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Internet of Things Interoperability Challenges - SpliTech, 14 Jul 2016, Split, Croatia

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Presentation of the H2020 symbIoTe project during the "Industry of Internet of Things: Experience, challenges and evolution" Workshop at SpliTech 2016 (http://splitech2016.fesb.hr/iot/), Split, Croatia. More info at www.symbiote-h2020.eu.

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Internet of Things Interoperability Challenges - SpliTech, 14 Jul 2016, Split, Croatia

  1. 1. © 2016 – The symbIoTe ConsortiumIvana Podnar Žarko Internet of Things interoperability challenges symbIoTe Ivana Podnar Žarko, University of Zagreb, Technical Manager ivana.podnar@fer.hr SpliTech2016, July 14th 2016
  2. 2. © 2016 – The symbIoTe ConsortiumIvana Podnar Žarko 2 Overview • Fragmented IoT environment • FP7 project OpenIoT and semantic interoperability • H2020 project symbIoTe: architecture vs. semantic and organizational interoperability
  3. 3. © 2016 – The symbIoTe ConsortiumIvana Podnar Žarko 3 Sensors and actuators denoted as “Things”
  4. 4. © 2016 – The symbIoTe ConsortiumIvana Podnar Žarko 4 A global infrastructure for the information society, enabling advanced services by interconnecting (physical and virtual) Things based on, existing and evolving, interoperable information and communication technologies. – Through the exploitation of identification, data capture, processing and communication capabilities, the IoT makes full use of things to offer services to all kinds of applications, whilst ensuring that security and privacy requirements are fulfilled. – In a broad perspective, the IoT can be perceived as a vision with technological and societal implications. ITU-T Y.2060 Recommendation, Overview of the Internet of things, June 2012 Internet of Things: a definition
  5. 5. © 2016 – The symbIoTe ConsortiumIvana Podnar Žarko 5 Fragmented IoT environment Cloud-based IoT platform A Smart environment Big data storage, analytics, decision support tools, etc. Mobile & web applications User GW Devices Connectivity Device management Cloud-based IoT platform B
  6. 6. © 2016 – The symbIoTe ConsortiumIvana Podnar Žarko 6 Reaching ~300 IoT Platforms Source: Beecham Research And many standardization activities: oneM2M, IEEE, Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC), IETF, OMA, AIOTI, Zigbee Appliance, LoRa Alliance…
  7. 7. © 2016 – The symbIoTe ConsortiumIvana Podnar Žarko 7 • „is the ability of two or more systems or components to exchange data and use information” (by 3GPP) Interoperability Sources: H. van der Veer, A. Wiles, "Achieving Technical Interoperability – the ETSI Approach", ETSI White Paper No.3, 3rd edition, April 2008 IERC, IoT Semantic Interoperability: Research Challenges, Best Practices, Recommendations and Next Steps, Position Paper, March 2015
  8. 8. © 2016 – The symbIoTe ConsortiumIvana Podnar Žarko 8 Open Source Community for IoT Services 12/2011 – 02/2015 Open Source Linked Data Cloud Computing Internet of Things Privacy and Security IoT Data Management Mobile Sensing and Device Mobility Mng Semantic interoperability by means of a common core ontology Semantic Sensor Network Ontology FP7 Project OpenIoT www.openiot.eu https://github.com/OpenIotOrg/openiot
  9. 9. © 2016 – The symbIoTe ConsortiumIvana Podnar Žarko 9 W3C Semantic Sensor Network Ontology Single Core Information Model IoT Platform A Native Applications Internal Information Model A Exposed Information Model A IoT Platform B Native Applications Internal Information Model B Exposed Information Model B Core Information Model Source: Michael Jacoby, Fraunhofer IOSB
  10. 10. © 2016 – The symbIoTe ConsortiumIvana Podnar Žarko Symbiosis of smart objects across IoT environments symbIoTe
  11. 11. © 2016 – The symbIoTe ConsortiumIvana Podnar Žarko 11 symbIoTe in a Nutshell Interoperability and mediation framework for the future IoT ecosystem supporting next-generation cross-platform IoT applications
  12. 12. © 2016 – The symbIoTe ConsortiumIvana Podnar Žarko 12 Vision & Technical Challenges Hierarchical, adaptive and dynamic IoT environments Unified and secure access to physical and virtualized IoT devices Device discovery across platforms Security: access scopes and identity management Platform federation for collaborative sensing/actuati on tasks Seamless roaming of smart devicess across smart spaces
  13. 13. © 2016 – The symbIoTe ConsortiumIvana Podnar Žarko 13 Open source software for flexible IoT ecosystems that will allow the co-creation of added value IoT services Lower market entry costs for SMEs Benefits and Opportunities App developers • rapid cross- platform application development to create innovative IoT applications Infrastructure providers • simplified (re)configurati on of smart environments IoT platform providers • increased user base • new revenue streams End users • enriched user experience with specialized apps across domains
  14. 14. © 2016 – The symbIoTe ConsortiumIvana Podnar Žarko 14 Architectural Sketch
  15. 15. © 2016 – The symbIoTe ConsortiumIvana Podnar Žarko 15 General Approach symbIoTe Core Services Enablers’ space Cross-Platform Applications IoT Platforms Space Smart Spaces Interworking interface/API Smart Devices Application Domain Cloud Domain Core interface/API Smart Space Domain Smart Device Uniform access to virtual resources (as services) Resource discovery across registered platforms Domain specific backend services Mobile & Web Apps Discovery and registration of new devices, dynamic configuration, documented interfaces Roaming devices between smart spaces/platforms Domain-specific API
  16. 16. © 2016 – The symbIoTe ConsortiumIvana Podnar Žarko 16 Semantic Interoperability symbIoTe Core Services Cross-Platform Applications IoT Platform A Interworking interface/API Core interface/API IoT Platform B Interworking interface/API Search for adequate devices Integrate and use devices Core information model with extensions and mappings (for more flexibility) Platform cooperation
  17. 17. © 2016 – The symbIoTe ConsortiumIvana Podnar Žarko 17 Organizational Interoperability IoT Platform A Interworking interface/API IoT Platform B Interworking interface/API Native Application Bartering and Trading Bartering and Trading Federation Manager Federation Manager Device from Platform A visits an environment operated by Platform B and can use the surrounding infrastructure in accordance with an SLA Platform collaboration
  18. 18. © 2016 – The symbIoTe ConsortiumIvana Podnar Žarko 18 • OpenIoT: interoperabilty using semantic sensor descriptions (SSNO) • BETaaS: Building the Environment for the Things as a Service Open-source IoT platforms • symphony (NXW): unified software platform for home automation • MoBaaS (UW): mobility management platform with routing services, integrates selected FIWARE Generic Enablers • nAssist (S&C): home automation system, focus on energy management Closed proprietary IoT platforms Project Assets
  19. 19. © 2016 – The symbIoTe ConsortiumIvana Podnar Žarko 19 The symbIoTe Consortium
  20. 20. © 2016 – The symbIoTe ConsortiumIvana Podnar Žarko 20 Open Calls for partners who wish to: • make their platforms symbIoTe- enabled, • develop innovative applications on top of symbIoTe or • deploy the symbIoTe approach in their domain through small- scale trials. Follow us and get engaged Join the IoT-EPI ecosystem! Contact Us Web: www.symbiote-h2020.eu E-mail: info@symbiote-h2020.eu @symbiote_h2020

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