Connection and management of IoE devices

FIWOO allows to connect devices, manage them (register their models, configure their parameters, manage access to them, create alerts and notifications to events…) and interact with them in real time, regardless of the communication protocol they use: read out their data, consult their status, receive their inquiries, send commands to them and receive/send notifications from/to them.


So, FIWOO allows to connect sensors and provides more valuable information to the city, communicating with these devices and managing them in an easy way, from one central access/collection point.


FIWOO allows to import different formats of files, as CSV, XML, JSON, GeoJSON, KML from open datasets from other cities, public bodies or enterprises, as well as store large amounts of heterogeneous data from several sources (including sensors, data referential and contextual information), classificate them, abstract / aggregate them through data typing and metadata management.


FIWOO managers can gather background information about the city in many ways, handling very different types of storages and transforming large amounts of data in more understandable formats, to be easily searchable, to help in showing in a clear way how data is interlinked, to be better understandable and help in creating information from the data.

Data Management (including open data)
Data Processing and Analytics

Municipal analysts could find in FIWOO tools that allow automatic analysis of different online streams of data, as well as the analytics of historical data and obtained data sets.


They can discover interesting events in online streams of data and broadcast them to alert or act in real time, as well as discover new patterns in historical data, detect cause-effect situations, find hidden insights and create reports based on business intelligence.


External developers will find in FIWOO tools for building applications on the platform such as: – an intuitive and easy to manage software development kit (SDK), – an open API that provides real time open data streams flowing in both directions, ability to integrate my apps with other services of existing backend applications (via web services or rest services) and an environment where to plug in my deployed solutions and services. For all that, the platform must be based on open standards to communicate with devices (REST, AMQP, MQTT, CoAP, etc.) and intercommunicate components (REST and SOAP). At the same time, I would like the platform to provide incentives such as rewards through its own cryptocurrency and a marketplace for delivering services to the city.


External developers will be more motivated to interoperate with the platform, encouraging the co-creation of new solutions that could be tested in the platform, helping to extend it.

Interoperability & Co-creation
Open Platform

Citizens can get information about what happens in the city in a personalized way (traffic status, infrastructure, public transport, cultural information, points of interest, tourism, etc.) and also provide feedback about how the city services work (transport, roads, waste, environment, etc.).


They have incentives to use the platform and help my city to make better decisions regarding environment, mobility and social.


FIWOO administrators can easily build different types of city dashboards that run on multiple devices, offer data in diverse kinds of charts and also on maps, show online historicals, filter and sort data dynamically, and drill down into data to find new relations.


The city governing bodies are provided with an overview of the city services and their KPIs, enabling them to work with large sets of data in a fast way and to define actions based on the information and events of the dashboards, such as route planning or simulation of effects of policy decisions on short and long term.

Easy deployment of city services
User Management (Ensuring Security and Privacy)

FIWOO administrators will ensure both user and device authentication, authorization, accounting through the platform at the same level for all types of connection, and also:

– Support end-to-end encryption.
– Implement secure store for keys.
– Implement privacy rules as stated by the GDPR.
– Support the storage of sensitive information in a protected way.
– Support the (pseudo)anonymisation of data.
– Allow users to control the access to their personal information in the platform.
– Know data provenance.
– Manage log records from the platform components and from the associated devices and systems.


They can manage the access, identities, permissions and integrity of every user, datasets and “things” in the platform, ensuring security and personal data privacy, allowing for auditing of data access and updates of secured data, being able to track any breaches and identify patterns to prevent problems before they happen.


Responsible for mobility in cities are able to measure and show on maps real-time traffic and mobility information to and around the critical zones, crossing this data with:

– Public transport information (capacity, frequency, routes, position, etc.).
– Alternative transport datasets (bikes).
– Incident & event information.
– Real-time air quality data from sensors.
– Occupation data of public and private parkings.
– Smart traffic lights.
– Cameras to monitor traffic.


Analyzing all this information to automatically generate recommendations to citizens in the form of new routes to follow, where to park or which public transport to use, rewarding anyone following these suggestions by giving them
FIWOO’s cryptocurrency, so that traffic jams get minimized.

Managing city traffic congestion with mobility RTI
Green Flow and Traffic Control

Policy makers and urban planners are able to compile, process, combine, analyse and display real-time mobility data from the Intelligent Traffic Solution (ITS) and air quality data from different sensors in the city Street Labs (temperature, humidity, CO2, NO2, SO2, traffic noise levels, etc.) available as real-time information and historical datasets through an open API, look for patterns and identify long term behavioural tendencies amongst road users.


Based on historical data trends in conjunction with advanced prediction algorithms, they are able to simulate the effect of changing certain mobility policies (e.g. speed limit, heavy vehicle mobility restrictions, broader bicycle lanes, changing traffic light timing) on the traffic and air quality, to evaluate the suitability of these actions, from the point of view of mobility efficiency and environment care before applying them on the city centre.


Users of the home care services will be able to use health monitoring sensors and devices at home, connect to the care system, creating a bi-directional communication channel with health professionals for the transmission of biometric signals with rules and alarms based on anomalous values that allow reporting of risk situations for the health, as well as a calendar system for teleconsultation reservation through video call, and at the same time have more control over the data trails left behind.


Health professionals can monitor health remotely, avoiding unnecessary trips and have an easy way to see where data about the patient goes, specify who can use it, and alter these decisions over time.

City IoE service provisioning to diabetes patients in Smart Homes