BigClouT Big data meeting Cloud and IoT for empowering the citizen clout in smart cities


The world is facing a number of critical challenges such as global warming, economic crisis, security threats, inequality, natural disasters and ageing society. ICT solutions have the potential to change the world and improve the quality of life and security of its citizens.

BigClouT project will in particular make use of today’s three key technologic enablers, Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing and big data, for the objective of increasing the efficiency in using urban infrastructure, economic and natural resources shared by the increasing population.

BigClouT will offer an analytic mind to the city by creating distributed intelligence that can be implanted throughout the whole city network either for large or smaller urban areas.

BigClouT will leverage the results of the EU-Japan ClouT project and will bring them beyond, by adding for instance distributed intelligence with edge computing principles, big data analytics capability, in addition to self-awareness and dependability properties towards a programmable smart city platform.

Resources and knowledge from prestigious European and Japanese institutions are now together to keep on creating a long-lasting synergy between EU and Japan for tackling future city challenges.


The overall objectives of the BigClouT project can be listed as follows:

  • Build an interoperable architecture enabling data-driven IoT applications
  • Enable self-awareness in smart city platform with programmability and dependability properties
  • Provide libraries and tools for scalable knowledge extraction from distributed information sources in urban areas
  • Design and assess, with citizens and end-user involvement, attractive smart city services and applications taking into account personal data protection concerns
  • Propose sustainable dissemination and exploitation plans and create an ecosystem of innovators (SMEs, startups, citizens, etc.) with realistic win-win business models

The main outcome will be an integrated smart city platform, which will be deployed and validated in 4 pilot cities within the project, Grenoble, Bristol, Tsukuba and Fujisawa, targeting applications in several domains such as : Business tourism, Tokyo Olympics 2020 tourism, Smart transportation, and Smart energy management.

Cross-continent trials between EU and Japan will be organized in order to validate the replicability of the BigClouT’s global approach.

The BigClouT project is jointly funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (contract N° 723139) and by the Commissioned Research of National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), JAPAN (contract N° 18301).

partners / contact



Levent Gürgen

Levent Gürgen

BigClouT EU Coordinator CEA-Léti, R&D Project Manager








General Manager

ビジネスイノベーション本部 BBXマーケティング部 新ビジネス創造担当部長



Martino Maggio

Martino Maggio

Senior Researcher




Hiroshi Sato


Hiroshi Sato


Senior Research Engineer




Dora Varvarigou

Dora Varvarigou

Professor, Distributed Knowledge and Media Systems group




Toshiyuki Amagasa


Toshiyuki Amagasa


Associate Professor, Center for Computational Sciences




Rodger Lea

Rodger Lea

Researcher focused on IoT systems infrastructure for Smart Cities




Takuro Yonezawa


Takuro Yonezawa


Research Assistant Professor





Kenji Tei

鄭 顕志

Kenji Tei

鄭 顕志

Associate Professor




Yann Falevoz

Yann Falevoz

Project Manager in collaborative project



Kate Margetts

Kate Margetts

Project Manager for Innovation



Luis Pena

Luis Pena



Associate Partner via NTTE

Associate Partner via NTTE



Associate Partner via NTTE

Associate Partner via NTTE



Grenoble city area (FRANCE) http://blog.bigclout.eu/grenoble-field-trials/

Tsukuba city area (JAPAN) http://blog.bigclout.eu/tsukuba-field-trials/

Fujisawa city area (JAPAN) http://blog.bigclout.eu/fujisawa-field-trials/

Bristol city area (UNITED KINGDOM) http://blog.bigclout.eu/bristol-field-trials/


UTA kickoff event in Tokyo


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Mt. Tsukuba Momiji Festival


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44th Fujisawa citizen Festival


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Global City Teams Challenge


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HPCS 2017


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ICCS presenting its work at the 4th IEEE International ...


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IIC quarterly meeting held in Berlin


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IoT Week 2017


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BigClouT, sponsor of Eclipsecon France 2017


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NII will be at The 2nd International Workshop on Models...


