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Iotweek Iotcrawler Concept Pitches

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For the IoTweek 2019 conference in Aarhus Denmark 8 concepts were presented to an audience of Industry and higher education, which demonstrate the capabilities of the IoTCrawler and their potential to generate an impact within different domains.
Read more about the partners and test-beds presented at: https://iotcrawler.eu/index.php/partners/

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Iotweek Iotcrawler Concept Pitches

  1. 1. IoT Search Engine Concept Pitches Work created with Scenes™ by SAP AppHaus (https://experience.sap.com/designservices/scenes)
  2. 2. Room Booking Currently, booking systems don’t register if a user shows up at their reservation, thus creating the illusion to other users, that the rooms are booked.This creates frustration and distrust towards the system.To compensate the distrust, students manually check every room. The students/employees etc. needs a solution that provides an overview, and instant live updates on rooms availability to gain the trust for the room booking system.
  3. 3. Scene 1: Campus rooms seem to be unavailable Room Booking This room is booked Ahh! This University seriously need more rooms! This room is booked But Not used!
  4. 4. Scene 2: IoTCrawler can find available rooms Hey students! Check your phone! I can tell you where all the available rooms are, even the nearest ones to minimize downtime! Room Booking This room is booked But Not used! This room is booked But Not used! This room is booked But Not used! This room is booked But Not used! Thankfully the IoTCrawler can see if rooms are being used even though they are booked!
  5. 5. Scene 3: How does it do it? Room Booking The IoTCrawler crawls the IoT network at the campus and the then calculates the situation. It can tell if the rooms actually are used despite being booked & also scan unbooked rooms to see if they are actually being used. This room is booked But Not used! This room is booked But Not used! Hey students! This is your options today: • Room 265 is available in 30min. • Room 306 is not being used right now. • Room 102 with the projector is available from 13.00-14.00 • The travel time from “home” is approx. 25 min. I think we need a projector today…
  6. 6. Scene 4: A solution is provided to the students Room Booking The IoTCrawler detects a booked room for the entire day, but since no one showed up and claimed it (In compliance with the rules) The students can take over the room and book it for the remaining day… *BiB BuuP* Go to room 265, its available all day! Hey guys check it out! Apparently, there is a lot of rooms! The IoT Crawler knows the way! This room is Re-booked And now soon in use!
  7. 7. Together with sensors, the IoTCrawler collects information and translate them into readable content. The sensors sends information about movement in rooms, allowing the Crawler to estimate whether people are present or not. Furthermore, the Crawler checks the booking system and compile the data. This allows users to gain insight on what time of the day, that they will be most successful with obtaining rooms. IoTCrawler
  8. 8. SmartConnect Smart Home environments are extremely heterogeneous, each vendor uses its own technology and data representations. Smart Home application developers are spending considerable amount of time with the integration of vendors specific APIs. This restricts the scalability with respect to supported devices and smart home systems. Ultimately Smart Home users suffer from limited number of Smart Home solutions. On a technical level it is important to address the challenge of semantic interoperability and accelerating the integration of Smart Home devices. IoTCrawler provides a promising framework for solving this challenge in the Smart Home domain.
  9. 9. Tom, Tech-Savvy Smart Home User, has found the GrowSmarter Energy Awareness application, however he cannot use it. The application doesn’t support the type of sensors that he has. Scene 1: Tom often experiences problems when he is trying to connect the different sensors in his Smart Home to a new application SmartConnect Supported sensors How can I connect my sensors to GS Dashboard? Unsupported
  10. 10. Scene 2: The IoTCrawler enabled functionality “SmartConnect” automatically recognizes new sensors SmartConnect IoTCrawler checks with Tom whether the devices have been correctly recognized and integrates it so that they can be accessed by application like the GS Energy Dashboard Tom, I recognized that you have three smart plugs that can measure energy consumption. Is that correct ? Yes. Exactly!
