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Title of Challenge
Smart Budapest: ICT Solutions based on Urban Sensors
Description of city challenge
The Internet of Things (IoT) allows objects to be sensed and controlled remotely across existing network infrastructure, creating opportunities for more direct integration between the physical world and computer-based systems, and resulting in improved efficiency, accuracy and economic benefit. Each thing is uniquely identifiable through its embedded computing system and is able to interoperate within the existing Internet infrastructure.

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has a carrier role as it drives other domains to be competitive. More and more applications and services are required. The challenge is to identify the ones that are attractive for urban citizens and serve community, smart city goals.

What is SOLSUN?
The platform brings together a strong core of public, private and academic partners with the combined expertise to develop outcomes that can be exploited on a global scale.
Using street-lighting control systems to provide connectivity for ‘smart city’ applications is a cost-effective way to deploy the required network infrastructure.

Teamwork
The number of smart devices and sensors is increasing, end-users and industries are using more and more applications. Smart devices are continuously connected to the Internet and usually equipped with smart sensors, which allow data to be collected, aggregated, exchanged and uploaded to the cloud-based backend. The great number of the required applications and services favours capable teams on the field.

INPUT. Teams can expect the collected and structured sensor data from smart cities, i.e.:
- Traffic sensor data: number of different vehicles and pedestrians (cars, busses, trams, trucks, bikers and pedestrians)
- Modular intelligent environmental sensors, GHG sensors (Oxides of Nitrogen, Carbon Monoxide, Air contaminants, Gas Leak, Methane, Smoke/Particulates, Temperature, Humidity, Flooding)
- Day light levels and tones, noise levels
Teams can (virtually) extend the data with further information, i.e. user behaviour data (movement, communication habits), weather information, location-based details, others. In this way the dataset will be a multi-domain data source.
EXPECTED OUTPUT. Application and service ideas/concepts on top of the data source. How to utilize the collected data? What relationships are worth to identify and how to build on top of them?
We expect that teams analyse the actual cities and suggest solutions, services that make them more liveable and maintainable.

Why should I participate?
Contribute to the smart city goals based on the power of IoT.
Promote cooperation and project generation, build your network.


What are the next steps?
Start preparing your ideas, update and focus your earlier related approaches.
Application is open for individuals and teams of individuals up to 5 members. Teams are preferred with a complementary composition and competences.
Contact: László LENGYEL, lengyel@aut.bme.hu ; orsolya.barna@climate-kic.org


City Host Organization
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
City Host Email
info@ppis.hu
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Venue
First venue during the day: Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Magyar tudósok krt. 2. (Bldg. Q., Conference Room: Q.BF15), Budapest H-1117,
https://www.aut.bme.hu/map

Second venue during the night: Anker köz 2-4 , Climate-KIC Office
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Budapest, Magyar tudósok körútja 2, 1117 Hungary
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Title of Challenge
Smart Budapest: ICT Solutions based on Urban Sensors
Description of city challenge
The Internet of Things (IoT) allows objects to be sensed and controlled remotely across existing network infrastructure, creating opportunities for more direct integration between the physical world and computer-based systems, and resulting in improved efficiency, accuracy and economic benefit. Each thing is uniquely identifiable through its embedded computing system and is able to interoperate within the existing Internet infrastructure.

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has a carrier role as it drives other domains to be competitive. More and more applications and services are required. The challenge is to identify the ones that are attractive for urban citizens and serve community, smart city goals.

What is SOLSUN?
The platform brings together a strong core of public, private and academic partners with the combined expertise to develop outcomes that can be exploited on a global scale.
Using street-lighting control systems to provide connectivity for ‘smart city’ applications is a cost-effective way to deploy the required network infrastructure.

Teamwork
The number of smart devices and sensors is increasing, end-users and industries are using more and more applications. Smart devices are continuously connected to the Internet and usually equipped with smart sensors, which allow data to be collected, aggregated, exchanged and uploaded to the cloud-based backend. The great number of the required applications and services favours capable teams on the field.

INPUT. Teams can expect the collected and structured sensor data from smart cities, i.e.:
- Traffic sensor data: number of different vehicles and pedestrians (cars, busses, trams, trucks, bikers and pedestrians)
- Modular intelligent environmental sensors, GHG sensors (Oxides of Nitrogen, Carbon Monoxide, Air contaminants, Gas Leak, Methane, Smoke/Particulates, Temperature, Humidity, Flooding)
- Day light levels and tones, noise levels
Teams can (virtually) extend the data with further information, i.e. user behaviour data (movement, communication habits), weather information, location-based details, others. In this way the dataset will be a multi-domain data source.
EXPECTED OUTPUT. Application and service ideas/concepts on top of the data source. How to utilize the collected data? What relationships are worth to identify and how to build on top of them?
We expect that teams analyse the actual cities and suggest solutions, services that make them more liveable and maintainable.

Why should I participate?
Contribute to the smart city goals based on the power of IoT.
Promote cooperation and project generation, build your network.


What are the next steps?
Start preparing your ideas, update and focus your earlier related approaches.
Application is open for individuals and teams of individuals up to 5 members. Teams are preferred with a complementary composition and competences.
Contact: László LENGYEL, lengyel@aut.bme.hu ; orsolya.barna@climate-kic.org


City Host Organization
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
City Host Email
info@ppis.hu
City Host Phone

Information Not Available

Venue
First venue during the day: Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Magyar tudósok krt. 2. (Bldg. Q., Conference Room: Q.BF15), Budapest H-1117,
https://www.aut.bme.hu/map

Second venue during the night: Anker köz 2-4 , Climate-KIC Office
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Budapest, Magyar tudósok körútja 2, 1117 Hungary
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Title of Challenge
Smart Budapest: ICT Solutions based on Urban Sensors
Description of city challenge
The Internet of Things (IoT) allows objects to be sensed and controlled remotely across existing network infrastructure, creating opportunities for more direct integration between the physical world and computer-based systems, and resulting in improved efficiency, accuracy and economic benefit. Each thing is uniquely identifiable through its embedded computing system and is able to interoperate within the existing Internet infrastructure.

