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Smartie - Project overview

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• Smart Cities use the Internet of Things for large-scale, partially mission-critical systems

• Many decentralised sensors and information sources are

available in a city which can be used to improve services

• Sharing the information-base enables third parties to offer

Sharing the information-base enables third parties to offer

additional services

• Security, Privacy and Trust

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Smartie - Project overview

  1. 1. SMARTIE – Project Overview © 2014 – All rights reservedwww.smartie-project.eu SMARTIE – Project Overview Vladan Rankov – DunavNET Boris Pokric – DunavNET 14-16 October 2014 ICT forum - Niš
  2. 2. Motivation • Smart Cities use the Internet of Things for large-scale, partially mission-critical systems • Many decentralised sensors and information sources are available in a city which can be used to improve services Sharing the information-base enables third parties to offer © 2014 – All rights reservedwww.smartie-project.eu • Sharing the information-base enables third parties to offer additional services • Security, Privacy and Trust • Provide trust and quality-of-information in shared information models to enable them to be re-used across many applications. • Provide secure exchange of data between IoT devices and consumers of their information. • Provide protection mechanisms for vulnerable devices. 2
  3. 3. Vision The vision of SMARTIE is to create a distributed framework to share large volumes of heterogeneous information for the use in smart-city applications, enabling end-to-end security and trust in information © 2014 – All rights reservedwww.smartie-project.eu enabling end-to-end security and trust in information delivery for decision-making purposes following data owner’s privacy requirements. 3
  4. 4. Key Approach • vertical end-to-end security and trust from the sensor to the application © 2014 – All rights reservedwww.smartie-project.eu • horizontal cross- domain data sharing following the respective access policies 4
  5. 5. Consortium • 7 Partners – 5 countries • 2 Industry • 2 SME • 1 Research Institution © 2014 – All rights reservedwww.smartie-project.eu • 1 Research Institution • 1 University • 1 Public Agency • Duration: 36 months 5
  6. 6. Objectives 1. Understanding requirements for data and application security and creating a policy-enabled framework supporting data sharing across applications. 2. Developing new technologies that establish trust and security in the perception layer and network layer. © 2014 – All rights reservedwww.smartie-project.eu 6 perception layer and network layer. 3. Develop new technologies for trusted information creation and secure storage for the information service layer. 4. Develop new technologies for information retrieval and processing guided by access control policies in the application layer. 5. Demonstrate the project results in real use cases.
  7. 7. Objective 1: Requirements and Architecture • Use-cases in the smart city (e.g. energy, traffic, public safety) • identify requirements for trust in the information • identify privacy requirements (personal, business, regulatory) © 2014 – All rights reservedwww.smartie-project.eu • Derive technical requirements and develop a policy-enabled distributed architecture for IoT data collection, processing and sharing 7
  8. 8. Objective 2: Trust and Security in the perception and network layer • Weakest link determines the security: already the nodes must be trustworthy. • Security for information source (sensor devices, smartphones) © 2014 – All rights reservedwww.smartie-project.eu • Security for information source (sensor devices, smartphones) • Secure communication between devices and platform, light- weigh cryptographic protocols • Attestation of the sensor state and quality, of the platform capabilities 8
  9. 9. Objective 3: Trusted information creation and secure storage • Adapt security mechanisms based on the requirements at runtime • Access control and policies across domains © 2014 – All rights reservedwww.smartie-project.eu • Access control and policies across domains • Encrypted storage against data leakage, cryptographic protection of data integrity during aggregation • Trace trust in data while data aggregation and storage 9
  10. 10. Objective 4: Technologies for information retrieval and processing • Information needs to be retrieved from a massive distributed system-of-systems • Develop methods for privacy-preserving event detection © 2014 – All rights reservedwww.smartie-project.eu • Develop methods for privacy-preserving event detection and processing • consumer learns only relevant processed information • Discover trusted data following privacy and access rights • Provide interfaces for cooperation between the systems and towards the application 10
  11. 11. Demonstrators - Frankfurt • Green Way is project partner specialised in deploying telematics traffic infrastructure. • City of Frankfurt committed to support the activity. © 2014 – All rights reservedwww.smartie-project.eu • City of Frankfurt committed to support the activity. • Possibility to influence real traffic. • Focus on authentication, trust, data security, interoperability 11
  12. 12. Demonstrators - Murcia • ARGEM is partner in the project: ARGEM is the Regional Energy Agency of Murcia and is in charge of the development of renewable energies and energy efficiency. • Demonstrator is a joint effort with UMU in order to deploy a Smart Campus and Efficient Energy Usage • Monitoring energy efficient in the campus taking into account energy consumption and energy generation © 2014 – All rights reservedwww.smartie-project.eu consumption and energy generation • Evaluate real-time behaviour of systems jointly acting as a sustainable ecosystem • Provide user the capability to interact with the system to facilitate the improve of the energy efficiency • Integrate existing deployment in the UMU Campus and new ones that will happen within next year to gather data from monitoring • Actually 10 buildings are monitored • Existing Platform to gather data • Design and deploy secure solutions for exchange, interactions and transfer of data from sensors 12
  13. 13. Demonstrators – Novi Sad • Using data from Novi Sad became possible recently • GPS data of busses are now available • Commitment from the city of Novi Sad and from the organisation managing the data • Utilise location of busses and travellers © 2014 – All rights reservedwww.smartie-project.eu • Utilise location of busses and travellers • Provide smartphone application to enable travellers access to smart transportation usage • Collect various data from different sources and extrapolate services to different stakeholders • Focus on data security and privacy using developed access rights and policies 13
  14. 14. Novi Sad - Pilot © 2014 – All rights reservedwww.smartie-project.eu Heidelberg 14
  15. 15. info@dunavnet.eu Dr Vladan Rankov DunavNET doo Antona Čehova 1 21000 Novi Sad www.smartie-project.eu 21000 Novi Sad Serbia Mobile: +381645341616 E-Mail: vladan.rankov@dunavnet.eu http://www.dunavnet.eu/

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