Future Intelligent Quality Assurance for Release Enhancement (fiQare)

The main objective of fiQare is to create an intelligent certification system in cloud security and IoT, and to improve the quality within Fiware platform, with the aim of making it safer and more reliable.

fiQare project, funded by Celtic+ (new name Celtic Next) which is part of the EUREKA Network, aims to improve the quality of Fiware platform and apply Fiware to real world scenarios.

TIGA is part of an international consortium that has been lead by Emergya. Seville company Secmotic, University of Málaga (UMA) and Ankara Yıldırım Beyazıt University (AYBU) are partners in this consortium.

TIGA, Secmotic and Emergya are responsible for FIWARE quality research and evaluation.

The UMA and AYBU deal with the development of an artificial intelligence, that is capable of analyzing the software. Likewise, they are in charge of detecting the quality improvements of the source code, which have to be carried out.

fiQare, IoT ortamları için güvenlik, güvenilirlik ve kalite konusunda devrim niteliğinde yeni bir konsepttir.

fiQare develops an innovative methodology based on artificial intelligence by analysis of FIWARE technology automatically using eight axes of ISO 25010 standard, to measure the quality of IoT Platforms. The five axes of the ISO 25010 standard are functionality, efficiency, compatibility, usability, reliability, security, maintenance, portability

After finishing the analysis of the FIWARE platform, the project will focus on the development of two use cases:

First Use Case: Smart Cities Analysis by Sensing Urban Heartbeat (SUH): Install and use sensors in the campus of the University of Málaga, to take open data, analyze them, and give models of mobility and noise. Users will be several research groups at University of Málaga, the rectorate itself (for management), and the students (40.000 potential beneficiaries of this work).
Second Use Case: Internet of health things (IoHT) for smart home assisted living: This use case involves the construction of a IoT Early Warning System (EWS) for the detection of residential emergencies, targeting different services with the adequate message content (e.g. for nurses, doctors, individual's family and hospitals). TIGA will be in charge of development of this use case.