Smart IoT for Mobility

Smart IoT for Mobility

Smart IoT for Mobility

About Project

The objective of the Smart IoT for Mobility project is to develop a first transdisciplinary approach towards a new economy, based mainly on the adoption of a virtual currency and smart contracts (Smart Contracts) all being really adaptable to the rising generation of the Internet of Things (IoT).

We must imagine devices (computers, smartphones, embedded communicating architectures ...) that are all related to each other from near and far. Each participant in this network (a client) is identified by a unique address, assigned when joining the system, which will be used during a transaction. This model is decentralized since it does not have a central supervisory authority, unlike the traditional banking model.

The idea is to start from a legal context by trying to define as clearly as possible the exact terms of an intelligent contract, to simulate these contracts at the scale of IoT devices and thus to establish a specific computer language to these contracts, to deploy these contracts on a set of IoT devices, regardless of their hardware architecture, and finally to take a particular target architecture and simulate completely its operation in order to ensure that the set works properly before deployment. The nature and the objectives of these contracts will be determined at the start of this project but will be limited by the architectures' ability to achieve them.

Principle Investigator

,  CNRS-UNS LEAT, UMR 7248

Project's partners

  • Frédéric MALLET, professeur, Inria / CNRS – UCA I3S
  • Philippe COLLET, CNRS – UCA I3S
  • Lise ARENA, MCF CNRS – UCA GREDEG
  • Thierry MARTEU, MCF CNRS – UCA GREDEG 

Project Duration

November 2017 - March 2019

Total amount

24.900 euros

Related documentation

SMART IoT Presentation (DATA SCIENCE MEETUP, December 2017)