Exhibitions and Demos

  • Exhibitions will be held on 24/26 June 2014, 09:00-18:00, Foyer Europa and Italia


  • Exhibition stand 1: EMPhAtiC

  • Vidar Ringset (SINTEF ICT, Norway)

The demonstration will consist of the FBMC hardware and TETRA terminals. The FBMC system is implemented using two laptop PCs and two USRP hardware platforms. These constitute one transmitter and one receiver. The plan is to transmit the signal over the air. A narrowband signal is generated by means of standard TETRA handsets. The frequency allotment of the TETRA terminal is 25 kHz whereas the broadband system covers a bandwith of 1.05 MHz. The frequencies not used by the TETRA system is used by the broadband system and the demonstration will show that it is possible for these systems to coexist within the same RF frequency band. A spectrum analyser is used to display the frequency content of the signal. In addition a PC will be used to show simulation results. Posters will illustrate the demonstration setup as well as general information about the project.



  • Exhibition stand 2: WiserBAN - Smart Miniature Low-Power Wireless Microsystem for Body Area

  • Christoph Pregizer (Siemens Audiology Solutions, Germany)

The Demonstration will showcase technologies developed in the framework of WiserBAN. This will include samples of the WiserBAN System-in-Package as well as the integration of the system into a hearing aid and other systems of the end users, such as cardiac implants, insulin pumps, and cochlear implants. The functional aspects of the system will be demonstrated by using a test setup incorporating the WiserBAN technologies, including an implementation on a Tablet Device to showcase transmit and receive functionality as well as the protocol that is intended to be used for communication between e.g. a hearing aid and a Tablet.



  • Exhibition stand 3: AmpliFIRE / Fed4FIRE

  • Timo Lahnalampi (Martel Consulting, Switzerland)

  • Thijs Walcarius (iMinds, Belgium)

Using the various tools developed for Fed4FIRE, such as the Fed4FIRE portal and jFed these demonstrations will cover the entire lifecycle of the experiment including finding appropriate resources, designing the experiment, running the experiment and gathering measurements. The demo will also show the use and control of the resources of your experiment during the experiment and how measured data can be retrieved from the experiment. Additionally, the various federation support tools that are available to the end-user and the First Level Support will be demonstrated. At the time of the EUCNC- conference, the second open call for additional project partners will be open. At the booth, we will provide more information about this call, and we will be present for face-to-face discussions with all interested parties including academia, research institutions, industry and SMEs.

The AmpliFIRE project will show an overview of the Future Internet Research and Experimentation (FIRE) projects, available test facilities and overall FIRE service offering.



  • Exhibition stand 4: SODALES | SOftware-Defined Access using Low-Energy Subsystems

  • Carlos Bock (I2CAT Foundation, Spain)

The demo will consist of a end-to-end transmission system, which will transmit a high definition video from one end to the other. This will validate that the complete system works correctly and demonstrate the developments done so far by the project. Separately, the control and management plane that is being developed now will be described.



  • Exhibition stand 5: FABULOUS FDMA PON : highly flexible passive optical network for generalized broadband access

  • Benoit Charbonnier (Orange Labs, France)

  • Silvio Abrate (Istituto Superiore Mario Boella, Italy)

The demonstration includes:

  • A prototype Optical Line Termination (OLT — central office side) including a simple service platform. OLT picture top right.
  • Three prototype Optical Network Units (ONU – customer side) with Video screens giving a feel for the transmission and service capabilities of our demonstrator. ONU picture bottom right.
  • The OLT and ONUs are linked with optical fibre spools (FTTH network).

A video service runs both ways through the fibre.

There will also be on display some early Silicon Photonics devices fabricated in the project.



