Future Internet Core Platform

FIWARE is an open initiative aiming to create a sustainable ecosystem to grasp the opportunities that will emerge with the new wave of digitalization caused by the integration of recent Internet technologies. The initiative is based on the following pillars: The FIWARE Platform ( http://catalogue.fiware.org/chapter/internet-things-services-enablement ) provides a rather simple yet powerful set of APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) that ease the development of Smart Applications in multiple vertical sectors. The specifications of these APIs are public and royalty-free. Besides, an open source reference implementation of each of the FIWARE components is publicly available so that multiple FIWARE providers can emerge faster in the market with a low-cost proposition. FIWARE Lab is a non-commercial sandbox environment where innovation and experimentation based on FIWARE technologies take place. Entrepreneurs and individuals can test the technology as well as their applications on FIWARE Lab, exploiting Open Data published by cities and other organizations. FIWARE Lab is deployed over a geographically distributed network of federated nodes leveraging on a wide range of experimental infrastructures. FIWARE Ops is a collection of tools that eases the deployment, setup and operation of FIWARE instances by Platform Providers. It is designed to help expand the infrastructure associated to a given FIWARE instance by means of federating additional nodes (datacenters) over time and allowing cooperation of multiple Platform Providers. FIWARE Ops is the tool used to build, operate and expand FIWARE Lab. The FIWARE Acceleration Programme aims at promoting the take up of FIWARE technologies among solution integrators and application developers, with special focus on SMEs and start-ups. Linked to this program, the EU launched an ambitious campaign in September 2014 mobilizing 80M€ to support SMEs and entrepreneurs who will develop innovative applications based on FIWARE. Similar programmes may be defined in other regions. FIWARE Mundus: Although it was born in Europe, FIWARE has been designed with a global ambition, so that benefits can spread to other regions. The FIWARE Mundus programme is designed to bring coverage to this effort engaging local ICT players and domain stakeholders, and eventually liaising with local governments in different parts of the world, including Latin American, Africa and Asia.
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Web resources: https://www.fiware.org/
Start date: 01-05-2011
End date: 30-09-2014
Total budget - Public funding: 68 512 782,00 Euro - 40 999 000,00 Euro
Call topic: Technology foundation: Future Internet Core Platform (FI.ICT-2011.1.7)
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