Future Internet Applied to Public Safety in Smart Cities SafeCity deals with smart Public safety and security in cities. The main objective is to enhance the role of Future Internet inensuring people feel safe in their surroundings at time that their surroundings are protected.SafeCity is the result of the elaboration of a vertical Use Case Scenario based on Public Safety in European cities.
Objectives To study specific scenarios in key European cities to enable our capabilities in the area of Public Safety. To identify an initial set of enablers, to provide the Public Safety smart capabilities. Involvement of key users and public authorities at local, regional and national levels in the proposalHelsinki Scenario Bucharest Scenario To develop smart Public Safety applications of high value. To develop conceptual prototypes and test a preliminary open IT platform for M2M, demonstrating the feasibility of urban Public Safety services. To demonstrate the positive impact of these solutions on a city’s sustainable development, and developing eco-designed networks and sensors. To integrate Public Safety in order to extend this implementation to the citizens’ terminals for their effective awareness. Involvement of key users and public authorities at local, regional and national levels in the proposal.
OutcomesSet of innovative Internet-based capabilities/applications thatenhance Public Safety in EU cities.Set of technical, functional and non-functional specificationsrequires to support identified innovative capabilities. Helsinki Scenario BucharestAnalysis of social, ethical and political implications of the Scenarioinnovative functionalities.Interface definition and interoperabilityrequirements among enablers.Development of 8 Public Safetyapplications based on Generic andSafeCity specific enablers.Development of conceptual prototypesand perform two PoC s in Madrid andStockholm
Isdefe Spain Athens Information Technology Greece Aratos Technologies Greece TEKEVER– Tecnologias de la Informacao S.A. Portugal Athena GS3 Security Implementations Ltd. Israel Hi-Iberia Spain Madrid City Council Spain S.C. MIRA TELECOM S.R.L. Romania Telecom Italia Spa Italy VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Finland Everis Spain Totalforsvarets Forskningsinstitut Sweden KEMEA Greece Thales Services SAS France Fundación Tecnalia Research & Innovation SpainProject website: www.safecity-project.euStarting date: 01/04/2011 Duration 24 months Total cost: 5.042.021 € EU grant:3.719.000 €Coordinator: Contact:Isdefe Diego Giménez PérezBeatriz de Bobadilla nº3 email@example.comMadrid 28040, Spain Tel: +34 91 2711268www.isdefe.es Fax: +34 91 4114703 The research leading to this results has received funding from the European Community s Seventh Framework Programme.