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Confusion in communication standards is not conducive for market acceptance of new applications. Clarity in these standards is the key for the market to grow. There are lots of predictions for the exploding size of this market but unless there is a greater attempt to come together and work together, the big IoT boom may have to wait a little longer.
SCOPE AND TOPICS
IEEE iThings 2017 will be held on 21-23 June 2017 in Exeter, Devon, UK.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Track 1: IoT enabling technologies
• Efficient architectures for IoT
• Sensor and sensing technologies
• Actuator and acting technologies
• Low power and energy harvesting
• Real-time systems
• IoT data analytics
• Cloud-based IoT
• Embedded software
• Smart devices
Track 2: IoT networking and communications
• Wireless sensor networks
• Machine-type communication
• Wireless communication protocols
• Wireless networking
• Self-organizing design
• Efficient routing protocols
• Networking for emergency IoT
• Radio frequency identification
• Lightweight communication protocols for IoT
Track 3: IoT services and applications
• Streaming data management system
• Data mining platforms for IoT
• Service middleware
• Open service platform
• Semantic service management
• Security and privacy-preserving protocols
• Design examples of smart applications
• IoT application support
Track 4: IoT industries, education and others
• Industrial IoT applications
• Agriculture IoT applications
• Environment Monitoring
• Business system for IoT
• Experimental platforms
• Education for IoT
• Open topic for future IoT
The purpose of this workshop is to bring together industry and academic researchers to provide an up-to-date picture of the state-of-the-art research in the field of heterogeneous wireless communications and QoE provisioning. It is also intended to provide a forum to exchange varying beliefs and understandings of how to seamless integrate advanced wireless networking and adaptive multimedia processing for enabling evolution of the current wireless system toward future networks.
The Ambient Assisted Living domain offers the perfect setup for IoT-based measuring and monitoring technologies since it touches on the very important social issue of the ageing population while offering the ability to really test telecare services for home-based setups. Multiple technology domains have spawned from the AAL domain but fields such as Smart Home building and extending, have been on the rise.
Last updated: 21 February 2017