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OSGi to boost open innovation for smarter cities - L Gurgen

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OSGi Community Event 2017 Presentation by Levent Gurgen [CEA]

Smart cities need open platforms and tools to help their local ecosystem to exploit available data from various sources such as IoT devices, legacy devices, social networks, mobile applications, etc. and build innovative applications improving the quality of life and security of their citizens.

OSGi, with its modular and service-oriented approach, is an excellent opportunity to boost open innovation for tomorrow's smart cities.

The talk will illustrate the benefits of OSGi for smart cities with concrete deployed examples in smart city domain in Europe and Japan via the collaborative projects such as BigClouT (http://bigclout.eu) and FESTIVAL (www.festival-project.eu). It will also introduce a global alliance initiative, Urban Technology Alliance, aiming at joining forces with the OSGi community. The main goal of the alliance is to bring together various actors of the smart city ecosystem such as cities, large and small industries, research centers and universities, non-profit organizations, etc. to have the voice of each stakeholder (both supply and demand sides) for defining cities of the future and enabling cooperation and exchange of best practices.

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OSGi to boost open innovation for smarter cities - L Gurgen

  1. 1. OSGI TO BOOST OPEN INNOVATION FOR SMARTER CITIES October 25th 2017 OSGi Community Event Ludwigsburg, Germany Dr. Levent Gürgen levent.gurgen@cea.fr
  2. 2. | 2 Requirements for smart city platforms sensiNact, OSGi-based platform for Smarter Cities Deployments in Europe and Japan Urban Technology Alliance OUTLINE Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  3. 3. | 3 On 2% of the earth's surface, cities use 75% of the world resources Uexküll, Jakob. Shaping our future: Creating the World Future Council. Foxhole, Devon, CITIES NEEDTO BE SMARTER! WATER IBM ENERGY In Europe, 50% of energy consumed today is imported – expected to reach 70% by 2030 TRANSPORT In Europe and US, drivers spend from 5 to 10 working days per year stuck in the traffic More than half of the world population lives in cities
  4. 4. | 4 City data sources Social networks Mobile applications WorldWideWeb Legacy Devices IoT Devices Senses of the city Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  5. 5. | 5 City data sources Social networks Mobile applications WorldWideWeb Legacy Devices IoT Devices Smart City Platform Data collection, analysis, knowledge, extraction, planning, action Brain of the city Senses of the city Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  6. 6. | 6 City data sources Social networks Mobile applications WorldWideWeb Legacy Devices IoT Devices Citizen-centric services Smart City Platform Data collection, analysis, knowledge, extraction, planning, action Brain of the city Senses of the city Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  7. 7. | 7 City data sources Social networks Mobile applications WorldWideWeb Legacy Devices IoT Devices Senses of the city Smart city platform APIs and tools for data collection/ management/redistribution; platform management; application development/deployment Dynamic and Plug & play Scalable Self- adaptive Interoperable Open Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  8. 8. | 8 • Plug&play: Powerful run-time environment and dynamic application lifecycle management with service-oriented approach. • Easy to interoperate: Loosely coupling service implementations, abstracting heterogeneous devices (Device as a Service) • Open: open spécifications, open APIs, open source implementations. Adapted to open platform model hosting added value services from third parties. Modularity reducing development complexity. Increasing number of tools for developers. • Scalable: Distributed processing at different levels: resource constrained edge devices, gateways and cloud. • Self-adaptive: Modular development and deployment for enhanced system maintenance and evolution. Flexibility of adding/removing/updating devices/services with a minimum impact on the running platform (dynamic service discovery and binding). HAS THE RIGHT ANSWERS! Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  9. 9. | 9 Studio Platform Homogeneous Access - to real-time data: on-demand, periodically, event-based - historic data Tool for rapid and dependable application building CDMI Various northbound protocols LWM2M SENSINACT – OSGI-BASED IOT PLATFORM FOR SMARTER CITIES Various IoT protocols and platforms Heterogeneous IoT devices and platforms IoT platforms Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  10. 10. | 10 MODULAR ARCHITECTURE … HTTP Rest JSON RPC X Bridge MQTT Agent CDMI Agent XMPP Agent X Agent Application Manager Service Registry CEP Plugin X Plugin Basic Plugin COAP Stack X Stack NGSI Stack MQTT Stack HTTP Stack Philips Hue Stack XBEE Stack COAP Bridge Arduino Bridge TST Bridge MQTT Bridge Philips Hue Bridge Kodi Bridge Sigfox Bridge X Bridge EnOcean Stack EnOcean Bridge Santander Bridge Waspmote Bridge Genova Bridge Northbound bridges Southbound bridges Core Generic Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  11. 