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Les réseaux de capteurs intelligents et autonomes pour fournir des nouveaux services dans les villes.

Simon Gray

Agenda

CSEM

IOT @ CSEM

Projet exemplaire: IOTLOC

Project funding

Conclusion

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CSEM - Technologies that make the difference

Incorporated, not-for-profit Research and Technology Organization (RTO), supported by the Swiss Government

A public-private partnership

31 % public

69 % private

Key figures (2013)

Revenues ~ CHF 74.6 mio

Employees ~ 400

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CSEM’s technology programs

MEMS

Surface engineering

Systems

Ultra-low-power integrated systems

Photovoltaics

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CSEM

IOT & Smart Cities

IoT, WSN, Wearables:

A Full Array of Competencies

Propagation & Antennas

Transmission protocol

Sensor interfaces & Vision sensors

RFIC and ASIC

Digital signal processing

Platform integration

Real-Time embedded software

Localisation

• innovative sensors

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WSN deployments

Environment and agriculture

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WSN deployments

Cities and buildings

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WSN - Localization

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Projet exemplaire:

IOTLOC - Long range urban network with localisation

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IoT and Smart Cities

By 2020, the number of web-connected devices is expected to reach 22 billion (IMS

Research)

New services and business models in energy, environment, security and lifestyle

More than 50% of those applications are predicted to need long-range connectivity and multi-year battery operation.

www.Libelium.com

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IOT low power autonomous network

Out of the 50 billion predicted nodes to be connected to the Internet by

2020 fewer than 10% are predicted to use cellular technology.

An IoT network would be an open platform for Smart City applications like smart parking, street lighting, waste management, load sensing of bridges and structures, and signaling and traffic

Such a network needs:

Long range communication to minimise the number of repeaters

Unlimited extension capacity

Low energy consumption for end-nodes to allow years of battery life

Indoor, outdoor and underground localisation capability with low energy consumption.

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LoRa

TM

to the rescue

LoRa

TM

RF can reach more than 15 Km in a suburban environment and 2 Km to 5 Km in a dense urban environment (compatible with GSM base station density).

Simple low-energy end-nodes offer battery-operated IoT deployment. Devices are equipped with small LoRa

TM transceivers that may operate for years on the same battery.

LoRa

TM allows to precisely measure the instant of reception of a radio packet allowing precise localization of objects.

LoRa

TM is a proprietary modulation of Semtech

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Localisation

The modulation scheme used in the LoRa

TM technology can be used to determine precisely the

Time-of-Flight (ToF) of the radio signal.

The object (or end-node) communicates with at least 3 base-stations which are time synchronized; these base stations perform a time-stamping of the received frame and forward it through the IP network; the collected time-stamps are used by the localization solver algorithm running on a server to determine the position of the end-node. The average accuracy goes from better than 10 meters in best conditions to 50 meters in the worst cases

(where the multi-path effect is maximum).

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IOTLOC Goals

The project will develop and deploy a commercially viable and practical IoT platform that is capable of monitoring and localizing indoor and outdoor objects and people at the city scale.

Localization capability will be added to the LoRa

TM technology, and the system deployed in order to demonstrate its effectiveness and scalability in the environment of a medium size city like Neuchâtel.

Examples of objects that would need to be localized are assets to be delivered by professional transporters, vehicles, children and pets for both private and professional purposes, assets managed by the cities like gas canisters and trash containers. Localizing valuable objects owned by private individuals can also provide a very strong anti-theft solution presenting a huge potential as well.

The IOTLOC project is carried out in close partnership with Semtech.

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Public funding for Smart Cities

SmartSantander (FP7) : deployment of 20,000 sensors in Belgrade, Guildford,

Lübeck and Santander, exploiting a large variety of technologies www.smartsantander.eu

Smart Cities Barcelona http://www.smartcityexpo.com/

Arc Jurassien:

Industrial / B2B

CTI (Suisse)

Interreg

Eurostars

Horizon 2020

BPI (OSEO)

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Conclusion

LoRa

TM offers what many companies have been looking for long, wide coverage, precise localization indoor and outdoor, for a low price and with long battery times

We believe that this innovation will trigger a rapid increase of deployment of IoT that is today limited by cost and complexity.

Opportunities to add further projects on top of the deployment

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