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Webinar on 2nd Open Call - Applications and Trials - slideset

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Webinar on 2nd Open Call - Applications and Trials - slideset

  1. 1. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium 2nd Open Call Webinar Topics: symbIoTe-OC2-Apps and symbIoTe-OC2-Trials symbIoTe 19 January 2018 Grant Agreement No 688156
  2. 2. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium2 Meet the team! Maria Bianco Open Call Manager CNIT Sergios Soursos Project Coordinator ICOM Danilo Giacomi Apps Expert NAVIGO João Garcia Trials Expert Ubiwhere
  3. 3. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium3 • The webinar will be recorded • Slides and video will be made available through our web site (Slideshare and YouTube) • We will take questions in Q&A periods; to ask questions please use the chat/IM • Please mute your microphones! Logistics
  4. 4. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium4 Agenda Time: Session Presenter 10:30 – 10:35 Welcome & Logistics Sergios 10:35 – 10:45 symbIoTe intro & 2nd Open Call summary Sergios 10:45 – 10:55 Applications Danilo 10:55 – 11:10 Trials João 11:10 – 11:25 Q&A 11:25 – 11:35 Management Issues Maria 11:35 – 11:50 Q&A 11:50 End of Webinar
  5. 5. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium Project Overview & OC2 summary symbIoTe Sergios Soursos, Intracom Telecom Grant Agreement No 688156
  6. 6. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium6 • symbiosis of smart objects across IoT environments • interoperability and mediation framework • aims at the collaboration of vertical IoT platforms towards the creation of cross-domain applications The symbIoTe Approach Smart Residence EduCampus Smart Stadium Smart Mobility and Ecological Routing Smart Yachting
  7. 7. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium7 symbIoTe in a Nutshell • not yet another IoT platform • a middleware that offers a unified way for – exposing of IoT resources to third party applications – sharing IoT resources between federation members – trusted discovery and secure access to IoT resources – flexible integration of smart space infrastructure – does not interfere with the actual data exchange • addresses the needs of – developers for rapid cross-platform application development – small IoT platform providers for optimal collaboration and cooperation on top of the available often fallow resources – SMEs for overcoming IoT market barriers
  8. 8. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium8 IoT interoperability – the symbIoTe way - Resource registry - Resource search - Semantic mapping - Secure access - Domain Enablers Level - 1 - Platform federation - Resource bartering Level - 2 - Gateway interworking - Local interactions Level - 3 - Device migration - Device roaming Level - 4
  9. 9. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium9 More on Apps L1-compliant IoT platform L1-compliant IoT platform L1-compliant IoT platform symbIoTe- powered App symbIoTe Domain Enabler L1-compliant IoT platform L1-compliant IoT platform L1-compliant IoT platform symbIoTe Core Services Search and discovery Data exchange
  10. 10. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium10 • Use Case: Smart Mobility and Ecological Urban Routing – Crowd-sensing aspect • Locations: Vienna, Zagreb, Porto • Looking for: end user communities – Pedestrians, cyclists, drivers, etc • Purpose: – get equipped with specific sensors and carry them around the city to collect measurements – use our green routing app • Type of applicants: – NGOs, municipalities, etc – Companies that can offer their users • e.g., courier services and their drivers More on Trials
  11. 11. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium11 Topic ID Applicants Budget per Extension # of Extensions Use Cases symbIoTe- OC2-L1 IoT Platform owners €40,000 ≤ 2 Smart Residence, Smart Stadium, Smart City symbIoTe- OC2-L2 IoT Platform owners €50,000 ≤ 4 Smart Campus, Smart City, Smart Residence symbIoTe- OC2-L3/4 IoT gateway/ smart device manufacturers €40,000 ≤ 4 Challenge event symbIoTe- OC2-Apps Mobile app companies €20,000 ≤ 3 Smart Residence, Smart Stadium, Smart City symbIoTe- OC2-Trials End user communities €15,000 ≤ 3 symbIoTe Trials (Vienna, Zagreb, Porto) OC2 summary
  12. 12. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium Applications symbIoTe Danilo Giacomi, NAVIGO Grant Agreement No 688156
  13. 13. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium13 To build smartphone applications (Android or iOS) that combine resources offered by L1-compliant platforms and/or available Domain Enablers and demonstrate cross-domain features. We look for new IoT applications or extensions of existing IoT applications built by exploiting symbIoTe infrastructure. What we look for… Enabler
  14. 14. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium14 • Proposed applications should focus on the domains of Smart City, Smart Residence and Smart Stadium/Buildings or a combination of the above. Applications will be tested during the symbIoTe trials (mid/end 2018). What to focus on Smart Residence (L1/L2/L3) Accesses and manages functions across available devices belonging to different subsystems, from smartphones and media players over automation devices to personal health and environmental sensors. Smart Stadium (L1) Enables the “beacon cloud”, an indoor geo-location service aiming at a centralized and effective beacon management by infrastructure providers in order to facilitate the creation of innovative applications. Smart Mobility and Ecological Routing (L1/L2) Combines air quality measurements from fixed stations in cities with measurements obtained from low- cost, mobile sensors with the aim of creating ecologically preferable routes for users.
