@CityPulse

EU FP7 CityPulse Project- Open Source Tools and Components

CityPulse: Real-Time Internet of Things Stream Processing and Large-scale Data Analytics for Smart City Applications

  • A research project of Ericsson (Department of Research and Development, Stockholm, Sweden) within the field of Smart City Internet of Things (IoT) Applications.

    Python 1 3 MIT Updated Jul 27, 2017
  • The Event detection component in the CityPulse framework provides the generic tools for processing the annotated as well as aggregated data streams to obtain events occurring into the city. This component is highly flexible in deploying new event detection mechanisms, since different smart city applications require different events to be detected f…

    Java 2 Updated Mar 31, 2017
  • This repository includes all documentation on the overall CityPulse framework

    1 Updated Dec 9, 2016
  • This application has been developed with the core goal to provide a 3D visualisation and experience to the users. By using it the users can “fly” around this 3D model of a city and visualise the effect of real-time data in the model. The map has been integrated with the CityPulse framework for displaying events aroud the city of Aarhus on traffi…

    JavaScript 4 1 MIT Updated Dec 8, 2016
  • The CityPulse framework provides immediate and intuitive visual access to the results of its intelligent processing and manipulation of data and events. The ability to record and store historical (cleaned and summarized) data for post-processing makes it possible to analyse the status of the city not only on the go but also at any point in time,…

    JavaScript 7 2 MIT Updated Dec 8, 2016
  • The CityPulse Event Report Application for Android enables the user to see ongoing events reported by the CityPulse framework and other users.

    Java 2 MIT Updated Dec 5, 2016
  • The Pickup planner aims to provide a travel service for users located around Stockholm. Users specify pickup location, destination, arrival time constraints and preferences in travel requests, from which the system devises a pickup path to be used by vehicle(s) in delivering users to their intended destinations.

    Python 1 MIT Updated Nov 25, 2016
  • In order to demonstrate how the CityPulse framework can be used to develop applications for smart cities and citizens, we have implemented a context-aware real time Travel Planner using the live data from the city of Brasov, Romania. This scenario aims to provide bus travel-planning solutions, which go beyond the state of the art solutions by al…

    Java 3 MIT Updated Nov 23, 2016
  • The Resource Management component in the CityPulse framework is responsible for managing all Data Wrappers. During runtime an application developer or the CityPulse framework operator can deploy new Data Wrappers to include data from new data streams.

    Python 1 MIT Updated Nov 11, 2016
  • In order to demonstrate how the CityPulse framework can be used to develop applications for smart cities and citizens, we have implemented a context-aware real time Travel Planner using the live data from the city of Aarhus, Denmark. This scenario aims to provide travel-planning solutions, which go beyond the state of the art solutions by allowi…

    Java 2 MIT Updated Oct 31, 2016
  • The Decision Support component utilises contextual information to provide optimal solutions of smart city applications. The Contextual Filtering component continuously identifies and filters critical events that might affect the optimal result of the decision making task.

    Java 1 1 GPL-3.0 Updated Oct 18, 2016
  • The Knowledge Acquisition Tool (KAT) is a software toolkit that implements the state-of-the-art machine learning and data analytic methods for sensors data. The algorithms and methods implemented in KAT are used for processing and analysing the smart city data in the CityPulse project.

    HTML 4 MIT Updated Oct 13, 2016
  • Web-based tool to monitor information about sensor quality and framework reliability. In the CityPulse Framework it provides a visualisation of the Monitoring Component.

    R 1 1 MIT Updated Oct 11, 2016
  • Composite Monitoring and Evaluation Code. The Composite Monitoring Component is used to evaluate correlations between individual data streams. It is used to check the plausibility of space-time congruent data sets.

    R 2 MIT Updated Sep 15, 2016
  • An Android application for reporting events and a R Shiny application for webbrowsers to show and inspect events generated by the application and the CityPulse Event Detection.

    Java MIT Updated Sep 15, 2016
  • The Geospatial Data Infrastructure (GDI) component is used by a number of other CityPulse components to tackle geo-spatial tasks.

    HTML 1 MIT Updated Sep 15, 2016
  • The Knowledge Acquisition Tool (KAT) is a software toolkit that implements the state-of-the-art machine learning and data analytic methods for sensors data. The algorithms and methods implemented in KAT are used for processing and analysing the smart city data in the CityPulse project.

    Python 2 Updated Sep 8, 2016
  • The Automatic Complex Event Implementation System (ACEIS) is a middleware for complex event services. It is implemented to fulfill large-scale data analysis requirements in the CityPulse project and is responsible for event service discovery, composition, deployment, execution and adaptation. It is mainly used in the Data Federation and Technica…

    HTML 2 GPL-3.0 Updated Sep 7, 2016
  • This package includes java classes which represent the models of input and output for the Decision Support, Contextual Filtering, and Data Federation components in the CityPulse project.

    Java Updated Sep 7, 2016
  • This is package includes a php subpackage for Twitter data collection via connection to streaming API, a python Annotation GUI for labelling the collected data and finally a Twitter analysis sub-package in python and java that are used in the CityPulse project.

    Python 2 2 Updated Sep 7, 2016
  • This Repository is uses to host the CityPulse Development Wiki: https://github.com/CityPulse/CityPulse/wiki

    Updated Sep 7, 2016
  • The Fault recovery component ensures the continuous and proper operation of the CityPulse enabled application by generating estimated values for the data stream when the quality drops or it has temporally missing observations.

    Python MIT Updated Sep 7, 2016
  • A mechanism for converting data points stored in the IoT-Framework into semantically annotated data. This can be use for searching and accessing raw sensory data in a smart city data analytics framework.

    Web Ontology Language 2 MIT Updated Sep 7, 2016
  • This project combines sources of data related to events and points of interest (PoIs) in the city of Stockholm, and generates a schedule to explore the PoIs that the users select. The schedule is created based on the opening times of each PoI as well as the user's budget, travel period, and type of transport.

    Java 2 MIT Updated Jul 21, 2016
  • SAOPY is a sensor annotation library that embodies well-known ontologies in the domain of sensor networks that are used in the CityPulse project. It enables to prevent common syntax errors (e.g. undefined properties and classes, poorly formed namespaces, problematic prefixes, literal syntax) in RDF documents during the annotation process before …

    Updated Feb 21, 2016
  • Configurable benchmark for RSP engines using citypulse datasets

    Java 8 GPL-3.0 Updated May 17, 2015
  • CPA is a tool for datastream generation and playback. The CityPulse framework uses this component to run some of the demonstrators.

    Java 1 1 GPL-2.0 Updated Oct 31, 2014