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  • Diversely-abled citizens needing customized routing instructions. Specifically: a) mobility impaired users or people with limited ambulation requiring barrier-free routing functionalities;b) visually impaired users who cannot read maps and need voice-based semantically rich routing instructions.City administrations that need to define policies in terms of heat dispersion and solar potential at urban level. Professionals who need to have high precision solar potential assessment. City administrations needing to assess noise through simulation as well as existing mapping data in order to create noise maps according to EU Directive 2002/49/EC. Citizens, who can access real-time data as well as accumulated maps on areas and time-scales of interest.
  • 3D geobrowser by FG (both web-based and mobile devices); spatio-temporal web processing services developed by the EU Project BRISEIDE;3) OpenLS compliant routing technology based on OpenStreetMap data; 4) technology by MOSS to create 3D city models at urban scale (as CityGML) from geospatial data (e.g. LIDAR); 5) technology by MOSS for noise simulation; 6) technology by VUB to create real-time noise maps (both mobile client and server); 7) technology by CEIT to automatically create semantically rich routing instructions to visually impaired users8) BRISEIDE spatio-temporal processing services 9) VUB real-time noise mapping services.
  • Develop an open toolkit based on 3D UIMs according to the principles of SOA using open standards (OGC). This includes services capable to create CityGML models from data such as surface models (e.g. LIDAR), terrain models and building floor plans.Develop smart services to improve decision-making in planning processes and policy design at city- regions management levels, with regard to issues related to energy efficiency and noise levels, based on urban pattern and its morphology.Develop smart services to promote inclusion and mobility of differently-abled people and elderly users through technology that help them overcome barriers at city level and that support them during their daily urban trips.Develop smart services that can involve citizens at wider scale by collecting real-time location-based information at urban scale.Test smart services within a variety of network ecosystems ranging from city-wide sensor networks (Velletri, Italy ), to large scale regional optic fibre networks (in the case of Trento and Lazio Region, Italy ), to mobile location based services.Develop trustable, secure privacy schemes to ensure the highest level of protection of users’ information. This is necessary since such a set of real-time, location-based mobility services poses significant security and privacy issues (due to traceability of people’s location, actions, travel plans etc).
  • Develop an open toolkit based on 3D UIMs according to the principles of SOA using open standards (OGC). This includes services capable to create CityGML models from data such as surface models (e.g. LIDAR), terrain models and building floor plans.Develop smart services to improve decision-making in planning processes and policy design at city- regions management levels, with regard to issues related to energy efficiency and noise levels, based on urban pattern and its morphology.Develop smart services to promote inclusion and mobility of differently-abled people and elderly users through technology that help them overcome barriers at city level and that support them during their daily urban trips.Develop smart services that can involve citizens at wider scale by collecting real-time location-based information at urban scale.Test smart services within a variety of network ecosystems ranging from city-wide sensor networks (Velletri, Italy ), to large scale regional optic fibre networks (in the case of Trento and Lazio Region, Italy ), to mobile location based services.Develop trustable, secure privacy schemes to ensure the highest level of protection of users’ information. This is necessary since such a set of real-time, location-based mobility services poses significant security and privacy issues (due to traceability of people’s location, actions, travel plans etc).
  • Iscope-final

    1. 1. i-SCOPEinteroperable Smart City services through an OpenPlatform for urban EcosystemsDr. Eng. Raffaele De AmicisManaging Director @ Fondazione Graphitechi-SCOPE Project Coordinator“All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them.”