  11. 11. Scene 3: Now Tom can get insights about his energy consumption … SmartConnect Cool! Now I can use GS Dashboard with my sensors to learn about my energy consumption With the help of IoTCrawler and SmartConnect, Tom use GS Energy Awareness Dashboard with his Smart Home System.
  12. 12. Scene 4: …David who developed the GS Energy Awareness Application also benefits from IoTCrawler’s integration functionality. SmartConnect Wow! With IoTCrawler I can reach many more users with the same effort With the help of IoTCrawler and SmartConnect, David’s application can be used by many more users with the same effort. Without IoTCrawler With IoTCrawler and SmartConnect
  13. 13. SmartConnect relies heavily on IoTCrawlers Smart Home Crawler capability. It crawls Smart Home networks, interacts with home owners, data integrators, or uses crowd sourcing for fast integration of discovered IoT devices into IoTCrawler‘s semantic Metadata Repository (MDR) based on which indices and rankings are created. Applications can thus focus on the data rather than devices and have the potential to provide interoperability with a larger amount of smart home devices. IoTCrawler
  14. 14. Elderly Care Activity patterns and changes to the daily living routines can indicate changes in health and well being. Monitoring physiological and environmental data from home and analyzing trends can lead to create personalized care and intervention plans. The work requires IoT and sensory data collection, time series data analysis, machine learning and effective ways of communicating actionable information with people, their relatives, care and clinical staff. The challenge for users is compliance, acceptance and complexity of interacting with the technology.
  15. 15. Anna, an elderly dementia patient, goes out and she forgets her keys. Carla, Anna’s daughter, is worried about where her mother is. Scene 1: Dementia patient going out Where am I?? Where are my keys? Elderly Care
  16. 16. IoTCrawler crawls information from sensors in Anna’s house to detect any changes and collects the data. Scene 2: Crawling sensors in the home Elderly Care 11 a.m. Room 1 No one is there 11 a.m. Room 2 No one is there 10 a.m. Kitchen Making coffee Crawling Room 1 Room 2 Kitchen
  17. 17. Scene 3: Checking dementia patient status Elderly Care With IoTCrawler I can realize when my mother went out and if it’s late I can call for help. I can also see when the sensors in her home needs maintenance
  18. 18. Elderly Care – UI example
  19. 19. IoTCrawler provides methods for extracting patterns and trends from continuous data: machine learning models to interpret the patterns and create algorithms to detect complex conditions: Personalised and privacy´aware search and discovery methods for highly sensitive data: IoTCrawler
  20. 20. Smart Parking Finding a free parking spot can be frustrating, time consuming and generates pollution. At the same time it feeds-back by worsening traffic congestion. The challenge is to help users find a free parking spot that fits their duration, distance and budget constraints.
  21. 21. Scene 1: Current situation in Murcia SMART PARKING Julia lives in Corvera, a 30 minute drive to Murcia, where she works. If Julia leaves later than 7:30 there are often no free parking spots in her destination area. No free parking spots! I’ll never make it!
  22. 22. Scene 2: IoTCrawler-based Smart parking service SMART PARKING Julia has heard of this new app… it uses… Crawling Regulated Parking Zone info Crawling RPZ info: Expender1: Busy Expender2: Free Expender3: Free
  23. 23. Scene 3: Crawling SMART PARKING The service uses the functionality of the IoTCrawler by crawling Regulated Parking Zone information (RPZ). 10:00 a.m. Sector 2 #60% Free (likelihood) 10:00 a.m. Sector 1 #90% Free (likelihood) 10:00 a.m. Sector 3 #10% Free (likelihood) Crawling Sector1 Sector2 Sector3
  24. 24. Scene 4: Julia has a great morning commute. SMART PARKING With the IoT Crawler compliant app Julia’s commute will be much less stressful. The application will also readjust if traffic jams happen. There's a lot of traffic. But, I’ll make it in time.
