The scenario is about a train accident in a tunnel under Arlanda airport. As a result of the hazardous materials start to spread in the tunnel and may endanger the rescue forces and the survivors. Heat, lack of oxygen and high level of CO and CO2 may also present danger. The PoC showed how sensors were deployed, their signals transmitted by an ad-hoc radio network to the Gateway, then over the public internet to the FI-WARE test bed in Seville, Spain, where the signals will be processed by several SafeCity applications (RUBE, DF and DSS). The sensors data, along with alarms about any dangerous levels, will be delivered to several command rooms in Sweden using simple web based interfaces, allowing any device with an internet browser (and the right authorization) to monitor the sensors and alerts. All data communications from the sensors to the FI-WARE test bed and back to the command posts will be secured by encryption.
SafeCity and Fi-Ware are both FI-PPP related projects