Keynote 1: The Internet of Mobile Things: Are We Making a Difference?

Wednesday Sep 28   09:00 AM to 10:00 AM (1 hour)
The Internet of Mobile Things is a wave, where different things will be connected and create a world in which ‘intelligence’ will be embedded in virtually everything around us. This will transform our understanding of human mobility with regards to cities in terms of their usage of spaces and will account for the ways we figure out how to use connectivity, proximity and interaction amongst the expected 50 billion devices by 2025. At this time, we do not know which cities are prepared to cope with the amount and diversity of devices as part of their landscape, and get into the mindset that when we measure human mobility we need to act on it. This talk will focus on recent research carried out on the benefits and limitations of the Internet of Mobile Things as the new technology to further understand human mobility in smart cities.
University at Buffalo, State University of New York
University of New Brunswick

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