  • Exhibition stand 6: 5GNOW: Challenging the LTE Design Paradigms of Orthogonality and Synchronicity

  • Dimitri KTENAS (CEA-Leti, France), Ivan Simões Gaspar (TUD, Germany)

The GFDM transceiver demo implemented in FPGA can generate and receive a stream of GFDM blocks with parameterized number of subcarriers (K) and sub-symbols per subcarrier (M). Aspects of the real transmission with antennas in the frequency of 2.4 GHz can be easily accessed through a graphical user interface that allows interaction with the experiment and highlights its main properties in terms of spectrum emission and demodulation steps.

The second demonstrator is a reconfigurable FPGA/ARM digital baseband hardware platform implementing fragmented spectrum processing both at transmit and receive parts using FBMC modulation. The objective is to demonstrate the FBMC built-in filtering feature adapted to spectrum availability in the fragmented case. The proposed receiver architecture based on frequency domain processing combined with the fair frequency localization of the FBMC prototype filter provides an architecture that allows for more efficient multiuser asynchronous reception compared to OFDM. The setup will be composed of two user equipments (transmitters) and one receiver. Real time transmission will be done through RF front ends at 2.7GHz via the National Instrument NI PXIe-1062 equipment.  The application running on top of the physical layer is uplink video conference service and we demonstrate the robustness of FBMC compared to OFDM in the case of timing misalignment between the two user equipments (multi-user asynchronous access). The objective of the demonstration is thus to prove the feasibility of FBMC multiuser access (FBMC-MA) in a multiuser asynchronous environment.



  • Exhibition stand 7: Next Generation Satellite Broadband Systems

  • Graham Peters (Avanti Communications Group Plc, UK)

  • Alessandro Vanelli-Coralli (University of Bologna, Italy)

  • Glyn Jones (Avanti Communications Group Plc, UK)

This will be a “static” demo including a set of posters capturing the research outcomes of the involved studies related to satellite broadband. It is also the idea to include a monitor showing a presentation with additional information on the specifics of the different projects. We also plan to bring an example of satellite broadband router to provide an example of satellite broadband technology targeting the residential users . This router will be inactive during the exhibition.



  • Exhibition stand 8: Aerial Base Stations with Opportunistic Links for Unexpected &Temporary Events

  • Isabelle Bucaille  (Thales Communications & Security, France)

Four main demonstrations are foreseen:

  1. The first one will illustrate the Portable Land Mobile Unit sub-system. It will be composed of a suitcase having 3G Base station, WiFi access point, Wireless Sensor Network, computing platform etc... Dedicated mobile phones and tablets showing applications developed in the scope of the project will be connected to the PLMU.
  2. The second demonstration will provide the first LTE results with Radio Remote head and Baseband components. This demonstration will not illustrate all functionalities but will provide a view of the current developments.
  3. The third demonstration will consist of a video illustrating system simulations that are performed in the project. This video can be viewed on a computer.
  4. The fourth demonstration will be a video of trails that have been performed with the aerial platform. This could be viewed on a big screen in the booth.



  • Exhibition stand 9: High Accuracy Real Time Localization: the SELECT Experience

  • Enrico Savioli (Datalogic IP Tech S.r.l., Italy)

The exhibition will allow the participants to see the SELECT prototype in action by means of a live demo and a video of the prototype tracking moving luggage on a conveyor belt. The live demo shows how the system identifies tags and how it measures the distance between tags and readers using backscattered UWB pulses. The SELECT demo system is composed of a reader, one or more tags, and a workstation that visualizes the results of the detection, identification, and location processes. During the demonstration, the tags and readers will be moved at various relative distances and the new tag position will be updated and visualized in real-time. Moreover, the participants will have the opportunity to discuss the advanced techniques researched during the project and to see the UWB transmitting/receiving front-ends, the dual UHF/UWB tags, and the other basic components used to implement the SELECT prototype.



