IEEE IoT Courses
- Exploring IoT Industry Applications: Paving the Way for Future IoT Applications in Healthcare
- Exploring IoT Industry Applications: Limitations of Wireless Technology on Healthcare IoT
- Exploring IoT Industry Applications: The Evolution of Internet of Things for Healthcare
SGIoT 2017 Call for Workshops
The 1st EAI International Conference on Smart Grid Assisted Internet of Things (SGIoT 2017)
11-13 July 2017, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada
The SGIoT 2017 Conference caters for a limited number of workshops on dedicated session topics. The aim of these workshops is to discuss work in progress and explore opportunities for new research related to a topic of interest within the context of the conference. Proposals will be evaluated regarding relevance and anticipated interest, and should include Workshop title, presenter information, abstract, and intended audience.
A workshop proposal should contain:
- Title of the workshop
- A brief description of the specific technical issues that the workshop will address
- The reasons why the workshop is interesting and timely
- A draft call for papers, including the workshop submission deadlines
- Tentative composition of the organizing and program committees
Presentations delivered during the workshops are based on papers that have been selected through peer-review process. Accepted workshop papers are included in the Conference Proceedings. Best workshop paper publications may be included in various Transactions or other journals. Proposals for workshops should be at most four pages in length.
The deadline for the workshop proposal submission: 1st of October 2016
The deadline for the workshop paper submission: 1st of February 2017
For details about the event, and submission instructions, visit http://sgiot.org/2017/show/home.
Articles & Publications
IEEE Talks IoT
Check out our ongoing series of Q&A articles with the IEEE experts!
Read our latest Q&A with George Corser, assistant professor of computer science and information systems at Saginaw Valley State University. In this interview, Corser explores some of the key considerations and challenges for security in a variety of IoT applications, including autonomous ones.
The IEEE IoT eNewsletter is looking for authors!
The IEEE IoT eNewsletter is a bi-monthly online publication that features practical and timely technical information and forward-looking commentary on IoT developments and deployments around the world. We are currently looking for authors to contribute articles for future issues. Learn more about how to contribute an article.
Read more articles on the Publications page.
IEEE IoT Webinar: Integrating the IoT and Cultural Heritage in the Smart City
Presenter: Roberto Minerva
Telecom Italia Lab
Achieving smartness in cities through IoT is difficult because it requires integration of different technologies, processes, and administrative domains but, even more challenging, it requires the ability to see the city as a large complex system. As well, a city is largely characterized by its cultural heritage that makes it different from any other city. To quantify and leverage cultural heritage within the large context of a multidisciplinary effort of IoT deployments is a huge challenge.
In addition to domain-specific technological issues, there exist further challenges in business, social, and regulation realms that are deeply intertwined. These intricacies can greatly impact the deployment and the success of IoT deployment within Smart Cities. But, a city’s cultural heritage can and should also be a factor in the creation of its unique path to smartness.
This webinar provides a view on some major technology challenges of the IoT, covers critical business and social issues that could hamper the large deployment of IoT systems within smart cities and provides examples related to the creation of a future city that leverages its cultural heritage and specific needs using Venice, Italy as the example.
View more webinars on the Webinars page.
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