    2. 2. is supported by theCIP / ICT PSPObjective identifier 5.1:Open Innovation for Internet-enabled services in smart cities’Duration: 36 monthsbudget: 4.040.000,00 €
    3. 3. The consortium
    4. 4. Relevance of the Project objectives• The latest generation of 3D UrbanInformation Models(UIM), created from accurateurban-scale geospatialinformation, can be used tocreate smart web services basedongeometric, semantic, morphological and structural information aturban scale level.• Based on interoperable 3DUIMs, i-SCOPE delivers an openplatform on top of which itdevelops, within differentdomains, various ‘smart city’services. These will be pilotedand validated, within a number ofEU cities involved in i-SCOPE
    5. 5. Description of the issue and proposedservice/solution.• i-SCOPE aim to deliver an open source toolkit for 3D smart city servicesbased on 3D Urban Information Models (UIM), created from accurateurban-scale geospatial information. The smart services proposed addressthe following three scenarios:– 1) Improved inclusion and personal mobility of aging people and diverselyable citizens;– 2) Energy dispersion & solar energy potential assessment;– 3) Noise mapping & simulation.n: Dachfläche-Normalvektor(senkrecht auf die Dachfläche)d: Sonnenstrahl-RichtungφSolDiff = 30?φSolDiff = 0?(volle Bestrahlung)φSolDiff = 45?φSolDiff = 90?(verschattet)φSolDiff > 90?(verschattet)Dachfläche-Neigung(im Beispiel: 45?)φSolDiff :Winkel zwischen demDachflächenormal und derSonnenstrahlrichtung100%50%ca. 67%0%0%Farbkodierung (Dach)warm:geeignetkalt, verschattet:ungeeignetdddddnnnn
    6. 6. Smart services scenarios@i-SCOPE:1/3• Improved inclusion and personalmobility of aging people anddiversely able citizens. i- SCOPEwill deliver a set of smart servicesproviding:– automatically, starting from UIMsand GIS data, pre-formatted textdescribing a given area (to helpuser localising themselves) or route(in case of guidance), suitable forportable screenreaders and Braillescreens.– routing service that accounts fordetailed urban layout, features andbarriers, accessible from the weband from 3D mobile clients;– providing easy-to-read and easy tolisten to guiding instructions
    7. 7. Smart services scenarios@i-SCOPE 2/3• Energy dispersion and solarenergy potential assessment. i-SCOPE will deliver services for cityadministrations, professionalsand citizens, designed to:– Calculate solar energy potential atvery high precision based onaccurate 3D models of urbanlandscape;– Assess energy efficiency at urbanscale through automaticgeneration of energy dispersionmaps based on airborne surveycampaigns;– Management of citizen-generateddata on building energy dispersion
    8. 8. Smart services scenarios@i-SCOPE 3/3• Noise mapping andsimulation. To do so i-SCOPEdelivers smart services that:– Calculate, in an interoperablemanner, noise levels boththrough simulation andthrough mapping based onaccurate UIMs.– Create real-time andaccumulated noise mapsthrough data collected bycitizens, who are involved asprosumers (producers andconsumers) of environmentaldata, through the use of theirmobile phones as “noise”sensors, measuring city-widenoise levels
    9. 9. Target users and their needsParticipatory and Urban Sensing
    10. 10. The Opportunity:Participatory Sensing & SustainabilityCultural shift (Web 2.0):User-generatedcontent, participationPlatform:Ever morepopular, cheaper “smartphones”Concerns:Growing interest forenvironmental/sustainabilityissues+ +(Time Magazine, 2006)• Significant computational power• Semi-permanent Internet accessWiFi, GPRS/EGDE, 3G• Integrated sensorsCamera’s, GPS, motion, touch, ...The (mobile) Web continues tochange how we create, shareand consume information...Climate change (Inconvenienttruth, IPCC), desertification, globalmigration, urbanisation, mobility, energy efficiency, air pollution(e.g. fine particles), ...
    11. 11. UbiComp/IoT + Citizen Science = Participatory Sensing+ =
    12. 12. OrthophotoInfraredimagesSARLIDARNetworkGeo-dbWe have to maximisebenefits of pervasive use ofgeospatial informationImprove the use of satellite-born, sensor-generated dataas well as from distributedrepositories.
    13. 13. Involvement of city administrations• The geographicaldistribution of partners issuch that each cityadministration can closelycooperate with a technicalpartner at all stages of theproject, creating anexperimentationenvironment where usersand producers co-createinnovations within a Public-Private-People Partnerships(PPPP) for user-driven openinnovation typical of LivingLabs
    14. 14. TechnologyTo implement processing services using related standards• i-SCOPE integrates a number existing technologies as federation of interoperableweb-services which will ensure interoperability through support of OGC standards.The project is based on use of CityGML as Urban Information Model on top ofwhich 3D smart city services are created. Smart services will be accessible via aweb-based 3D client as well as through mobile applications that is used tocrowdsource environmental (noise) data from the citizens.
