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EU FP7 IoT6 Project

IoT6 - Universal Integration of Internet of Things through an IPv6-based Service Oriented Architecture enabling heterogeneous components interoperability

Period: 2011.11.~2014.09.

Sponsored by : Korean National Research Foundation and European Union


  The aim of the project is to research, design and develop an open IPv6-based service oriented architecture enabling interoperability, cloud computing and intelligence distribution among heterogeneous smart things components, applications and services. Within this project, our research group is primarily responsible for developing interfaces and web services between both IoT6 and smart thing information service (STIS), and Business Process Management (BPM) tool and STIS through IoT6, in order to demonstrate interoperability among them. As for STIS, our research group study the ways of improving its scalability and availability based on our previous research work called EPC (electronic produce code) sensor networks which is an integration of EPC networks and wireless sensor networks (e.g., ZigBee and 6LoWPAN) through global unique identification systems like EPC.

List of participants:

1.    Academic and research partners: University College of London(UK), University of Murcia(Spain), Vienna University of Technology (Austria), University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland (Switzerland), Luxembourg University (UL) and KAIST (Korea)

2.    Industrial partners: Mandat International (Switzerland), Ericsson(Serbia), RunMyProcess(France),

3.    Industry support group: SAP (Germany), Philips Lighting (Netherland), Somfy(France), Permasteelisa(Italy), CIAT(France), ST Microelectronic (Italy), Cisco (Netherland), ETSI(France), and Sensinode(Finland)