The main goal of the FIESTA project is to open new horizons in the development and deployment of IoT applications and experiments at an EU (and global) scale, based on the interconnection and interoperability of diverse IoT platforms and testbeds.
The overall concept of FIESTA involves the establishment of a novel experimental infrastructure, which will enable the virtualization, federation and (semantic) interoperability of multiple IoT platforms and testbeds, notably platforms that are administratively and geographically dispersed.
This experimental infrastructure will provide European (IoT) researchers with unprecedented capabilities for designing and conducting experiments, based on the following functionalities:
> Sharing, linking and making easily accessible IoT datasets stemming from different IoT testbeds.
> Executing (vitual) experimental workflows based on data and services from any of the federated testbeds.
> Porting experiments from one IoT testbed/platform to another.
COORDINATOR: Dr. Martin Serrano, National University of Ireland Galway (Insight)
EXECUTION: From 2015-02-01 to 2018-01-31
EU CONTRIBUTION: 5 132 584 Euro
In Cooperation with
FIESTA-IOT Open Call
Category 1 – Call for experiments:
> Access to and sharing of IoT datasets in a testbed-agnostic way. FIESTA-IoT will provide researchers with tools for accessing IoT data resources (including Linked sensor data sets) independently of their source IoT platform/testbed.
Testbeds federating within the FIESTA-IoT Meta-Platform will benefit from:> Boost the sharing, reuse and repurposing of their IoT facilities at an EU and global scale.
> FIESTA IoT project will provide a global market confidence programme for extending the pool of interoperable facilities and testbeds that will comply with the project interoperability model.
> A range of best practices facilitating IoT platform providers and testbed owners/administrators to integrate their platform/testbed within FIESTA IoT
Detailed call information (Open Call calendar, document and proposal template) can be found at the FIESTA-IoT project website.