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NII was at the 32nd ACM SIGAPP Symposium On Applied Com...


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Video of the webinar about BigClouT and the results of ...


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BigClouT presented at a pitch session in Grenoble


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Webinar about BigClouT and the results of ClouT and FESTIVAL


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2nd International Workshop on Smart Cities


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Interoperability in the Internet of Things


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'Etoile de l'Europe' for two French FP7 project coordinators


"Etoile de l'Europe" for Levent Gürgen, ClouT coordinator.


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BigClouT at Smart City Expo Congress in Barcelona


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NTTE's BigClouT launch


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Smart City Expo - Barcelona - 15-19 November 2016


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Smart City Expo Taipei

The theme of the event is “AIoT Invigorates Smart City.” It is expected to have a larger scale exhibition with more than 150 city leaders and representatives, leading delegations with 500 plus members over 50 countries and regions to attend, exchanging ideas on smart city development.

Smart City Summit & Expo,  established in 2014, is not only the B2B-oriented platform for Taiwan ICT industry to present their smart city solutions, but also the biggest IoT application exhibition in Asia. City leaders from all over the world are gathered in Taipei to exchange their experience in smart city development, learning a diversity of innovative applications and solutions, and thus escalating the growth of smart cities worldwide through communications among suppliers and buyers. ‘Building Smart Cities on the IoT’ has been the theme of Smart City Summit & Expo. With the comprehensive IoT network, the city leaders can make smart decisions based on the Big Data collected from cities and citizens.

For more information, please visit https://en.smartcity.org.tw/index.php/en-us/.


IWBigDataCity 2019

The first international workshop on big data, cloud, and IoT technologies for smart cities is a forum for researchers in academia and industry who are interested in big data, cloud, and IoT technologies for smart cities and their use cases. The goal of this workshop is to share novel ideas, research progress, and smart city use cases, and to discuss future directions of smart city technologies. The workshop focuses on the added value interconnection among state-of-the-art technologies such as, Big Data, cloud/edge computing, Internet of Things, blockchains, and others having as aim to provide services in the context of the smart cities.



Launch of Urban Technology Alliance

UTA provides a worldwide testing environment for your smart city solutions, neutral smart city guidance and networking opportunities with cities in Europe, Asia and North America.


NTT R&D Forum 2018 Autumn

The forum contributes through lectures and exhibits that detail NTT R&D latest achievements in a straightforward, easy-to-understand way.



Urban spaces are man-made microcosms where a number of entities interact with each other to offer citizens a variety of services, for instance, buildings and infrastructure, transportation, utility, public safety, healthcare or education. The interplay between this multitude of connecting entities creates a complex system with dynamic human, material, and digital flows. By 2050 the world’s urban population is expected to grow by 72%. This steep growth creates an unprecedented urge for understanding cities to enable planning for the future societal, economic and environmental well-being of their citizens. The increasing deployments of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies and the rise of the so-called‚ Sensored Cities‚ are opening up new avenues of research opportunities towards that future. Although, there have been a number of deployments of diverse IoT systems in the urban space, our understanding of these systems and their implications has just scratched the surface.

The Urb-IoT conference aims to explore these dynamics within the scope of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the new science of cities. Urb-IoT 2018 is the 3rd edition of this conference, after two successful events in Rome (2014) and Tokyo (2016). In 2018, UrbIoT is a co-located conference to Smart City Summit 360°, providing even more opportunities for networking and exchange of novel ideas on smart cities.


Third International Workshop on Software Engineering for Cyber-Physical-Social Systems

As the Internet of Things becomes part of our every day lives, forming a complex system that spans across digital, physical and social boundaries, there are significant challenges to engineering the software that forms the core of these cyber-physical-social systems. These include:

  • Dynamic composition and evolution of systems of systems

  • Ensuring security, privacy and trust

  • Enabling M2M, M2P and P2P collaboration (M=machine; P=person)

  • Knowledge representation and reasoning techniques

  • Human factors relating to the design, construction and use of CPSSs

  • Transparency engineering for CPSSs

  • CPSSs for Smart-City/Home/Building

  • Dependable Machine-learning based Systems

  • Adaptive systems

  • Analytical methods for design and construction of CPSSs

The workshop brings together a community of software engineers whose work relates to the above challenges, with the aim of exploring potential research directions and collaborations.


