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Cross-domain interoperability using federated interoperable semantic IoT/cloud testbeds and applications: the FIESTA-IoT approach

Cross-domain interoperability using federated interoperable semantic IoT/cloud testbeds and applications: the FIESTA-IoT approach
Cross-domain interoperability using federated interoperable semantic IoT/cloud testbeds and applications: the FIESTA-IoT approach
The Internet-of-Things (IoT) [61] has been identified as one of the main pillars of the world’s economies and the technology enabler for the evolution of the societies and for the future developments and improvement of the Internet [4]. A large number of research activities in Europe have been working in this direction i.e. FP7 projects in the context of Future Internet Research and Experimentation (FIRE) initiative. FIRE projects have already demonstrated the potential of IoT technologies and deployments in a number of different application areas including transport, energy, safety and healthcare. FIRE deployments and project results have also demonstrated the advantages of implementing Smart Cities testbeds (national and EU scale) both have been extensively reported in [5]. Smart City testbeds are the key places for large demonstration of IoT concepts and technology. Smart cities testbeds are prone to be large scale, highly heterogeneous and target a diverse set of application domains.
River Publishers Series in Information Science and Technology
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Serrano, Martin, Gyrard, Amelie, Boniface, Michael, Grace, Paul, Georgantas, Nikolaos, Agarwal, Rachit, Barnagui, Payam, Carrez, Francois, Almeida, Bruno, Teixeira, Tiago, Cousin, Phillippe, Le-Gall, Franck, Bauer, Martin, Kovacs, E., Munoz, Luis, Sanchez, Luis, Soldatos, John, Kefalakis, Nikos, Fernandez-Escarzaga, Ignacio Abaitua, Cuenca, Juan Echevarria, Steinke, Ronald, Hauswirth, Manfred, Kim, Jaeho and Yun, Jaeseok (2017) Cross-domain interoperability using federated interoperable semantic IoT/cloud testbeds and applications: the FIESTA-IoT approach. In, Chen, K.C. and Shukla, Sandeep (eds.) Building the Future Internet through FIRE 2016 FIRE Book: a Research and Experimentation based Approach. River Publishers Series in Information Science and Technology. (doi:10.13052/rp-9788793519114).

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Abstract

The Internet-of-Things (IoT) [61] has been identified as one of the main pillars of the world’s economies and the technology enabler for the evolution of the societies and for the future developments and improvement of the Internet [4]. A large number of research activities in Europe have been working in this direction i.e. FP7 projects in the context of Future Internet Research and Experimentation (FIRE) initiative. FIRE projects have already demonstrated the potential of IoT technologies and deployments in a number of different application areas including transport, energy, safety and healthcare. FIRE deployments and project results have also demonstrated the advantages of implementing Smart Cities testbeds (national and EU scale) both have been extensively reported in [5]. Smart City testbeds are the key places for large demonstration of IoT concepts and technology. Smart cities testbeds are prone to be large scale, highly heterogeneous and target a diverse set of application domains.

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Published date: June 2017

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Local EPrints ID: 416790
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/416790
PURE UUID: b7c281a5-8a6a-48f4-afef-30b63cc19177
ORCID for Paul Grace: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-2363-0630

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Date deposited: 10 Jan 2018 17:30
Last modified: 16 Dec 2019 18:33

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Author: Martin Serrano
Author: Amelie Gyrard
Author: Michael Boniface
Author: Paul Grace ORCID iD
Author: Nikolaos Georgantas
Author: Rachit Agarwal
Author: Payam Barnagui
Author: Francois Carrez
Author: Bruno Almeida
Author: Tiago Teixeira
Author: Phillippe Cousin
Author: Franck Le-Gall
Author: Martin Bauer
Author: E. Kovacs
Author: Luis Munoz
Author: Luis Sanchez
Author: John Soldatos
Author: Nikos Kefalakis
Author: Ignacio Abaitua Fernandez-Escarzaga
Author: Juan Echevarria Cuenca
Author: Ronald Steinke
Author: Manfred Hauswirth
Author: Jaeho Kim
Author: Jaeseok Yun
Editor: K.C. Chen
Editor: Sandeep Shukla

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