EPoSS Brokerage Workshop on IoT Large Scale Pilots

Location

1VS - The Westminster Conference Centre, 1 Victoria Street, London SW1H 0ET
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The workshop which is hosted and co-organised by EPoSS member KTN UK will be held in London, 26 June 2016.

The upcoming H2020 LEIT ICT Work Programme 2016-2017 will include a call for IoT Large Scale Pilots as follows. Note: The links below refer to summary slides, access to which is restricted to EPoSS members and registered participants of the event.

  • Pilot 1: Smart living environments for ageing well
  • Pilot 2: Smart Farming and Food Security
  • Pilot 3: Wearables for smart ecosystems
  • Pilot 4: Reference zones in EU cities
  • Pilot 5: Autonomous vehicles in a connected environment
  • Pilot 6: Water management for resilient cities

The EPoSS Brokerage Workshop on 26 June 2015 in London is dedicated

  1. to the organisation of EPoSS participation in the IoT pilots, and
  2. to linking EPoSS members as representatives of the supply side with representatives of the demand side for successful consortium building.

Objectives of the workshop

  • To highlight the fundamental role of Smart System Integration technology as the basis for IoT infrastructure
  • To establish a lasting relationship with other ETPs representing in essence other and complementing elements of IoT systems with a high added value, economically and societally, including application requirements and applications
  • To highlight the capabilities and the possible contributions from within the EPoSS environment to the development and realisation of successful IoT Pilots. Exploitation of Smart Systems Integration technology includes measurement and control expertise and system development and manufacturing.

Programme

09:00
Registration & Welcome Coffee (including collecting, sorting and pinning of Technology and Partner Offers and Requests)

10:00
Plenary Information and Q&A Session
Chair: Richard Foggie, KTN - the Knowledge Transfer Network, UK

  • Welcome Address: UK IoT Activities
    Richard Foggie, KTN - the Knowledge Transfer Network, UK
  • IoT Large Scale Pilots in H2020 Work Programme 2016-2017
    Francisco Ibañez, Oana Radu, European Commission, DG CONNECT, Belgium
  • Smart Systems as the Key Enabling Technology for Future IoT
    Roberto Zafalon, STMicroelectronics, Italy
  • EPoSS SRA: Relevant Parts for Generic IoT Infrastructure and the IoT LSPs
    Cees J.M. Lanting, Co-Chair of the EPoSS Working Group Smart Communications & IoT, CSEM, Switzerland

11:00
Session on Demand Side Requirements for IoT Large Scale Pilots
Chair & Introduction to the Format of the Event: Cees J.M. Lanting
, Co-Chair of the EPoSS Working Group Smart Communications & IoT, CSEM, Switzerland

  • Demand Side Requirements for Logistics
    J. Rod Franklin, Vice-Chair of the Board of ALICE, Kuehne Logistics University, Germany
  • Demand Side Requirements for Smart Living Environments for Ageing Well
    Rodd Bond, Netwell Centre, Ireland
  • Demand Side Requirements for Smart Farming and Food Security
    Cor Verdouw, Member of TP Organics Working Group on IoT, Wageningen UR, The Netherlands
  • Demand Side Requirements for Wearables - Part 1
    • João Gomes, CeNTI - Centre for Nanotechnology and Smart Materials, Portugal
    • Demand Side Requirements for Wearables - Part 2
    • René Wijlens, Executive Director EPSI, the European Platform for Sport Innovation, Belgium
      • Demand Side Requirements for Reference Zones in EU Cities
        Paul Copping, Smart Cities Advisor, Digital Greenwich, UK
      • Demand Side Requirements for Autonomous Vehicles
        Beate Müller, Office EPoSS e.V., VDI/VDE-IT, Germany

      12:30
      Networking Lunch

      13:30Brokerage Sessions Part 1*
      Chair: Wolfgang Gessner, Head of Office EPoSS e.V., VDI/VDE-IT, Germany