High Level Forum In Grenoble

An international Forum devoted to  » Leading Innovation Ecosystems  » and  managed by the Grenoble Innovation Campus GIANT (Grenoble Innovation for Advanced New Technologies)

The High Level Forum was initiated in 2012 by CEA Tech which is the Technology Research Unit of  CEA (the French Atomic Energy and Alternative Energy Commission)  and is now managed by the Innovation Campus GIANT of Grenoble (France).

This annual event is attended by an international community of High Level Executives – Decision and Policy makers, all deeply engaged in the management or promotion of Innovation, from the worlds of  education, research, industry, business and public authorities.

Since its birth, the High Level Forum has got the participation of 32 campuses from around the world (Africa, America, Asia, Europe, Middle-East)  which are internationally recognized as leaders in Innovation; it has now earned an increasing recognition as a truly remarkable international event devoted to Innovation

The main objectives of the High level Forum are  :

  • To share policies, strategies and experiences about innovation management and promotion between leading campuses
  • To encourage and strengthen collaboration between the world’s most powerful innovation ecosystems
  • To develop common initiatives for maximizing the social and economic benefits of the innovation programs from the participating campuses



Smart city Expo in Barcelona

Since 2011, Smart City Expo World Congress (SCEWC) has been an unmissable event combining the latest solutions and technologies, and inspirational keynotes on improving life in cities. In 2018, the event intends to reflect on what makes a city livable, what happens when "gentrification" changes the whole social character of a neighborhood, and how sharing can transform the way it operates so that it can become more sustainable, resilient, inclusive and, of course, smarter with a focus on people.



IEEE SCI (Smart City Innovation)

The 2nd IEEE International Conference on Smart City Innovations (IEEE SCI 2018) will include a highly selective program of technical papers, accompanied by workshops, demos, panel discussions and keynote speeches. We welcome high quality papers that describe original and unpublished research addressing the real issues, challenges and needs in building smart cities for now and future. The IEEE SCI 2018 focuses on Smart City Services and Infrastructures.



Smart city projects in Shiyogama city


Smart City Summit in Taipei

The Taipei Smart City Summit & Expo is an annual B2B oriented exhibition that is focused on one-stop IoT solutions tailored to the needs of the client. It is the most comprehensive IoT and smart city trade show in the Asia-Pacific, and also one that is strategically located in a hi-tech environment with a history of contributions in the world of technology.



IoT Asia 2018

For the past 4 years, IoT Asia has been at the forefront of bringing global collaboration and partnership opportunities to governments, businesses and communities in Asia. IoT Asia is an award winning stage that brings together technology heads, design architects, solution architects, engineers, academic institutions, investors and start-ups to assess the latest trends and partnership models in Asia.





The 80th National Convention of IPSJ



User Interfaces for Spatial and Temporal Data Analysis (UISTDA 2018)

This workshop aims at sharing latest progress and developments, current challenges and potential applications for exploiting large amounts of spatial and temporal data. One practical application example to mention are specialized route navigation and suggestion systems for pedestrians, cyclists, tourists, or minorities such as elder people, pregnant, disabled people, etc. To generate route suggestions and explore potential suggested routes users need effective systems and user interfaces.



10th International Joint NII-LIP6 Workshop  on Multi-Agent and Distributed Systems 

This year's focused topics are self-adaptation and smart cities. Invited speakers will also present current trends in related multi-agent and distributed systems domains.



