The Internet of Things and Services International Research Workshop is designed for the exchange of insight between leading researchers and experts in the whole area of Semantic Interoperability, Ambient Intelligence, Sensor Networking, and generally the Internet of People, Things and Services.
The “Internet of Things and Services” embraces a range of exciting internet-enabled technologies for individual life/work-style support as well as an opportunity for commercial and business exploitation of emerging technology platforms.
The key enabling research and commercially available technologies that underpin the Internet of Things & Services paradigm include:
middleware and service-oriented architectures,
Radio Frequency Identification,
sensor networking technologies,
semantic data fusion,
semantic-cooperative generalisation ontologies for selection and integration of services,
The envisioned world of Ambient Intelligence and Pervasive Computing would be closer to realising its full potential if the embedded devices were able to communicate and semantically interoperable with each other so as to cooperate and fulfil tasks.
Based on the seamless integration of embedded networked devices and services, the Internet of Things and Services involves also automatic identification of things and services, communication, service selection & composition, resolution and invocation of services.
The Internet of Things and Services International Workshop tackles these issues through theoretical and applied research presentations, prototypes demonstrations and discussion panels covering:
Context-Awareness And Data Fusion
Architectural Issues And Tools
Security Under The Internet Of Things & Services Architecture
Use Cases And Exploitation
The final program is available here
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Co-located with the EuroTRUSTAmI Workshop
and the WearIT@Work workshop
, The Internet of Things and Services Research Workshop
is proposed by the Hydra project
. This EC co-funded Project aims to design the required middleware facilitating semantic interoperable security: a Networked Embedded System Middleware for H
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