11. | 11 EXTENSION POINTS Core Generic Southbound bridges Northbound bridges Application Manager Service Registry NB extension points SB Bridge extension points Application extension points … Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  12. 12. | 12 OPEN APIS FOR THIRD PARTY DEVELOPERS Core Generic Southbound bridges Northbound bridges Application Manager Service Registry Public API for development by third parties … Public API for development by third parties Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  13. 13. | 13 SERVICE ORIENTED APPROACH: DEVICE AS A SERVICE Service Provider Service Resource Wind Temperature SMS 1 1..n 1 1..n Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  14. 14. | 14 • Abstracting business processes from underlying technology • Loosely coupled services – implementations • Monolithic vertical systems decomposed as reusable and sharable services, across organizational boundaries COMPOSITION OF SERVICES FOR DYNAMIC IOT APPLICATIONS Edge Gateway Cloud SENSING AND ACTUATING SERVICES MANY DISTRIBUTED GATEWAYS Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  15. 15. | 15 SENSING AND ACTUATION SERVICES APIs DEVELOPPERS develop, deploy, monitor, manage OSGi Community Event 2017, LudwigsburgDr. Levent Gürgen
  16. 16. | 16 SENSINACT STUDIO - DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT APIs DEVELOPPERS develop, deploy, monitor, manage Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  17. 17. | 17 SENSINACT STUDIO: TOOL FOR IOT APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT AND DEPLOYMENT DSL editor Graphical EditorProperties View Navigator View Deployment View Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  18. 18. | 18 ACCESS TO VARIOUS CITY REAL-LIFE DATA IN REAL-TIME Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  19. 19. | 19 smart train station smart ski station Smart home Smart citySmart farming Smart living & well-ageing Genova, Santander, Fujisawa, Mitaka, Grenoble, Bristol, London, Aarhus Kameoka, Maya, Osaka Chamrousse, PyoengChang Bordeaux, Dubourdieu Wineyard Grenoble Dr. Levent Gürgen iHousePTL
  20. 20. | 20 CLOUT PROJECT Cloud of Things for empowering the citizen clout in smart cities Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  21. 21. | 21 SMART SANTANDER INFRASTRUCTURE Environmental monitoring Parking sensors Guiding drivers Smart irrigation mobile nodes on city buses and taxis Trafic sensors Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  22. 22. | 22 GENOVA ENVIRONMENTAL DATA IN THE CLOUD Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  23. 23. | 23 MOBILE ATMOSPHERIC SENSING WITH GARBAGE COLLECTING CARS Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  24. 24. | 24 SMART SPACES PARTICIPATORY SENSING HEALTH MANAGEMENT SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FIELD TRIALS IN 4 PILOT CITIES GENOVA MITAKA FUJISAWA SMILE ☺ COUPO N SANTANDER Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  25. 25. | 25 INTERCONTINENTAL TRIAL Service development tool Data Mashup City dashboard Intercontinental coopetition > 10 000 physical devices > 150 physical devices > 150 physical devices + > 500 000 virtual devices Santander Genova Mitaka Fujisawa Studio Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  26. 26. | 26EclipseCon Europa 2016 - OSGi Community Event FROM TO Edge node programming Dependable Service Composition Complex Event Processing Big data analysis Lokemon – crowd sensing, Fujisawa Minarepo - crowd sensing, Fujisawa Connected Garbage cars, Fujisawa Air quality sensors, Bristol People flow, Tsukuba Matsuri IoT devices, Grenoble From to
  27. 27. Smart City Apps – Vehicular Sensing • Number sensors installed: 66 (By June, 2017) • Type Collected data: • Acceleration, Angular Velocity, Geomagnetism, Pressure, Humidity, Temperature, UV-A, Illuminance, PM2.5, GPS • Sampling rate: 100Hz, GPS 1Hz • Volume of Data: 2- 4GB/day (compressed) Next steps: Edge analysis with Image processing
  28. 28. Smart City App. - CrowdSensing 3 apps are under development • For city officers to enhance efficiency of city operation • For a specific community to share knowledge • For every citizen to share knowledge
  29. 29. | 29 BIGCLOUT: EU-JAPAN COLLABORATIVE PROJECT HTTP://BIGCLOUT.EU Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  30. 30. | 30 TRIALS PLANNING IN PILOT CITIES
  31. 31. | 31 EXPERIMENTATION AS A SERVICE Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  32. 32. | 32 FESTIVAL EXPERIMENTS Check out FESTIVAL Deliverable 3.2 for details: http://www.festival-project.eu/en/?page_id=550 Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  33. 33. | 33 Route Recommendation Smart Station Smart home Art & Science Privacy friendly person tracking ONGOING EXPERIMENT EXAMPLES WITH FESTIVAL PLATFORM Grenoble <-> Osaka Santander PTL - GrenobleMaya, Kameoka, Osaka stations iHouse - Japan Smart Energy Management Smart Shopping
  34. 34. | 34 EXPERIMENTATION PORTAL • Experiment management • Resource discovery & reservation • Data visualisation • Etc. Eclipse IoT Days 2017 - Grenoble, France
