The CHOReVOLUTION platform is being tested and demonstrated through two use cases specifically designed to highlight the benefits of a service choreography approach to development and management of complex interactions in the Internet of Things and Internet of Services domain.


Urban Traffic Coordination (UTC)


Urban transport accounts for 23% of the global CO2 emission, which poses significant challenge for the environments. To deal with this, EU has set a goal for the year 2030 to reduce EU road transport greenhouse gas emissions to around 80% of the 2008 level. Using the CHOReVOLUTION platform, we are generating smart services by enabling traffic coordination and fostering eco-friendly driving. The use-case for urban traffic coordination is leveraging the CHOReVOLUTION platform to gather information and also serves as a validation, called the SEADA template. Sensors providing information are being used for feeding the platform with data while distributed resources are enhancing urban traffic coordination. Smartphone graphic user interfaces have been developed in order to distribute and provide information to the mobile users. The CHOReVOLUTION platform is a key technology to bridge diverse sensors and user devices. Service choreography - see the UTC choreography diagram - is crucial to deal with the changing environment, infrastructure and diverse characteristics of road-users.

Smart Mobility and Tourism (SMT)


Tourism is a particularly complex and challenging context for smart mobility applications and for validating CHOReVOLUTION services and capabilities. Smart tourism considers that travelers in a city or a region will be increasingly able to enjoy an ecosystem of intelligent services, supporting their traveling and tourist experience before and during the trip. Moreover travelling is exposed to events and possible disruptions of initial plan, may require flexible re-planning capabilities. This use case is focusing on testing and assessing the benefits of the CHOReVOLUTION framework in supporting the deployment and operation of dynamic choreographies of various mobility and tourism related services and resources available in a given area, - see the SMT choreography diagram. The use case is deployed in Porto Antico, a 130.000 sq.m zone in the area of Genoa commercial and passenger harbour, surrounded by a number of cultural and historic assets and attracting over 3.5 million visitors and 250 events each year.