  • Exhibition stand 10: EUWin Experimentation

  • Raymond Knopp (eurecom, France)

The Bolognoa IoT demo will access a site in Bologna remotely and demonstrate how sensor network experiments can be controlled from a remote location. EURECOM demo is centered around recent advances in the OpenAirInterface.org (OAI) platform.  We will show an example of the use of OpenAir4G as a fully compliant 4G basestation using commercial terminals. We will also demonstrate how the OAI platform can be used to create so-called Cloud-RAN centralized processing for virtualizing basestations in a server platform.



  • Exhibition stand 11: iCore: Empowering IoT with Cognitive Technologies

  • Vera Stavroulaki (University of Piraeus, Greece)

The demo shows how, through the concept of Virtual Objects (VOs), Real World Objects can be semantically enriched to foster their reuse and made to behave more autonomously i.e. generating events, notifications and streaming sensed data which can be tailored to the needs of the applications that use them. Moreover the demo shows how such enriched objects can also be combined dynamically and automatically to achieve more complex functionality which is then maintained to achieve better robustness of the IoT. Besides these object “self-management” aspects, the demo will also show how IoT based applications can be improved with the support of models that are able to reproduce Real World Knowledge and that can adapt to the changing situation they are representing. This is achieved through a set of use-cases, namely smart home, smart meeting, smart transportation, supply chain management and urban surveillance. Finally, the demonstration will feature iCore trial activities focusing on Smart City and Smart Health aspects. The components that will be used for the demonstration include actual devices, sensors and actuators, smartphones, Gateways and software for the various cognitive management entities. Indicatively, Arduino, Waspmote and FlyPort platforms are combined with a variety of sensors (such as luminosity, temperature, humidity, location, heart-rate), actuators (such as Wireless-enabled, over ZigBee, Lights), M2M-enabled FlyPort modules, a (ZigBee-enabled) Gateway as well as various software technologies such as RESTful Web Services and JAVA Servlets, XML,  JSON, RDF, SPARQL, Apache Jena Ontology API, open RDF Sesame API, etc.



  • Exhibition stand 12: MCN – Mobile Cloud Networking

  • Paulo Simões  (University of Coimbra, Portugal)

  • Thomas Bohnert (Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland)

  • Georgios Karagiannis (University of Twente, The Netherlands)

  • Marius-Iulian Corici (FraunhoferFOKUS, Germany)

  • Giuseppe Antonio Carella (Technical University of Berlin, Germany)

The demonstration includes the first steps achieved on this path. It specifically includes:

  • An OpenStack based cloud infrastructure enabling the deployment of cloudified network services
  • A basic Service Orchestrator (partially overlapping with Fraunhofer FOKUS OpenSDNCore toolkit, managing dynamically the deployment of a set of virtual networks and of a virtual telecom core network platform.
  • A basic monitoring system for providing momentary capacity and triggers for virtual network infrastructure adaptations
  • A set of virtualised network functions:
    • A realistic implementation of a virtual 3GPP EPC based on the Fraunhofer FOKUS OpenEPC toolkit
    • An LTE emulation bases on the Fraunhofer FOKUS OpenEPC eNB implementation
  • A benchmarking tool, providing the means to make basic conformity testing of the virtual infrastructure and the evaluation of different network function placement mechanisms



  • Exhibition stand 13: AUTOFLOW: Experimentation Framework for Autonomic Software Defined Networks

  • Kostas Tsagkaris (University of Piraeus, Greece)

This demo shows how, an operator can deploy new services or accommodate new traffic on top of its multi-vendor and multi-technology but SDN-enabled infrastructures. For this purpose, three critical aspects are demonstrated: i) the operator describes his goals and objectives, through high-level means and governs his network, ii) policy-based operation of SDN-enabled segments is achieved and optimized with respect to QoE/QoS efficiency, taking into account metrics and knowledge  derived in network nodes and end-user devices and are inline with the operator objectives and iii) coherence between these segments is achieved through cooperation, negotiation and federation. This demonstration exploits the physical topology of the GÉANT OpenFlow facility and in particular the 5 Points of Presence (PoPs) in Vienna, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Zagreb and London. Consequently, this demonstration is based on a realistic environment for WAN-relevant SDN/OpenFlow experimentation.



