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Analysis of IoT platforms and testbeds: FIESTA D2.2

Analysis of IoT platforms and testbeds: FIESTA D2.2
Analysis of IoT platforms and testbeds: FIESTA D2.2
This deliverable analyzes the main testbeds and platforms participating in the FIESTA-IoT project. The testbeds and platforms that will be interconnected are: SmartSantander, University of Surrey, Com4Innov and KETI. This interconnection will enable the deployment of IoT experiments and allow services within federated utility-based cloud computing environments. In particular, this deliverable consists of an analysis and description of the resources that each of the aforementioned testbeds includes i.e. the IoT devices and sensors, gateways, APIs. It is of importance to have an exact knowledge of all the resources that could be part of the interconnection of the different testbeds around Europe and the entire world. Except the material resources written above, there are recorded as well communication protocols, applications as well as security and authentication mechanisms that are used. Moreover, at the later chapters in this deliverable, there is an introduction on the IoT ARM. This model will be used in order to translate the available resources of each testbed into a common language. There will be a mapping of the gateways, the IoT devices, the APIs etc in a common model, so that the interconnection of the testbeds and platforms becomes easier. Finally, there is the translation of the resources into the IoT ARM naming, e.g. the last chapter provides detailed analysis and description of the services of each Testbed and Platform based on both the Functional Model and Functional View approach from IoT ARM. In the end of the document a State-of-the-Art on Experimentation Tools is present, in order to present a set of already existing experimentation tools - collected from the in-house testbeds and from external projects, which can provide an idea of the kind of functionalities that are normally present in this kind of tools.
FIESTA-IoT Consortium; Com4Innov
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Bountouris, Konstantinos, Hary, Claude, Serrano, Martin, Carrez, Francois, Sanchez, Luis, Gomez, David, Ting, Miao, Yun, Jaeseok, El Saleh, Tarek and Grace, Paul (2015) Analysis of IoT platforms and testbeds: FIESTA D2.2 Valbonne, FR. FIESTA-IoT Consortium; Com4Innov 121pp.

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Abstract

This deliverable analyzes the main testbeds and platforms participating in the FIESTA-IoT project. The testbeds and platforms that will be interconnected are: SmartSantander, University of Surrey, Com4Innov and KETI. This interconnection will enable the deployment of IoT experiments and allow services within federated utility-based cloud computing environments. In particular, this deliverable consists of an analysis and description of the resources that each of the aforementioned testbeds includes i.e. the IoT devices and sensors, gateways, APIs. It is of importance to have an exact knowledge of all the resources that could be part of the interconnection of the different testbeds around Europe and the entire world. Except the material resources written above, there are recorded as well communication protocols, applications as well as security and authentication mechanisms that are used. Moreover, at the later chapters in this deliverable, there is an introduction on the IoT ARM. This model will be used in order to translate the available resources of each testbed into a common language. There will be a mapping of the gateways, the IoT devices, the APIs etc in a common model, so that the interconnection of the testbeds and platforms becomes easier. Finally, there is the translation of the resources into the IoT ARM naming, e.g. the last chapter provides detailed analysis and description of the services of each Testbed and Platform based on both the Functional Model and Functional View approach from IoT ARM. In the end of the document a State-of-the-Art on Experimentation Tools is present, in order to present a set of already existing experimentation tools - collected from the in-house testbeds and from external projects, which can provide an idea of the kind of functionalities that are normally present in this kind of tools.

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Published date: 11 August 2015
Organisations: IT Innovation

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