WP Description

WP leader CIT (IR)
Partners GTO, CEA-LETI, CEA-LIST, Worldline, Oberthur, InsightSiP, STM, ASTUS,  IDATE, CIT, Tyndall, Tyco, IMA, Tlabs, IT, Beyond Vision
Objectives

The goal of Work Package 7 will be to meet project targets for pilot implementation of wearable computing scenarios in the selected IoT and Smart-City application domains, together with first QoS or QoE feedback reports. This will align to the special focus put on the Heath/Medical, Communication, Security/safety domains. The validation process in WP7 to support this objective will include several facets such as user panelization, fast-track prototyping, living labs, pre-deployment schemes in real working conditions.

WP7 will seek to achieve the following:

  • Make sure that users are involved appropriately in the work, based on the experiments and evaluation findings from early stages of the project, where initial use cases are tested and evaluated
  • Perform user studies needed by the project. These inform the description of minimal viable products which are specified through project business cases in Work Package 2 and will be deployed and tested through living labs and pilots at various domains sites
  • Perform a final evaluation of the demonstrator applications
  • Validate working minimal viable future products (derived through our research within Work Packages 2-6) with representative end-users where trials are conducted at representative environments.
  • Deliver the project’s optimisation, integration, testing and validation requirements; this will be an iterative process executed at different stages of development of the software, firmware, middleware and hardware
  • Test evaluation methodology and related tools, apply to corresponding developments.

The project will address three key Smart City application domains: [1] eHealth, [2] Omni-channel shopping and [3] Mobility/Transport & Access Control.
For each major target application domain:

  • Test elaboration and integration (from unit to systems tests)
  • Specifics: reliability, safety
  • Incremental scenario  integration
  • Organization of user return on  experience, trough
    •    User panels
    •    Living Labs, hosted at two sites (Ireland)
    •    Fast  prototyping and small series (early stages of the project)
    •    Pilots (last part of the project) hosted at three sites (To Be Defined..)

H2O will apply an iterative and user centred design methodology (e.g. employing 3-5 users in frequent tests [Nielsen, J, Usability Engineering, 1993, Academic Press]). This means that end users will be involved all through the work and that designs and prototypes will be tested iteratively during most of the project. The H2O partnership will work in a situated way – i.e. whenever possible we will test in real settings and situations. The final project pilots will include 2-3 larger evaluations of our demonstration applications where a larger number of end users will be involved. 

WP Tasks

Task ID Task description
T7.1 Evaluation of User Requirements
T7.2 Assessment of Project Scenarios & Determine sites for demonstration, pilots, trials and engage with stakeholders
T7.3 Evaluate & Benchmark the new designs against previous systems, prototype iterations and user requirements.
T7.4 Development of Project Pilots
T7.5 Evaluation of Pilots

 

WP Description

WP leader CEA-LETI (FR)
Partners
GTO, CEA-LETI, CEA-LIST, Worldline, Oberthur, TLabs, CIT, IMA, Tyndall, Tyco
Objectives The main objectives of this work package are:
•    SDK for developers the secure element
•    SDK for the Protocol Processor in the wearable device
•    Fast & automated evaluation and certification process
•    Fast SW certification online tool suite through automated processes
•    Multi-device application and credential  synchronization through multi-tenant TSM schemes
•    Incremental Device management
•    Intuitive UI /APIs for human to wearable interactions

WP Tasks

Task ID Task description
T5.1 SDK for developers the secure element
T5.2 SDK for developers the Protocol Processor
T5.3 Fast & Automated evaluation and certification process using online analysis tools.
T5.4 Multi-device application and credential  synchronization through multi-tenant TSM schemes
T5.5 Intuitive UI /APIs for Human to Wearable device interactions
T5.6 H2O Business Case wearable device management system

 

WP Description

WP leader Oberthur (FR)
Partners
GTO, CEA-LETI, Worldline, Oberthur, STM, Tlabs, IMA, Tyndall, Tyco, IT, IPCB, Beyond Vision
Objectives The objectives of the tasks are the following:
•    User Identification/authentication (biometry, 2FA)
•    Anonymity preserving  secure transaction models and algorithms
•    User privacy protection and personal cloud
•    Anonymous, authentic and untraceable attributes principles suitable with wearable device constraints and user’s experience
•    Shared  attributes (collection and publication of the user’s attributes) management under the user’s agreement
•    Energy/power consumption efficient security algorithms
•    Open system with distributed and independent Key Management System

Wearable devices pose a great challenge in terms of security and privacy. First, personal data gathered by man-held objects must be securely stored and transferred. Second, the information must be only accessed by authorized users. Not authorized entities should not be able to get or even infer any user-related information. Confidentiality, anonymity, non-traceability, Integrity and fast authentication are a must, in order to ensure that the personal data generated, stored and transmitted by devices is delivered to legitimate end users and not corrupted or disclosed and even correlated.

Privacy by design is also a must when the information is sensitive such as health related data or electronic money movements, that could allow outsiders to profile user activities. The protection of the privacy have become a more challenging due to the communications between wearable devices linked to the user and the Smart-City infrastructure. Any uncontrolled information leaks or transfer of large data constants can be correlated for disclosing the identity or private information relative to the user. Previous research on this field has highlighted numerous security and privacy protection issues asking for specific and novel procedures. For example, the usual cryptography principles as a Public Key Infrastructure can no longer be used as universal solution and new KMS systems must be implemented. To achieve security and privacy, reliable, hence strong and complex, security mechanisms should be provided in order to protect sensitive information like health-related profiles or credit card credentials. Moreover, these mechanisms must ensure device interoperability and energy efficiency.

WP Tasks

Task ID Task description
T6.1 User Identification / authentication
T6.2 User anonymity and user privacy
T6.3 Shared attributes and cognitive authentication
T6.4 Energy Efficiency

 

WP Description

WP leader Gemalto (FR)
Partners
GTO, OT, InsightSiP, STM, CIT, Tyndall
Objectives Global object design suitable for the user scenarios
Mechanical and electrical packaging (with combined  SIP, PCB approaches)
Development of first SiP prototypes from design implementation, for early sample testing.
Object Moulding or 3D printing; fast-track small series prototyping

WP Tasks

Task ID Task description
T4.1 Global object design suitable for the user scenarios
T4.2 Mechanical and electrical packaging (with combined  SIP, PCB approaches)
T4.3 Object Moulding or 3D printing
T4.4 Fast-track small series prototyping