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INGENIOUS aims to design and evaluate the Next-Generation IoT (NG-IoT) solution, with emphasis on 5G and the development of Edge and Cloud computing extensions for IoT, as well as providing smart networking and data management solutions with Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI/ML). The project embraces the 5G Infrastructure Association (5G IA) and Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation (AIOTI) vision for empowering smart manufacturing and smart mobility verticals.

INGENIOUS aims to design and evaluate the Next-Generation IoT (NG-IoT) solution, with emphasis on 5G and the development of Edge and Cloud computing extensions for IoT, as well as providing smart networking and data management solutions with Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI/ML). The project embraces the 5G Infrastructure Association (5G IA) and Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation (AIOTI) vision for empowering smart manufacturing and smart mobility verticals.

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  1. 1. Next-generation IoT Solutions for the Universal Supply Chain'. iNGENIOUS CONSORTIUM @ingenious_iot ingenious_iot ingenious_iot iNGENIOUS has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 957216" iNGENIOUS (Next-GENeration IoT sOlutions for the Universal Supply chain) aims to design and evaluate the Next-Generation IoT (NG-IoT) solutions, with emphasis on 5G and the development of Edge and Cloud computing extensions for IoT, as well as providing smart networking and data management solutions with Artificial Intelligen- ce and Machine Learning. For this purpose, the project will exploit some of the most innovative and emerging technologies in line with the standardised trend, contri- buting to the NG-IoT and proposing technical and business enablers to build a complete platform towards the future fully digitized supply chain management. Project outcomes will be validated into 4 large-scale Proof of Concept demonstrations, covering 1 factory in the north of Spain, 2 ports, the port of Valencia in Spain and the port of Livorno in Italy, and 1 ship traveling from Valencia in Spain to Piraeus in Greece, encompassing 6 uses cases. The iNGENIOUS consortium is formed by 21 partners from eight coun- tries, including telecom vendors and manufacturers, network opera- tors, logistics partners, universities, research institutes and seven high-tech SMEs.
  2. 2. 5GC (TSN/NWDAF) Automated Robot + Automated Guided Vehicle gNB & MEC Mesh sensor Network DLT1 DLT2 DLT3 DLT4 DLT5 M2M1 M2M2 M2M3 M2M4 M2M5 Smart IoT - SAT Gateway gNB & MEC Remote Controlled AGV Mixed Reality & Haptic Gloves The objective of this use case is to interconnect varieties of sensors and actuators to a centrali- sed controller running in a Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) node. The demo will be carried out using a robotic arm equipped with a 3D sensor camera and an ASTI Mobile Roboti- cs Automated Guided Vehicle (AGV). The robotic arm and the AGV will be synchronized thanks to the 5G network and will be controlled by applications that run in the MEC. This AGV is specially designed for the automotive sector and is characterized by its simplicity of use, fexibility of implementation and usefulness in assembly line automation and internal transport of materials. This use case enables centralized, IoT-based defect monitoring of train axles. While passenger rail technolo- gy has progressed rapidly over the past years, most commercial rail carriages rely on technology develo- ped more than 40 years ago. Cost pressures used to be the driving argument, but the age of digitization has changed the equation parame- ters. Operators must increase operational availability and reduce maintenance costs, logistic operators must plan and perfectly orchestrate logistic assets, and customers and consumers want to know when their orders arrive. This data driven evolution enables a new business case. This use case focuses on enhancing the situatio- nal understanding of events in maritime ports and terminals by means of collecting and aggregating data processing from multiple data sources like Port Community Systems, M2M platforms, etc. A subsequent optimization and prediction performed on this data will reduce the time that trucks spend inside the port and terminal facilities, i.e. truck turnaround times. The outcomes of the monitoring and optimiza- tion processes will be visualized in a dashboard and map interface. The use case will be demon- strated at the ports of Valencia and Livorno. The use case proposes a centralized approach for data exchange and manage- ment between heterogeneous M2M and DLT solutions, abstracting their complexity by means of Data Virtualization Layer and Cross-DLT Layer. It will support data aggregationandpersonaldatadetectionas well as pseudonymization in order to meet the requirements of GDPR, so that different stakeholders from the maritime domain can manage and keep track of their own data sets, benefiting from the security capabilities provided by heterogeneous DLTs (i.e. proof-of-existence). This use case aims at providing tele-opera- tion driving with mixed reality and haptic solution to remotely control an AGV for the aid of the fully automated transport system. The telepresence is allowed by making use of an indoor cockpit, cameras and sensors mounted on the AGV, a low latency 360º video projected into the virtual reality glasses and haptic feedback sent to the operator hands. A 5G RAN is used to provide uplink and downlink connectivity to all cameras and sensors installed on the vehicle and the hosting of MEC applications for the immersive cockpit. This use case aims at providing end-to-end asset tracking via satellite backhaul, enabling real-time monitoring of predeter- mined parameters (temperature, humidity, movement, bumps, etc.) of shipping containers when they are sailing on the sea, as well as via terrestrial IoT connectivity when the ship approaches the port. To enabletheubiquitouscoverage,IoTtracking devices will be installed on the shipping containers transported by ships and trucks on both segments. Hence, it would allow supply chain players to achieve operational excellence and major reductions in operational uncertainties. Automated Robots with Heterogeneous Networks Supply Chain Ecosystem Integration Transportation Platform Health Monitoring Situational Understanding and Predictive Models in Smart Logistics Scenarios Improve Drivers’ Safety with MR and Haptic Solutions Inter-modal Asset Tracking via IoT and Satellite

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