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Distributed Smart Space Orchestration


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Smart Space Orchestration Hands-On

with the Intel Edison Platform

Nov 21, 2014 - LRZ @ TUM Campus Garching bei München

On Nov 21, 2014 about 60 interested makers from academia and industry came together for the 2nd Smart Space Orchestration workshop at the Leibniz Rechenzentrum (LRZ) nearby Technische Universität München (TUM).

Marc-Oliver Pahl from TUM and Paul Guemonprez from Intel started the event with a research respectively industry perspective on Pervasive Computing, the Internet of Things, Cyber-Physical Systems, and Ambient Intelligence. In the following experience session, the invited speakers illustrated the broad range of Pervasive Computing from their diverse perspectives. Sebastian Peters (Capgemini, TUM) showed intuitive ways to control smart spaces, Markus Duchon (Fortiss) introduced the smart energy lab at Fortiss, Sunil Ghai (IBM research India) introduced demand and response energy control for smart spaces, Andreas Müller (TWT) talked about predictive automation. Marcel von Maltitz (TUM) presented a system for privacy-aware data collection, Jelena Mitic (Siemens) introduced the goals and methodology of the Building as a Service project (BaaS), Malte Burkert (TU Dortmund) showed the BaaS model house, Benjamin Hof (TUM) envisioned smart meeting rooms, and Juan Haladjian (TUM) demonstrated what can be done with smart cloths today.

After a delicious lunch, the afternoon started with an introduction to software making (Marc-Oliver Pahl) and hardware making (Paul Guermonprez). Based on the Intel Galileo platform, the participants developed a game controller. The controller enabled to play against the teammate, and with the help of the DS2OS system also to play against anyone else in the room. The hands-on was big fun and it showed which advantages smart space orchestration -the software control of distributed smart devices- can bring ;)

The day ended with a get-together at Technische Universität München with tasty food, drinks, and inspiring chats.

We spent a great day with you!

Here are some impressions from the workshop:


Agenda of the day (click on the speaker names to get the slides):


Leibniz-Rechenzentrum der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften
Boltzmannstraße 1
85748 Garching

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