IoT Scenarios

Introducing IoT Scenarios: Connecting Engineers, Use Cases and Real-World Applications. Submit, Like and Comment on IoT Scenarios.

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.

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ICT CityPulse
public, mobile, crowd sourcing, dmi weather data, public building (from bbr), sun shadow (from kk 3d), social networks

Line lives in Aarhus and in her spare time she manages an informal volunteering project aimed at organising trips, activities and city walks for refugees hosted in a close asylum center. One of the problems she and her teammates are regularly presented with regards the availability of St. Knud’s school kitchen. This is the facility where the food service team usually gathers and prepares food for the events participants. Nevertheless, not always the kitchen is available for use and it often happened that Line was forced to adopt more expensive or time-consuming solutions for food provision. Therefore she wants to optimise the food preparation service in a sustainable way. Moreover, she would like to improve the quality of the cultural and social integration experience between the refugees and the Danes living in Aarhus. One of the team members, Joe, has found out an app called SpaceInvaders, developed by a team of IT-guys from Copenhagen, which visualises, categorises, maps and arranges the booking of a series of private and public urban spaces currently unused and made available – after registration on SpaceInvaders platform – to whoever is in need. Through a search engine one can search for the space he or she needs (kitchen, gym, soccer field, garden, terrace, etc.) and check its availability. The search is furthermore filtered by: type (shared / non-shared space), location, rating, date and time of usage, capacity, equipment, facilities, price, safety level, etc. The user then is presented with reviews, a brief description and some pictures of the selected space, information about the host persons / organisation as well as terms of use. This is a great tool Line and her group can use to better plan and manage the project’s many activities, not only those regarding food preparation.

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