  • Exhibition stand 14: E-health Applications for Smart Cities Infrastructures based on Live Video-to-Video Solutions

  • Eleni Patouni (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece)

  • Luis Cordeiro (OneSource, Portugal)

  • Ioannis Chochliouros (Hellenic Telecommunications Organization S.A., Greece)

Telemedicine use case Demo:

This use-case focuses on providing everyday monitoring for eye patients (e.g. with glaucoma). The core of this use case demo is the LiveCity telemedicine plugin used to connect the doctor and patient over public internet through HD vídeo with the use of Video-to-Video (V2V) services. The demonstration will showcase the local/remote connection of doctor and patient in EUCNC venue and eye examination (depending on connectivity and access to the Livecity closed network through EUCNC venue).

Emergency use case demo:

The emergency use case has its primary focus on providing remote assistance to emergency personnel deployed on the field giving assistance to trauma victims. This local demonstration in EUCNC will showcase one user wearing a backpack computer system performing live secure video transmission through wireless medium to a computer with a user playing the role of the doctor at the hospital, while there is a patient simulating some kind of trauma. The core of this platform is the microcomputer, which is embedded inside the backpack itself



  • Exhibition stand 15: METIS DBB key component: FBMC/OQAM-related new waveform

  • Jérémy Nadal (Institut Mines-Telecom/Telecom Bretagne, France)

  • Charbel Abdel Nour (Institut Mines-Telecom/Telecom Bretagne, France)

  • Amer Baghdadi (Institut Mines-Telecom/Telecom Bretagne, France)

  • Hao Lin (Orange Labs, France)

This exhibition proposes to demonstrate a new waveform based on filter bank multicarrier (FBMC) modulation as one of the promising technology components enabling efficient air-interface for several new usage scenarios. This is done through a complete hardware implementation on an FPGA-based digital baseband (DBB) platform of both techniques with similar architectural choices. Novel hardware optimisations are proposed to reduce implementation complexity. Target key-performance indicators (KPIs) include spectrum usage, hardware complexity, latency, and energy efficiency. Being a physical-layer component, it constitutes an enabler to many usage scenarios as it enhances system robustness in several impairment cases: (1) against narrowband interference encountered in an ultra-dense network (UDN) where cellular and device-to-device (D2D) users coexist and perfect synchronization may not be easily ensured and (2) against high Doppler shifts encountered in mobile environments.



  • Exhibition stand 16: Adaptive video encoding and transmission for telemedicine applications

  • Lorenzo Iacobelli (Thales Communications and Security, France)

  • Cyril Bergeron (Thales Communications and Security, France)

  • Peter Amon (Siemens, Germany)

  • Esa Piri (VTT, Finland)

  • Janne Vehkaperä (VTT, Finland)

  • Matteo Mazzotti (CNIT, Finland)

  • Simone Moretti (CNIT, Finland)

  • Laszlo Bokor (BME, Hungary)

  • Maria Martini (Kingston University, UK)

  • Karim Nasr (Kingston University, UK)

  • Chaminda Hewage (Kingston University, UK)

Two main areas of the full CONCERTO demonstration will be represented: the emergency area and the hospital. At the emergency area side, CONCERTO will show the capability to transmit over wireless networks videos acquired in real time by multiple cameras (expected to be deployed inside the ambulance) and combined in a single video stream as well as medical videos generated by an ultrasound machine. The videos are coded adaptively according to cross layer signalling about available bandwidth or user preferences. At the hospital side, the demonstrator will show how the videos are received, stocked and transmitted on a tablet of a mobile user (i.e., a doctor walking inside the hospital) in real time and adaptively following the interactive preferences of the user. A customized smartphone deployed at the emergency side and capable to exploit different access networks (Wi-Fi, 3G) to optimize the video stream transmission to the hospital will be also operated.



