Project title SMOTY: A Security System Based on Emergent Intelligence on the Internet of Things
Identification IPT-2011-1328-390000
Funding entity Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness
Organizations involved Lógica, Infozara S. L., Complu Soft S. L., University of Zaragoza, University of Alcalá, University Carlos III from Madrid
Duration From 1st November 2011 to 31st December 2014
Project cost 2,340,679.80 EUR
The goal of the project is the construction of elements in the field of Internet of Things, for the scalable building of Intelligent Security Systems aimed at the protection of spaces, people, areas, objects, information... and communications against accidental or malicious acts.
The system will consist of:
Physical devices -robots, cell phones, small devices...- henceforth spimes, equipped with location capabilities, communication, knowledge of its own history and sensory abilities.
Pieces of software, within the areas of Cloud Computing and Computer on the Internet of Things, will be equipped with capabilities of knowledge of its own history and capacity for autonomous actions depending on the context and control rules or by demand of other system elements.
The system is governed and managed by a system security controls, and also offers:
Authentication based on the history.
Protection aimed at preventing impersonation.
Continuity assurance of the security service.
Operation control of the spimes and software pieces, well as against actions of unauthorized access to information.
Control of support for security checks.
The system will be built under a security model in which security agents are robots, with the capabilities identified, reinforced by human agents who will have mobile devices.
A subsystem will be available to support security as a service, system that is built on ITIL standards in relation to the management of incidents, problems, events, requests, changes, release and deployment, and configurations.
The system will behave as an intelligent system in the form of emergent intelligence -intelligence perceived through the behavior of the whole-; there will be an Emergent Intelligence Manager, which will facilitate:
Dynamic access to knowledge derived from the events occurred in the system over time.
Dynamic access to the history of system objects.
Real-time monitoring of what is happening and the status of system objects.
Dynamic analysis techniques of events over time.