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Introduction

The Internet of Things Service Enablement chapter in FIWARE provides key assets enabling access to IoT resources.

You can learn more about the IoT Chapter by reading the FIWARE Architecture and Open Specifications. Following is a description of the Technical Roadmap planned for the chapter, which will be developed through subsequent Releases of the FIWARE Platform. Please also check the Releases and Sprints numbering, with mapping to calendar dates.

Fifth Major Release

Following is a description of features per Generic Enablers that will be supported in Release 5 of FIWARE, both in the backend and gateway parts.

Backend

  • Backend Device Management
    • Addition of new IoT protocols by means of new dedicated IoT Agents. Examples: OneM2M (inlcuding MCA northbound interface) & Modbus.
    • Development of IoT Agents at the Gateway level. Mainly to replace the previous "Protocol Adpater GE".
    • Deliver new SDKs for different hardware platforms: Arduino, Cludino, Intel Edision, ThinkingThings Open, RaspberryPI, etc.
    • Enable new features such as Device Management, IoT infrastructure management (using NGSI entities), etc.
  • Backend IoT Broker
    • intelligent update request handling
    • efficient and energy saving IoT subsystem invocation
    • Enhance interface capabilities
    • harmonize additional interface features towards NGSI v2 support


  • Backend IoT Discovery
    • Support geo-location discovery of entities
    • evolve (semantic) linked-data platform API to 2nd version
    • evolve NGSI API to 2nd version
    • provide ontology for IoT entities
    • provide a dataset generator for initial testing
    • change store from object database to document store


FIWARE GE Supported Features Epics under analysis

Backend Device Management


Release 5.1:

Release 5.2:

Release 5.3:


Release 5.4:


Backend IoT Broker

Release 5.1

Release 5.2

Release 5.3

Release 5.4

IoT Discovery

Release 5.1:

Release 5.2:

Release 5.3:


Release 5.4:

Introduction

The Internet of Things Service Enablement chapter in FIWARE provides key assets enabling access to IoT resources.

You can learn more about the IoT Chapter by reading the FIWARE Architecture and Open Specifications. Following is a description of the Technical Roadmap planned for the chapter, which will be developed through subsequent Releases of the FIWARE Platform. Please also check the Releases and Sprints numbering, with mapping to calendar dates.

Fifth Major Release

Following is a description of features per Generic Enablers that will be supported in Release 5 of FIWARE, both in the backend and gateway parts.

Backend

  • Backend Device Management
    • Addition of new IoT protocols by means of new dedicated IoT Agents. Examples: OneM2M (inlcuding MCA northbound interface) & Modbus.
    • Development of IoT Agents at the Gateway level. Mainly to replace the previous "Protocol Adpater GE".
    • Deliver new SDKs for different hardware platforms: Arduino, Cludino, Intel Edision, ThinkingThings Open, RaspberryPI, etc.
    • Enable new features such as Device Management, IoT infrastructure management (using NGSI entities), etc.
  • Backend IoT Broker
    • intelligent update request handling
    • efficient and energy saving IoT subsystem invocation
    • Enhance interface capabilities
    • harmonize additional interface features towards NGSI v2 support


  • Backend IoT Discovery
    • Support geo-location discovery of entities
    • evolve (semantic) linked-data platform API to 2nd version
    • evolve NGSI API to 2nd version
    • provide ontology for IoT entities
    • provide a dataset generator for initial testing
    • change store from object database to document store


FIWARE GE Supported Features Epics under analysis

Backend Device Management


Release 5.1:

Release 5.2:

Release 5.3:


Release 5.4:


Backend IoT Broker

Release 5.1

Release 5.2

Release 5.3

Release 5.4


IoT Discovery

Release 5.1:


Release 5.2:

Release 5.3:

Release 5.4:


Gateway

  • IoT Data Edge Consolidation

The main effort in release 5 is to be compliant NGSI V2 and to improve the robustness of the broker and the CEP.

This GE is in Support Mode starting with 5.3. All necessary corrections will be made to ensure bug fixing and compatibility with other GEs.

The GE may get out of support mode during the release 5 cycle to complete the NGSIv2 implementation once a stable version of the NGSIv2 specification is published.


FIWARE GE Supported Features Epics under analysis

IoT Data Edge Consolidation
(Support Mode)

Release 5.1

Release 5.2

Release 5.3


Release 5.4



Future releases

The following features and epics correspond to features that are in the roadmap of the respective Generic Enablers, but are not going to be implemented as part of FIWARE project activities. Some of them may continue under the FIWARE Community activities, some others will not.





You can check out the previous releases of this FIWARE chapter on Roadmap of Internet of Things (IoT) Services(previous releases)

Future releases

The following features and epics correspond to features that are in the roadmap of the respective Generic Enablers, but are not going to be implemented as part of FIWARE project activities. Some of them may continue under the FIWARE Community activities, some others will not.





You can check out the previous releases of this FIWARE chapter on Roadmap of Internet of Things (IoT) Services(previous releases)

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