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2016 IEEE 3rd World Forum on Internet of Things (WF-IoT) (2016)
Reston, VA, USA
Dec. 12, 2016 to Dec. 14, 2016
ISBN: 978-1-5090-4131-2
pp: 82-87
Deepak Dhungana , Siemens AG (Österreich, Vienna Austria
Gerhard Engelbrecht , Siemens AG (Österreich, Vienna Austria
Josiane Xavier Parreira , Siemens AG (Österreich, Vienna Austria
Andreas Schuster , Aspern Smart City Research GmbH, Vienna Austria
Roman Tobler , Wiener Netze GmbH, Vienna Austria
Danilo Valerio , Siemens AG (Österreich, Vienna Austria
The new data collection opportunities offered by IoT and the recent advancements in data processing infrastructure have provided a significant impulse to the development of smart cities. Although reliable data collection and analysis is a fundamental prerequisite for urban intelligence, the smartness of a smart city also depends on the ability to translate IoT data into useful and innovative services: it is important to conceive new design principles for the development of applications for smart cities and IoT. To this extent, this paper presents a simplified conceptual framework for describing smart city ecosystems based on concepts of natural ecosystems. The goal of the framework is to derive new metaphors for designing IoT applications based on the observation of communication and interaction patterns in natural ecosystems. The proposed framework is used to describe a real smart city project in Vienna, Austria.
Data-driven Ecosystems, Smart Cities, IoT Data Analytics Applications

D. Dhungana, G. Engelbrecht, J. X. Parreira, A. Schuster, R. Tobler and D. Valerio, "Data-driven ecosystems in smart cities: A living example from Seestadt Aspern," 2016 IEEE 3rd World Forum on Internet of Things (WF-IoT)(WF-IOT), Reston, VA, USA, 2016, pp. 82-87.
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