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  1. 1. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium 2nd Open Call Webinar Topics: symbIoTe-OC2-L1, symbIoTe-OC2-L2 and symbIoTe-OC2-L3/4 symbIoTe 20 December 2017 Grant Agreement No 688156
  2. 2. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium2 Meet the team! Maria Bianco Open Call Manager CNIT Sergios Soursos Project Coordinator ICOM Symon Mueller L1 Expert PSNC Joaquin Iranzo L2 Expert ATOS Matteo Pardi L3/4 Expert NXW
  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 Maria 10:35 – 10:45 symbIoTe intro & 2nd Open Call summary Sergios 10:45 – 11:00 L1 platforms Szymon 11:00 – 11:15 L2 platforms Joaquin 11:15 – 11:30 L3/4 Platforms Matteo 11:30 – 11:40 Q&A 11:40 – 11:55 Management Issues Maria 11:55 – 12:00 Q&A 12:00 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 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 Real deployments, available during symbIoTe trials! Similar or complementary use cases Real deployments, Select the platform you want to federate with, available during symbIoTe trials!At least 10 devices of at lest 3 different types!
  10. 10. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium L1-compliant platforms symbIoTe Szymon Mueller, PSNC Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center Grant Agreement No 688156
  11. 11. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium11 symbIoTe L1 in action Platform 1 Platform 3 Platform 4 Platform 5 IoT landscape today: many independent, vertical platforms with non-standardized interfaces and information models Platform 6 Platform 2
  12. 12. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium12 In L1 platform integrate with symbIoTe Cloud and register themselves and their resources in symbIoTe Core symbIoTe Core – can be thought as a central repository of meta-information about platforms, resources and models symbIoTe Cloud – a set of components running on the platform side that provide communication with real platform through common interface High level overview of L1
  13. 13. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium13 symbIoTe L1 in action symbIoTe Cloud IoT Platforms Applications symbIoTe Core Query Engine Metainformation Repository SEARCH USE SHARE
  14. 14. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium14 Cloud Domain Async. Messaging (AMQP) RAP Plugin symbIoTe L1 in action Registration Handler Platform AAM (security) Monitoring Interworking Interface An IoT platform is extended by symbIoTe components Platform 5 Resource Access Proxy Specifically written for particular platform MyPlatform Cloud Domain components are integrating Platform with symbIoTe
  15. 15. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium15 1. Installation of required tools (JDK, RabbitMQ, MongoDB, Nginx) 2. Download symbIoTe Cloud components from github 3. Configuration of the components and writing platform- specific plugin 4. Registration of the platform in the symbIoTe Core Administration portal 5. Starting symbIoTe Cloud of the platform 6. Registration of the platform’s resources in the Core Integration process
  16. 16. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium16 • symbIoTe is offering a set of information models – Core Information Model (CIM) – defines most basic entities, relations and properties in the IoT domain, such as Resource, Stationary Sensor, Actuator, Location, Property – Meta Information Model (MIM) – stores metadata about platforms and resources within symbIoTe components, such as Platform, User, Information Model – Best Practice Information Model (BIM) – contains additional units of measuerement and properties (such as temperature, humidity) as well as definitions used in specific domains of IoT use cases, such as smart mobility, smart residence, smart yachting, smart stadium, e.g. RGB Light actuator, Retailer Device, Smart Yachting Service etc. Information models support
  17. 17. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium17 • If your platform is not covered by aforementioned information models symbIoTe is providing support for extending our base models – Each platform can specify it’s own Platform Information Model (PIM) which must be aligned with Core- and Meta- Information Models – After registering new PIM it is validated and can be used to describe your resources in the details required by a platform – Best Practice Information Model mentioned before is in fact a specific Platform Information Model covering a set of IoT domains Information models support
  18. 18. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium18 Showcase - Administration Allows registering of new users (platform owners) Platform owners are able to create their platform in the Core
  19. 19. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium19 Showcase – Search Web App Allows specifying filtering options, eg. observed properties Shows resources which are fulfilling the criteria on the map Table displays more details about found resources Observation data is obtained from the platform
  20. 20. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium L2-compliant platforms symbIoTe Joaquin Iranzo, Atos Grant Agreement No 688156
  21. 21. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium21 • Extension of interoperability solution designed on L1. • Creation of IoT federation – Distributed management of federation lifecycle and quality of the shared resources. – Management of access and policies for the federated resources. – Bartering scenarios to improve the federation relationships. • Setting-up of heterogeneous ecosystems – Lower the (technical) barrier for resource exchange. – Easy to grow it up. Overview
  22. 22. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium22 Two universities has a good relationships and collaboration in several fields. Students want to upgrade their experiments using other universities resources in order to share knowledge and improve their work…. however they need to stop and modify their experiments: two different accounts, incompatible interfaces and data models… Basically, two universes completely different for the same Ecosystem. Motivating example
  23. 23. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium23 • Provide tools for managing platform-to-platform federation (lightweight federation figure). • Sharing resources between two or more platforms at the same level. • Platforms can consume and/or offer resources (“Prosumers”). • Same access to all the federated resources. • Authentication & authorizations distributed policies rules. • Introduction of quality of services at federation level. • Calculation of trust at different levels (resources, platform and federation) • Alternative relationships between federation members free access and bartering scenarios. • Creation of dynamic ecosystems. What does L2 offer?