Eclipse IoT Days Grenoble



IEEE Big Data 2017 Workshop on “First International Workshop on Big Data in Smart Cities and Smart Buildings (BDSmart) -Technologies, Management and Quality-”

This workshop aims to provide a platform for discussing approaches, models, results and case studies or experience reports addressing a broad range of issues related to Big Data in Smart Cities and Smart Buildings. Although this workshop can only provide a first platform for discussions and propositions, it can build a foundation for further empirical research to understand Big Data quality and its implications for Smart Cities and Smart Buildings.


hub:raum IoT Academy Athens

ICCS represented by Dr. Antonis Litke and George Palaiokrassas, demonstrated BigClouT project, its results and achievements in hub:raum IoT Academy Athens.

It was an event organized by hub:raum (the incubator of Deutsche Telekom) and supported by Cosmote, organized in Athens in OTEAcademy on 23th of November 2017. It’s goal was to bring together IoT companies, startups, universities, students, hardware geeks and every IoT creator to share knowledge, experience and visions about technological and business opportunities of the Internet of Things.

More than 450 participants could find answers to difficult questions, which startups and IoT companies have faced, get informed of difficulties, problems and challenges in the field of IoT (development, production, sales, scaling etc.) and how companies, startup and universities dealt with them. Representatives from Technical Universities, City Councils, and other important Partners spoke about their experiences in supporting the development of the Internet of Things in their countries through various programs and other activities.

BigClouT booth attracted the interest of more than 20 people mainly from the greek ΙοΤ industry. ICCS team had the chance to talk with many stakeholders in the IoT area and has hold short demonstrations on the project results achieved so far. Dissemination material has been spread and many visitors enjoyed the BigClouT comic book (more than 20 comic books have been given out).

Additional information and the program of the event as well could be found here: www.iotathens.splashthat.com


Smart City Expo

Smart City Expo World Congress is committed to leveraging the implementation and follow-up of all global agendas at local and national level. The event aims to be the place to collectivize urban power, to increase the strength of cities, to identify business opportunities, to establish partnerships and contribute to enacting common policies. A place to share research, best practices and potential common solutions, achieved through effective collaboration.

As the leading event for cities, It gives to cities a powerful global voice as well as an innovative platform for common urban action. The event is the meeting point for governments, companies, entrepreneurs and research centers, where cities meet other cities, showcase their projects and find new solutions, and where companies make business. It has turned out to be an exceptional networking platform to connect people working in and with cities around the world who are tackling similar challenges and generating opportunities for action.


Mt. Tsukuba Momiji Festival

The HukuRepo smartphone application was available for the Mt. Tsukuba Momiji Festival. The application collects the problems of foreign visitors to Tsukuba to help solve the city's problems.


44th Fujisawa citizen Festival

The Lokemon-Location Monster smartphone application was available for the 44th Fujisawa citizen Festival. The application allows the gathering of real-time information on the city from citizens.


EclipseCon Europe

EclipseCon Europe is designed to create opportunities for the Eclipse community to learn, explore, share, and collaborate on the latest ideas and information about Eclipse and its member companies.


EU-Japan cooperation (panel at CEATEC 2017)

CEATEC JAPAN looks to a future society suffused with information, ushering in a new industrial revolution driven by data. This international event brings together the people, the ideas and the technologies that will realize this future. Visitors will benefit from new business opportunities and exchange information on the latest trends and developments. CEATEC JAPAN offers innovative new solutions to the issues facing society, contributing to progress at the community level and to improved lifestyles at the individual level.


Global City Teams Challenge

The Global City Teams Challenge (GCTC) program is a collaborative platform for the development of smart cities and communities, led by National Institute of Standards and Technology, a bureau of U.S. Department of Commerce, in partnership with other U.S. federal agencies including National Science Foundation, International Trade Administration, and National Telecommunications and Information Administration. It enables local governments, nonprofit organizations, academic institutions, technologists, and corporations from all over the world to form project teams, or “action clusters,” and “SuperClusters,” to work on groundbreaking Internet of Things (IoT) and Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) applications within the city and community environment.


High Performance Services Computing and Internet Technologies (SerCo 2017) In conjunction with the International Conference on High Performance Computing & Simulation (HPCS 2017)

This workshop invites research communities from a diverse set of scientific areas such as cloud, distributed, parallel and high-performance computing to publish their work and share opinions about applications, challenges and viable solutions to the potential new systems emerging from the need to deal with data intensive application tasks within a SOA framework. 