  • Exhibition stand 17: Comm&Net@ UniBO on stage

  • Silvia Vecchi, Alma Mater Studiorum  Università di Bologna, Italy)

Self-organisation for smart-devices

By means of several entertainment apps for smartphones and tablets, this demonstrator focusses on the potentials of self-organization techniques when applied at large scale on pervasive computing devices: solely by local communications, digital ecosystems will be created that adapt to the movement of devices on top of a wireless-enabled "carpet".

ParticipAct – A ParticipAction experiment at UNIBO

ParticipAct is a UNIBO project aimed at studying the still under-explored potential of collaboration among people exploiting smartphones as interaction tool and interconnection medium. We developed a smartphone application that allows users to easily do coordinated tasks (for example, to automatically collect data about network coverage or about audio pollution) and sends collected data to our platform that process, aggregates and analyzes the data. We still do not understand how deeply communication and continuous sensing will change society, we are ahead of an exciting journey.

The MIROR Platform

The MIROR platform is an advanced system for young children music and dance education, based on the paradigm of “reflexive interaction”. The MIROR platform is composed by 3 applications: MIROR-Improvisation, MIROR-Composition and MIROR-Body Gesture. A new application is coming: the MIROR-MultiModal.

Robust and easy to deploy wireless sensor networks for landslides integrated monitoring

We show a wireless sensor network (WSN), designed for landslides monitoring. Data collected by sensors are then delivered to a remote unit for on-line analysis and alerting. The network has been designed and installed on a landslide located in Torgiovannetto (Italy) for an experimental campaign of several months. With negligible human intervention during the pilot experiment, the network revealed a very high level of robustness which makes it suitable to monitor landslides in critical environments.



  • Exhibition stand 18: METIS RRM key component: Direct network controlled D2D

  • Kalle Ruttik (Aalto University, Finland)

The demonstration will contain four software radio units. One pair operates as base station and user equipment using TD-LTE radio interface technology. The second pair demonstrates device to device communication. The D2D link synchronizes to TD-LTE frame structure transmitted by BS. The data communication quality of both links can be observed by visitors.

The demonstration is illustrated with a graphical user interface that provides interactive aspect of the demo. The visitors can configure whether the links are allowed to use the same spectral resources or not. The demonstration gives users visual feedback on the impact of selected changes.



  • Exhibition stand 19: Success stories of the CREW project

  • Ingrid Moerman (iMinds, Belgium)

The 4 experiments that will be showcased are:

•    Experimental coexistence study in TV bands: this experiment will showcase the combination of TVWS geo-location database access with real-time the sensing information from the LOG-a-TEC outdoor sensor network.

•    Experiment-based validation of control channels for cognitive radio systems: this experiment will show that, if a mobile node (MN) goes out of the coverage of an access point (AP), it is possible to maintain the connectivity by exploiting the opportunities offered by neighboring (fixed) nodes.

•    WiFi/ZigBee inter-technology cooperation: this experiment will demonstrate a cross-technology TDMA MAC scheme, providing a global synchronisation signal and alternating WiFi and ZigBee channel allocation

•    Online gathering of spectrum sensing delay and energy consumption measurements in the CREW Benchmarking Framework: this experiment has extended the CREW facilities with hardware and software tools for evaluating cognitive solutions spectrum sensing delay and energy consumption.



  • Exhibition stand 20: Wireless Research Infrastructure for Cognitive and Sensor Networking Radio Systems

  • Marko Mäkeläinen (Centre for Wireless Communications, Finland)

In this demonstration, a micro cell network is consisted of multiple WARP development boards where some of the boards act as base station and some are user terminals. This setup enables testing network optimization techniques such as load balancing algorithms and dynamic resource sharing.

