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GIOTS Workshop on Scaling Up IoT - Pilots & Scalability, End-User and Market Adoption, Data Protection and Exploitation, Cross-Domain and Smart Cities Integration

Paper Sessions
11:30 AM, Tuesday 5 Jun 2018 (1 hour 30 minutes)
Networking Lunch   01:00 PM to 02:00 PM (1 hour)

While the technological enablers for the Internet of Things are emerging and being adopted by the market, the process of testing, validating and demonstrating new Internet of Things technologies and solutions is still challenging. After being tested in laboratories, IoT technologies and solutions must go through the implementation of pilots and demonstrators. Such pilots are source of knowledge that contributes to extend the Internet of Things Science. 

A fundamental factor that will impact the evolution of the Internet of Things technology and solutions is related to their adoption by end users and by the market. The Internet of Things constitutes a new interface between technology, market and end-user acceptance. New paradigms and models are required to address more complex ecosystems with multitenant dimensions. The IoT is also characterized by a multilayered architecture. Beyond IoT systems deployments, the availability of powerful data analytics technologies enabling new forms of IoT data exploitation. IoT data become multi-functional by nature. In parallel, such IoT data exploitation has to comply with new regulatory requirements, such as the European General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) aiming at protecting personal data and privacy.

The Workshop on IoT Pilots, Adoption, Privacy and Scalability (IPAPS) will focus on research and demonstrations at the interface between the technology and the environment in which these technologies are deployed or intend to be deployed. It will encompass the life cycle of Internet of Things technologies, from the lab to the real world and their effective adoption by end-users, the society and the market. The technical topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  •  IoT large scale pilots, deployments and demonstrations 
  • IoT scalability and reliability 
  • IoT testing technologies 
  • End-user engagement, tools and methodologies 
  • IoT in Smart cities 
  • IoT Privacy, security and data protection 
  • IoT data management and data analytics 
  • IoT business modelling and exploitation strategies 
  • IoT market analysis and studies 
  • IoT cross-domain interoperability and integration 

This workshop is supported by EU projects U4IoT, Create-IoT, Privacy Flag, FInterop, Synchronicity

1570438283 “NETIoT: a versatile IoT platform integrating sensors and Applications”: Tudor Rogojanu, Mihai Ghita, Valeriu–Daniel Stanciu and Radu-Ioan Ciobanu (University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania); Radu C Marin (Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania); Florin Pop and Ciprian Dobre (University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania)

1570438361 “Digital waste management using LoRa network a business case from lab to fab”: Michail Beliatis, Hussam Mansour, Szabolcs Nagy, Annabeth Aagaard and Mirko Alexander Presser (Aarhus University, Denmark)

1570438391 “Smart City Services Over a Global Interoperable Internet-of-Things System: The Smart Parking Case”: Pablo Sotres, Carmen López de laTorre and Luis Sanchez (University of Cantabria, Spain); SeungMyeong Jeong and Jaeho Kim (Korea Electronics Technology Institute, Korea)

1570445181 “A First Step Toward an IoT Network Dedicated to The Sustainable Developement of a Territory”: Gilles Orazi, Genevieve Fontaine and Philippe Chemla (SCIC TETRIS, France); Mengxuan Zhao and Franck Le Gall (Easy Global Market, France); Philippe Cousin (eGlobalMark, France)