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has a carrier role as it drives other domains to be competitive. More and more applications and services are required. The challenge is to identify the ones that are attractive for urban citizens and serve community, smart city goals.

What is SOLSUN?
The platform brings together a strong core of public, private and academic partners with the combined expertise to develop outcomes that can be exploited on a global scale.
Using street-lighting control systems to provide connectivity for ‘smart city’ applications is a cost-effective way to deploy the required network infrastructure.

Teamwork
The number of smart devices and sensors is increasing, end-users and industries are using more and more applications. Smart devices are continuously connected to the Internet and usually equipped with smart sensors, which allow data to be collected, aggregated, exchanged and uploaded to the cloud-based backend. The great number of the required applications and services favours capable teams on the field.

INPUT. Teams can expect the collected and structured sensor data from smart cities, i.e.:
- Traffic sensor data: number of different vehicles and pedestrians (cars, busses, trams, trucks, bikers and pedestrians)
- Modular intelligent environmental sensors, GHG sensors (Oxides of Nitrogen, Carbon Monoxide, Air contaminants, Gas Leak, Methane, Smoke/Particulates, Temperature, Humidity, Flooding)
- Day light levels and tones, noise levels
Teams can (virtually) extend the data with further information, i.e. user behaviour data (movement, communication habits), weather information, location-based details, others. In this way the dataset will be a multi-domain data source.
EXPECTED OUTPUT. Application and service ideas/concepts on top of the data source. How to utilize the collected data? What relationships are worth to identify and how to build on top of them?
We expect that teams analyse the actual cities and suggest solutions, services that make them more liveable and maintainable.

Why should I participate?
Contribute to the smart city goals based on the power of IoT.
Promote cooperation and project generation, build your network.


What are the next steps?
Start preparing your ideas, update and focus your earlier related approaches.
Application is open for individuals and teams of individuals up to 5 members. Teams are preferred with a complementary composition and competences.
Contact: László LENGYEL, lengyel@aut.bme.hu ; orsolya.barna@climate-kic.org


City Host Organization
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
City Host Email
info@ppis.hu
City Host Phone

Information Not Available

Venue
First venue during the day: Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Magyar tudósok krt. 2. (Bldg. Q., Conference Room: Q.BF15), Budapest H-1117,
https://www.aut.bme.hu/map

Second venue during the night: Anker köz 2-4 , Climate-KIC Office
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Budapest, Magyar tudósok körútja 2, 1117 Hungary
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Title of Challenge
Smart Budapest: ICT Solutions based on Urban Sensors
Description of city challenge
The Internet of Things (IoT) allows objects to be sensed and controlled remotely across existing network infrastructure, creating opportunities for more direct integration between the physical world and computer-based systems, and resulting in improved efficiency, accuracy and economic benefit. Each thing is uniquely identifiable through its embedded computing system and is able to interoperate within the existing Internet infrastructure.

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has a carrier role as it drives other domains to be competitive. More and more applications and services are required. The challenge is to identify the ones that are attractive for urban citizens and serve community, smart city goals.

What is SOLSUN?
The platform brings together a strong core of public, private and academic partners with the combined expertise to develop outcomes that can be exploited on a global scale.
Using street-lighting control systems to provide connectivity for ‘smart city’ applications is a cost-effective way to deploy the required network infrastructure.

Teamwork
The number of smart devices and sensors is increasing, end-users and industries are using more and more applications. Smart devices are continuously connected to the Internet and usually equipped with smart sensors, which allow data to be collected, aggregated, exchanged and uploaded to the cloud-based backend. The great number of the required applications and services favours capable teams on the field.

INPUT. Teams can expect the collected and structured sensor data from smart cities, i.e.:
- Traffic sensor data: number of different vehicles and pedestrians (cars, busses, trams, trucks, bikers and pedestrians)
- Modular intelligent environmental sensors, GHG sensors (Oxides of Nitrogen, Carbon Monoxide, Air contaminants, Gas Leak, Methane, Smoke/Particulates, Temperature, Humidity, Flooding)
- Day light levels and tones, noise levels
Teams can (virtually) extend the data with further information, i.e. user behaviour data (movement, communication habits), weather information, location-based details, others. In this way the dataset will be a multi-domain data source.
EXPECTED OUTPUT. Application and service ideas/concepts on top of the data source. How to utilize the collected data? What relationships are worth to identify and how to build on top of them?
We expect that teams analyse the actual cities and suggest solutions, services that make them more liveable and maintainable.

Why should I participate?
Contribute to the smart city goals based on the power of IoT.
Promote cooperation and project generation, build your network.


What are the next steps?
Start preparing your ideas, update and focus your earlier related approaches.
Application is open for individuals and teams of individuals up to 5 members. Teams are preferred with a complementary composition and competences.
Contact: László LENGYEL, lengyel@aut.bme.hu ; orsolya.barna@climate-kic.org


City Host Organization
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
City Host Email
info@ppis.hu
City Host Phone

Information Not Available

Venue
First venue during the day: Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Magyar tudósok krt. 2. (Bldg. Q., Conference Room: Q.BF15), Budapest H-1117,
https://www.aut.bme.hu/map

Second venue during the night: Anker köz 2-4 , Climate-KIC Office
Venue on map
Budapest, Magyar tudósok körútja 2, 1117 Hungary