  24. 24. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium24 Federation scenario Platform A Resources Resources Federated Platform 1 Platform B Resources Resources Platform C Resources Resources CoreServices Federated Platform 2 Federation information Membership information
  25. 25. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium25 Federation creation Create Federation information Administrator Core Services Platform A Resources Resources Platform B Resources Resources Federated Platforms JoinJoin
  26. 26. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium26 Federated Platforms Resource Management in L2 Platform owner A Platform owner B Platform A Resources Resource A Platform B Resources Resource B User/App Register Register notify searchaccess access access access
  27. 27. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium27 How To Become L2-compliant CoreServicesPlatformServices Resource Access Proxy AAM Monitoring Administration Core Anomaly Detection Cloud-Core Interface Registry Federation Manager Bartering and Trading Manager (BTM) Platform Registry Subscription Manager Trust Manager Optimization Manager SLA Engine Interworking Interface InterworkingInterface Core Interface User/App Platform owner Compatibility layer (Optional) CoreInterface  Interfaces RAP Plugin Core Bartering and Trading  Install & configure  Integrate & use  Implement
  28. 28. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium28 To make platforms Level 2 compliant: • Install and configure the symbIoTe Components of the Platform Services (Platform Cloud Domain - CLD) • Integrate the platform with the core services and the interworking interfaces. • Set up the federation and share their resources (implementation RAP plugin). • (Optional) Integration of native application. • Provide feedback and comments to improve and simplify the process of creating IoT federation L2. How to federate a platform?
  29. 29. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium L3/L4-compliant platforms symbIoTe Matteo Pardi, Nextworks Grant Agreement No 688156
  30. 30. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium30 • Smart Space Domain: refers to integration of platforms and devices within smart spaces, to simplify the local integration and dynamic reconfiguration of IoT resources Smart Space & Device Domains • Smart Device Domain: the way device can do roaming and smart objects interact with visited smart spaces
  31. 31. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium31 • Environment where one or more IoT platforms provide coordinated services – related to a physical space (home, building, vessel) – or even a broader area (campus, city) • Role of the Smart Space – Provide a container for one or more IoT platforms – Provide a reference (anchor) for Smart Devices – Notify symbIoTe Core of new resources – Notify local IoT platforms of new resources symbIoTe Smart Spaces (1/2)
  32. 32. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium32 • The Smart Space allows a Smart Device to be accessed from components inside and outside the space itself • Provide uniform access to associated resources, regardless of the owning IoT platform • Resources can be registered with the symbIoTe Core, providing a transparent extension for Smart Devices symbIoTe Smart Spaces (2/2)
  33. 33. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium33 • A device that can directly interact with a SSP – any mobile device running a proper symbIoTe app can be considered an SDEV – any third party device with an appropriate wrapper can be considered an SDEV • SDEVs interact with symbIoTe without a platform symbIoTe Smart Devices (1/2)
  34. 34. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium34 • SDEVs can move across Smart Spaces • L3-compliance: Smart Devices can be dynamically configured to become part of the Smart Space • L4-compliance: Smart Devices are nomadic, so they associate with the host SSP, but they keep their identity symbIoTe Smart Devices (2/2)
  35. 35. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium35 • SSP Middleware installation • RAP plugin implementation • Platform/SDEV Agent implementation How To Become L3/L4-compliant
  36. 36. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium36 • No differences between L3/L4- compliance implementations • Smart Devices specify whether they roam or not (L3/L4) during symbIoTe registration process Differences between L3/L4
  37. 37. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium Thank you! Questions? @symbiote_h2020 H2020 symbIoTe
