FUTURE INTERNET. Public-Private Partnership. Outcomes, achievements and Outlook

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1 FUTURE INTERNET PHASE 1 FINAL REPORT Outcomes, achievements and Outlook

2 Future Internet Outcomes, achievements and Outlook September 2013 Executive Summary The overall goal of the Future Internet (FI-PPP) programme is to place Europe in a better position towards capturing the opportunities, in terms of both economic growth and well-being that will arise as a result of further digitalization in a number of economy sectors. This document describes the main accomplishments of the Phase 1 PPP projects, which in a nutshell are the following: the development and release of numerous (> 60) Generic Enablers (GEs), by FI-WARE, as common building blocks across Use Case projects, the development of many (> 100) Specific Enablers (SEs) as dedicated building blocks coming from the Use Case projects so as to support their proof of concept and build prototypes, the availability, in XiPi (INFINITY project), of over 140 infrastructures across Europe relevant to the needs of FI-WARE and Use Case projects, and the inclusion of a wide spectrum of actors and stakeholders, both ICT and non-ict, which are driving the take-up of the programme. Moreover, in this report, the plans of the five new Phase 2 Use Case projects are analysed towards the use, testing and validation of the GEs in several trials across Europe, in order to realise numerous diverse scenarios spanning from the manufacturing domain to health, content, energy, transport, logistics, and agri-food. Key element for the successful validation of the GEs is the experimental infrastructures, which include five core nodes and ten additional ones through open calls, managed by XIFI. These nodes will form the kernel of a pan-european federation of infrastructures. Finally, the plans for the preparation of Phase 3 are described, which include: development of FI-PPP service provisioning infrastructure that will be offered to internal and external actors in phase 3, showcasing of services and applications to potential actors of phase 3 and beyond of the opportunities offered in the FI-PPP, 11/09/2013 Page 2 of 96

3 identification and leveraging of networks of SMEs and Web entrepreneurs, and possibly the exploitation of additional supporting measures for entrepreneurial activities, Key factor for the success of Phase 3 is certainly the realisation of the FI-WARE Open Innovation Lab (OIL) which: provides a FI-WARE Cloud where third parties can setup and configure the virtual infrastructure (computing, network, storage) to run, test and validate their own experimental Future Internet Applications, makes FI-WARE Generic Enabler implementations (GEis) available for experimentation. Overall, it is clear that significant amount of work has been carried out in domains such as energy, mobility, media and entertainment, food, logistics and health in order to provide Europe with great opportunities to progress more rapidly towards a sustainable and innovation oriented economy, carrying the potential for realising a digital single market with new business opportunities for established and emerging application and service providers. 11/09/2013 Page 3 of 96

4 1) Introduction The Future Internet Public Private Partnership, or FI-PPP, was launched in 2011 by the European Commission in order to advance a shared vision for harmonised European-scale technology platforms and their implementation. With over 500 people working every day for the FI-PPP, the FI-PPP has two main goals: Increase the effectiveness of business processes and infrastructures supporting applications in areas such as transport, health, mobility, media & entertainment, logistics, agri-food and energy. 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. Many notable achievements are worth noting, such as the provisional implementation of nearly 200 Generic and Specific Enablers across multiple sectors, such as the two real-life demos done by SafeCity, which relied fully on FI-PPP Generic Enablers (GEs). In addition, the joint operation between OUTSMART and FI-WARE, which implemented several GEs for a use case involving Santander lighting. Lastly, the Specific Enabler Discovery Augmentation Component by the ENVIROFI project was adopted and extended in several FP7 projects including UncertWeb, GeoViQua, EarthServer, GEOWOW, AfroMaison and the ESA Prod-Trees project. Nonetheless, it is clear that more work needs to be done in Phase 2 in order to create a sustainable technology foundation framework that will be robust enough for European SMEs to use in Phase 3. Some key steps towards this goal include delivery of a transparent, open and documented process for the establishment of the XIFI federation of infrastructures, validation of the deployment of GEs and SEs in an automated process, and facilitation of the interoperability of existing infrastructures and legacy systems with the GEs provided by FI- WARE. 2) State-of-play of common building blocks (Generic Enablers) 2.1) Generic building blocks (Generic Enablers) A complete list of all GEs along with their descriptions, functionalities, use in services and applications and their competitive advantages over available commercial modules, developed by FI-WARE, can be found in Annex I of this document. 2.2) Specific building blocks (Specific Enablers) A complete list of all SEs, their descriptions, and use in services and applications, developed by the Phase 1 Use Case projects can be found in Annex II of this document. 11/09/2013 Page 4 of 96

