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1 HORIZON 2020 WP INTERNET OF THINGS DG CONNECT/DG AGRI/DG MOVE/DG RTD European Commission

2 Focus Area IoT Focus Area Session IoT Focus Area Calls IoT : Large Scale Pilots () 30 min IOT Landscape FP7 torwards H min IoT : IoT Horizontal activities (CSA) 5min IoT : R&I on IoT integration and platforms (R) 5min

3 Focus Area What is in it? Internet of Things An enabler of a future hyper-connected society, A set of sensors, actuators, smart objects, data communications and interface technologies that allow information to be collected, tracked and processed across local and global network infrastructures.

4 Focus Area Internet of Things in the Future The Internet of Things (IoT) is recognised as the next step of disruptive digital innovation. With the IoT, any physical and virtual object can become connected to other objects and to the Internet, creating a fabric of connectivity between things and between humans and things. Moreover, the IoT is considered gathering pace and unleashing a very disruptive potential. A recent study by IDC-TXT for the European Commission estimates that the IoT market (hardware, software and services) in Europe will exceed one trillion euros by 2020.

5 Focus Area Internet of Things Focus Area Fostering the take-up of IoT in Europe and enabling the emergence of IoT ecosystems supported by open technologies and platforms. Supported IoT Pilots will use the rich portfolio of technologies and tools so far developed and demonstrated in reduced environments and extend them to real-life use case scenarios. Support actions provide consistency and linkages between the pilots and complement them by addressing horizontal challenges critically important for the take-up of IoT at the anticipated scale. A coordination body will ensure an efficient interplay of the various elements of the IoT-FA and liaise with relevant initiatives at EU, Member States and international levels Research and innovation effort in specific IoT topics will ensure the longer-term evolution of the Internet of Things

6 Focus Area IoT Focus Area Calls IoT Direct Focus Area Calls IoT : Large Scale Pilots () IoT : IoT Horizontal activities (CSA) IoT : R&I on IoT integration and platforms (R) IoT International Cooperation ICT : CHINA: Collaboration on Future Internet (CSA) EUJ : Japan: IoT/Cloud/Big Data platforms in social application contexts (R) EUK : South Korea: IoT joint research (R) EUB : Brazil: IoT Pilots (R)

7 Focus Area IoT Direct Focus Area Calls

8 Large Scale Pilot IoT : Large Scale Pilots Specific Challenge: Foster the deployment of IoT solutions in Europe through integration of advanced IoT technologies across the value chain, demonstration of multiple IoT applications at scale and in a usage context, and as close as possible to operational conditions. As the Internet of Things value chains are also of a global nature Scope: Pilots are targeted, goal driven initiatives that will propose IoT approaches to specific real-life industrial/societal challenges. Pilots are autonomous entities that involve stakeholders from supply side to demand side, and contain all the technological and innovation elements, the tasks related to the use, application and deployment as well as the development, testing and integration activities Expected Impact: Pilots are expected to have a high impact on citizens, both in the public and private spheres, industry, businesses and public services. Key performance indicators should be identified to measure progress on citizen benefits, economic growth, jobs creation, environment protection, productivity gains, etc., and shall go Pilots' impact should go beyond involved partners

9 Large Scale Pilot IoT Large Scale Pilots in 2016 IoT LSP: Specific features Involve all value-chain actors Address business model validation & standardisation Address user validation and acceptability Up-scaling of open platforms like FI-Ware, CRYSTAL, UniversAAL Key Performance Indicators: Ensure the longer-term evolution of the Internet of Things Critical Mass, leadership Rich portfolio of technologies and tools To guarantee the sustainability of the approach

10 Large Introduction Scale Pilot Expected Impact Validation, sustainability and replicability, of architectures, standards, interoperability properties, of key characteristics such as security and privacy New industry and business processes and innovative business models Significant and measureable contribution to standards or pre-normative activities Improvement of citizens' quality of life, in the public and private spheres, in terms of autonomy, convenience and comfort, participatory approaches, health and lifestyle, and access to services Creation of opportunities for entrepreneurs, expanding local businesses to European scale, etc. Development of secure and sustainable European IoT ecosystems and contribution to IoT infrastructures viable beyond the duration of the Pilot

