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Call for Papers

 
Industry practitioners, researchers, technology developers, academic professionals and business strategists are invited to submit original papers for presentation at the 3rd Annual IoT Global Innovation Forum 2017. Papers are invited on the topics listed below and related subjects.

>> Please submit your papers here: https://www.edas.info/N23232

Area 1: IoT Business Models, Trends, and Strategies for Deployment

  • Applications of sensor data to generate value in specific business environments
  • Success strategies and business models for emerging IoT applications
  • Measuring IoT value and maximizing ROI
  • Implementation case studies and lessons learned across industry verticals
  • Utilizing IoT technology to move existing business operations and models to new levels
  • Collaborating and integrating across ecosystem partners and technology providers

    Area 2: Enabling IoT Technology Advances

  • Progress in IoT interoperability and integration across devices
  • Big Data frameworks for IoT
  • Sensors: technology and developments
  • Wireless sensor network (WSN) advances
  • Virtual / soft sensors, multi-sensing, and sensor fusion
  • Sensor analytics
  • Architecture systems for IoT pervasive sensing and data sharing
  • Embedded systems and connected embedded devices in IoT
  • IoT platforms and software advances
  • Current R&D, experimental and pilot IoT projects
  • Data streaming and parsing tools and strategies
  • Semantic web, IoT, and the evolving next-generation Internet
  • Cloud computing, wireless sensor networks, and communication advances
  • Standards and control system technologies
  • Storage of scalable high-volume IoT data
  • Software-defined networks and IoT
  • Next-generation chips for meeting IoT needs
  • Device interoperability, integration, and standards
  • Data management and Big Data analytics for IoT applications
  • Mobile cloud computing advances
  • IPv6 and the future of IoT
  • Wireless Wide Area Network (WWAN) and Wireless IoT WAN
  • Low-Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN)
  • NB-IOT (Narrowband IOT) Networks
  • Random Phase Multiple Access (RPMA)
  • Cellular IoT (CIOT)
  • SIM for M2M and IoT s.ervices
  • Edge cloud for IoT
  • Combinatorial data and IoT edge processing

    Area 3: IoT Security and Privacy

  • Artificial intelligence to support security in IoT
  • Data security and personal information privacy
  • IoT security threats and solutions
  • Device and communication protocol security
  • Securing the Cloud
  • Convergence of cyber systems, physical systems, and humans
  • New technologies for enhancing data security and privacy
  • Holistic and integrated strategies to addressing risk
  • Avoiding security incidents in IoT implementations

    Area 4: Consumer IoT, Wearables, and Impact on Society

  • Designing human-focused IoT applications
  • Latest developments in consumer electronics and wearables
  • The human-machine interface
  • Virtual reality systems
  • Connected home entertainment devices
  • Connected cars
  • Enabling next-generation wearable devices

    Area 5: IoT Smart Buildings, Connected Homes, and Smart Cities

  • Designing human-focused IoT applications
  • Smart products in the Connected Home and the role of IoT
  • Network and network protocols for smart city, building, and home IoT applications
  • Connected system elements
  • Wireless mesh networks and IoT wireless protocols
  • Law enforcement and public safety applications
  • IoT in building energy management and automation systems
  • Home energy conservation
  • IoT for enhancing citizen engagement and interaction
  • Smart City IoT case studies and pilots
  • Smart government
  • Urban ICT advances
  • Aggregation of Smart Homes into Smart Communities

    Area 6: Industrial IoT: Applications in Manufacturing, Commercial and Retail Environments

  • Industrial IoT advances, impacts, and case studies
  • Improving performance and optimizing digital operations via IoT
  • Role of IoT in increasing Big Data impact on manufacturing
  • Industrial process control and production monitoring
  • Workforce communication, coordination and data sharing
  • Productivity and quality assurance advances
  • Industry-specific deployments, trials and lessons learned to date
  • Developing agile and flexible production processes
  • IoT and corporate IT systems
  • IoT industrial automation
  • Supply chain management
  • Predictive maintenance for industrial IoT
  • Emergence of the Smart Factory
  • Augmented reality, wearables, and industrial IoT
  • Teleoperation and smart robotics
  • IoT in utilities, oil & gas, and energy sector
  • IoT smart grid, demand response, and the New Energy Internet
  • Healthcare applications: e-Wellness, assisted living
  • IoT in finance industry
  • Smart tracking (cargo and transport)
  • Enterprise smart glasses and workforce enablement
  • Internet of People (IoP) / Internet of Workers (IoW)
  • Smart network infrastructures for industrial IoT

    Area 7: IoT in Transportation and Traffic Management

  • Smart parking
  • Electric vehicle and public transportation applications of IoT
  • IoT smart charging networks
  • Traffic monitoring and flow management
  • IoT in intelligent street lighting

    Area 8: Climate Control, Waste Management and Environmental Monitoring

  • Improving the performance of water plants and networks
  • CO2 emissions and pollution monitoring
  • Natural disaster and emergency notification applications of IoT
  • Agricultural IoT and irrigation management
  • Water metering and leak detection
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