5 2.3) FI-WARE Open Innovation Lab (OIL) Services that will be provided by OIL The FI-WARE Open Innovation Lab (OIL) will be a case example of a FI-WARE Instance. As such: It will provide a FI-WARE Cloud where third parties can setup and configure the virtual infrastructure (computing, network, storage) to run, test and validate their own experimental Future Internet Applications. It will make FI-WARE Generic Enabler implementations (GEis) available for experimentation. Two non-exclusive scenarios will be supported: o Enabling applications to use global accessible FI-WARE GEi instances provided as a Service, o Enabling application providers to create dedicated FI-WARE GEi instances by means of using advanced software deployment functions supported in the FI- WARE Cloud. Access to OIL The FI-WARE OIL will be accessible from: Applications deployed on the FI-WARE OIL will benefit from a high-speed 10 Gb connection of FI-WARE data-centres to the Internet. Third parties will be able to connect to the FI-WARE OIL website, and set up dedicated user accounts, provided they adhere to the FI-WARE OIL terms and conditions. Once they have created their accounts, they will be able to setup the virtual infrastructure needed to run their experiments and deploy their applications on top. Those applications will be able to make use of services provided by global or dedicated FI-WARE GEi instances and the FI-WARE OIL Cloud (Both collectively referred as FI-WARE OIL Services) and can be offered to experimental endusers. Relying on dedicated FI-WARE Security GEis, applications deployed on the FI-WARE OIL will be able to manage the identity of end-users and apply access control policies. Use of FI-WARE OIL Services is granted for free provided that it is solely for experimental purposes. Users will not be able to provide any production service based on FI-WARE OIL Services. Use will be also subject to certain restrictions in terms of quota (allocable resources) and period of time due to capacity limits and the need to share resources. FI-WARE OIL support will be provided in best-effort mode with no obligation to provide any particular service level or support services. FI-WARE OIL services and content available at the FI-WARE OIL site will be provided on an as is and as available basis. Each FI-WARE GEi, as well as the FI-WARE OIL itself will have a dedicated JIRA tool enabling users to issue tickets asking for support or enhancements. After the end of the FI-PPP programme, similar experimental environments, or a continuation of the existing one, will be maintained, but the exact model has not been determined yet. 11/09/2013 Page 5 of 96

6 Moreover, commercial environments will also be available, completing the whole innovation ecosystem. Services/applications hosted in OIL and their characteristics Any type of experimental applications can be hosted in the FI-WARE OIL environment, or the vertical application domain to which those experimental applications belong to. Application examples include smart-city applications, social web applications, any kind of SaaS application, applications dealing with management of sensor networks, etc. Hosting of OIL The FI-WARE OIL is deployed on a number of data-centre facilities referred as FI-WARE OIL nodes. There will be a first node in Seville, hosting the current FI-WARE Testbed site, while a new node is under preparation (Malaga). The physical infrastructure (servers, network switching equipment and connectivity) is owned, operated and provided by Red.es while the premises belong to the local authorities in Seville and Malaga. The connectivity and performance of the network is guaranteed by the 10 Gb link provided by Red.es. Red.es (rediris) is the National Research and Education Network in Spain. Regarding its capacity, the current estimate for the physical servers planned is a combined amount of >8,5 Tbytes of physical RAM, storage volume of >300 Tbytes with >900 computing cores. OIL support The support to the FI-WARE OIL is provided at different levels. On the infrastructure level, Red.es will ensure the availability of the servers and the network (housing). FI-WARE Cloud partners will offer the support for the cloud hosting functions that will be provided to the FI- WARE OIL users (application providers). Finally, the owners of each FI-WARE GEi deployed on the FI-WARE OIL will devote reasonable efforts to provide support for their FI-WARE GEis during the project lifetime. However, there is no obligation to provide any particular service level or support services. The FI-WARE and XIFI projects are working together to ensure that all functionalities supported in the FI-WARE OIL are equally supported in XIFI. This way, portability of applications from one environment to the other is ensured. Major differences between the FI- WARE OIL and XIFI infrastructures will be the number of nodes, capacity per node, geographical location of nodes and the kind of support each will provide to users. 2.4) Plans for Phase 3 The success of Phase 3 of the FI-PPP initiative heavily depends on the usefulness, maturity, and accessibility of the Generic and Specific Enablers. They must have a function that is useful to SMEs and web entrepreneurs; they must fulfil a certain need. They should be made available with a sufficient level of maturity and stability. And most important, SMEs and web entrepreneurs must be able to use the Enablers beyond the context of the FI-PPP, so terms and conditions for such use must be crystal clear. 11/09/2013 Page 6 of 96