11 IoT : Large Scale Pilots (cont d) Large Introduction Scale Pilot Pilot areas: Pilot 1: Smart living environments for ageing well (EU contr. up to 20 MEUR) Pilot 2: Smart Farming and Food Security (EU contr. up to 30 MEUR) Pilot 3: Wearables for smart ecosystems (EU contr. up to 15MEUR) Pilot 4: Reference zones in EU cities (EU contr. up to 15MEUR) Pilot 5: Autonomous vehicles in a connected environment (EU contr. up to 20 MEUR) Total budget: 100 MEUR (funding rate: 70%) Dates: Call opening: 20th October 2015 Call deadline: 12th April 2016, Expected starting date: January 2017

12 Pilot scope: Building on the past results and achievements in some cities in Europe, a large scale pilot will cover a series of cities to operate as reference zones for showcasing and experimenting new citizen-centred IoT services. This includes advanced solutions for traditional services' provisioning e.g. water management but also solutions that are at the edge of authorised business practices or regulation (ex: sharing of electricity, autonomous vehicles) and thus require dedicated testing zones. Whenever applicable, pilots will provide evidence of access to city areas where legal contexts are adapted to the demonstration requirements (i.e. 'reference zones'). Federation and interoperability between platforms may be considered as appropriate, as well as the ability to integrate data from different service providers. The number of users involved and duration of pilot services should be sufficient to ensure statistical significance in impact analysis, with a minimum of 4 pilot sites in 4 countries. EU contribution: up to 15 MEUR Large Scale Pilot IoT : Pilot 4: Reference zones in EU cities

13 IoT : Examples EU Cities 20,000+ IoT devices; experimentation & services in Santander Environmental monitoring; traffic management; irrigation optimization; participatory sensing; public street lighting; waste management Barcelona estimates that the Internet of Everything has created 47,000 jobs over the past seven years. Cisco 13

14 Large Scale Pilot IoT : Pilot 4: Reference zones in EU cities (cont d) Authorised business practices or regulation Demonstration requirements (i.e. reference zones) New citizen-centered IoT services Creativity hubs Citizens' acceptability and endorsement

15 IoT : Pilot 4: Way forward Large Scale Pilot Promote to the relevant events reach existing & new stakeholders Relevant events Barcelona Smart City Expo World Congress, November 2015 Connected Smart Cities Conference in Brussels, 21 January 2016 More events see under Open Agile Smart City initiative

16 Pilot areas: Pilot 1: Smart living environments for ageing well (EU contr. up to 20 MEUR) Peter Wintlev-Jensen, DG CONNECT/H2 Digital Social Platforms Pilot 2: Smart Farming and Food Security (EU contr. up to 30 MEUR) Pilot 3: Wearables for smart ecosystems (EU contr. up to 15MEUR) Pilot 4: Reference zones in EU cities (EU contr. up to 15MEUR) Pilot 5: Autonomous vehicles in a connected environment (EU contr. up to 20 MEUR) Total budget: 100 MEUR (funding rate: 70%) Dates: IoT : Large Scale Pilots (cont d) Call opening: 20th October 2015 Call deadline: 12th April 2016, Expected starting date: January 2017 Large Introduction Scale Pilot

17 Large Introduction Scale Pilot IoT : Pilot 1: Smart living environments for ageing well Pilot scope: Deploy innovative and user-led pilot projects capable of supporting and extending independent living at home for older adults based on Internet of Things (IoT) technologies. The smart living environments should be based upon an integrated system of a range of IoT-based technologies and services with user-friendly configuration and management of connected technologies for homes and outside. The solutions shall build upon advanced IoT technologies, using and extending available open service platforms, standardised ontologies and open standardised APIs. Proposals shall address integration, standardisation and interoperability work on required ICT platforms, services and data sources, as well as on innovation in organisational and business models for service delivery. Proposed solutions should take into account the specific requirements for accessibility, usability, cost efficiency, personalisation and adaptation arising from this application sector. The number of users involved and duration of pilot services should be sufficient to ensure statistical significance in impact analysis, with a minimum of 4 pilot sites in 4 countries. EU contribution: up to 20 MEUR

