Internet of Things and Smart City

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  • Unde: Bucharest, Romania
  • Când: în curând
  • Info: 2 day course
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General

Recently we are witnessing a growing interest in the Internet of things which is perceived, rightly, as the next step in the development of global network connectivity. The Internet of things concept is the third phase of the network following Web1.0 (Content consumption) and Web2.0 (Social networking). The idea of ​​global interconnectedness of various smart devices ranging from sensors through automated physical devices to complex industrial systems holds tremendous potential for new ideas and initiatives which may change our lives radically.

With the availability of Internet of things (IOT) technologies and proper communication infrastructure, “Smart city” solutions are becoming a major mean in the process of addressing future urban challenges. The “Technology fusion” nature of the smart city environments opens the gate to a vast number of opportunities and technological innovation.

The Seminar

The proposed seminar is planned to be a combined IOT and Smart city seminar allowing its participants to deeply understand the Internet of things and then explore the specific case of smart city. The seminar will describe a comprehensive picture of the IOT world and deeply cover key technologies, major communication issues, key markets, vertical industries, technology trends, market trends, market drivers, market forecasts, value chain and key stakeholders. The seminar will also deal with the different challenges faced by the industry. Main attention will also be given to the range of current and future applications.

The Smart city part of the seminar will come after the IOT part and based on the knowledge acquired. This part will include a deep journey into the smart city technology and management fusion and into the main Smart city sub industries such as intelligent transportation, safe city, e-government, smart utilities and more. For each such industry a market and technology review will be presented to the seminar participants. Special attention will be given to the evolution of multi domain architectures and their associated information analysis.

The seminar will be conducted as a 2 days seminar. It will be presented as a series of frontal presentations associated with case studies and participants’ activities such as open debates, group discussions and industry challenges simulations of both products and business issues.

Lecturer: Israel Ronn

Israel Ronn, Chief Executive officer of Logtel, brings to the table over twenty-five years of executive management experience. Mr. Ronn's background includes leading local and multinational companies in the areas of Vehicle Telematics, Location Based Services, Telecommunication, M2M Wireless, Voice Biometrics and Voice Processing. Israel Ronn is a former President of Telrad Networks Inc (NY/USA), a former CEO of Telrad Connegy Limited; a former CEO of Cellmax-Systems Limited and a former GM of Cellocator, a division of Pointer Telocation Limited (NASDAQ:PNTR). Israel Ronn is an expert in the areas of Internet of Things, Advanced automotive and Location based services. Mr. Ronn is currently also the founder and owner of Spotam.

 

Day 1 – IOT Market and technology review

 

Part 1 – IOT introduction & market review   

Web evolution onto WEB3.0

IOT definition &  vision

From M2M to IOT – what makes the difference

Market structure – stakeholders & supply chain

Vertical picture – range of industries & applications

Broadband IOT

Business models & business challenges                   

Recent announcements review and trends identification

Trends & forecasts

And what about Web 4.0?

Case study:  From M2M to IOT

Case study: Asset tracking example

Participants exercise: Case studies classifications and discussion  

 

Part 2 - Technology review    

Network & communications                                                          

M2M hardware

GNSS & non satellite location

Beacon

Physical web

M2M platforms

Power 

Back office & cloud

OTA update

Standards & standards bodies

Development environments & systems

Case study: Solar power solution

Case study: In door location

Case study: Cellular modem functionality

Participants activity: technology challenge   

 

Part 3 – The Network

Basic M(V)NO roles in IOT

M(V)NO IOT services

Mobile operators challenges & solutions

VAS – breaking the pipeline 

LTE & 5G

Alternative IOT networks – P2P BLE & IOT specific networks

Case study: SigFox

Participants activity: Future networks forecasting – debate            

 

Part 4 – Developing IOT solutions     

Project types & typical processes

Developing under IOT platforms

IOT development challenges

 

Part 5 – IoT industries review           

Vehicle Telematics

Connected car

Asset tracking            

 

Day 2 – IOT industries review & Smart city 

 

Part 6 – IOT industries review (cont’)           

Industrial IOT

Wellness & fitness

Smart home

Retail

Case study      

 

Part 7 – Smart city introduction & market review    

Urban trends and the need for “smart solutions”

Smart city  - the general pictures

Smart city and IOT – Similar but different

Unifying infrastructure

Data & information analysis – big data

Information framework (Metro networks)

Management framework                  

Smart city platforms and integrations

Smart city security (Cyber, privacy, access control, identity)

Management and control

Full smart city solution: building blocks 

Case study: City zenith                       

 

Part 8 – Smart city – Connected city

Communication availability

City CRM

E-government

City information services

Smart city information highway

Tourist and visitors services  

           

Part 9  – Intelligent Transportation Systems            

Traffic control

Traffic planning and prediction

Multi modal transportation

Car sharing/Car as a service

Autonomous vehicles and Robotaxis

Parking solutions (Off/on street)

Peer to peer solutions

Market disruption  - A glance into the future of ITS

Case study: UBIGO project

Case study: Autolib Paris

Case study: Ha:Mo     

 

Part 10 – Smart utilities 

Basic metering terminology

Features and functions

Architectures and deployment

Smart grid

Smart grid and the electric car

Case study: Connode

Case study: Tesla model S     

 

Part 11. Summary