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Internet of Things Presentation. Organization entities. Atual market point of view. Energy, home and automation focus.

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  • 1. Internet of Things Seminrio Disciplina TP-525 Redes Convergentes Luiz Oliveira Oliveira.luiz@inatel.br Junho 2014

2. Internet of Things (IoT) is a technology and a market development based on the inter-connection of everyday objects among themselves and applications. IoT will enable an ecosystem of smart applications and services, which will improve and simplify people lives. Whereas in the first run Internet of Things referred to the advent of barcodes and Radio-frequency identification (RFID), helping to automate inventory, tracking and basic identification, the second current wave of IoT sees a strong verve for connecting sensors, objects, devices, data and applications. The Internet of Things https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/internet-things 3. The next wave could be called a cognitive IoT, facilitating object and data reuse across application domains, leveraging on hyper-connectivity, interoperability solutions and semantic enriched information distribution, incorporating intelligence at different levels, in the objects, devices, network(s), systems and in the applications for evidence-based decision making and priority setting. At the same time, the IoT will bring hyper-connectivity to a global society, using augmented and rich interfaces. This global society will also be characterized by higher semi- autonomous system behavior than today. The Internet of Things https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/internet-things 4. The Internet of Things Applications for Society Smart cities are an obvious application of IoT as a horizontal enabler, covering sustainable smart grids, smart mobility and smart health. Advances in integration and miniaturization of ultra-low power components and micro systems and increased autonomy and flexibility of service robots is accelerating the diffusion of embedded ICT in all types of physical objects and artefacts ranging from clothes and even bodies to homes, cars and transport systems, as well as all public spaces and cities. https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/internet-things 5. Forces of transformation: Digitization Globalization Regulation Personalization Software intensive products Servitization Connectivity The Internet of Things https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/internet-things 6. Enabling technology - Resources Computing Infrastructure: Expanded Data Storage Capabilities Increasing Processor Performance/Efficiency Evolution of Cloud Computing/Big Data Tools Communication Infrastructure: Evolution of Connectivity Introduction of IPv6 Address Scheme Ubiquity of Connectivity Things: Miniaturization and Efficiency of Components: Declining Prices of Processors, Sensors and Components Software Development Frameworks The Internet of Things https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/internet-things 7. Market point of View The Internet of Things https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/internet-things 8. Capabilities of smart, connected products: Personalize/Customize: Monitor Condition/Operation Monitor Environment Remote Control Service/Upgrade Autonomous The Internet of Things https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/internet-things 9. Impact of the internet of things on manufacturers Value is Shifting from Hardware to Software: Product to Cloud: Product to Service: The Internet of Things https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/internet-things 10. Compatibility between communication protocols Mobility and resource management Processing mechanisms Control and management mechanisms and protocols Information privacy, security and trust Mechanisms for accountability and billing Convergence and interoperability of heterogeneous WS&AN Market Challenges 11. Market Challenges Interconnection and Mobility 12. Entidades Envolvidas IoT-A Partner List Produtos de Mercado FP7 ARM Architecture Reference Model FIA RWI IoT-I Projetos orientados a IoT: SENSEI, ASPIRE, AUTOI SMARTSANTANDER WISEBED Projetos tocantes a IoT: INSTANT MOBILITY OUTSMART, SAFECITY SMARTAGRIFOOD FI-PPP Partners Servios e Solues de Mercado FIA Partners: EFIA FI-EC Servios e Solues de Mercado FIA-FP7 - EUs Seventh Framework Programme RWI - Real World Internet FIA Future Internet Assembly IoT-I Internet of Things Initiative FI-PPP Future Internet Public Private Partnership IoT-A Internet of Things Architecture EFIA European Future Internet Alliance FI-EC Future Internet at European Commision 13. Programme Approach The FI-PPP follows an industry-driven, holistic approach encompassing R&D on network and communication infrastructures, devices, software, service and media technologies; In parallel, it promotes their experimentation and validation in real application contexts, bringing together demand and supply and involving users early in the research