The 2nd International Workshop on Models@run.time for Self-aware Computing Systems in conjunction with ICAC2017

The workshop take place on July 17-21 at ICAC 2017, Columbus, Ohio, USA. It focuses on the self-aware computing systems as an area of application for models@run.time. 


2017 International Conference on High Performance Computing & Simulation (HPCS 2017)

Georgios Palaiokrassas is presenting ICCS work related to BigClouT at “The 2017 International Conference on High Performance Computing & Simulation (HPCS 2017)”. HPCS took place on 17-21 July 2017 in Genoa, Italy. ICCS presented the paper entitled “Recommendation service for big data applications in smart cities” and a demo about a recommendation service based on graph databases which is applied in the context of smart cities and leverages the potential of big data.


4th IEEE International COMPSAC Workshop on Big Data Management for the Internet of Things

The goal of this workshop is to share and discuss the most advanced researches and development studies in the area of "Big Data Management for the Internet of Things." The workshop gathers researchers, engineers and practitioners from academia and industry who are working in this research domain. It focuses on new technical proposals and practical experiences with widely sharing the research issues that we must solve in this research domain.


EclipseCon France

EclipseCon France is all about community. Contributors, adopters, extenders, service providers, consumers, business people, and researchers gather to share their expertise and learn from each other. EclipseCon provides networking that lead to synergies in the community and opportunities to give and receive help on specific technical issues as well as business opportunities.

The 2017 conference program includes technical sessions on current topics pertinent to the Eclipse developer and the Eclipse Working Group communities, such as Modeling, Embedded Systems, Data Analytics and Data Science, Internet of Things, DevOps, and more, as well as sessions that demonstrate Eclipse-based tools in action.


IoT Week 2017 hackathon

Discover sensinact , a BigClouT asset, at the IoT Week 2017 hackathon.


IoT week

The IoT Week gives the floor to high level speakers on IoT-related hot topics. The event presents the latest developments and trends in IoT research and innovation by highlighting emerging technologies, solutions and trends in the IoT landscape and societal challenges (such as personal data protection and end-user adoption).


6th Asian Workshop on Advanced Software Engineering (AWASE17)

AWASE aims at providing a forum for researchers and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, advances, experience and concerns in the generative approach to software development, as well as to promote the interaction between participators.


Bigclout will be at IoT Asia 2017!

IoT Asia provide insights for 4,500 attendees across the entire IoT value chain, addressing the interests of technology solution providers and enablers as well as end-user and potential IoT technology adopters across multiple industries.


BigClouT at the French-Japanese Innovation Year Forum in Osaka

On the 6th and 7th December 2016, Osaka will welcome the French-Japanese Innovation Year Forum for 2 days of exhibitions and seminars.

The French and Japanese territories will be highlighted as innovation boost throughout the presence of companies and local authorities in the developpement of local ecosystems. Will be present several french local authorities as well as companies, researchers, clusters, start-ups and japanese big companies. This Forum aims at strengthening the big potential of the french-japanese parntership.

For this occassion, BigClouT will be represented by the CEA and Grenoble Alpes Métropoles for the EU side.


Smart City Expo - Barcelona - 17-19 November 2016

CEA-Leti and Grenoble-Alpes Métropole BigClouT partners will have a common booth in Smart City Expo 2016, November 15-17, Barcelona, including SMEs associations from Grenoble area.



Eclipsecon Europe 2016, OSGi for European and Japanese Smart Cities

CEA attends the conference held in Germany on 25th to 27th October 2017.

To learn more about EclipseCon Europe:

EclipseCon is all about community. Contributors, adopters, extenders, service providers, consumers and business and research organizations gather to share their expertise and learn from each other. EclipseCon delivers networking opportunities that lead to synergies in the community, as well as opportunities to give and receive help on specific technical issues or to generate business opportunities. https://www.eclipsecon.org/europe2016/event/619


BigClouT & IoT Planet 2016 in Grenoble

BigClouT was represented thanks to the participation of our BigClouT partners CEA & Grenoble Alpes Métropole in the IoT Planet  Trade Show 2016 held in Grenoble the 25th to 27th October 2016.  The IoT planet Trade Show provides all IoT actors with a platform for networking and business. Co-location with Semicon Europa is a unique opportunity to visit and meet the full electronic value chain. 3 full days of exhibitions and forum for professionals and consumers; more than 7000 visitors expected !

