ALLIPOP Project has been co-funded by the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Turism within the Plan Nacional de Investigación Científica, desarrollo e Innovación Tecnológica 2013-2016, with reference number TSI-100102-2015-9.
ALLIPOP is a technical solution able to deal with the great growth of the current extreme to extreme (E2E) networks within the Internet of Things. Based on the capillary networks concept, different technologies are combined to create a new network architecture able to deal with the big number of connected devices.
Future Industry of the AEESD, within the area “Future Internet”. Several validated technologies will be used during its development in a simulation environment achieving a connectivity solution which allows to create Extreme to Extreme (E2E) networks to hold the worldwide growth of the Internet of Things.
This solution integrates sensor capillary networks into cellular networks. Its architecture will allow such a connectivity that every application will be able to connect as many nodes as necessary, enlarging data domain to the service that requires them. Addressed challenges in this project are: Network architecture (Combining capillary and cellular networks), optimization of gateways selection in the capillary networks holding low latency and consumption (Networks with context adaptability) and massive E2E access.
ALLIPOP proposed solution is completely transversal and usable at any vertical application. For this project, two priority use cases have been selected: smart urban illumination (with solid state lamps) and energy efficiency in small industrial facilities (through consumption management from three-phase electric panel boards). These use cases have been selected according to current market needs of the company T6000. After the results obtained in the project, it will be easy to address new use cases for the ALLIPOP solution, such as Smart-Agro to control and monitor crops; Industry 4.0 applications through cyber-physical systems connectivity; transport sector, health and wellness, homes and the traditional sector of Smart Cities; addressing an innovative and disruptive deployment.
3G-3GPP, 4G, 5G, Ethernet, 6LoWPAN, IPv6, UDP, CoAP, MQTT, IEEE802.15.4, AES-128