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Duration: 04/01/2016 – 03/31/2019 (36 months)
Status: Complete
Member Institutes: MIMOS, NICT, I2R, HUST, VNU
Patents: 3

Project Introduction

The widespread usage of smart phones and smart devices in the network today has transformed the network into a connected web of smart devices. These devices are made smart by the applications developed to provide huge benefits and services to the users. This is the Internet of Things (IoT).

To stay competitive and to be able to capture the potential IoT market, it is important to have the IoT platform and acceleration tools to facilitate the rapid development and adoption of IoT solutions for public and private markets, especially in new upcoming developing ASEAN countries. A common platform would allow integration of data and services from different systems, thus allowing the combined operation of many different heterogeneous IoT systems onto one common open platform, the IoT open innovation platform.

Application enablement platform provides an abstraction layer to connect to the different devices available. An application dashboard tool will generate information visualization via an easy to use interface.

Platform middleware provides the necessary integration by adopting common standards. Devices and sensors from different systems and protocols can be connected to the same platform, thus providing connectivity and functionality between heterogeneous platforms.

Platform scalability includes private cloud and embedded cloud adoption to provide platform ownership. Services need not be provided from an external party cloud service.

Rapid development platform provides the facility to develop and test applications rapidly.

Project Members

* Project Leader
Name Position/Degree Department, Institution, Country
Boon Choong Foo* Senior Director MIMOS Berhad, Malaysia
Looi Chin Teong   MIMOS Berhad, Malaysia
Kiyoshi Hamaguchi Director General National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
Fumihide Kojima Dr./Director National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
Thu Ngo-Quynh Dr./Department Head Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Vietnam
Dinh Van Dzung Dr./Deputy Director Vietnam National University
Sun Sumei Dr./Department Head Institute for Infocomm Research, Singapore