SMART SANTANDER. Experimenting the Internet of Things in the SmartSantander project José M. Hernández-Muñoz Telefonica R&D. 18 th May 2011 Future Internet Conference FIA Budapest - Hungary. ENoLL: A number of experiences are being addressed with a wide application scope….
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SMART SANTANDER Experimenting the Internet of Things in the SmartSantander project José M. Hernández-Muñoz Telefonica R&D 18th May 2011 Future Internet Conference FIA Budapest - Hungary
ENoLL: A number of experiences are being addressed with a wide application scope… Launch Event for the 5th wave of Living Labs on 16 May 2011, Gerbeaud Event House, Budapest, Hungary • Source: http://www.openlivinglabs.eu/
The Living Labs model: User-driven innovation within the technology adoption cycle SmartSantander
The Living Labs approach • As a user-driven open innovation system, Living Labs speeds up the innovation process by addressing the user's needs: • Citizens - Ever wanted to influence future technologies? • Companies and SMEs - Ever wanted to access larger or more varied markets? • Researchers - Ever dreamt of bringing revolutionary technological breakthroughs closer to the 'man on the street'? • The model benefits citizens, industry and research • Living Labs empower citizens, as end-users, to influence the development of innovative services & products that eventually could benefit the whole society. • Living Labs allow industry to develop, validate and integrate new ideas, to partner with other companies and to increase their chances of success during product and/or service launches. • Living Labs facilitate the integration of technological innovation in society and increase return on investments in ICT research. http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/activities/livinglabs/index_en.htm
ENoLL - Living Labs’ main activities • Co-Creation: co-design by users and producers • Exploration: discovering emerging usages, behaviors and market opportunities • Experimentation: implementing live scenarios within communities of users • Evaluation: assessment of concepts, products and services according to socio-ergonomic, socio-cognitive and socio-economic criteria http://www.openlivinglabs.eu
The SmartSantander project vision Smart Santander aims at providing a European experimental test facility for the research and experimentation of architectures, key enabling technologies, services and applications for the Internet of Things (IoT) in the context of the smart city. Smart Santander Highlights • Targeting: • Researchers • End users • Service providers • Duration / Kick-off • 36 months / Sept 2010 • Consortium • 15 Organisations • 8 EU countries + AU • Budget / Funding • 8.76 M€ / 6 M€ • Resources • 630 PM 20.000 IoTdevices
What makes SmartSantander different of other Smart City initiatives? TheService-Research Duality
Smart Santander current progress & preliminary outcomes • Analysis of potential services performed • Evaluation KPIs identified for every use-case • Infrastructure covering both research requirements and end-user services defined • Phase 0 - Deployment completed (Pre-pilot) • 350 outdoor devices deployed (April 2011) • Phase 1 - Call for Tenders closed • 2,000 will be deployed by Sept 2011 • Public surveys conducted in 5 languages • MOBILITY AND TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT • Vehicles detection in: • Loading/unloading areas • Urban transport bus-stops • Limited-time parking lots • Areas reserved for people with reduced mobility • Pollution (CO2) • Weather (T)