18 Cross-Cutting Activity jointly funded by SC1 and ICT-LEIT-IOT1 Scope Targeted, goal driven initiatives that will propose IoT approaches to specific real-life industrial/societal challenges Involve stakeholders from supply side to demand side Large scale validation (large in terms of multiple sites, heterogeneous devices and systems, real users) Balanced effort devoted to supply and demand for each pilot

19 Large Introduction Scale Pilot IoT : Pilot 1: Smart living environments for ageing well (cont d) Automation & Energy Prevention Wellbeing Social Inclusion Health/care monitoring safety & security Daily living

20 Pilot 1: Smart living environments for ageing well Scope & Expected Impact User-led pilot projects capable of supporting and extending independent living at home for older adults using advanced IoT technologies, tools and services User-friendly configuration and management of connected technologies for homes and outside Active user engagement and a multi-disciplinary approach To validate IoT solutions and prove their socio-economic potential and to foster their deployment in Europe through integration of advanced IoT technologies across the value chain and with other relevant application domains

21 Cross-Cutting Activity jointly funded by SC1 and ICT-LEIT-IOT1 Scope & Expected Impact Minimum of 4 pilot sites in 4 countries Demonstration to operate the system across multiple sites, scalability to large amount of heterogeneous devices and systems, as well as with large amount of real users Clear methodology for socio-economic impact assessment Clear evidence of the benefits of the proposed solutions for active and independent living and quality of life of older persons

22 Cross-Cutting Activity funded by SC1 /ICT-LEIT-IOT1 Planned events: Nationale Informationsveranstaltung der NKS-L zu Horizont 2020, Frankfurt, Germany 27/10/2015 National Information Day Warsaw, Instytut Podstawowych Problemów Techniki PAN, Poland 27/10/2015 National Information Day Leeds, HORIZON Conference Centre, UK 27/10/2015 National Info Day - ICT for Health, Demographic Change and Well-being, Vienna, Austria,16/11/2015 EIP AHA Conference of Partners, Brussels, 9-10 December 2015 Further Info on National Info Days at:

23 IoT : Large Scale Pilots (cont d) Large Introduction Scale Pilot Pilot areas: Pilot 1: Smart living environments for ageing well (EU contr. up to 20 MEUR) Pilot 2: Smart Farming and Food Security (EU contr. up to 30 MEUR) Pilot 3: Wearables for smart ecosystems (EU contr. up to 15MEUR) Francisco IBANEZ GALLARDO, DG CONNECT/A4 Components Pilot 4: Reference zones in EU cities (EU contr. up to 15MEUR) Pilot 5: Autonomous vehicles in a connected environment (EU contr. up to 20 MEUR) Total budget: 100 MEUR (funding rate: 70%) Dates: Call opening: 20th October 2015 Call deadline: 12th April 2016, E t d t ti d t J 2017

24 IoT : Pilot 3: Wearables for smart ecosystems Pilot scope: Demonstration of innovative wearable solutions and services integrated in interoperable IoT ecosystems. Key technologies (e.g. nano-electronics, organic electronics, sensing, actuating, localization, communication, energy harvesting, low power computing, visualisation and embedded software) into intelligent systems New functionalities into clothes, fabrics, patches, watches and other body-mounted devices. Particular attention should be devoted to actuating functions providing whenever feasible fully automated closed-loop solutions. Prototype development and demonstration are expected for healthcare, well-being, safety, security and infotainment applications. Actions should be driven by concrete business cases, open design approaches and user requirements, taking into account data protection and liability concerns. Pilots should involve the actors of the entire innovation value chain, potentially including creative and artistic actors. The number of users involved should be sufficient to ensure statistical significance in impact analysis. EU contribution: up to 15 MEUR

25 Large Introduction Scale Pilot IoT : Pilot 3: Market perspectives for wearables Market Value 2015: 5-7 b$ CAGR of 50% between 2014 and 2020 Market value (M$) Unit sales(n )

