by SRC Solution
Pilot Things uses artificial intelligence (Ai) to detect IoT sensor data anomalies.
The European Fiesta-Iot project provides their members access to testbeds with numerous live sensors. The project selects European companies for their innovative solution using these data. Pilot Things was selected in 2017 to build a software feature that automatically detects IoT sensor data anomalies on the smart city of Santander in Spain.
In 2010, the European Commission selected the Smart Santander project to become the testbed of the European Union in the realm of smart cities. This middle-sized city (180,000 inhabitants on 40 km2) holds the world record of smart sensors with nearly 20,000 fixed and mobile connected devices.
Pilot Things can create smart networks for the Internet of Things on a city scale. With the constant influx of data from thousands sensors, it becomes essential to have an automated system detecting failures and anomalies. However, such system should not come at the expense of easy configuration and low operational overhead.
In answer to these needs, we have created the Measurements Advanced Anomaly Detection (MAAD) technology available only within the Pilot Things network.
How the city can detect faulty sensors with MAAD?