligence potential to enable truly end-user driven research processes.
  8. 8. Objectives - IoT Lab in a nutshell Crowdsourcing mechanisms and tools • To enable testbeds to integrate and use third party resources (smart phones) and interact with the distributed users. Virtualization • of crowdsourcing and testbed components facilitating the integration and interaction with heterogeneous components, including physical, mobile and virtual ones. Ubiquitous Interconnection and Cloudification • of the testbeds resources to provide an on-line platform of Testbed as a Service (TBaaS). 8
  9. 9. Objectives cont’ - IoT Lab in a nutshell End-user and societal value • researching potential crowdsourcing participants interests, drivers and barriers to adoption, in order to propose an optimized model for end-user adoption and societal value creation. “Crowdsourcing-driven research” • as a new model in which the research can be initiated, guided and assessed by the crowd. Economic dimension of crowdsourcing testbed • by analyzing the potential markets and business models in order to optimize the exploitation, costs, profitability and economic sustainability of such testbeds. Performing multidisciplinary experiments • including end-user driven experiments through crowdsourcing, to assess the added value of such approach. 9
  10. 10. IoT Lab Mission To extend existing testbeds through crowd sourcing, enabling richer and more distributed experiments Bring the researcher and the end-user together, with closer interactions between the experiments and the society A new approach for Support multidisciplinary experiments Increase testbed economic sustainability A new approach for experimentation 10
  11. 11. Virtualization of existing testbeds through Fed4FIRE and integration Challenges A large number of testbeds with different functionalities, architecture and interfaces through Fed4FIRE and integration with crowdsourcing IoT resources 11 Testbed as a Service Unification of the resource discovery and reservation process A wide range of heterogeneous devices as well as testbeds under different authorities, with different tools and from different application domains are accessible through IoT Lab platform in a unified way!
  12. 12. Platform Development Approach IoT Lab Platform Architecture State of the Art analysis and adaptations Updates with technicalUpdates with technical developments in WPdevelopments in WPs 12 Architectureand adaptations Updates with technicalUpdates with technical developments in WPdevelopments in WPs
  13. 13. IoT Lab Platform 13
  14. 14. IoT Lab General Use Case Diagram
  15. 15. Platform Requirements User profile management • for both participants and investigators • Security for AAA control • Built-in reputation Experiment Configuration • Detailed experiment description (resources, objectives, timeline , privacy) Testbed Resources Management • interface that allows testbed managers to configure and make their resources available for experimentation Privacy and Ethics Crowdsourcing and Crowdsensing provisioning • Capability of crowd and testbed resources to provide sensory and/or crowd knowledge data Experiments Management • Browsing and evaluation of experiments Privacy and Ethics • PRIVACY BY DESIGN concept: • users are requested minimal information • a clear description of the required data (user and device) Support for incentives • for crowd and investigators incentive.
  16. 16. IoT Lab accounts manager IoT (testbed) resources management interface Crowd interaction management interface IoT Lab Platform as a Service high level architecture MAIN COMPONENTS Setup and management of participants accounts, including the researchers/experime nters access and personal accounts. Use of Fed4FIRE enablers to enable interactions with IoT components from the testbeds and the smart phones. Handling the interaction with the participants
  17. 17. Project Plan Y1 IoT Lab platform fully defined; Y2 Finalizing and fine tuning the tools Y3 Scaling up the IoT Lab platformdefined; Testbeds fully integrated Initial components developed tools Testbed as a Service fully operational Experiments started platform Large outreach Experiments results and analytics
  18. 18. Explore the power of the crowd Join us: THANK YOU! CROWDSOURCE THE FUTURECROWDSOURCE THE FUTURECROWDSOURCE THE FUTURECROWDSOURCE THE FUTURECROWDSOURCE THE FUTURECROWDSOURCE THE FUTURECROWDSOURCE THE FUTURECROWDSOURCE THE FUTURE @iotlab IoT Lab IoT Lab www.iotlab.eu Join us:

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