26 IoT : Pilot 3: Scope Large Introduction Scale Pilot What do we want to achieve with this pilot? Innovative wearable* solutions and services: - Integrated in interoperable IoT ecosystems - Driven by user needs - Transferable to other application domains - Scalability demonstration Deployment, demonstration and impact assessment (across the value chain) Possible Application scenarios? - Healthcare, well-being -Safety, Security - Infotainment How is it linked to IoT? - Operation across multiple sites, - Scalability to large # of heterogeneous devices & systems, - Interoperability, security & privacy, liability, etc. Fabrics Cloths Patches Body-mounted devices

27 IoT : Pilot 3: Stakeholders Day Large Scale Pilot

28 IoT : Large Scale Pilots (cont d) Large Introduction Scale Pilot Pilot areas: Pilot 1: Smart living environments for ageing well (EU contr. up to 20 MEUR) Pilot 2: Smart Farming and Food Security (EU contr. up to 30 MEUR) Werner STEINHOEGL, DG CONNECT/A3 Complex Systems & Computing Pilot 3: Wearables for smart ecosystems (EU contr. up to 15MEUR) Pilot 4: Reference zones in EU cities (EU contr. up to 15MEUR) Pilot 5: Autonomous vehicles in a connected environment (EU contr. up to 20 MEUR) Total budget: 100 MEUR (funding rate: 70%) Dates: Call opening: 20th October 2015 Call deadline: 12th April 2016, E t d t ti d t J 2017

29 Large Introduction Scale Pilot IoT : Pilot 2: Smart Farming and Food Security Pilot focus scope: The introduction of the IoT scenario will allow monitoring and control of plant and animal products during the whole life cycle from farm to fork. It should thereby also help farmers' decision making with regard to the use of inputs and management processes. The challenge is to design architectures to program or track each object for optimal behavior, according to its role in the Smart Farming system and in the overall food chain, decreasing use of water as well as other natural resources and inputs, lowering ecological footprints and economic costsaswellasincreasingfoodsecurity.italsoenables consumers to access trustworthy traceability information throughout the whole food chain. EU contribution: up to 30 MEUR

30 Large Introduction Scale Pilot IoT : Pilot 2: Smart Farming and Food Security Proposals should include: an adequate combination of different farms to ensure that the deployment of the technology is adapted to the needs of different types and sizes of farms across Europe. activities should allow for a wide geographic coverage within Europe and benefit both conventional and organic agro-food chains. At least three sub-sectors (e.g.- arable crops, livestock, vegetable and fruit production). Proposals should fall under the concept of multi-actor approach (please refer to the Introduction to SC2 Work Programme)

31 Large Introduction Scale Pilot IoT : Pilot 2: Smart Farming and Food Security Who are the main actors to be involved in the pilot?

32 Large Introduction Scale Pilot IoT : Pilot 2: Smart Farming and Food Security What do we want to achieve with this pilot? Taking advantage of the digital revolution, we want to develop innovative solutions and services which will help meeting the challenges that the agro-food sector is facing. New business models. Driven by user needs: farmers and others actors involved in the value chain. Deployment, demonstration and impact assessment (across the food value chain). Definition of IoT architectures adapted to the agro-food chain.

33 IoT : Pilot 2: Smart Farming and Food Security Examples of FP7 projects: "AgriXchange".- A common data exchange system for agricultural systems (call FP7-KBBE ). "FISpace".- Future Internet Business Collaboration Networks in Agri-Food, Transport and Logistics (FP ICT-FI). Examples of existing products: "365 FarmNet".- SaaS which enables farmers to manage their entire agricultural holding with a single software. "FoodLoop".- Retailer Platform ties grocer inventory system to consumer-facing mobile apps to provide realtime deals and personalized offers based on consumers' interests, purchase history, and location. (FI-WARE).