  35. 35. | 35 Wordlwide Interoperability for SEmantics IoT Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  36. 36. | 36 IOT FOR SMART SKI RESORTS Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  37. 37. | 37 FIND FRIENDS/FAMILY Service Description FindGroup - Provide location information for group members - Group vibration feature - Pair group devices / Un-pair group devices Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  38. 38. | 38 MY SKI PERFORMANCE Service Description MySkiPerformance - Measure ski performance for individuals and provide various statistics (incl. grade) - Provide performance grade and statistics - Deliver grade and statistics to smart phone or digital signage Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  39. 39. | 39 • Deployment of Lora gateway and connected bracelets • For asset monitoring • For skier performance monitoring • Connected LORA and BLE enables sensors carried by skiers • Crowd detectors • Measuring people crowd by using WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity • Informing skiers and station operator about the crowded zones and provide recommendations accordingly DEPLOYMENT IN CHAMROUSSE SKI RESORT Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  40. 40. | 40 VARIOUS OTHER USE CASES OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  41. 41. | 41 smart city platform has just joined https://projects.eclipse.org/projects/technology.sensinact Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  42. 42. | 42 LOOKING FOR CONTRIBUTIONS! Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  43. 43. | 43 WE ARE CREATING A GLOBAL ALLIANCE TO DEFINE THE CITIES OF TOMORROW Urban Technology Alliance Testbed-oriented global alliance on promoting open smart city platforms and tools  One-stop showcase for a comprehensible set of integrated open smart city solutions  Organize pilot deployments and testbeds with the member cities for validation and promotion of partners’ software/hardware/network solutions.  Provide direct contact between city authorities and solution developers and identify real requirements for smarter urban environments  Use a common language comprehensible by each stakeholder: cities, citizens, politicians, technicians, researchers, …  Create a business ecosystem among the members to build end-to- end solutions  Organize events to exchange best practices, lessons learnt, know- how with other national and international initiatives. Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  44. 44. | 44 Cities  You are looking for direction for a strategy of your digital transformation  You need  Neutral guidance  One unique comprehensible place  Openness for the benefit of your local ecosystem  Exchange best practices, lessons learnt with other cities  Test innovative smart city applications Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  45. 45. | 45 Startups/SMEs  You have great innovative ideas and looking for open platforms and tools to build your solutions on top  You are interested in participating to testbeds to validate your prototype in real life conditions.  You also wish  backing your business with a great community  having direct contact with cities to identify real needs  exploring networking possibilities, creating partnerships  increasing your visibility in an international context Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  46. 46. | 46  You would like to create an ecosystem of innovators using your large investments: hardware, IoT network, cloud infrastructure, etc.  You are interested in sponsoring open source platform and tool development, which leverages your assets  You are looking for partnering to build complete end-to- end solutions for cities.  You are interested in participating to testbeds validating prototypes in real life conditions in member cities. Large industry Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  47. 47. | 47  You have beyond state of the art innovative results and looking for transferring them to the industry and build partnerships  As independent organizations, you would like to provide trustful guidance to cities.  You wish to participate in the development of open source platforms and tools.  You search for exploring demand-side smart city requirements to identify new research challenges Researchers Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  48. 48. | 48 SPECIFIC TECHNICAL TASK GROUPS Architectural task group to deal with the technical issues, requirements analysis, interoperable architectures, integration plans among the projects in the group, etc. Testbed task group to organize pilot deployments in partner cities to demonstrate and test solutions in close to real life environments Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  49. 49. | 49 Business task group to promote networking among the members, identify new opportunities and work on new win-win business models. Social task group to raise the voice of the citizen, which is the center of all the preoccupations, and deal with non-technical issues such as ethics, privacy, design, art, etc. SPECIFIC NON-TECHNICAL TASK GROUPS Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  50. 50. | 50 LINKS WITH OTHER WORLDWIDE COMMUNITIES AND INITIATIVES Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg
  51. 51. | 51 Co-funded by the European Commission and NICT THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION! Contact Levent Gürgen levent.gurgen@cea.fr Dr. Levent Gürgen OSGi Community Event 2017, Ludwigsburg

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