7 Only if the above is fulfilled, the FI-PPP and European Commission could commence proper advertisement of the major outcomes of Phase I and Phase II projects to a wide audience including developers, web entrepreneurs, SMEs, startup accelerators/incubators, etc. Thus, targeted events could be organised all over Europe so as to raise awareness with respect to the availability of the GEs/SEs, the numerous scenarios for which they can be used, and the available experimental infrastructures where the newly developed applications can be run and tested. Moreover, FI-WARE should ensure that the FI-WARE OIL will be available and make open data available for experiments through it, making the whole value proposition more attractive to developers and web entrepreneurs. In this respect, FI-WARE plans to connect several cities across Europe to the FI-WARE OIL. 3) The infrastructure dimension 3.1) Mapping of infrastructure brought into phase 2 and 3 of the FI-PPP Currently, five nodes are used in XIFI (see in blue on the map to the right), namely located in Ireland (Dublin), Spain (Malaga / Seville), France (Brittany), Italy (Trentino) and Germany (Berlin). These nodes contain the necessary access, backbone, network, computing, storage, and scalability power (available in detail in the table below) necessary for phase 2; furthermore, no less than 10 nodes will be added to this network (illustrated in red on the right). The process will be managed through an open call. Table 1: Infrastructure brought into Phase 2 & Phase 3 Location Spain (Malaga / Seville) France (Brittany) Italy (Trentino) Ireland (Waterford / Dublin) Germany (Berlin) Access Commercial ISP, full range of wireless access, including LTE FTTx, full range of wireless access, 3G/4G/LTE, DVB- T2 Wireless access 500 nodes, Gbit Ethernet 10 Gbps dark fibre, wireless access, 3G, LTE via O2, commercial ISP Full range of wireless access, incl. LTE, WiMAX 2G/3G/4G femto-cells Backbone 10 Gbps up to 100 Gbps, 1 Gbps 10 Gbps 10/40 Gbps, 2x(10+1) Gbps to GÉANT > 1 Gbps via DFN Networking / Services Access switches, Gbit/s Ethernet, PDUs IMS, M2M, sensors, short range comm. OpenFlow, MPLS, PDUs Bandwidth on Demand, NaaS, MaaS, OpenFlow, IMS IMS, managed mobility EPC, Computing IaaS (48 servers) IaaS/PaaS on demand 6 x 64 VMs IaaS/PaaS on demand Blade centre (supports at least 11/09/2013 Page 7 of 96

8 Location Spain (Malaga / Seville) France (Brittany) Italy (Trentino) Ireland (Waterford / Dublin) Germany (Berlin) 40 VMs) Storage 2 x 100 TB On demand 4 x 600 GB 18 TB On demand Operation centre GEANT connection? / PlanetLab Europe via GARR via DFN AAA Edugain, OpenID Through IMS Edugate / Edugain in progress Through IMS QoS/IPv6 native / / dual stack / native / native Users 1.5M potential users 200K potential users, plus partnership with Monaco Telecom, Living Lab Coverage of the Trentino province 200K potential users + 4K schools Berlin Open Wireless Lab (up to 50 simultaneous users), DT Living Lab 3.2) A European infrastructure survey The INFINITY project identified roughly 400 infrastructures, ranging from application service delivery, backbone network, cloud network, data context management, mobile network, satellite network, sensor Geographical network, WIFI Distribution networks, and of wired Infrastructures access network. at the Sweden 0% Switzerland Turkey 2% 0% end of the second survey Spain 22% Uruguay 0% UK 2% USA Australia Austria Brazil 2% 4% 0% Belgium 0% Canada 4% 0% Croatia 2% Denmark 2% EU 2% Finland 4% South Korea 0% Slovenia 3% Romania 0% Portugal 2% Poland 5% France 7% Germany 5% Greece 7% Norway 3% Netherlands 2% Italy 10% Hungary Ireland 2% Israel 2% 3% Figure 1: Geographical distribution of infrastructures identified by INFINITY 11/09/2013 Page 8 of 96

