Towards Interoperable IoT Deployments in Smart Cities - How project VITAL enables smart, secure and cost- effective cities

Abstract : IoT-based deployments in smart cities raise several challenges, especially in terms of interoperability. In this paper, we illustrate semantic interoperability solutions for IoT systems. Based on these solutions, we describe how the FP7 VITAL project aims to bridge numerous silo IoT deployments in smart cities through repurposing and reusing sensors and data streams across multiple applications without carelessly compromising citizens’ security and privacy. This approach holds the promise of increasing the Return-On-Investment (ROI), which is associated with the usually costly smart city infrastructures, through expanding the number and scope of potential applications.
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Gregor Schiele, John Soldatos, Nathalie Mitton. Towards Interoperable IoT Deployments in Smart Cities - How project VITAL enables smart, secure and cost- effective cities. ERCIM News, ERCIM, 2014, 2014 (98). ⟨hal-01025819⟩

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