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2014 Future Cities Conference / Jose Gonzalez "Future Infrastructures for the Future Internet: The FI-PPP Vision"

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2014 Future Cities Conference / Jose Gonzalez "Future Infrastructures for the Future Internet: The FI-PPP Vision"

  1. 1. Future Infrastructures for the Future Internet: The FI-PPP Vision Jose Gonzalez Universidad Politecnica Madrid jge@gatv.ssr.upm.es
  2. 2. Infrastructures research in the FI-PPP Programme Call 1 Coordination Capacity What’s available Call 2 Call 3 CONCORD Programme Facilitation and Support SME Innovation INFINITY Capacity Building and Infrastructure XIFI ENVIROFI FINSENY FINESCE FI-CONTENT Usage FINEST FITMAN INSTANT MOBILITY FI-CONTENT OUTSMART FI-SPACE SAFE CITY SMARTAGRIFOOD Technology 2010 28/01/2014 …now3 Call Use Case use Expansion it rd Phase FI-STAR FI-WARE Technology Foundation 2011 2012 Phase 1 2013 Phase 2 Living the Future: Future Cities Conference 2014 - Porto 2014 2015 Phase 3 2
  3. 3. Overview INFINITY Project 28/01/2014 Living the Future: Future Cities Conference 2014 - Porto 3
  4. 4. INFINITY Objectives • To facilitate communication and collaboration between infrastructure owners across Europe and organisations developing Future Internet applications in order to:  Position Europe at the centre of the future of the Internet  Directly support experimentation for FI-PPP projects and investors  Accelerate the development and uptake of social and commercial solutions that will provide benefit to the citizens, businesses and governments of Europe 28/01/2014 Living the Future: Future Cities Conference 2014 - Porto 4
  5. 5. INFINITY Achievements • Identified and contacted about 500 infrastructures across Europe and beyond • Encouraged and support interaction, and collaboration between infrastructure owners and application developers (primarily Use Case developers) • Developed and launched the “live” web-based repository „XiPi‟. Organised and evaluated information from over 230 Future Internet infrastructures/ test beds • A new taxonomy for Future Internet Infrastructures: The INFINITY Common Description Framework (CDF), a solid tool to profile infrastructures • In progress: creation of a FI infrastructures Roadmap from the analysis of the infrastructure data gathered 28/01/2014 Living the Future: Future Cities Conference 2014 - Porto 5
  6. 6. FI Infrastructures Common Description Framework • • • Societal perspective Economic perspective Technical perspective  Sensor network  Customer device  Data & context management  Application service delivery  3G/4G/WIMAX network  Backbone network  WIFI network  Wired access network  Satellite network  Cloud computing 28/01/2014 Living the Future: Future Cities Conference 2014 - Porto 6
  7. 7. What is XiPi • The Repository to support Future Internet Trials in Europe • The widest collection of data on Future Internet-related infrastructures:  230 publically available as of today (more coming)  Some 160 infrastructures provided information • Check online: http://www.xipi.eu/ 28/01/2014 Living the Future: Future Cities Conference 2014 - Porto 7
  8. 8. Overview XIFI Project 28/01/2014 Living the Future: Future Cities Conference 2014 - Porto 8
  9. 9. XIFI Objectives • Define the reference architecture and settle the implementation of a sustainable federation of Future Internet-enabled infrastructures: XIFI Cloud Community • Offer to FI-PPP Use Cases and external developers an initial infrastructure capacity compliant to the Future Internet core platform (FI-WARE) • Integrate, adapt and upgrade existing infrastructures to ensure their compliancy with the FI-PPP programme requirements • Support infrastructure owners and application developers by providing them with documentation and training to join and use the federation • Showcase the benefits of federated capacity to FI-PPP stakeholders through a set of scenarios 28/01/2014 Living the Future: Future Cities Conference 2014 - Porto 9
  10. 10. XIFI Cloud Community • The initial XIFI Cloud Community is based on 5 European nodes  It will be expanded to cover 17 nodes between April 2014 and April 2015 Waterford Brittany Trento Sevilla 28/01/2014 Living the Future: Future Cities Conference 2014 - Porto 10
  11. 11. XIFI Added Value • The XIFI Federation targets SMEs and start-ups by providing an Open Innovation Marketplace  Single entry point to meet resource owners and developers  Browse, compare and access the FI-PPP technological offer available across different multi-region infrastructures  Easy access to management and monitoring of the FI-PPP services  Offers a level of scalability and flexibility which currently cannot be achieved by any other similar EC initiative 28/01/2014 Living the Future: Future Cities Conference 2014 - Porto 11
  12. 12. Technology • FI-WARE is a core platform that eases the creation of innovative applications by lowering the costs and complexity of serving large numbers of users globally and handling data at a large scale  XIFI provides extensions to existing FI-WARE GEs to support Federation of Clouds and Infrastructures  Check http://www.fi-ware.eu/ • FI-LAB is live instance of FI-WARE available to developers for free experimentation with the technology  XIFI provides the Community Cloud that extends it and operational support  Check http://lab.fi-ware.eu/ • FI-Ops is a collection of tools that ease the deployment, setup, and operation of FI-WARE instances by Platform Providers 28/01/2014 Living the Future: Future Cities Conference 2014 - Porto 12
  13. 13. Future Internet Infrastructures for Smart Cities FI-Ops easing your operations 28/01/2014 Living the Future: Future Cities Conference 2014 - Porto 13
  14. 14. What is FI-Ops • FI-Ops is a collection of tools to include and operate infrastructures in the Cloud Community FI-Ops FI-Ops FI-Ops • FI-Ops shall support a city to connect with FI-WARE technology and other Smart City infrastructures 28/01/2014 Living the Future: Future Cities Conference 2014 - Porto 14
  15. 15. Reducing the Digital Divide • Embracing all key stakeholders 28/01/2014 Living the Future: Future Cities Conference 2014 - Porto 15
  16. 16. Key Benefits • By facilitating access to the Community Cloud the FI-Ops offering enables  Local and regional public authorities to build and offer smart services more rapidly  IT managers to develop and test smart services and operate them through the cloud paradigm by reducing costs and increasing offer potential  Citizens, public servants and service providers to more readily create urban smart services through an EU-wide smart service marketplace 28/01/2014 Living the Future: Future Cities Conference 2014 - Porto 16
  17. 17. Thank you for your attention! • More information about FI-PPP: www.fi-ppp.eu/ • More information about INFINITY: http://www.fi-infinity.eu/ • More information about XIFI: www.fi-xifi.eu/ • More information about FI-Ops: www.fi-xifi.eu/fi-ops Jose Gonzalez - Universidad Politecnica Madrid jge@gatv.ssr.upm.es Acknowledgments: The research conducted by XIFI receives funding from the European Commission FP7 under grant agreement N°: 604590. The European Commission has no responsibility for the content of this presentation.

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