9 In addition to providing a good landscape of where these infrastructures are located (as seen above), the study showed that these infrastructures can provide support for the common requirements coming from the Use Case projects representing credible scenarios in the Future Internet landscape. 4) Use of common building blocks by Use Case projects The following Table depicts the GEs, which were either used, tested, or planned to be used by the Phase 1 projects in several proof-of-concepts. D (green colour) means that the Use Case project has already taken the GE into its Proof-of-Concept demos U (yellow colour) means that the Use Case project has already taken the GE into consideration in its design E (light blue colour) means that the Use Case project experiments with it and might consider it based on results 11/09/2013 Page 9 of 96

10 Apps Chapter Data Chapter Cloud Chapter - I2ND Future Internet Table 2: Use of GEs in proof-of-concepts of Phase 1 projects FI-WARE GEs Allocation of single VMs (image instances) Management of Blueprints GE implementation product(s) name(s) / owner Envirofi FI- Content Finest Finseny InstantMobility Outsmart SafeCity SmartAgriFood N.A. U U E D D - / TID Deployment of SW on single VMs - / TID Allocation of Object Storage N.A. U E U E E E U Edgelets Management N.A. Job Scheduling N.A. Cloud Proxy - / Technicolor E E E D Complex Event Processing (CEP) IBM PROactive Technology ONline (PROTON)/ IBM U D E E E D D Publish/Subscribe Broker Context Awareness Platform / Telecom Italia U U U U U U U D Publish/Subscribe Broker Orion Context Broker / Telefonica U U U U E U U D BigData Analysis COSMOS / Telefonica E E U E U E Compressed Domain Video Analysis Codoan / Siemens U D Media-enhanced Query Broker QueryBroker / Siemens D U U E U E U Location LOCS / Thales Alenia Space E E U E U Semantic Application Support - / ATOS E E U D Semantic Annotation SANr / Telecom Italia E U E U E Service Description Repository Service Description Repository / SAP U E U E D Service Registry Marketplace (part of Business Framework) Store (part of Business Framework) Business Model/Business Elements (part of Business Framework) Revenuue Shareing (part of Business Framework) Light Semantic Composition Service Registry / SAP Marketplace / SAP U E D U U D - / UPM - / iminds - / TID Light Semantic Composition Editor - COMPEL/ ATOS U E E E E 11/09/2013 Page 10 of 96

11 Security Chapter IoT Chapter Future Internet FI-WARE GEs Service Composition GE implementation product(s) name(s) / owner Ericsson Composition Editor (ECE) / Ericsson Envirofi FI- Content Finest Finseny InstantMobility Outsmart SafeCity SmartAgriFood E E E E E D Service Mashup Mashup Factory / DT E E E E E D Application Mashup WireCloud / UPM D U E E D Mediator Mediator_TI / Telecom Italia E U E D Mediator SETHA2 / Thales E E E (Backend) Configuration Management Orion Context Broker - TID E E E E E E E U (Backend) Configuration Management IoT Discovery - UNIS (Backend) IoT Broker IoT Broker - NEC Middleware KIARA / several partners (Gateway) Data Handling Esper4FastData / Orange, SOL-CEP / ATOS E E E E U E E (Gateway) Protocol Adapter ZPA / Telecom Italia E E E E (Gateway) Device Management Gateway Device Management / Franhoufer Security Monitoring Service Level SIEM (SLS) / ATOS; Attack Path Engine/Thales E U E E U U Security Monitoring / IoT Fuzzer Security Monitoring / Android Vulnerability Assessment 6LowFuzzer / Inria Ovaldroid / Inria Identity Management GCP / DT D U U E U E E D Identity Management One-IDM / NSN U E U E U E E U Privacy Access Control - / IBM-CH - / Thales Data Handling PPL / SAP E E U E E U Secure Storage SSS / Thales U U E E U Context-based Security & PRRS/ATOS E E E U Compliance (Backend) Device Management IDAS DCA - TID E E E E E E U 11/09/2013 Page 11 of 96

