Enabling the Future Internet for Smart Cities

Enabling the Future Internet for Smart Cities

Research Themes

Management of Optical Architectures on the Support of the 5G Internet and Future Radio Access Networks

Team

Prof. Daniel Batista (batista@ime.usp.br)
Prof. Edmundo Roberto Mauro Madeira
Prof. Carlos Kamienski
Prof. Gustavo Bittencourt Figueiredo
Prof. Massimo Tornatore
Prof. Biswanath Mukherjee

Modeling and prediction of the evolution of bus line travel times for smart mobility

Team

Prof. Renato Ishii
Prof. Daniel Cordeiro
Prof. Raphael Camargo (raphael.camargo@ufabc.edu.br)
Dr. Roberto Speicys

Sensing urban areas for monitoring and warning of natural disasters

The focus of this project is to take advantage of the Internet of Things in order to design solutions that obtain data from sensors distributed over smart cities. The sensors will be attached to trees and semaphores, send data using the Internet, and integrate a reactive system that will notify specific agents when necessary. Scaling this solutions for a big city like São Paulo can be troublesome bearing in mind 650 thousand trees only on the streets,

Team

Prof. Arlindo da Conceição (arlindo.conceicao@unifesp.br)
Prof. Álvaro Luiz Fazenda
Prof. Denise Stringhin

Prof. Alfredo Goldman
Dr. Antonio D. de Carvalho J.

Processamento de eventos complexos com modelagem semântica e tratamento de incerteza para aplicações de cidades inteligentes

Team

Prof. Rafael Lopes
Prof. Francisco J. Silva e Silva (fssilva@lsdi.ufma.br)
Prof. Markus Endler

Safety Management for Pedestrians in Urban Environments

Team

Prof. Flavio S. C. Silva (fcs@ime.usp.br)
Prof. Julio Singer
Prof. Antonio Carlos
Prof. Paulo Miranda

Prof. Arlindo da Conceição
Prof. Stefania Bandini
Prof. Federico Cabitza
Angela Locoro
Andrea Gorrini
Luca Crociani
Oisin Boydell
Edward McDonnell
Ricardo Simon

InterSCity: A Scable Microservice-based Open Source Platform for Smart Cities

Future Smart Cities will gather the Internet of Things, Big Data, and Cloud Computing to enable novel solutions to enhance citizens’ experience within the city. In opposition to traditional approaches based on vertical silos and ad hoc solutions, integrated middleware platforms can provide an unified infrastructure to support sophisticated, cross-domain smart city applications.

Team

Prof. Claudio Luiz Marte
Prof. Alfredo Goldman
Prof. Fabio Kon (kon@ime.usp.br)
Prof. Markus Endler
Prof. Fabio Costa

PMSP

UNI: Infraestrutura de Rede Unificada

Team

Prof. Edmundo Madeira
Prof. Luiz Bittencourt
Prof. Alfredo Goldman
Prof. Fabio Kon
Prof. Otto Duarte (otto@gta.ufrj.br)

SOS: Sistema de Operação em Segurança

Team

Prof. Daniel Batista
Prof. Alfredo Goldman
Prof. Fabio Kon
Prof. Otto Duarte (otto@gta.ufrj.br)
Prof. Carlos Kamienski

Improving fog computing techniques to allow a better quality of experience in vehicular networks

Team

Prof. Edmundo Madeira (edmundo@ic.unicamp.br)
Prof. Luiz Bittencourt
Prof. Alfredo Goldman

OpenAir Museum: development, convergences and integration between Arquigrafia and Smart Audio City Guide

Team

Prof. Marco Aurélio Gerosa
Prof. Flavio Soares Correia
Prof. Artur Simões Rozestraten (artur.rozestraten@usp.br)