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Sii-Mobility: an IOT/IOE Architecture to Enhance Smart City Services of Mobility and Transportation

Version 1 : Received: 29 October 2018 / Approved: 29 October 2018 / Online: 29 October 2018 (13:57:36 CET)

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Badii, C.; Bellini, P.; Difino, A.; Nesi, P. Sii-Mobility: An IoT/IoE Architecture to Enhance Smart City Mobility and Transportation Services. Sensors 2019, 19, 1. Badii, C.; Bellini, P.; Difino, A.; Nesi, P. Sii-Mobility: An IoT/IoE Architecture to Enhance Smart City Mobility and Transportation Services. Sensors 2019, 19, 1.

Journal reference: Sensors 2018, 19, 1
DOI: 10.3390/s19010001

Abstract

The new IoT/IoE (internet of things/everythings) paradigm and architecture permits to rethink about the way the Smart City infrastructures are designed and managed, on the other hand a number of problems have to be solved. In terms of mobility the cities that embrace the sensoring era can take advantage of this disruptive technology to improve the quality of life of their citizen, also thanks the rationalization in the use of their resources. In Sii-Mobility, a national smart city project on mobility and transportation, a flexible platform has been designed and here, in this paper, is presented. It permits to setup heterogeneous and complex scenarios that integrate sensors/actuators as IoT/IoE in an overall scenario of Big Data, Machine Learning and Data Analytics. A detailed and complex case-study has been presented to validate the solution in the context of a system that dynamically reverse the traveling direction of a road segment, with all the safety conditions in place. This case study composes several building blocks of the IoT platform, which demonstrate that a flexible and dynamic set-up is possible, supporting off-grid, security, safety, cloud and mixed solutions.

Subject Areas

smart city; mobility; IOT Applications; safety critical

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