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GRIGORIS CHATZIKOSTAS Internet of Things
Building symbiotic ecosystems with the support of FIWARE community
Development of Internet - Internet of Things By embedding short-range mobile transceivers into a wide array of additional gadgets and everyday item, enabling new forms of communication between people and things, and between things themselves. WSIS 2005 Wireless network between objects, usually the network will be wireless and self-configuring. Wikipedia Number of technologies and research disciplines that enable the Internet to reach out into the real world of physical objects. IoT 2008 Things having identities and virtual personalities operating in smart spaces using intelligent interfaces to connect and communicate within social, environmental, and user contexts IoT in 2020
Internet of Things: a glimpse into the future Estimation is that by 2020 there will be 50 billion connected devices! There will be 40 times more devices than people on the Internet in 2020. Anything that will be benefit from being connected will be connected!
From Newton’s Cradle… In an IoT environment, conventional value chains reach their limits: the balls hit each other in a linear way, and if one fails, all will fail. Energy is needed from the outside to get and keep the balls going.
…to a Coral Reef • Abundance of species, symbiosis, • and co-evolution. • A reef is not always a cozy place, as there are hunters and prey. • But it allows the species present to help keep each other alive and adapt to change. • Decisions are shared, competitors are also often partners sharing similar values, and a shared fate contributes to sustainability rather than volatility. Key message:The current approach, which sees every start-up and every big company creating “its” open platform instead of joining existing ecosystems, might limit our joint efforts for the IoT
The response from Europe: FIWARE – Open APIs for open minds Driven by implementation Sustainability ensured
FIWARE Programme • Goal: capture opportunities derived from the new wave of digitalization of life and businesses • Strategy: Build an ecosystem that will work as catalyst for capturing the opportunities. Lead standardization in Smart Cities and IoT (Internet of Things) • Pillars: • FI-WARE : a generic, open standard platform which serve the needs of developers in multiple domains • FIWARE Lab : a meeting point where innovation takes place, an opportunities can be incubated • : a program that funds developers and entrepreneurs, and ignites roll-out of the ecosystem • FIWARE Ops : the suite of tools easing deployment and operation of FI-WARE instance nodes • FIWARE mundus: target a global footprint, open the initiative to regions sharing the goals and vision tourism Transport, Mobility and Logistics e-government SmartEnergyGrid AgriFood eHealth
FIWARE: Platform and ecosystem ecosystem Open StandardPlatform open sustainable global
Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation (AIOTI) • The Alliance: • supports the policy and dialogue within the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem and with the European Commission; • helpsthe Commission to prepare future IoT research and innovation, standardization and policy; • It is an instrument in the definition and design of IoT Large Scale Pilots (to be funded under the Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme). AIOTI
AIOTI governance WG 1: IoT European Research Cluster WG 2: Innovation Ecosystems WG 3: IoT Standardization WG 4: Policy issues (trust, security, liability, privacy) WG 5: Smart living environments for ageing well (e.g. smart house) WG 6: Smart farming and food security WG 7: Wearables WG 8: Smart cities WG 9: Smart mobility (smart transport/smart vehicles/connected cars) WG 10: Smart environment (smart water management) WG 11: Smart manufacturing
Again, why Agriculture? 23 million people in Europe were employed in the agri‐food chain, (10% of total EU Employment) In the Balkan region agriculture plays a predominant role, as compared to the majority of more developed European countries and EU on average. Low uptake of advanced ICT services 20%‐80% USA 0%‐24% Europe
FRACTALS Open Call in numbers Open for 3 months Launch: 30/11/2014, Deadline: 28/02/2015 Around 40 grants allocated to SMEs NO FIWARE = NO FUNDING Grant size: 50-150k € 5.52 m€ to SMEs Durationof projects: 4-9 months 27
Who is behind FRACTALS? FIWARE Business Mentoring Services for SMEs DFV Capacity Building for SMEs Open Call Mgt. ICT for Agriculture Open Innovation in Agriculture
How farmers are involved? 300 Lead Users Recruited Lots of lessons learnt! 100 participants in B2B
Response to FRACTALS Open Call Proposals from 26 countries 269 submitted proposals, 257 eligible Around 30 million EUR requested budget