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IOT LARGE SCALE PILOTS
Opening Oct 2015
Deadline April 2016
Budget 100mil EUR
 Pilots – goal driven initiatives that will propose IoT approaches to
specific real-life industrial/societal challenges
...
 Foster innovation
 Foster deployment of IoT solutions in Europe
 Create value across the IoT value chain, with a focus...
Large scale, in operational conditions
Full value chain
Open interfaces
TO REMEMBER
• deploy innovative and user-led pilot projects capable of supporting and extending
independent living at home for older a...
 Sophisticated sensors, robots and sensor networks combined with procedures to
link mapped variables to appropriate farmi...
 Proposals shall include an adequate combination of different farms to
ensure
 deployment of the technology is adapted t...
 LSP pilot will cover a series of cities to operate as reference zones for
showcasing and experimenting new citizen-centr...
BENCHMARK STUDY FOR LSP
IN THE AREA OF INTERENT
OF THINGS
European value
Attractiveness
LSP potential
SELECTION AND BENCHMARK CRITERIA
Identification of most valuable use cases
Identification of key players
LSP deployment strategy
STUDY OBJECTIVES
IoT market is still very fragmented in the EU
Coexistence of open and proprietary solutions
Existence of vertical focus
SO...
Multi-modal mobility and smart road infrastructure
Smart agriculture and food traceability
Energy saving in home and indus...
 Open air agriculture and horticulture
 Automated detection of pests and diseases on crop fields
 Irrigate crop remotel...
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AIOTI and IoT LSP

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Srdjan Krco, Ph.D. (DunavNET): The role of the Alliance for IoT Innovation and opportunities in IoT LSP (Large Scale Pilots)

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AIOTI and IoT LSP

  1. 1. IOT LARGE SCALE PILOTS Opening Oct 2015 Deadline April 2016 Budget 100mil EUR
  2. 2.  Pilots – goal driven initiatives that will propose IoT approaches to specific real-life industrial/societal challenges  involve stakeholders from supply side to demand side  contain all technological and innovation elements (the use, application and deployment as well as the development, testing and integration activities  large scale - possible to operate under load and constraints conditions close to operational load one's  demonstration to operate across multiple sites, scalability to large amount of heterogeneous devices and systems, as well as with large amount of real users  feedback mechanisms to allow adaptation and optimisation of the technological and business approach to the particular use case SCOPE
  3. 3.  Foster innovation  Foster deployment of IoT solutions in Europe  Create value across the IoT value chain, with a focus on European SME  Deliver open APIs to promote interoperability and creation of standards  Enable involvement of multiple user groups across different geographical regions  Allow service providers to test business models through direct experimentation with users  Focus on areas that lack market interest, but have high social and economic benefits  Address trust, security, privacy concerns to increase adoption rates  Foster innovation LSP OBJECTIVES
  4. 4. Large scale, in operational conditions Full value chain Open interfaces TO REMEMBER
  5. 5. • deploy innovative and user-led pilot projects capable of supporting and extending independent living at home for older adults based on IoT Smart living environments for ageing well • different types and sizes of farms, wide geographic coverage and benefit for both conventional and organic agro-food chains • arable crops, livestock, vegetable and fruit production Smart Farming and Food Security • Wearables are integrating key technologies into intelligent systems to bring new functionalities into clothes, fabrics, patches, watches and other body-mounted devices. Wearables for smart ecosystems • reference zones for showcasing and experimenting new citizen-centred IoT services. Reference zones in EU cities • safe and highly and fully autonomous vehicles in various representative use case scenarios, exploiting local and distributed information and intelligence. Autonomous vehicles in a connected environment IOT LSP DOMAINS
  6. 6.  Sophisticated sensors, robots and sensor networks combined with procedures to link mapped variables to appropriate farming management actions  monitoring and control of plant and animal products during the whole life cycle from farm to fork  helping farmers' decision making with regard to the use of inputs and management processes  Potential to bring data management to a new level by  enable autonomous execution of appropriate interventions in different agricultural sub-sectors and their associated post-production value chain through to the consumer  Challenge is to design architectures  to “program” or track each object for optimal behaviour  decreasing use of water as well as other natural resources and inputs  lowering ecological footprints and economic costs  increasing food security  enables consumers to access trustworthy traceability information throughout the whole food chain. SMART FARMING AND FOOD SECURITY
  7. 7.  Proposals shall include an adequate combination of different farms to ensure  deployment of the technology is adapted to the needs of different types and sizes of farms across Europe  Activities should allow  for a wide geographic coverage within Europe  benefit both conventional and organic agro-food chains  Proposals shall cover at least three sub-sectors  arable crops, livestock, vegetable and fruit production  multi-actor approach and allow for adequate involvement of the farming sector SMART FARMING AND FOOD SECURITY
  8. 8.  LSP pilot will cover a series of cities to operate as reference zones for showcasing and experimenting new citizen-centred IoT services  Building on the past results and achievements in some cities in Europe.  Cities will experiment and test similar new services and solutions  starting from users' expressed preferences and needs  involvement of creativity hubs such as fablabs, co-working spaces, and gather experience at scale and evaluate citizens' acceptability and endorsement.  Enable SMEs to use open demonstrators to test innovative new services.  Pilots will provide evidence of access to city areas where legal contexts are adapted to the demonstration requirements (i.e. 'reference zones')  Federation and interoperability between platforms may be considered as appropriate, as well as the ability to integrate data from different service providers.  The number of users involved and duration of pilot services should be sufficient to ensure statistical significance in impact analysis, with a minimum of 4 pilot sites in 4 countries. REFERENCE ZONES IN EU CITIES
  9. 9. BENCHMARK STUDY FOR LSP IN THE AREA OF INTERENT OF THINGS
  10. 10. European value Attractiveness LSP potential SELECTION AND BENCHMARK CRITERIA
  11. 11. Identification of most valuable use cases Identification of key players LSP deployment strategy STUDY OBJECTIVES
  12. 12. IoT market is still very fragmented in the EU Coexistence of open and proprietary solutions Existence of vertical focus SOME FINDINGS
  13. 13. Multi-modal mobility and smart road infrastructure Smart agriculture and food traceability Energy saving in home and industy Smart assisted living and wellbeing Worker safety TOP 5 USE CASES
  14. 14.  Open air agriculture and horticulture  Automated detection of pests and diseases on crop fields  Irrigate crop remotely and monitor soil to add necessary nutrients  Monitor crops to optimize harvesting picking order  Automated harvesting and lawn mowing SMART AGRICULTURE AND FOOD TRACEABILITY
  15. 15. www.dunavnet.eu

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