    15. 15. Starting point: Existingprototypes and servicesi-SCOPE Pilotsi-SCOPE Value added servicesTechnologies3DgeobrowserbyGraphitech(bothweb-basedandmobiledevices);OpenLScompliantroutingtechnologybasedonOpenStreetMapdata;technologybyMOSSfornoisesimulation;technologybyMOSStocreate3Dcitymodelsaturbanscale(asCityGML)fromgeospatialdata(e.g.LIDAR);technologybyCEITtoautomaticallycreatesemanticallyrichroutinginstructionstovisuallyimpaireduserstechnologybyVUBtocreatereal-timenoisemaps(bothmobileclientandserver);VUBreal-timenoisemappingservices.EU Projects (services)NatureSDIPlusi-tourBriseideNaturNetPlus
    16. 16. i-SCOPE Content Required3D models at urban scale as CityGML For those city administration not having already aCityGML model of the city this will be created through a dedicated set of web-services(integrated within the i-SCOPE toolkit), developed on top of technology by MOSS which usesstandard GIS data such as LIDAR or floormaps to automatically create CityGML models ofurban environmentsReal-time noise measurements necessary for the project activities will be collectedduring a surveying campaign planned with the city administrations involved by using VUBnoise mapping technology.Airborne infrared imaging will be acquired by partner GEOF through a thermo camera to befitted on one of their airplanes. To avoid any further cost rising from a specific surveycampaign this will be identified at the beginning of the project.
    17. 17. Ownership• The i-SCOPE toolkit will beopen source, so will be thespecifications createdduring the project, i.e.extension of currentCityGML standard andcreation of threeApplication DomainExtensions for the threeproject scenarios. The EEIGwill be responsible forfuture development andmaintenance of i-SCOPEtoolkit.
    18. 18. Sustainability• The consortium plans toformalize modalities and theconditions that will govern thecommercial exploitation of theproject results after the end ofthe project and theCommunity funding throughEuropean Economic InterestGrouping (EEIG) to be formallyregistered before the end ofthe project. The EEIG willensure promotion of i-SCOPE, technological roadmapping, development &maintenance of the i-SCOPEtoolkit, consultancy, training
    19. 19. Thanks foryourattentionContact detailsDr Raffaele De AmicisFondazione Graphitech, DirectorVia della cascata,56/c38050- Trento, ItalyOffice: +39 0461 283395Fax: +39 0461 283398Mobile ++39 331 610 45 69http://www.graphitech.it/Email: raffaele.de.amicis@graphitech.itskype: rda_gt
    20. 20. About the already existing and running service• Location(s)– Real-time noise mapping: The noise mapping system is freely available from the web and used worldwide.For an updated overview of wordwide use see: www.noisetube.net/cities.– BRISEIDE spatio-temporal processing services: services are being tested in several scenarios in the followingareas: Italian national territory, Thessaloniki (GR), Navarra Region (ES), Hvar Island (HR), Castelo do Bode(PT), Metropolitan Lisbon Area (PT), Liberec Region (CZ), Province of Trento (IT) .• Number of users How many users does the service currently have?– Real-time noise mapping: Original tests were performed in Brussels (75,000+ measurements), in Paris(35,000+ measurements), in Berlin (20,000+ measurements), in Florianópolis (BR) (15,000+ measurements).The noise mapping system is freely available (for an updated overview of wordwide use see:www.noisetube.net/cities).– BRISEIDE spatio-temporal processing services: 30 experts across the aforementioned locations.• Ownership Who is the owner / provider / maintainer of the running service?– Real-time noise mapping: BrusSense group at VUB is the owner, provide and maintainer of the service.BRISEIDE spatio-temporal processing services: currently being maintained by the– BRISEIDE consortium. The service provider is partner REG. The toolkit is being released as open source.• Sustaining the service How is it currently sustained?– Real-time noise mapping: resources provided by VUB. BRISEIDE spatio-temporal processing services:resources for further piloting, test and running of services provided by EC funding (till mid 2012).
    21. 21. The objectives of the proposedservice/solution• Develop an open toolkit based on 3D UIMsaccording to the principles of SOA using openstandards (OGC). This includes servicescapable to create CityGML models from datasuch as surface models (e.g. LIDAR), terrainmodels and building floor plans.• Develop smart services to improve decision-making in planning processes and policydesign at city- regions managementlevels, with regard to issues related to energyefficiency and noise levels, based on urbanpattern and its morphology.• Develop smart services to promote inclusionand mobility of differently-abled people andelderly users through technology that helpthem overcome barriers at city level and thatsupport them during their daily urban trips.
    22. 22. The objectives of the proposedservice/solution• Develop smart services that can involvecitizens at wider scale by collecting real-timelocation-based information at urban scale.• Test smart services within a variety ofnetwork ecosystems ranging from city-widesensor networks (Velletri, Italy ), to largescale regional optic fibre networks (in thecase of Trento and Lazio Region, Italy ), tomobile location based services.• Develop trustable, secure privacy schemesto ensure the highest level of protection ofusers’ information. This is necessary sincesuch a set of real-time, location-basedmobility services poses significant securityand privacy issues (due to traceability ofpeople’s location, actions, travel plans etc).

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