April 2016. The FIESTA-IoT project participated at the Salon de l’Internet des Object (SIDdO) as part of the IoT Village. SIDO is an industrial centred event for IoT professionals, and is attended by large companies and SMEs highlighting their products and services in the IoT domain. There was significant activity at the event (50 sessions, 200 speakers, 200 exhibitors); and the event is open to the general public meaning that FIESTA-IoT was advertised to a large audience of both expert and non-experts in the field of IoT.
Further information about the SIDO activities have been posted on the iot-epi.eu blog: http://iot-epi.eu/index.php/2016/04/21/guest-post-reflections-from-salon-de-linternet-des-object-sido-6th-to-7th-april-2016-lyon-france/
Via a project booth, FIESTA-IoT demonstrated the significant progress that it has made on the integration of heterogeneous, geographically distributed, and disparate IoT testbeds covering the domains of Smart Cities, Smart Buildings, Mobile sensors, and OneM2M technologies. The aim being to provide the necessary tools and experiment as a service technologies to support cross technology IoT experimentation.
FIESTA partners from INRIA and Com4Innov manned the booth – providing a demonstration of the noise sensor device and application developed at INRIA being utlised in the context of crowd sensing experiments for noise measurement in a city. The application and experiment attracted the attention of several visitors to observe how noise can be measured in a smart city.
The FIESTA-IoT project was sharing the IERC Village space with another 4 EU-funded projects CLOUT project, VITAL-IoT, COSMOS Project and ALMANAC Project where a common level of synergy focused on smart cities was demonstrated.