  15. 15. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium15 • Resources are made available by eight IoT platforms and one Enabler • For Smart City / Smart Mobility: – Platforms: • OpenIot, openUWEDAT, MoBaaS, Green Route Enabler – Examples of available Data: • Outdoor air quality data • Mobility data (POIs, spatial air quality, distances, traffic conditions, parking availability…) • For Smart Residence: – Platforms: • Symphony, nAssist – Examples of available Data/Actuators: • Sensors and actuators for lights, dimmers, RGB lights, curtains • Indoor air quality data Available resources for Apps
  16. 16. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium16 • For Smart Stadium: – Platforms: • Beacons Platform / Visitor Platform / PromoWall Platform / Retailer Platform – Examples of available Data/Services: • Location, Actions on display (e.g. Show Promotion) • Other available data – Smart Yachting use case data (Yacht data, information from sensors installed in the Port) – Kiola Platform Data (health and person-related data) Available resources for Apps
  17. 17. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium17 • To make a symbIoTe-powered smartphone application, applicants need to: 1. Analyse the symbIoTe solution for Level 1 compliance 2. Build or extend a smartphone application that uses resources offered by L1-compliant platforms and/or available Domain Enablers 3. Provide feedback and comments which can improve and simplify the process of creating L1-compliant applications What we expect from you
  18. 18. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium18 The logical steps an App has to follow are: 1. Looking for interesting resources in the Core 2. Fetching their endpoints from the Core 3. Directly interacting with platform’s/enabler’s resources via OData protocol or REST Apps in action in symbIoTe Security configurations must be strictly applied! References: https://github.com/symbiote-h2020/SymbioteCore https://github.com/symbiote-h2020/SymbIoTeSecurity
  19. 19. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium19 Apps in action in symbIoTe symbIoTe Cloud IoT Platforms / Enablers Applications symbIoTe Core Query Engine Metainformation Repository SEARCH USE SHARE
  20. 20. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium Trials symbIoTe João Garcia, Ubiwhere Grant Agreement No 688156
  21. 21. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium21 • Purpose: – To involve end users and citizens that will use our applications and hardware (portable sensors, etc) to support our "Smart Mobility and Ecological Urban Routing" trial. • Commitment: – Support the trials planned in Zagreb, Vienna and Porto (mid/end 2018). • Type of Applicants: – NGOs, municipalities, organizations, companies with end users in Zagreb, Vienna and Porto. • Funding: – up to €15,000 per Extension, approx. three (3) Extensions to be funded Trials in a Nutshell
  22. 22. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium22 Trials Background – Use Cases Smart Residence (L1/L2/L3) Accesses and manages functions across available devices belonging to different subsystems, from smartphones and media players over automation devices to personal health and environmental sensors. EduCampus (L2) Integrates information containing structural data, live sensor data and social collaboration scenarios to establish an open ecosystem for campus services across various IoT platforms. Smart Stadium (L1) Enables the “beacon cloud”, an indoor geo-location service aiming at a centralized and effective beacon management by infrastructure providers in order to facilitate the creation of innovative applications. Smart Mobility and Ecological Routing (L1) Combines air quality measurements from fixed stations in cities with measurements obtained from low-cost, mobile sensors with the aim of creating ecologically preferable routes for users. Smart Yachting (L1/L3/L4) Automates the information processes between boats and the mainland in order to provide users with relevant land information. Protected Data Spaces Public Data Spacethe Open Trials
  23. 23. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium23 • There are three platforms providing services and data to the use case: – OpenIoT from UNIZG-FER provides air quality data from users’ wearables, – openUWEDAT from AIT, provides air quality data from stationary sensors, and a routing service for the city of Vienna, – MoBaaS (Mobility Backend as a Service) from Ubiwhere provides their routing service. • Provided functionalities – Interpolation of fixed and wearable air quality sensors to obtain air quality value of city’s streets – Ecological Routes based on these data – PoI Search service The Use CaseSmart Mobility and Ecological Routing
  24. 24. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium24 Results - NoiseSmart Mobility and Ecological Routing Noise
  25. 25. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium25 Results – Air quality NO2Smart Mobility and Ecological Routing Air quality NO2
  26. 26. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium26 • Expectations: – Citizens to use wearables and provide air quality data – End Users to use the SMEUR application to obtain ecological routes and search for PoIs and provide feedback • What is necessary: – Number of participants – Location – Necessary budget • Normal costs for this kind of activity • Monetary incentives • Has to take into account the cost of the wearables • Has to take into account costs for dissemination and promotion The Trials