      1.
      Generic IoT Infrastructure and building blocks
      1.1.   
      Eman Martin-vignerte, Bosch UK,
      Smart Solutions
      1.2.   
      Andrea di Matteo, STMicroelectronics,
      MEMS Sensors
      1.3.   
      Emanuele Quacchio, STMicroelectronics,
      STM32 Open Development Environment - Modular Platforms for Fast Prototyping of Smart Sensors and Devices
      1.4.   
      Adrian Segens, RedBite Solutions,
      Connecting Unconnected Objects
      1.5.   
      Josu Bilbao, IK4-IKERLAN,
      IoT and M2M CPS Systems
      1.6.   
      Christoph Rathfelder, Hahn-Schickard,
      Enabling Technology Relevant to all Pilots
      1.7.   
      Stefan Van Baelen, iMinds,
      iMinds IoT Experience and Relevant Competences for the Large Scale Pilot on Wearables - Overview of iMinds' Strategic IoT Lab
      1.8.   
      Saverio De Vito, ENEA - Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economy,
      Generic IOT Infrastructure
      1.9.   
      Mikel Larrañaga, IK4-Tekniker,
      Wireless Communication and Data Management
      1.10.   
      Christopher Pickering, InnovaSec Ltd,
      User-focused IoT - Functional and Security Requirements
      1.11.   
      Cees J.M. Lanting, CSEM,
      A Modular Approach to IoT ‘Leaf’ Nodes

      2.
      Smart Living Environments for Ageing Well (Pilot 1)
      2.1.   
      Paul Galvin, Tyndall National Institute,
      Closed Loop Smart Patch for Multiparameter Monitoring for Active and Healthy Ageing

      3.
      Smart Farming and Food Security (Pilot 2)
      3.1.   
      Robert Ossevoort, LEI Wageningen UR,
      Smart Farming and Food Security
      3.2.   
      Nooshin Saeidi, Fraunhofer ENAS,
      Precision Forming
      3.3.   
      Michael Scholles, Fraunhofer IPMS,
      IoT for Food Quality and Safety
      3.4.   
      Erwin Schoitsch, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH,
      AIT Contributions to Smart Farming
      3.5
      Roberto Zafalon, STMicroelectronics,
      ST for Farming and Food: Sense and Connect!

      4.
      Additional Presentation on Generic IoT Infrastructure and Building Blocks or on Pilots 1 – 2
      4.1.   
      NN

      15:00Coffee Break

      15:30
      Brokerage Sessions Part 2*
      Chair: Beate Müller, Office EPoSS e.V., VDI/VDE-IT, Germany

      5.
      Wearables for Smart Ecosystems (Pilot 3)
      5.1.   
      João Gomes, CENTI - Centre of Nanotechnology and Smart Materials,
      Interconnecting Wearable Applications with Smart Mobility and Assisted Living
      5.2.   
      Daniele Puccinelli, SUPSI,
      Integration of Visible Light Communication into Smart Fabrics for Interaction with Smart Lighting and Smart Spaces
      5.3.   
      Knut Hufeld, Infineon Technologies AG,
      Wearables Powered by Nano Electronics
      5.4.   
      Changhai Wang, Heriot-Watt University,
      Sensors and Integration Methods for Wearables for Smart Ecosystem and generic IoT Infrastructure
      5.5.   
      Nooshin Saeidi, Fraunhofer ENAS,
      Vital-Net

      6.
      Reference Zones in EU Cities (Pilot 4)
      6.1.   
      Keith Reed, 1248 Ltd.,
      Getting to Simple - Deploying IoT at Scale
      6.2.   
      Dejan Bojic, NEC Europe,
      ICT Platform for Smart Cities: From Connectivity to Services
      6.3.   
      Irene Lopez de Vallejo, Digital Catapult,
      Requirements for Smart Cities