  25. 25. IoTCrawler gathers information on the different parking alternatives, indexing and ranking them according to parameters relevant to the user. When queried, it returns updated and precise information, allowing us to offer flexible and agile suggestions to the user. IoTCrawler
  26. 26. Pop-up Experimentation Space The concepts are based on insights from the collaboration phase. We focused on Aarhus’ Smart City lab – our outdoor testing area for smart city solutions. In a workshop with a neighboring high-school we found out that dream of a greener Aarhus City Lab and that it might be used for sustainability experiments. Their ideas for monitoring and plants in this public space, could also be used to support biology innovation class. Through interviews and workshop with IoT startups and Smart City stakeholders, we found out that there is a need for and a better overview of the options. We build on the potential we see in easy access to flexible areas for and testing IoT experiments – for formal, informal and – by using IoTCrawler functionalities.
  27. 27. Concept 3: Pop-up Experiment space Subject: Sustainable innovation & IoT solutions The innovation teacher Patrick from the local high school has planned to work with IoT over the course of 8 lessons with the students. He wants the lessons to be connected to real-life needs and environments. Tomorrows lesson starts at 9:00 at City Lab Don’t be late! Scene 1: The high-school has a need for an outdoor area for an experiment with IoT Pop-up Experimentation Space®
  28. 28. Concept 3: Pop-up Experiment space The next day and the week after the students work on their IoT solutions and they setup experiments in the Pop-up experiment space. Scene 2: They use the service “Pop-up experiment space” to find an experiment space nearby. Pop-up Experimentation Space®
  29. 29. Concept 3: Pop-up Experiment space The sensors are placed and activated. The monitoring system is setup online. Scene 3: The students carry out their experiments. Pop-up Experimentation Space®
  30. 30. The sensor data is released for others to see and the municipality use it to know when to water else-where in Aarhus. The IoTCrawler makes it possible for the municipality and citizens to track and use external data sources. Scene 4: The data from the IoT sensors are easily available on the Pop-up experiment space platform. Pop-up Experimentation Space®
  31. 31. Pop-up Experimentation Space® SubscribeJoin The IoT Garden Join Katedral School and others exploring sustainable IoT solutions… [Read more] Create a new Experiment Space Manage an existing Experiment Space Search Experiment Spaces E.g. ”IoT Garden”
  32. 32. Subscribe Join The IoT Garden Join Katedral School and others in exploring how IoT Solutions can support sustainability in the cities. Join this space if you want to add your own sensors or IoT solutions – follow the rules and guidelines for experimenting in this space. You can also subscribe to the data feed from this experiment space. Experiment Dashboard Experiment Updates Suggested: Surrounding Data Testing Smart Bench Garden sensors Smart Compost Bin Experiment Space Rules • All ideas need to be approved by the City of Aarhus since this is a public space. After joining you can apply with a solution. • All solutions should be mobile or easy to remove. • The solutions may not interfere with the everyday use of the area. Create a new Experiment Space Manage an existing Experiment Space Search Experiment Spaces E.g. ”IoT Garden” Last Crawled: 2 hours ago by IoTCrawler Soil-moisture Sensor Quality Metrics Latest Value and Time Stamp Traffic Noise Quality Metrics Latest Value and Time Stamp Pop-up Experimentation Space®
  33. 33. IoTCrawler crawls the geofenced area that defines the experimentation space and automatically integrates all IoT sensors and devices from users who have been allowed to be part of this particular experimentation space. A user can subscribe to the data generated in the experimentation space, which IoTCrawler delivers and monitor its quality. IoTCrawler
  34. 34. CompariSense In the early stages of an IoT startup’s product development there is a need to find out if the product generates valid data by comparing it to other data sources. E.g. for parking sensors, startups could use webcams as to way to identify if a car is parked. or if you are measuring air quality there might be existing/competing products in a city that could be used to benchmark your product. The concept “CompariSense” give IoT startups and their customers an easier way to test and benchmark IoT products.
  35. 35. Scene 1: Vicki runs an IoT start-up and has created a new IoT product that measures UV levels. CompariSense® Vicki needs to verify that the data her products generate is valid. Normally she would compare the data from her IoT device with data from other sensors she has made or a reference data set that a customer asks her to use.
