Sastanak seminara za primenjenu matematiku, 3. novembar 2009.

Utorak, 3.11.2009. u 14:15, sala 305 MI SANU: Srđan Krco, Fakultet organizacionih nauka


Abstract: Internet and the mobile network infrastructures have become the technological backbone of our society, with a large number of businesses, social interactions and public services such as government, health and education, heavily relying on it on a daily basis. More recently, sensing and interacting with the physical world have gained a lot of attention, which has resulted in a range of useful application proposals that have exploited the context of a person, an object or an area, to provide novel services to users or enterprizes. These applications often served immediate and specialized needs (e.g. maps showing nearby restaurants or busy intersections) and hence were designed as isolated enclaves, i.e. as closed, vertical, stand-alone systems built with one specific purpose in mind. In the realm of the network of the future, people, sensors, objects, and spaces willbe intertwined in both virtual and physical realms while collaborating and sharing information in an unobtrusive manner. Wireless sensor and actuator networks will enable inclusion of the physical world context into the new intelligent, invisible and autonomous applications and services as well as enhancement and enrichment of the existing communication services (person-person, person-machine, mobile-machine, person-content, and machine-machine). The role of the sensor networks, and more general of Internet of Things, in the network of the future is thus to provide the missing link between the virtual and the physical world. Therefore, it is necessary to take into account the physical world factors when developing new service and network infrastructures and to embed interfaces to the physical world, regardless of how interaction with the physical world is realized. A number of challenges like design of an open sensor and actuator framework, design of horizontal solutions reusable across multiple applications, platforms and domains, business enablers, scalability, inter-operability, security, have to be overcome before such a ubiquitous communication, computing, sensing and actuation environment can be created.

In this presentation the work done in FP7 SENSEI project on architecture of a ubiquitous sensing and actuation framework in the context of the Network of the  Future addressing the challenges mentioned above is described.  The main user scenarios are presented first, followed by a description of the framework components. Finally, a brief outline of the SENSEI's pan-European test bed is given.

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