On 6 April AIOTI organised a webinar to present the deliverable of WG Agriculture “Role of IoT in addressing the agroecological focus of the Green Deal“.
The workshop presented the recommendations to get the most out of IoT-based smart farming. The focus is put on the need of quantifying/benchmarking the impact and full footprint of IoT and digital solutions in farming, as well as the need for reliable monitoring of target parameters and environmental indicators. Data issues (like compatibility and accessibility) and technology adoption are highlighted as transversal barriers that need to be overcome in order to unleash the full potential of digital solutions. Recommendations were given in the light of the five concrete examples of implemented IoT technology in practice:
Example 1: Disease prediction and supply chain transparency for orchards/vineyards
Example 2: Integrated Plant Protection and decision support systems
Example 3: Digitalising the smart agrifood sector in the Balearic Islands
Example 4: Smart Farming Techniques for Climate Change Adaptation in Cyprus
Example 5: CAP indicators landscape monitoring
The presentation from the webinar can be downloaded here and the recording of the webinar here.
Universitat Politecnica de Valencia
At the end of this month, AIOTI has 200 members.
This report introduces an approach for the definition and identification of key edge computing and/or combination of IoT/IIoT, edge computing and cloud computing gaps in several initiatives. Based on the prioritisation of these gaps, the deliverable starts to address the work done within the relevant SDOs that need to cooperate in order to solve these gaps.
In the context of AIOTI, the synergy and integration of IoT/IIoT and edge computing is considered to be a part of the paradigm shift from centralised solutions to decentralised and distributed computing architectures, in which information processing is located close to the edge, where “things” (e.g. sensors/actuators, devices, machines and humans) produce and utilise that information, knowledge and related experience.
The purpose of this document is to reflect a structured discussion within the AIOTI WG Standardisation community and to provide consolidated technical elements as well as guidance and recommendations.
The report can be downloaded here.
This report introduces Computing Continuumuse cases, requirements and KPIs on communication infrastructures, IoT and edge computing platforms. Compared to many current activities the computing continuum enable a more flexible allocation of compute and communication resources and workload placement. Many novel applications require rather stringent KPIs since IoT is more and more mission-critical.
The new system requirements include strong security, very high bandwidth, very low delay, and very high reliability. Depending on the use case and deployment scenario, various technology enablers are currently under standardization, including the F5G optical network architecture, novel approaches to compute, and securing networking and compute. For computing continuum platforms, high-performance secure computing together with optical communication is an ideal combination fulfilling the high-end IoT requirements.
The baseline requirements for high-end IoT are optical communication enablers that can solve these KPIs and requirements. The communication between the different location of a computing needs to meet that stringent requirements as well. Also, high-end IoT devices might be connected with optical communication technology enable a whole new application area to be explored and supported. For example, some use cases need very high resolution, high frame rate cameras as sensors that send uncompressed video for the lowest delay to AI-enabled analytics platforms. The analytics platform needs to react fast on the situation and eventually steer actors appropriately. The documents finally list a set of recommendations of the evolution of the current technologies for high-end IoT system running on computing continuum platforms.
The report can be downloaded here.
Both reports will be presented at the webinar that will be held on 1 May. Participation is free by using this Webex link.
AIOTI WG Standardisation Webinar promoting Edge Computing Gaps and Computing Continuum Reports, 11 May, 15.00h Online
AIOTI General Assembly, Dublin, Ireland 23 June 2022
AIOTI WG Standardisation webinar to present Ontology Landscape Report, 29 June, online 16.00h
AIOTI Signature Event, Brussels, Belgium, 27 September 2022
IoT World Solution Congress, 10 – 12 May 2022, Barcelona
IoT Week, 20-23 June, Dublin, Ireland
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