34 Large Introduction Scale Pilot IoT : Pilot 2: Smart Farming and Food Security Planned events 15/10/2015 MNBS event Leuven (Belgium) 15/10/2015 Tyndall Technology Days (Ireland) 25/11/2015 Info Day SC2 6/11/2015 Workshop ERA-NET ICT AGRI and Manufuture ETP (Hannover, Germany)(TBC) 24/11/2015 Workshop planned with DG RTD (TBC) Contact: (at ICT2015) (AGRI),

35 IoT : Large Scale Pilots (cont d) Large Introduction Scale Pilot Pilot areas: Pilot 1: Smart living environments for ageing well (EU contr. up to 20 MEUR) Pilot 2: Smart Farming and Food Security (EU contr. up to 30 MEUR) Pilot 3: Wearables for smart ecosystems (EU contr. up to 15MEUR) Pilot 4: Reference zones in EU cities (EU contr. up to 15MEUR) Pilot 5: Autonomous vehicles in a connected environment (EU contr. up to 20 MEUR) Werner STEINHOEGL, DG CONNECT/A3 Complex Systems & Adv. Computing Total budget: 100 MEUR (funding rate: 70%) Dates: Call opening: 20th October 2015 Call deadline: 12th April 2016, Expected starting date: January 2017

36 IoT : Pilot 5: Autonomous vehicles in a connected environment Pilot scope: The pilot addresses the added value and the potential of applying IoT for autonomous vehicles in a connected environment. The pilot shall test scenarios of deployment of safe and highly and fully autonomous vehicles (up to SAE international level 5, full automation). Core technologies include reliable and real-time platforms managing mixed criticality car services, advanced sensors and Internet information sources around which value-added apps may be constructed, efficient navigation and improved decision-making technology, interconnectivity between vehicles, vehicle to infrastructure communication. The selected scenarios, for instance on the highways or in urban congested environment, either on dedicated lanes or mixing autonomous connected vehicles and legacy vehicles. These evolutions are expected to be supported by an open service platform which may have access to all in vehicle embedded information sources and to car surrounding information, in view of providing value-added apps e.g. intelligent maintenance. Key barriers to the deployment such as robustness, user acceptance, as well as economic, ethical, legal and regulatory issues. EU contribution: up to 20 MEUR Large Scale Pilot

37 Large Scale Pilot IoT SERVICES UP TO LEVEL 5 AUTOMATION = DRIVER OUT OF THE LOOP Objective: Autonomous vehicles in a connected environment: optimal combination of local & distributed information and intelligence CRITICAL: strong use case & business case & strong commitment from the pilot host(s) -> Maximise impact

38 Large Scale Pilot IoT : Pilot 5: Core Technologies Reliable and real-time platforms managing mixed criticality services, Integration of State of the Art embedded components (advanced sensors, components, actuators) Advanced sensors and Internet information sources Efficient navigation In vehicle embedded (sub)systems for autonomous navigation, real-time up-dates on road, transport conditions, pattern recognition Improved decision-making algorithms Beyond advanced driver assistance systems Optimisation of local and distributed information and intelligence Interconnectivity between vehicles, vehicle to infrastructure communication Communication and network technologies (4G,.) Mobile IoT - Interconnectivity V2V & V2I Supported by an open service platform Access to all in vehicle embedded information sources Data gathering from car surrounding information In view of providing value-added apps e.g. intelligent maintenance

39 IoT : Pilot 5: Way forward Large Scale Pilot Promote to the relevant events reach existing & new stakeholders Relevant events F Conference (20 th Oct) Automotive Europe 2 nd /3 rd Nov ERTRAC (6 th Nov) Mobile World Congress in Barcelona Feb IoT Pilot 5 Infoday Brussels December 3rd (details will follow on: Contact: (at ICT2015) (Robotics), (IoT)

40 Research Cluster Internet of Things IERC IOT Past and Present» IOT Landscape FP7 torwards H2020 Ovidiu VERMESAN // SINTEF (NO), IERC

