How to create and run a FIESTA-IoT Experiment
The following training material provides the information about how you can gain access to the FIESTA-IoT platform. Currently this is available to winners of the Open Call funding. The further material then describes how to create an execute IoT experiments atop the platform using either the Experiment-as-a-Service (EaaS) tools, or the Service APIs:
Deployed FIESTA-IoT Experiments
The following are a description of already developed and deployed real-world FIESTA-IoT experiments.
1. Data Assembly and Services Portability Experiment
The experiment consists of a set of back-end services that can be useful to build a Smart City Performance Model. A digital representation of a city with direct observed data and inferred data is developed to be displayed to the user. The heterogeneous data is collected across IoT testbeds, semantically aligned, and then displayed.
2. Dynamic Discovery of IoT Resources for Testbed Agnostic Data Access
This experiment validates FIESTA-IoT support for dynamic discovery of IoT services exposing IoT resources. The figure shows how a dashboard that needs to dynamically discover services to fill its output is developed atop the heterogeneous testbeds of the FIESTA-IoT facility and resources are dynamically discovered and accessed.
3. Large Scale Crowd-sensing Experiments
An experiment that uses data streams from participants interfacing to different IoT platforms/providers acquired via their smart phones. A living labs approach will be exploited in order to ensure the statistically appropriate representation of the various sensors/data streams in the experiment.