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FP7 ICT Objective 1.

4 IoT (Smart Cities)


SMARTIE: Secure and smarter cities data

The SMARTIE project works on security,
At A Glance: SMARTIE privacy and trust for data exchange between
Secure and sMArter ciTIes data
IoT devices and consumers of their
management information. Results are demonstrated in
smart cities in Germany, Serbia and Spain.
Further partners are from Portugal and the UK.
Project Coordinator
Peter Langendrfer
Main Objectives
The vision of SMARTIE is to create a distributed framework
PerformanceMicroelectronics/Leibniz to share large volumes of heterogeneous information for the
InstitutfrinnovativeMikroelektronik use in smart-city applications, enabling end-to-end security
ImTechnologiepark25 and trust in information delivery for decision-making
15236Frankfurt(Oder),Germany purposes following data owners privacy requirements.
Tel: +49 3535 5625 350 A secure, trusted, but easy to use IoT system for a Smart
Fax: +49 3535 5625 671 City will benefit the various stakeholders of a smart city:
Email:langendoerfer@ihp- The City Administration will have it easier to get
microelectronics.com information from their citizens while protecting their privacy.
Furthermore, the services offered will be more reliable if
quality and trust of the underlying information is ensured.
Technical Manager
Privacy and Trust are a key prerequisite
Jens-Matthias Bohli for citizens to participate in Smart City
NECLaboratoriesEurope activities. A Smart City can improve the A secure,
Smart and Comfort Live of their citizens trusted, but easy
NECEuropeLtd. to use IoT system
KurfuerstenAnlage36 for a Smart City
69115Heidelberg,Germany Enterprises benefit from the securely
will benefit all
provided information. They can optimize
Tel:+4962214342126 their business processes and deal with
stakeholders of a
Fax:+49 6221 4342-155 smart city.
peak demands introduced by the
Email: bohli@neclab.eu dynamics of the Smart City. Furthermore,
they can offer more tailored solutions for their customers
based on the status of the Smart City.
The Objectives of SMARTIE are
Partners: IHP GmbH (DE), NEC Europe 1. Understanding requirements for data and application
Ltd. (UK), Portugal Telecom Inovao security and creating a policy-enabled framework supporting
S.A. (PT), DunavNET Ltd. (RS), Green data sharing across applications.
Way Systems GmbH (DE), Universidad 2. Developing new technologies that establish trust and
de Murcia (ES), Instituto de Fomento de security in the perception layer and network layer.
la Regin de Murcia (ES) 3. Develop new technologies for trusted information creation
Duration: Sept. 2013 August 2012 and secure storage for the information service layer.
Funding scheme: STREP 4. Develop new technologies for information retrieval and
Total Cost: 4,862,363 m processing guided by access control policies in the
application layer.
EC Contribution: 3,286,144 m
5. Demonstrate the project results in real use cases
Contract Number: CNECT-ICT-609061
Key Challenges Expected Impact
The idea of the IoT brings new challenges The SMARTIE IoT platform will allow the
regarding security and in consequence also for virtualization of the functionalities of
privacy, trust and reliability. The major issues are: discovery, secure information access,
processing and privacy-aware distribution
Many devices are no longer protected by
between the consumer and producer of the
well-known mechanisms such as firewalls
data generated by the smart objects.
and can be attacked via the wireless
channel directly. In addition devices can It will demonstrate the applicability in
be stolen and analysed by attackers to scenarios linked to the green behaviour and
reveal their key material. sustainability of smart cities like efficient
transport/mobility and energy management.
Combining data from different sources is
the other major issue since there is no SMARTIE will facilitate new companies for
trust relationship between data providers developing and providing services over its IoT
and data consumers at least not from the infrastructure/platform.
very beginning. SMARTIE allows heterogeneous and multiple
Secure exchange of source of data
data is required to interact in
between IoT reliable and
devices and secure manner
consumers of their providing third
information parties
developers in
Europe to enter
the Smart Cities
Technical Approach area and in that
SMATIE comprises 7 work way increase
packages. the share of the
IoT market.
WP2 will extract the formal
requirements for the IoT
platform and it will outline its
functional design.
WP3 will investigate and develop novel
technologies to securely gather information from Use Cases
the real world e.g. from citizens, traffic control Frankfurt/Oder (GER )
systems etc. and store it in the platform in a
privacy-preserving way. Traffic management with the possibility to
influence real traffic.
WP4 will work on the development of new
techniques to securely retrieve the gathered, Focus on authentication, trust, data
processed and stored information from many security, interoperability
subsystems, through advanced access control Murcia (ES)
mechanisms, to offer smart and user-tailored
Monitoring energy efficiency in the
services to the citizens. . In addition privacy
preserving data manipulation will be researched.
WP5 will be in charge of integrating all the pieces Users can interact with the system to
of the puzzle to build the advanced and secure improve energy efficiency.
IoT platform to provide enhanced services to the Belgrade (RS)
citizens. Provide smart transportation using
WP6 will deploy such framework in a real scenario location of busses and travellers
and evaluate its feasibility. Focus on data security and privacy using
WP7 will deal with the dissemination of the new developed access rights and policies
knowledge generated within the frame of this
project, as well as the exploitation of the achieved

September 2013