IEEE IoT Newsletter - March 2020

Article 1

Bringing Machine Learning to the Deepest IoT Edge with TinyML as-a-Service

Hiroshi Doyu, Roberto Morabito, and Jan Höller

The power of machine learning can have a remarkable technological impact on the core of constrained and embedded Internet of Things (IoT). Yet various technological barriers have so far made it challeng-ing to realize the full value of ML-driven IoT at the edge. TinyML holds promise for a solution. At Erics-son Research, we are currently exploring the potential and challenges of TinyML, as well as introducing the concept of TinyML as-a-Service (TinyMLaaS) to address some of the challenges.


Article 2

For a Multi-Stakeholder Discussion on 5G in Agriculture and Rural Area Development

Saverio Romeo

The discussion of the technology communities all over the world has been strongly focussed on the coming of the 5G technology framework. Part of that discussion has been dedicated to the applications of 5G and its impact on economic sectors and on living environments. Agriculture has been a subject of that discussion. 5G is seen as the technology framework that can enable several applications, as economic growth and revenue generator, and as a competitive asset for companies and countries.


Article 3Potable Water Management with Integrated Fog Computing and LoRaWAN Technologies

Hamidreza Arkian, Dimitrios Giouroukis, Paulo Souza Junior, and Guillaume Pierre

Potable water is a precious resource in many regions of the world, and particularly in semi-desertic areas such as the South of Spain [1]. Over the previous decade, the EMIVASA company, which is in charge of water management in the city of València (Spain), has been active at the forefront of IoT technologies [2].


Article 3Antennas for Compact IoT Devices: Challenges and Perspectives

Leonardo Lizzi and Fabien Ferrero

The Internet of Things (IoT) has increased our expectations of benefit from a smart and cognitive world in the next future. We eagerly wait to effectively live in green smart cities, working in efficient smart buildings, coming back at night to our sweet smart homes, driven by a high-tech autonomous car. If this will become a reality or not depends mainly on the capacity of building a reliable massive IoT infrastructure in which billions of objects will be connected to the internet.




Article 5

IEEE Internet of Things Initiative - Upcoming Events

IEEE 6th World Forum on Internet of Things - 2020 has been postponed.
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IEEE IoT Vertical and Topical Summit on Tourism
8-9 September 2020 // Sardinia, Italy
The Summit is designed to foster dialogue amongst professionals from the industry, the public sector, and the research community from all over the world who can contribute to the development of the Hospitality Industry 4.0. Join us in Sardinia, Italy, and be part of the important and exciting IEEE IoT summit. Whether you are there to listen, to present, to see the exhibits, to have your questions answered, or are there to contribute to the discussions and dialog with some of the world’s leading experts, you will find the event meaningful and memorable.


Article 5

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This Month's Contributors

Hiroshi Doyu is part of the Ericsson Research IoT technologies team.

Roberto Morabito is an Experienced Researcher in IoT Technologies at Ericsson Research, and a Research Associate at Princeton University, USA.

Jan Höller is a Research Fellow at Ericsson Research where he is responsible for defining and driving the IoT technology and research strategies, and also to contribute to the corresponding corporate strategies.

Saverio Romeo is an associate lecturer at Birkbeck College on emerging technologies (IoT, blockchain, and AI) and their impact on innovation and policy.

Hamidreza Arkian is a Ph.D. student at the University of Rennes 1 (France) and a student member of IEEE.

Dimitrios Giouroukis is a Ph.D. student at TU Berlin (Germany), working at the DIMA research team.

Paulo Souza Jr is a Ph.D. student at the University of Rennes 1 (France) and a student member of IEEE.

Guillaume Pierre is a Professor at the University of Rennes 1 (France).

Leonardo Lizzi is currently an Associate Professor at the University Côte d’Azur, France.

Fabien Ferrero was born in Nice, France in 1980. Since 2018, he is Professor with the Laboratory of Electronics, Antennas and Telecommunications at Université Côte d'Azur.


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