41 Focus Area Internet of Things Work Programme 2016: CSAs IoT : IoT Horizontal activities (CSA)

42 CSA IoT : IoT Horizontal activities Large Scale Pilot Specific Challenge: Ensure a sound coherence and exchanges between the various activities of the Focus Area, and notably cross fertilisation of the various pilots use cases for technological and validation issues of common interest Issues of horizontal nature and topics of common interest, such as privacy, security, user acceptance, standardisation, creativity, societal and ethical aspects, legal issues and international cooperation, need to be coordinated and consolidated across the pilots to maximise the output and to prepare the ground for the next stages of deployment including pre-commercial or joint public procurement. Foster links between communities of IoT users and providers, as well as with Member States' initiatives; connect with other initiatives including contractual Public-Private-Partnerships (e.g. in the area of Big Data, Factories of the Future, 5G-infrastructure), Joint Technology Initiatives (e.g. ECSEL), European Innovation Partnerships (e.g. on Smart Cities), other Focus Areas (e.g. on Autonomous transport), and RRI-SSH issues Expected Impact: Ensure efficient and innovative IoT take-up in Europe, building on the various parts of the initiative (pilots, research, horizontal actions) ; extension and consolidation of the EU IoT community Validation of technologies deployment, replicability towards operational deployment; validation in usage context of most promising standards and gap identification

43 CSA IoT : IoT Horizontal activities (cont d) Large Scale Pilot Scope: a) Co-ordination of and support to the IoT Focus Area: through mapping of pilot architecture approaches; interoperability and standards approaches at technical / semantic levels; requirements for legal accompanying measures; common methodologies for design, testing and validation; federation of pilot activities and transfer Horizontal support: exploitation of security and privacy mechanisms towards best practices and a potential label ( Trusted IoT ); legal support to relevant subjects; contribution to pre-normative activities and to standardization. International cooperation with similar activities. Europe. Exploitation of ICT & Art combination b) RRI-SSH support to IoT: Pilots shall be citizen-driven with existing / local communities at an early stage. Two entities other than ICT technologies required (e.g. social sciences, psychology, gerontology, economy, art, etc.) Total budget: a) up to 3 MEUR (funding rate: 100%), b) up to 1 MEUR (funding rate: 100%) Dates: Call opening: 20th October 2015 Call deadline: 12th April 2016, Expected starting date: January 2017

44 Focus Area Internet of Things Work Programme 2017: Rs IoT : R&I on IoT integration and platforms

45 Research Large & Innovation Scale Pilot R IoT : R&I on IoT integration and platforms Specific Challenge: The future of Internet of Things applications will depend crucially on the development of sophisticated platform architectures for smart objects, embedded intelligence, and smart networks. Research driven by ambitious use cases and benefiting from innovation areas in components, systems, networking and web technologies needs to be carried out to respond to the ever increasing needs of future IoT systems in terms of scalability, heterogeneity, complexity and dynamicity. IoT platforms should be open and easy-to-use to support third party innovation Most of the today's IoT systems are however mainly focused on sensors, whereas in the future actuation and smart behaviour will be the key points. Expected Impact: (two or more of the following criteria) Evolution of platform technologies and contribution to novel, advanced semi-autonomous IoT applications Strengthen the industrial EU technological offer of innovative IoT solutions Contribution to emerging or future standards and pre-normative activities Increase of IoT usability and user acceptance, notably through strengthened security and user control Support emergence of an open market of services and innovative businesses Promote the adoption of EU platforms in European and international context

46 Research & Innovation R IoT : R&I on IoT integration and platforms Scope: Architectures, concepts, methods and tools for open IoT platforms integrating evolving sensing, actuating, energy harvesting, networking and interface technologies. Platforms should provide connectivity and intelligence, actuation and control features, as well as semantic interoperability across use cases and conflict resolution. IoT security and privacy. Advanced concepts for end-to-end security in highly distributed, heterogeneous and dynamic IoT environments. Approaches must be holistic and include identification and authentication, data protection and prevention against cyber-attacks at the device and system levels. Proposals are expected to include two or more usage scenarios to demonstrate the practicality of the approach. If appropriate existing platforms, such as FIWARE, CRYSTAL or SOF should be built on. Total budget: 35 MEUR (funding rate: 100%) Dates: Call opening: 08th December 2016 Call deadline: TBA Expected starting date: TBA

47 Focus Area IOT Focus Area Topic Coordinator(s): Backup: Pilot-specific: Pilot 1: Pilot 2: Pilot 3: Pilot 4: Pilot 5: IoT International cooperation: Contact points Events:

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