OSGi for European and Japanese smart cities - experiences and lessons learnt

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Internet of Things (IoT) is the digital skin of the physical world. It has specific requirements such as dynamicity to self-adapt to the continuously changing physical context. The world is heterogeneous and the objects should interoperate to collaborate, thus interoperability is essential. Openness and short learning curve are other requirements so that innovators (e.g. startups) can rapidly build applications with reduced time-to-market and avoid vendor lock-in. Reuse of software and hardware is also particularly important since billion of devices are expected to be deployed in the coming decades and those devices should be multi-purpose and reusable by applications from different domains and not be specific to a given domain.
OSGi has - since 15 years ago -  the answers to those requirements of today’s IoT. Its powerful run-time environment for the dynamicity, its service-oriented approach hiding heterogeneity, its modularity making the reuse extremely simple, and last but not least, its open approach giving the potential to democratize the IoT.
The talk will illustrate the benefits of OSGi for IoT with concrete deployed examples, in particular in smart city domain in Europe and Japan via the collaborative projects such as ClouT (http://clout-project.eu) and FESTIVAL (http://www.festival-project.eu).

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Wednesday, October 26, 2016 - 17:00 to 17:35
Mike Francis (Paremus)'s picture

Hi - please can you complete the speaker details information please.

Many thanks 


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Thanks for the remark. Updated..

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