  27. 27. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium27 • Not every participant has to use a wearable sensor – Some might just use the app • Consortium will support the organization of the extension – Possibly share wearables between partners for the trials – Planning of the trials to be performed during the first month • Wearables – Small and portable – Autonomy for one day – Bluetooth to communicate with smart phone – Open protocol to transmit data – Must include one of the following sensors for gases: • Carbon monoxide • Nitrogen dioxide • Particulate matter • Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) – Generally priced between €200 to €450 The Trials - Notes
  28. 28. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium28 • Mario Drobics - AIT - Vienna – Mario.Drobics@ait.ac.at • Ivana Podnar - UNIZG-FER - Zagreb – Ivana.Podnar@fer.hr • Ricardo Vitorino - Ubiwhere - Porto – rvitorino@ubiwhere.com Contacts
  29. 29. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium Thank you! Questions? www.symbiote-h2020.eu info@symbiote-h2020.eu @symbiote_h2020 H2020 symbIoTe github.com/symbiote-h2020
  30. 30. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium Management Issues symbIoTe Maria Bianco, CNIT Grant Agreement No 688156
  31. 31. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium31 Open Call - How to apply https://www.f6s.com/opencall2symbiote-applications Open Call Documentation www.symbiote-h2020.eu Access to F6S Platform https://www.f6s.com/opencall2symbiote-trials
  32. 32. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium32 • Eligibility Criteria – APPS: Start ups, SMEs, companies or research institutes/organizations, with legal entity already established – TRIALS: NGOs, Municipalities, Local Authorities and companies – European Member States and Associated Countries • Funding conditions – Total Budget : 540.000 euro – «Applications» Total Budget: 60.000 euro – «Trials» Total Budget: 45.000 euro – Max Funding per Apps: 20.000 euro – Max Funding per Trials: 15.000 euro – Eligible costs: Personnel and Travel costs • For Trials: in addition as example: Monetary incentives, Cost of wearables, Promotion costs • Deadline: 31° January 2018 17:00 CET (Brussels time) Main Constraints
  33. 33. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium33 Application details Describe your profile and Create your Team! Who you are and tell us about your team – provide a complete Company profile! - 2 or 3 Key Expertise - Established company/start- up/Organisations Ask your co-workers to login into F6S
  34. 34. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium34 Application details – Apps & Trials 6 Main Sections AUTO SAVE FUNC: do NOT press SUBMIT before the Application is finalised Limited number of Characters A. Basic Info B. IoT Application/Trial Info C. Innovation and Impact D. Implementation E. Data Management F. Miscellaneous Topic Selection
  35. 35. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium35 Section B: Technical Description Clients and Partnership Business Vision Additional Technical Description Select the trial city Description of the community, profiles and roles Your experience in user’s engagement Additional Technical Description
  36. 36. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium36 Section C: Innovation and Impact Resources: sensors, actuators or services from the ecosystem Benefits: how can you improve your business Sustainability and User engagement: • Increase users’ engagement • Deployability in real scenarios • Sustainability plans Benefit for your community & how can it improve your business Community engagement: describe your plans Results and feedback: which info you will provide • Air quality data • User experience feedback • Etc. …
  37. 37. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium37 Section D: Implementation Focus: Section D. Implementation DURATION: Up 6 Months DELIVERABLE: any tangible output (Report, Software or Report + Software) describing your results 2 Additional Deliverables are MANDATORY for proceeding the Scheduled Payments !! 1. Intermediate Report 2. Final Report Template available in symbIoTe Standard Extension Contract Budget BreakDown
  38. 38. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium38 Evaluation Criteria Specifications Available on the Web site Communities involved Benefit End User engagement Sustainability
  39. 39. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium39 • Evaluation – 1 symbIoTe expert and 2 external experts • Communication of Funding: Beginning of March ‘18 • Support in Implementation phase by symbIoTe – Supporting Team: 1 technical champion and 1 business champion – an initial briefing in order to discuss and focus the work to be performed during the Extension. – Selected Third Parties can contact the Supporting Team on per-need basis on technical and business matters. After the Deadline?
  40. 40. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium Thank you! Questions? www.symbiote-h2020.eu info@symbiote-h2020.eu @symbiote_h2020 H2020 symbIoTe github.com/symbiote-h2020
  41. 41. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium … and good luck with your submissions! Thank you for attending our webinar!

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