12 FI-WARE GEs GE implementation product(s) name(s) / owner Envirofi FI- Content Finest Finseny InstantMobility Outsmart SafeCity SmartAgriFood DB Anonimyzer (Opt) DBA / SAP E E U Malware Detection Service (Opt) Morphus / Inria Android Flow Monitroing (Opt) Flowoid / Inria Content-based Security (Opt) Total /09/2013 Page 12 of 96

13 The overall distribution of D, U, E for all projects is shown in the figure below. It is obvious that actual usage of available GEs by the Phase 1 Use Case projects is a rather small portion of the overall consideration of available GEs (12%). 12% 54% 34% D U E Figure 2: Overall percentage of extent of GE usage by Phase 1 Use Case projects The same information (in absolute numbers) per project is depicted in the following figure. Figure 3: Number of GEs and extent of usage by Phase 1 Use Case projects 11/09/2013 Page 13 of 96

14 The figure below gives another insight on which projects have already used the GEs in their demos ( D ). It is clear that the projects Envirofi, Finest, SafeCity, and SmartAgriFood are the only ones which used the GEs in their proof-of-concept demos. Figure 4: Phase 1 Use Case Projects that used the GEs in their proof-of-concept demos The following figures show which projects and to what level extent have considered the GEs in their design (figure U) or experimented with them (Figure E) Figure 5: Phase 1 Use Case Projects that have considered the use of GEs (U) or experimented with them (E) 11/09/2013 Page 14 of 96

15 The following table includes the GEs which were actually used (in demos, designs, or experimented) by Phase 1 Use Case projects, and the SEs, which were designed/developed by the Phase 1 Use Case projects. Table 3: GEs and SEs used by Phase I projects Project GEs SEs ENVIROFI FI-CONTENT FINEST 23 6 FINSENY 14 5 INSTANT MOBILITY 24 8 SAFE CITY SMART AGRIFOOD 23 4 OUTSMART /09/2013 Page 15 of 96

16 The sites/locations involved in the Phase 1 Use Case projects are shown in the figure below. *The project FINEST did not provide this information. Figure 6: Sites/Locations of Phase 1 projects The following Table depicts the GEs, which are going to be used and validated by the Phase 2 projects in several demos (status in June 2013). As previously: D (green colour) means that the Use Case project has already taken the GE into its trials U (yellow colour) means that the Use Case project has already taken the GE into consideration in its design E (light blue colour) means that the Use Case project experiments with it and might consider it based on results 11/09/2013 Page 16 of 96

17 Data Chapter Cloud Chapter Future Internet Table 4: Use of GEs in trials by Phase 2 projects FI-WARE GEs GE implementation product(s) name(s) / owner FI-Content 2 FISpace Finesce FI-STAR FITMAN Allocation of single VMs (image instances) N.A. (it's functionality, not a GEi in itself) U E E E Management of Blueprints N.A. (it's functionality, not a GEi in itself) E E Deployment of SW on single VMs Allocation of Object Storage Edgelets Management Job Scheduling N.A. (it's functionality, not a GEi in itself) N.A. (it's functionality, not a GEi in itself) N.A. (it's functionality, not a GEi in itself) N.A. (it's functionality, not a GEi in itself) E U U E E E Cloud Proxy - / Technicolor U E Cloud Portal - / UPM U E E E DataCenter Management Resource - / IBM U E E E Service Management Object Storage Software Deployment and Configuration (SDC) Claudia / TID - / Intel Sagitta / TID U E E E U U E E E PaaS Manager Pegasus / TID E E Monitoring - / TID U E E E Edgelets Manager - / Thales Job Scheduler ProActive Cloud Job Scheduler / INRIA Complex Event Processing (CEP) Publish/Subscribe Broker Publish/Subscribe Broker IBM PROactive Technology ONline (PROTON)/ IBM Context Awareness Platform / Telecom Italia Orion Context Broker / Telefonica E E E D U E U U E E U E E BigData Analysis COSMOS / Telefonica E U U E 11/09/2013 Page 17 of 96

