Large scale demonstration of multiple existing and new IoT technologies to improve security and sound quality
From Jan. 1, 2017 to Dec. 31, 2019
Keywords: wearable IoT sensor
Description of the challenges faced by the ICT-Project
The MONICA project will demonstrate how multiple Internet of Things technologies can help in terms of noise control, sound quality, crowd management and security at large cultural events taking place in the city. Based on several devices such as smart armbands, cameras, glasses and drones, MONICA will be able to offer a portfolio of applications for enhanced city services, which will be demonstrated in 6 different European cities, involving 100.000+ end users. The MONICA challenge is to design, develop and demonstrate an IoT platform in massive scale operating conditions. Moreover, the project deploy a generic Data Security, Privacy and Trust Framework that ensures full data protection and privacy and allows role-based control measures to enforce information exchange only among authenticated and authorized entities.
Brief description of technology
MONICA IoT Platform consisting of heterogeneous IoT Technologies, such as Smart Bracelets, Smart Glasses, Cameras, Body Sensors, Smartphones, Sound and Noise Sensors,… Diverse backend-systems to analyse sensor input and control actuator output… Depends on the concrete project of the artist…
What the project is looking to gain from the collaboration and what kind of artist would be suitable
MONICA is interested in gaining a radically different and holistic innovative view over the technology developed in the project. We are open for any suggestions and hope that the artists could specifically work on the user engagement.
Resources available to the artist
Access to MONICA infrastructure. He can work at Fraunhofer premises for the time of the project and has the same equipment as other members of the MONICA Team. Workplace at other project partners can also/alternatively made available.