  36. 36. Scene 2: This time Vicki uses a service called CompariSense to validate her data. CompariSense® She searches for UV sensors on the CompariSense platform and a list of available UV sensors shows up. She saves them to her profile on CompariSense and starts monitoring them along with her own data to validate her product. These UV sensors are just what I need in order to test my product. CompariSense® CompariSense® UV
  37. 37. Scene 3: Vicki monitors the data and sees an anomality CompariSense® Vicki can see that her own data spikes on certain times of the day compared to the other sources, so she explores the problem and identifies a solution. Hmm…. My measurements seem to be a bit off compared to the other data sources. Selected Public Data Source (Virtual sensor) Selected Public Data Source Your Data Source (private) CompariSense®
  38. 38. Scene 4: Vicki can also create Virtual Sensors by fusioning other data sources. CompariSense® When Vicki is unable to find a suited data source, she can create a virtual sensor by fusing other data sources. Other users can also use the virtual sensors that Vicki makes public and create new virtual sensors based on that one. Sometimes I create a virtual sensor to validate my data, when I can’t find a suited data source. CompariSense®
  39. 39. CompariSense® Create Virtual Sensor Not finding what you need? CompariSense® allows you to create virtual sensors by combining other data sources. Virtuel sensors are marked with this symbol. Traffic Traffic Noise: 93 dB Water Temp: 4 C Traffic Count: 20 Traffic Count: 24
  40. 40. CompariSense® Selected Public Data Source (Virtual sensor) Selected Public Data Source Your Data Source (private) Graph View Data View Sensor Value Time Avg. Daily Value QoI Selected Public Data Source (Virtual sensor) 65 08:22 60 2 Selected Public Data Source 56 08:22 66 4 Your Data Source (private) 56 08:22 64 3 Saved Data Sources E.g. ”Humidity Sensors” Traffic Noise: 93 dB Humidity Sensor: 70 Water Temp: 4 C
  41. 41. IoTCrawler enables the CompariSense application to find suited data sources that the startups can use to validate their products. Customers can also use it to document the quality of the product that they are testing. IoTCrawler is also capable of producing quality metrics of a given data source, so it is transparent to other users what makes it a relevant data source to use as validation of a different IoT product. IoTCrawler
  42. 42. Machine Monitoring Dashboard Industrial machining on the shop floor is creating a mass of Data from sensors during the production process. It’s a challenge for humans to identify critical processes or anomalies on the amount of data process data on manufacturing sites. Powerful searching is needed to create added value from industrial process data e.g. to detect conditions for predictive maintenance or optimize the production process.
  43. 43. Scene 1: Peter is a shop floor production manager working on continuous production improvements (KAIZEN). Peter needs an overview on anomalies in the production to track them and implement solutions to solve. Traditionally the anomalies are reported by production workers on Whiteboards in the production during a shift. Machine Monitoring Dashboard
  44. 44. Scene 2: Peter can use mobile KAIZEN interfaces to see the workers report everywhere. Peter has a digital and mobile frontend to access the worker shift reports to get status information of anomalies during a production shift. Machine Monitoring Dashboard
  45. 45. Scene 3: Peter search production data linked to anomalies Selcted Public Data Source (Virtual sensor) Selected Public Data Source Your Data Source (private) Show me the status of cutting tools at Machine 1 compared to Machine 4 Machine Monitoring Dashboard
  46. 46. Scene 4: The results helps him to implement an optimization on the Shop floor during his KAIZEN cycle. The result of human reports is validated and added with digital sensor data. This will lead into changes on the shop floor processes to be discussed with production shift leader and introduced on production. We need to change maintenance cycle for cutting tools Machine Monitoring Dashboard