18 IoT Chapter Apps Chapter Future Internet FI-WARE GEs GE implementation product(s) name(s) / owner FI-Content 2 FISpace Finesce FI-STAR FITMAN Compressed Domain Video Analysis Codoan / Siemens MetadataPreprocessing MetadataProcessor / Siemens Media-enhanced Query Broker QueryBroker / Siemens E Location LOCS / Thales Alenia Space E E Semantic Support Application - / ATOS U E Semantic Annotation SANr / Telecom Italia E Advanced Middleware Service Repository FI-WARE Description KIARA / several partners E U Service Description Repository / SAP D U E E Service Registry Service Registry / SAP U E Marketplace (part of Business Framework) Store (part of Business Framework) Business Model/Business Elements (part of Business Framework) Revenue Shareing (part of Business Framework) Light Composition Service Composition Semantic Marketplace / SAP E U U U E - / UPM U U E BEMES / iminds - / TID U U Light Semantic Composition Editor - COMPEL/ ATOS Ericsson Composition Editor (ECE) / Ericsson U E E E E E E Service Mashup Mashup Factory / DT E Application Mashup WireCloud / UPM U E Mediator Mediator_TI / Telecom Italia U E Mediator SETHA2 / Thales E (Backend) Configuration Management (Backend) Configuration Management Orion Context Broker - TID E E E IoT Discovery - UNIS (Backend) IoT Broker IoT Broker - NEC E E E E 11/09/2013 Page 18 of 96

19 I2ND Chapter Security Chapter Future Internet FI-WARE GEs (Backend) Management (Gateway) Handling (Gateway) Adapter Device Data Protocol GE implementation product(s) name(s) / owner FI-Content 2 IDAS DCA - TID E E Esper4FastData / Orange, SOL-CEP / ATOS (Gateway) Device Gateway Device Management Management / Franhoufer Service Level SIEM (SLS) / Security Monitoring ATOS; Attack Path Engine/Thales Security Monitoring / IoT Fuzzer 6LowFuzzer / Inria Security Monitoring / Android Vulnerability Ovaldroid / Inria Assessment FISpace Finesce FI-STAR FITMAN E E E ZPA / Telecom Italia E E E E E E E U E E Identity Management GCP / DT E E E E Identity Management One-IDM / NSN E D E E E Privacy - / IBM-CH U U E Access Control - / Thales E U Data Handling PPL / SAP U U E Secure Storage SSS / Thales U Context-based Security & Compliance PRRS/ATOS U DB Anonimyzer (Opt) DBA / SAP E Malware Service (Opt) Android Monitroing (Opt) Detection Flow Content-based Security (Opt) (I2ND) Connected Device Interfacing (CDI) Morphus / Inria Flowoid / Inria CBS / Thales A-CDI/Intel U E E E Cloud Proxy (I2ND) Network Information and Control (NetIC-VNEIC) OFNIC / UNIROMA1 11/09/2013 Page 19 of 96

20 FI-WARE GEs GE implementation product(s) name(s) / owner FI-Content 2 FISpace Finesce FI-STAR FITMAN (I2ND) Network Information and Control (NetIC-VNP) (I2ND) Network Information and Control (NetIC-OFNIC) (I2ND) Network Information and Control (NetIC-altoclient) (I2ND) Service Connectivity Capability and Control (S3C) Altoclient/ALU-D VNP/NSN VNEIC/ALU-I S3C / DT E Total The distribution of D, U, E for all Phase 2 projects is shown in the figure below. Figure 7: Number of GEs and extent of usage by Phase 2 Use Case projects 11/09/2013 Page 20 of 96

21 The sites/locations involved in the Phase 2 Use Case projects are shown in the figure below. Tromso FINESCE FI-STAR Oslo Stockholm FITMAN FI-CONTENT 2 FISpace Dublin Copenhagen Lancaster Amsterdam London Berlin Brussels Köln Brittany Paris Munich Krakow Zurich Bucharest Bilbao Madrid Lisbon Barcelona Roma Ankara Athens Figure 8: Sites/Locations of Phase 2 projects trials 11/09/2013 Page 21 of 96