In addition, one WARP board acts as a router platform which provides an interface to the sensor network. Sensor data can be transferred to the graphical user interface (GUI) via WARP network.

The sensor system consists of environmental sensors performing periodic measurements and simple controls along with a human interface device control loop.

The GUI provides a convenient manner to monitor network events and performance metrics, and it has up-to-date information of the entire network.



  • Exhibition stand 21: SDN-enabled all-optical and programmable Data Centre Network for low latency server-to-server connectivity

  • Giacomo Bernini (Nextworks s.r.l., Italy)

Demonstrations of data plane technologies, network architecture and the interworking between the data plane and the SDN-based control plane will be performed. More specifically, the data plane technologies to be demonstrated include: a) advanced optical fast (nsec) switches to route traffic flows between DC servers/racks; b) high performance and all-programmable FPGA-based Network Interface cards (NIC) able to directly generate optical circuit/packet traffic, and c) an end-to-end all-optical network testbed able to demonstrate flexible, low-latency, and high-capacity DCN services.  Regarding the integration with the control plane, the communication between the ODL SDN controller and the fast optical switch is implemented through the OpenFlow (OF) protocol; more specifically, the SDN controller is deployed on top of the OF-enabled fast optical switches (with dedicated OF control agents) for switch configuration and monitoring performed through the OF protocol messages. This way, the provisioning and reconfiguration of virtual slices mapped onto the fast optical switches can be performed. It is realized through the proper remote creation and modification of the look-up-table of the switch.  Therefore, an SDN-based control framework for the fast optical switches will be demonstrated.



  • Exhibition stand 22: Real-time monitoring of dynamic Internet of Things environments using Smart Objects

  • Gianluigi Ferrari (Università degli Studi di Parma, Italy)

The demo shows an application scenario for real-time monitoring of dynamic environment where Smart Objects may join or leave abruptly and transparently and automatically interact with the environment and with the active users. The demo involves:

  • Heterogenous Smart objects involving Arduino, Contiki-based devices and Linux- based Single board computers.
  • Multi Application-Layer protocols management (e.g., CoAP and HTTP).
  • Service discovery procedures in local networks and distributed overlays.
  • IoT Hub implementation with:
    • Protocol Translation (HTTP & CoAP);
    • Resource Directory;
    • Proxy functionalities.



  • Exhibition stand 23: Demonstrating the opportunities offered by the Internet of Underwater Things

  • Chiara Petrioli (University of Rome “La Sapienza”, Italy)

  • John R. Potter (NATO Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation, Italy)

  • Roberto Petroccia (University of Rome “La Sapienza”, Italy)

  • Daniele Spaccini (University of Rome “La Sapienza”, Italy)

We will demonstrate a wireless distributed underwater sensor network integrating sensing, communication, and networking capabilities. It provides a complete self-organising system that is able to collect different measurements from the underwater environment making use of static nodes, intelligent sensors and actuators. We will set-up a scale-model test-bed where two or more underwater nodes, consisting of on-board dissolved CO2 and temperature sensors coupled to an Evologics Acoustic communications modem, cooperate to provide and communicate their measurements. Wireless data transfer will be achieved using Evologics acoustic modems deployed in a water tank or making ultrasonic acoustic transmissions through the air. A laptop or embedded device will be used to control the operation of the test-bed. Possibly the connection via Internet to an underwater test-bed deployed in La Spezia (at the NATO CMRE premises) will be experimented.



  • Exhibition stand 24: LabVIEW based Platform for prototyping dense LTE Networks in CROWD Project

  • Arianna Morelli (Intecs S.p.A, Italy)

This demonstrator shows initial integration results of integrating open source NS-3 LTE LENA stack within National Instruments’ (NI) PXI-based FlexRIO SDR platform for rapid prototyping. The demo shows a rich heterogeneous environment including multi-core Windows/Linux PC and real-time operating system (RTOS) running on high performance general purpose processors (GPP) such as Intel processors and FlexRIO FPGA modules containing Xilinx Virtex-5 and Kintex-7 FPGAs. We also show first integration results of baseband with RF, Digital to Analog Converter (DAC) and Analog to Digital Converter (ADC) modules that can meet the bandwidth and signal quality requirements of 5G systems.