      7.
      Autonomous Vehicles in a Connected Environment (Pilot 5)
      7.1.   
      Paul Copping, Digital Greenwich,
      Demand Side of Autonomous Vehicle (Note: Please refer to slides 14f of the presentation)
      7.2.   
      Peter Frere, ZF TRW Conekt,
      Sensing Systems for Autonomous Vehicles in Connected Environment
      7.3.   
      Thomas Fleischmann, Robert Bosch GmbH,
      Connected Parking
      7.4.   
      Sharon Kindleysides, Kapsch TrafficCom AG,
      Solutions for Autonomous Vehicles
      7.5.   
      Erwin Schoitsch, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH,
      AIT Contributions to Autonomous Vehicles
      7.6.   
      Yuri Vershinin, Coventry University,
      Design of Automotive Telemetry System for Autonomous Vehicle for Vehicle to Infrastructure Communication
      7.7.   
      Nikos Pronios, Innovate UK,
      FiWARE Awareness Related

      8.
      Water Management for Resilient Cities (Pilot 6)
      8.1.   
      Xavier Munoz-Berbel, Institut de Microelectrónica de Barcelona
      (IMB-CNM, CSIC)
      Water Management
      8.2
      Martin Osborne, Mouchel Consulting,
      Smart Monitoring, Modelling and Management of Wastewater Networks

      9.
      Additional Presentation on Pilots 3 – 6
      9.1.
      NN

      17:00
      Consortium Building & Networking Session

      • Feedback & Outlook
        Francisco Ibañez, European Commission, DG CONNECT, Belgium (tbc)
      • Consortium Building & Networking around Technology and Partner Offers and Requests

      18:00
      End of the EPoSS / KTN Brokerage Workshop on IoT Large Scale Pilots

      * Note: Timing depends on the number of presentations per topic

      Rules for Participation
      Brokerage Presentations and Display of Technology or Partner Offers / Requests

      For the Brokerage Sessions, we invite presentations of requirements for specific application domains as well as presentations of technology offers and solutions for the individual IoT pilots.

      In order to help participants structure and present their offers and requests, and in order for us to have an overview of the quantity of presentations, we strongly recommend that all participants use the Template for Presentations provided for the workshop.

      For all presentations that will be given, the following information needs to be submitted upon registration before 15 June 2015:

      • Name and affiliation of presenter
      • IoT Pilot addressed
      • Short description of
        • the technology or solution offered, or
        • the demand side technology or partner requirements

      Presentations need to be brought to the event on a memory stick.

      For the networking and consortium building part, we also invite technology / partner offers / requests, that will be on display during the workshop.

      If you wish to display an offer or request, please send a maximum of 1 page A4, font size 20, clearly stating the nature of the offer or request, a short description of the organisation, the technology or solution offered or requested and your contact information by 15 June 2015 to the EPoSS Office. You are invited to use the Template for Technology or Partner Offers or Requests.

      Templates

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      Offer-Request template.png

       

      Summary slides on IoT Large Scale Pilots

      Note: The links below refer to summary slides, access to which is restricted to EPoSS members and registered participants of the event.

        Date & Time

        • Pilot 1: Smart living environments for ageing well
        • Pilot 2: Smart Farming and Food Security
        • Pilot 3: Wearables for smart ecosystems
        • Pilot 4: Reference zones in EU cities
        • Pilot 5: Autonomous vehicles in a connected environment
        • Pilot 6: Water management for resilient cities

        26 June 2015
        10:00 - 18:00

        Venue

        1VS - The Westminster Conference Centre
        1 Victoria Street
        London SW1H 0ET
        http://www.1victoriastreet.co.uk

        Organisers

        The EPoSS Brokerage Workshop on IoT Large Scale Pilots is co-organised by EPoSS and KTN UK

        KTN UK Logo

        EPoSS members from the UK will have a special interest in the workshop, given that the UK has made available a total of £40m for IoT demonstrators.