22 5) Stakeholders involved XIFI s stakeholders are broken into three major categories. The first category includes infrastructures, both those that will build the backbone of XIFI, and other infrastructures that will be able to join XIFI in its second year, after the core backbone has been created. The second category is the Early Adopters, those who will use XIFI early on in its availability, and will implement various GEs in their projects. Lastly, regional authorities ( smart cities ), national authorities, and particular businesses and individuals, such as the Living Labs, make up the third category of stakeholders. Envirofi separates its stakeholders into three major categories: (a) data providers (e.g. city of Vienna OGD initiative, municipality of Florence OGD initiative, Global Biodiversity Information Facility, Global Earth Observation System of Systems); (b) species information providers (e.g. European species lists such as Fauna Europea, Euro + Med, MARBEV; regional species lists such as Flora Italia, Austrian Vascular Plants; and European Environment Agency); and (c) individual users (e.g. hobby meteorologists, persons with allergies, outdoor sportsmen, and people at risk). FI-Content identified a number of stakeholders who have so far participated in phase 1, including Consumer Equipment manufacturers, games developers, telco domain experts, content providers, tourism stakeholders, network operators, schools, NGOs, local public organizations, broadcasters, third party application developers. FINESCE identified citizens, academia, the utilities industry as well as the ICT industry. FINEST identified software developers, academia, end users, and the public sector. FINSENY identified the utility sector, the telecom sector, academia, and end-users. FI-STAR identified academia, end users, the healthcare industry, and the PR industry. FITMAN identified the automotive industry, white goods, textiles, furniture, plastic, and manufacturing industries, as well as academia and the IT industry. Instant Mobility identified Smart Cities, the transport industry, academia and developers. SafeCity identified public safety bodies, transportation authorities, and the public sector. 11/09/2013 Page 22 of 96

23 Table 5: Stakeholders involved FI- NEST FI- NESCE Finseny Instant Mobility Safe City FI- Content Envirofi FI- STAR FITMAN Local Public Organisation Academia Individual Users Developers Network Operators NGO Energy Utilities & Transport Industry Species Information Providers CE Manufacturers Data providers Healthcare industry PR Industry Automotive Industry Textiles Industry Manufacturing Industry Plastic Industry 11/09/2013 Page 23 of 96

24 6) Phase 2 Use Cases FI-CONTENT2 will build three pan European platforms covering Social Connected TV, Smart City Guide and Gaming. These platforms will consist of a set of technical functions and services that will be built on top of Generic and Specific Enablers dedicated to the identified use cases for each platform. More specifically, for the Social Connected TV Platform, the project plans to iteratively improve and upgrade the enablers tested or developed in Phase 1, during regular agile cycles based on the feedback gained from the social connected TV lab and field trials. The focus will be on: (a) Multi-screen interaction: Intuitive interaction for advanced TV services, more versatile content presentation across screens; (b) Personalised TV experience: Content portals tailored to single and multiple users, social interaction between users (e.g. explicit recommendation) and search and discovery applications; (c) User tracking and privacy: Visualising personal content consumption, tracking implicit and explicit user interaction and providing users with simple control over personal data. Similarly, the Smart City Guide platform and the Gaming platform engage upon adapting and integrating the Generic Enablers mentioned above (Section 4). Integration of Specific Enablers, including reality mixer and networked virtual characters with 3D web services is also sought. FINESCE aims at validating the integrated Generic and Specific Enablers into field trials. The trials will be accompanied by simulation allowing for validation in a scaled-up scenario. Moreover, hardware-in-the-loop test methods based on real-time simulation capabilities can be used for validation of selected Enablers. It is envisaged that validation of integration of Generic and Specific Enablers can lead to new concepts such as Virtual Substations developing the concept of virtualization in the energy domains. FIspace s ambition is to, through its eight use case trials, use and validate almost all GEs. In addition, four cross-domain Specific Enablers or baseline apps will be developed that are expected to be used in all trials: Business Services & Contract Management App It will deliver novel facilities for (1) real-time and on-time management of business service relationships established via electronic contracts, (2) supporting the setup of new business service relationships and electronic contracts. Logistics Planning App It will provide real-time planning and re-planning facilities that augment existing transport and logistics planning solutions to exploit real-world, online event data and forecasting of future situations. The App will provide logistics planning functionality both for the logistics service clients and providers. Product Information Service (PInfS) App It will provide event-driven product information exchange between stakeholders within a supply chain. Product information includes all product-related data, such as quality certificates, sensor data, and data requests. This will facilitate controlling information flow in complex supply networks, and drastically reduce reaction times with respect to quality issues along the supply chain. 11/09/2013 Page 24 of 96

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