To really understand the Internet of Things (IoT) requires application, implementation, and execution in the real world. IEEE IoT recently launched a program to provide the IoT community an interactive platform on which to engage with use cases, service descriptions, business models, and reference implementations that will be key to developing a vibrant IoT industry. This is a fantastic opportunity for you to contribute to the IoT cause, as well as get excellent exposure for your projects and ideas.
Aarhus would like an interactive and online crime map. The crime map lets residents view crime data by specific neighborhoods - and in real time as reports occur. If possible the crime map should offer both geographic criminal history and day-by-day data regarding crime in the city. The map can help residents or new residents to find safe neighborhoods, but also enhance the city administration's and the police's understanding of where felony and violent crime persist, making it possible to focus resources to crime prevention. The map should build on report data from the police and present it visually in neighborhoods across the city. This is to keep the public well-informed about what is going on in their city/neighborhood. The map could include a feature, which makes it possible for people to report incidents. In that way the map would also show user-generated data. The user-generated/reported data should be sent directly to the police. Static data through some different parameters, such as e.g. neighbour.