IoT.est Project ID Card

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IoT.est Project ID Card, prepared for the IERC, European Research Cluster on the Internet of Things, June 2012

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IoT.est Project ID Card

  1. 1. IERCProject Presentationswww.internet-of-things-research.euInternet of Things Research in Europe ClusterCoordinator of IERC Ovidiu.Vermesan@sintef.noIERC EC Coordinator, Peter.Friess@ec.europa.eu
  2. 2. IERCIoT.est - Identity cardIoT.est - Internet of Things Environmentfor Service Creation and Testing• FP7 call: FP7-ICT-2011-7• Instrument: STREP• Start date: 01.10.2011• Total budget : 3.8 M€• Effort : 2.4 PMs• Duration: 36 monthshttp://ict‐iotest.eu
  3. 3. IERCIERC Chain Activities ImplementationThe IERC projects are not stand alone but partof the activity chains in the Cluster (existingand developing). Activity chains are a methodused by the projects to address the EuropeanApproach in different research areas.StrategyScheduleRoles and ResponsibilitiesContactsCommunications
  4. 4. IERCMotivation / objectives / milestonesMotivation Why is this project necessary?Testing was always seen as an add on, not as part of the design choices What are the research needs?Semantic Description: to model IoT enabled business services and IoTresources.IoT service composition environmentMapping to Heterogeneous Platforms and Large Scale DeploymentAutomated Generation of TestsContext-aware Service Adaptation How will the identified problems be solved by the project?All problems mentioned are interlinked, at the core of the approach is thedevelopment of a IoT Service model and life cycle
  5. 5. IERCMotivation / objectives / milestonesObjectives What will the project achieve and deliver? will establish and ease the creation andprovision of IoT enabled business servicesby bringing together the three disciplinesInternet of Things, Service Engineering andTesting. design guide, testing tool kit
  6. 6. IERCExpected final results: exploitation IoT.est will impact IoT enabled business processes. … will allow the systematic integration of IoTservice development within the IoT businessprocesses. … will provide lower entry barriers for construction,provisioning and consumption of services and IoTenabled business processes. … facilitate solutions for IoT service developmentfor accessing the real world resources and objects. … will contribute to, and partly drive relevantstandardisation activities (e.g. TTCN3).
  7. 7. IERCNew research issuesAre there any research needs to beaddressed in Horizon 2020?Testing as part of the design for any types ofserviceHas the topic reached the competitivelever or is still in R&D?Still in R&D, but some aspects are used intoolsAny supports needed from IERC?Awareness of the other projects
  8. 8. IERCThank you!IERC - European Research Cluster on the Internet of ThingsCoordinator of IERC Ovidiu.Vermesan@sintef.noIERC EC Coordinator, Peter.Friess@ec.europa.eu

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