2 February 2021 @ 09:00 – 11:00 CET
An open city allows urban challenges to be tackled using data. On the one hand, data must be shared in a uniform and scalable manner so that it forms the foundation for building specific views for a particular domain. On the other hand, the data (especially in the case of sensors as a data source) must be of sufficiently high quality so that true visualization models can be built. All these aspects are dealt with in a bottom-up, three-part COOCK workshop.
This workshop (part one) is organized as follows:
- We will start with a practical look at connecting sensors in the smart city.
- We will continue with the different levels of interoperability to store and unlock this data and how this works concretely within the infrastructure of IDLab (Internet and Data science Lab).
- Finally, research results will be shared about publishing real-time data as open data.
10:00 – 10:05
Intro by imec-EDIT, Stefan Lefever
10:05 – 10:35
How to connect sensors today? by imec-IDLab, Johan Bergs
10:35 – 10:55
Minimum Interoperability Mechanisms and more by imec-EDIT, Stefan Lefever
11:05 – 11:20
General introduction to NGSI & available tools by IDLab Gent / imec-EDIT, Philip Leroux
11:20 – 11:30
Open Data Learnings from Imec CityOfThings project Observer by IDLab Gent, Brecht Van de Vyvere
11:30 – 11:40
Wrap-up and Q&A (10min)
*Questions and issues with this workshop can be addressed to Bart Braem of the imec.