3rd IFIP International Internet of Things (IoT) Conference
Event submitted on Wednesday, August 12th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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This Dutch, physical-conference is a thorough discussion on literally everything IoT related. As we all know and appreciate, security is a vital element to IoT being able to function as intended and not be abused.
Deze IoT-conferentie is een van de beste van Nederland dit jaar.
The following description was either submitted by the Conference Organizer on Wednesday, August 12th 2020, or created by us.
The IFIP International Internet of Things (IoT) Conference is the annual event of IFIP totally dedicated to IoT research, innovations, and applications. The third conference in the series continues to put emphasis on the multidisciplinary nature of the IoT world. IoT covers a wide range of topics, from communication network protocols and embedded systems to data analytics and machine learning algorithms, having the objective of enabling a vast array of services in areas like e-health, mobility, energy, manufacturing, and agriculture, just to cite a few examples. IoT deployment needs also to take into consideration the security, privacy, and social aspects of networking, which need to be fully investigated to ensure real added value for the IoT users.
The IFIP IoT Conference addresses this wide variety of topics. Papers are sought to show technical advancements, research on major questions, innovation, pilot site results, and policy issues. Perspectives might be from the people and organizations involved, like researchers, users, user organizations, ICT industry, authorities, and regulators.
Main topics of interest:
- Education, training, awareness
- End-user development
- Context-dependent applications
- Environmental issues
- Organizational and collaborative structures
- Risks, privacy, security, and resilience issues
- Impact on persons and society
- Novel applications and business models
- Professionalism/duty of care
- Legal and ethical issues
- IoT networks
- IoT architectures
- IoT devices
- IoT low power design
- IoT standards
- Pilot site results
- Artificial Intelligence in IoT
- IoT Edge, fog and cloud architectures
- Distributed ledger technologies for IoT
- Interoperability of IoT deployments