lifecycle. The new platform will thus be used by a range actors, in particular SMEs and Public Administrations, to validate the technologies in the context of smart applications and their ability to support user driven innovation schemes. The map of planned Future Internet PPP Pilot sites. It is part of the EUs Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) and receives funding by the EC http://www.fi-ppp.eu/about/ The FI PPP PROGRAM 14. Vision A Sustainable economy and an inclusive society in Europe. Through the development of innovative Future Internet technologies for smart infrastructures, business processes, services and applications http://www.fi-ppp.eu/about/ The FI PPP PROGRAM 15. Major program goals Accelerate the development and adoption of Future Internet technologies in Europe. Advance the European market for smart infrastructures. Increase the effectiveness of business processes through Future Internet technologies Derive innovative business models that strengthen the competitive position of European industry in sectors such as telecommunication, mobile devices, software and services, and content provision and media. http://www.fi-ppp.eu/about/ The FI PPP PROGRAM 16. Technological objectives Deliver validated Internet services on consistent and compatible platforms through usage area projects. Provide a large selection of reusable key technology enablers, called Generic Enablers. Validate Generic Enablers via large-scale service and application use case trials in different business sectors http://www.fi-ppp.eu/about/ The FI PPP PROGRAM 17. Programme Status The FI-PPP programme is performed in three phases from 2011 to 2016 Phase 1: April 2011 March 2013 Usage area requirements Development of architecture and generic and specific enablers Evaluation of test infrastructures Phase 2: April 2013 March 2015 Prepare for early trials Develop core platform and use case specific functionalities Run early trials Phase 3: Spring 2014 Spring 2016 Provide stable infrastructure for large-scale trials Prove viability of concept through large-scale trials including innovative SMEs Create a sustainable ecosystem for SME-driven innovation http://www.fi-ppp.eu/about/ The FI PPP PROGRAM 18. Architecture http://www.fi-ppp.eu/about/ The FI PPP PROGRAM 19. Facts about the program Total investment by industry and the public sector: 500 million euro, including 300 million euro EC contribution Number of partner organisations: 158 (phase 1 projects), 125 (phase 2 projects) Industry share in the programme: 68% (phase 1 projects), 60% (phase 2 projects) Countries represented: 23 (phase 1) projects, 21 (phase 2) projects Program facilitation and support The FI-PPP program is facilitated and supported by a 5-year Coordination Action (CONCORD) that provides structures and processes for collaboration between all FI-PPP projects and ensures a coherent programme-wide vision-setting process in regard to business, policy and technological aspects of the FI-PPP The FI PPP PROGRAM http://www.fi-ppp.eu/about/ 20. FI-PPP Projects and Usage Areas Transport, logistics and agri-food SMARTAGRIFOOD (Phase 1) Worked on use cases, requirements and interfaces addressing the areas of farming, agri-logistics and food awareness. WWW.SMARTAGRIFOOD.EU FINEST (Phase 1) Specified a future-internet enabled ICT platform to support collaboration and integration of international freight transport and logistics business networks. WWW.FINEST-PPP.EU FISPACE (Phase 2) Aims at driving the development of an integrated and extensible collaboration service, together with an initial set of domain applications, thereby establishing the standard for supporting and optimizing inter-organizational business collaboration in the business sectors of global transport, logistics, and agri-food. WWW.FISPACE.EU http://www.fi-ppp.eu/about/ 21. Personal mobility Instant Mobility (Phase 1) Developed a platform supporting new types of connected services for multimodal travel, smart city logistics and in-the-cloud traffic management. HTTP://INSTANT-MOBILITY.COM Smart cities and public security SAFECITY (Phase 1) Addressed the area of smart public safety and security in cities. The project worked on specific requirements, enablers and scenarios aimed at making people feel safe in their surroundings. WWW.SAFECITY-PROJECT.EU OUTSMART (Phase 1) Addressed the concept of smart cities by developing five innovation eco-systems. WWW.FI-PPP-OUTSMART.EU FI-PPP Projects and Usage Areas http://www.fi-ppp.eu/about/ 22. Social connected TV, mobile city services, and video games FI-CONTENT (Phase 1) and FI-CONTENT 2 (Phase 2) Environmental observation ENVIROFI (Phase 1) Smart energy FINSENY (Phase 1) -> FINESCE (Phase 2) Manufacturing FITMAN (Phase 2) e-Health FI-STAR (Phase 2) FI-PPP Projects and Usage Areas http://www.fi-ppp.eu/about/ 23. FI-PPP Partners 24. IoT-A Partner List Produtos de Mercado FP7 ARM Architecture Reference Model FIA RWI IoT-I Projetos orientados a IoT: SENSEI, ASPIRE, AUTOI SMARTSANTANDER WISEBED Projetos tocantes a IoT: INSTANT MO

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