  38. 38. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium OC2 – Management Issues symbIoTe Maria Bianco, CNIT National Inter-University Consortium for Telecommunications Grant Agreement No 688156
  39. 39. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium39 Open Call - How to apply Access to F6S Platform Open Call Documentation
  40. 40. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium40 • Eligibility Criteria – Start ups, SMEs, companies or research institutes/organizations, with legal entity already established – European Member States and Associated Countries • Funding conditions – Total Budget : 540.000 euro – «Platforms» Total Budget: 440.000 euro – Max Funding per Extension - L1, L3/4 : 40.000 euro – Max Funding per Extension – L2: 50.000 euro – Eligible costs: Personnel and Travel costs • Deadline: 31° January 2018 17:00 CET (Brussels time) Main Constraints
  41. 41. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium41 Application details 1/3 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 Ask your co-workers to login into F6S
  42. 42. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium42 Application details 2/3 6 Main Sections AUTO SAVE FUNC: do NOT press SUBMIT before the Application is finalised Limited number of Characters A. Basic Info B. IoT Solution C. Innovation and Impact D. Implementation E. Data Management F. Miscellaneous Topic Selection
  43. 43. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium43 Application details 3/3 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
  44. 44. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium44 Evaluation Criteria Section A – Team Expertise Section B – Impact of IoT solution: it includes also the Complementary Technical Description – Business vision and ambition – Maturity of the IoT solution and approach Section C – Offered resources/services and alignment with symbIoTe vision – Extent of potential benefits from the involved IoT solution Section D – Feasibility of work plan: It includes the List of Deliverables and requested budget Section E: – Soundness of approach with respect to management of sensitive/private data, if applicable Specifications Available on the Web site
  45. 45. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium45 IPR management in SymbIoTe Open Calls: definition of general Principles • Results are owned by the Party or by the symbIoTe Beneficiary that generates them • Joint Ownership of results: Third Party and Beneficiaries contributing in a indivisible part of the results -> jointly owned by them in equal shares or differently ruled with a joint ownership agreement • Access Rights to Background: only if needed for implementation of the Extension. If needed: on royalty-free basis, solely to the extent Needed to implement its tasks in the Extension; • Ruled by the Agreement between Third Party and symbIoTe Coordinator symbIoTe Standard Extension Contract IPR Management
  46. 46. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium46 License OPEN source license: BSD 3-Clause License symbIoTe uses it for components on the platform side and platform- specific extensions It is business friendly and does not imply that an IoT platform owner needs to open source its platform nor its symbIoTe-specific extension. This license is specified e.g. here h2020/SymbioteCloud/blob/master/LICENSE.txt Licenses per each component also in our github repository here
  47. 47. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium47 • 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?
  48. 48. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium Thank you! Questions? @symbiote_h2020 H2020 symbIoTe
  49. 49. © 2017 – The symbIoTe Consortium … and good luck with your submissions! Thank you for attending our webinar!

Editor's Notes

  • Without federation:
    several apps by platform
    different accounts by platform
    no real relationships between platforms.
    no way to know the quality of the services
    no possibility to provide more complex relationships for sharing resources

    IoT federation advantages:
    Sharing resources between two or more platforms at the same level.
    Platforms can consume and/or produce services.
    Provide tools for managing platform-to-platform federation.
    Same access to all the federated resources
  • “directly” => not requiring any external components
    “interact” => the sequence of actions for joining the SSP
  • General webinar agenda
  • reports from CISCO, Gartner, GSMA, …
    Gartner report: 25 billion devices by 2020
    Gartner report: incremental revenue growths of $309Bn in 2020 -> $1.9 trillion in global economic added value