IoT Planet attracts media representatives from major publications around the world !

For more information: http://www.iot-planet.org/


IoT Week 2016 in Korea

BigClouT project members participated in the IoT Week in Korea.

More information here: http://www.iotweek.kr/2016/eng/main.asp

"To experience various IoT companies’ product/services, as IoT is a core technology for Intelligence Information Society and Industry 4.0, and for the purpose of business promotion with consumers and market opening, IoT Week Korea will be held from October 10 to 14, with a total of 12 events. "


EU-Japan R&D symposium on topics for the 4th EU-JP coordinated call

NTTE (BigClouT Japanese coordinator) presented BigClouT and participated in the workshop to discuss next topics for the H2020 ICT Work programme calls for EU-Japan coordinated calls.


ClouT project end - BigClouT project starts !

ClouT project (April 1st 2013 - June 30th 2016) had been jointly funded by the European Commission and the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) in Japan.

  • ClouT, which stands for Cloud of Things, offers a virtualization framework to provide a uniform way of representing various city data sources such as IoT devices, legacy devices, social networks, mobile applications and World Wide Web. ClouT platform allows secure access to real-time data as well as historical data with easy-to use tools targeting municipalities, citizens, service developers and application integrators to create, deploy and manage smart city applications.
  • The project has developed several smart city applications using the developed platform and tools and deployed them in 4 pilot cities of the project: Santander, Genova, Fujisawa and Mitaka. Applications such as environmental monitoring, context aware coupons,  city dashboards, citizen safety and elderly care social networks have been validated via field trials involving real end-users.

BigClouT proposal has been selected among the 13 proposal received for H2020 EUJ-02-2016 call. The BigClouT project started officially on 1st July 2016 and will leverage ClouT project results.


BigClouT in EU-JAPAN Centre Newletter October 2016 - You can find BigClouT in the EU-Japan Centre newletter from October 2016 in page 26 "BIGCLOUT, LONG-LASTING SYNERGY BETWEEN EU AND JAPAN FOR TACKLING FUTURE CITY CHALLENGES"

BigClouT Manga

BigClouT Press release - CEA LETI (English) - EU AND JAPAN EXPAND COLLABORATION TARGETING NEWGENERATION SMART CITIES : BigClouT Program Will Add Big-data Analytics, Edge Computing and Self-aware Equipment For New Tools and Applications in 4 European and Japanese Cities

ClouT Newsletter #4 - BigClouT project will leverage the results of EU-Japan ClouT project. The ClouT final newsletter gives an overview of the ClouT project final outcomes thanks to a fruitful EU-Japan collaboration, including last year field trials results.

Comic book - HD (35Mo)

Comic-book - LD (2Mo)

D1.1 - Analysis of existing reusable European and Japanese assets

D1.2 - Citizen centric use cases and requirements

D1.3 - First BigClouT Architecture

D1.4 - Updated use cases, requirements and architecture

D2.1 - Data collection tools and architecture

D2.2 - Data collection and redistribution framework - demonstration

D2.3 - Self-aware distributed city data platform

D2.4 - Distributed data-flow programming tool

D2.5 - Self-aware programmable city platform

D3.1 - Big Data Analytics Framework Architecture

D3.2 - Big Data Analytics Framework report

D3.3 - Big Data Analytics Framework Prototype

D4.1 - Pilot preparation and citizen involvement

D4.2 - Final pilot operation plan

D4.3 - Integrated use cases and first largescale deployments and experimentation

D5.1 - Visual identity and project website

D5.2 - First dissemination and exploitation plan

D5.3 - Second year update dissemination and exploitation plan

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