  • Exhibition stand 25: SDN-based Mobility Management in a Dense Small Cells scenario

  • Luca Cominardi (IMDEA Networks Institute, Spain)

  • Albert Banchs (IMDEA Networks Institute, Spain)

The proposed SDN-based Mobility Management solution uses OpenFlow 1.3 as Southbound API and RYU as Network Controller. The Network Controller it is responsible to store the users’ mobility sessions and to configure properly the anchors. By the access network’s point of view, any OpenFlow-enabled node can play the role of anchor. Unlike classical protocol such as GPT and PMIPv6, our solution does not involve any tunnelling mechanism. This can be done by having an IP-based access network where the internal routing is independently driven by MPLS or 802.1Q VLANs. Our implementation deals only the case where the whole access network is Ethernet-based. The internal routing is thus performed using 802.1Q VLANs. As a use case to show the benefits of our SDN-based solution, the MN run multiple flows and a different anchor is selected for each flow. The anchor selection is based on the characteristics of the flows. Furthermore, we cover the use case of network reconfiguration, namely the case when a branch of the network is switched-off for energy saving purpose. In case of anchors placed in the switched-off branch, that have been already assigned and are still active, we show the anchor reassignment mechanism where new anchors are selected inthe active branch of the network.



  • Exhibition stand 26: Large contents offloading

  • Farid Benbadis (Thales Communications & Security, France)

Two entities are involved in the demonstration: a MOTO web server and a MOTO mobile application. The former emulates a service running on the Telecom operator side. It chooses a subset of users requiring a content and it sends them the content through the network infrastructure (3g normally, but through the Wi-Fi during the demo to avoid lack of coverage). Users who receive the contents, share it with all the other users through the mobile application. It implements a specific network protocol to disseminate large contents exploiting short duration opportunistic contacts through the Wi-Fi ad hoc technology. Every time a user completely receives a content, the server is notified. It can thus keep track of the content dissemination and eventually injects other copies after a time line.



  • Exhibition stand 27: OpenIoT: Open Source Internet of Things Services and Applications

  • Martín Serrano (National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland)

The exhibition will be structured based on a main demonstrator of worldwide distributed IoT sensors-enabling the creation of services and a set of satellite demonstrations of various tools facilitating IoT services deployment. The main demonstration (eye-catching) will be based on a visually attracting canvas where the deployed worldwide sensors will be shown, and from there, a selection of those sensors can be used for deploying services. Smart environments will be simulated to showcase the different services can be offered from the registered sensors. As a demonstrator of open space environment, like air monitoring with thousand of sensor distributed to monitoring the conditions of the air in a smart city. Devices and sensor prototypes will be demonstrated. Led lights and the combination of the lights and the flashing effect explain the variations in the conditions of the sensors. These set up corresponds with a real implementation in Zagreb, Croatia, where the monitoring of the air quality by using IoT sensor technology is deployed and currently customising the OpenIoT platform for scientific purposes. People will be attracted by sensor prototypes and the images o the real deployment of the sensors in Zagreb city via an individual screen projection.

The satellite demonstrations will include a wide range of tools, which will on the one hand visualize different parameters of the demonstrators (e.g., the showcases processes), and on the other will illustrate a visual process of designing, developing, configuring and deploying IoT services. The tools are offered as royalty free components of the OpenIoT (http://www.openiot.eu) open source. OpenIoT platform aim itself to be a fingerprint key system for easy adoption and creation of IoT services. Primordially for SME companies, OpenIoT and the sidereal tools will be crucial as per typically proprietary commercial IoT infrastructure for offering solutions is not necessary.