  47. 47. IoT Crawler is used to search industrial process data and show search results on mobile human interfaces as e.g. dashboards for tablets. The data is collected and aggregated from real time machining and stored in a search index. IoTCrawler
  48. 48. Smart Energy
  49. 49. Energy Aggregator Characters Page 02 SMART ENERGY Energy Market
  50. 50. Scene 1: Current electricity market situation Main character: Energy market | Page 03 Only assets which have passed prequalification may participate in flexibility trading. I need control power in a certain area for balancing the grid! Ok, here is my offer! SMART ENERGY Grid Operator or Energy Supplier Power Plant Operator
  51. 51. Scene 2: Future electricity market Main character: TGO| Page 03 Thanks to IoT crawler, small, not prequalified energy prosumers can participate in flexibility trading, too. I need control power in a certain area for balancing the grid! Ok, here is my offer! Virtual Power Plant Operator (Aggreator) SMART ENERGY I can also offer energy! Grid Operator or Energy Supplier Power Plant Operator
  52. 52. Scene 3: Continuous service discovery Main character: IoT crawler | Page 04 The IoT crawler continuously scans the IoT network for potential assets to participate in flexibility trading *crawling* SMART ENERGY
  53. 53. Scene 4: Issue semantic search Main character: Energy aggregator | Page 05 The aggregator asks the IoT crawler via its semantic query interface for suitable resources by specifying the desired power profile, offered incentives, region where the control energy is needed and quality criteria. • Power profile? • Price? • Location? Hmm… SMART ENERGY
  54. 54. Scene 5: Semantic search results Main character: IoT crawler | Page 06 The IoT crawler processes the semantic search request and queries its context image on currently available assets matching the search criteria and returns the ranked results to the aggregator. 1. Home_XYZ ((P=1,5kW, t=20min),…, r=0,95) 2. PV ((P=2,25kW, t=30min),…,r=0,80) 3. EV-Charger ((P=11kW, t=10min),..., r=0,75…) 4. Home_ABC((P=2,5kW, t=20min),… r=0,5) 5. … Aha… SMART ENERGY
  55. 55. Scene 6: Result selection Main character: Energy aggregator | Page 07 The aggregator picks the offers it needs to fulfill the control power demand. I’ll take: • Home_XYZ (1,5kW, 20min…) • PV (2,25kW, 30min…) • EV-Charger (11kW, 10min…) • … Allright! SMART ENERGY
  56. 56. Scene 7: Receiving service endpoints Main character: IoT crawler | Page 08 The IoT Crawler returns the endpoints of the selected services to the aggregator Here are your service endpoints: • http://… • http://… • http://…Thanks! SMART ENERGY
  57. 57. Scene 8: Collecting flexibility Main character: Energy aggregator | Page 09 The aggregator requests the control power directly from the selected assets. If assets are unavailable, the next available will be selected according to the ranking. SMART ENERGY
  58. 58. Scene 9: Control energy trade Main character: Energy aggregator | Page 10 The aggregator sells cumulated control power from small assets to the energy market. I need control energy! Here is my control energy offer! SMART ENERGY Transmission grid operator
  59. 59. Scene 10: Update ratings at IoT crawler Main character: Energy aggregator | Page 11 The aggregator passes its new ratings back to the context management (via the query interface) in order to improve future search results. • UpdateRating(Home_ XYZ, 1) • UpdateRating(PV, 0) • UpdateRating(EV- Charger, 0,5) I see… SMART ENERGY
  60. 60. Unrestricted © Siemens AG 2019 2019-04-25Page 60 Now a little bit more technical….
  61. 61. Unrestricted © Siemens AG 2019 2019-04-25Page 61 Baseline: Service discovery in building automation and energy systems Context Management Ranking Semantic Search IoT Discovery BT1 BEMS Semantic search Rated results Indexing Ranking Edge Broker
  62. 62. Unrestricted © Siemens AG 2019 2019-04-25Page 62 Next step: Service discovery for a Virtual Power Plant on a swarm of assets Semantic search Rated results BT1 BT1 BT1 BEMS Semantic search BEMS Semantic search Rated results BEMS Semantic search Context Management Ranking Semantic Search IoT DiscoveryVirtual Power Plant Indexing Ranking Federated Broker NGSI NGSI NGSI . . . NGSI

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