IEEE IoT Newsletter - September 2019


Article 1

Making IoT Applications Enterprise-Friendly

Jan Höller and Senthamiz Selvi A

The reach of IoT applications is into nearly all sectors of the global economy. The total transformative economic potential of IoT has been valued at up to 11 TUSD per year by 2025 [1].  However, the value is spread across a spectrum of applications from different sectors.


Article 2

Why Trusted Execution Environment and Security by Separation on IoT Edge Devices Are Important?

Carlos Moratelli, Ramão Tiago Tiburski, Sergio Johann, Everton de Matos, and Fabiano Hessel

The Internet is changing quickly into a model where billions of everyday objects will be interconnected, which we call the Internet of Things (IoT). Traditionally, IoT devices communicate directly with the Cloud, but that is changing to a layered architecture. The direct IoT-Cloud model works poorly for a fair share of all applications.


Article 3Breaching Boundaries and Building Frameworks - Tapping into Future IoT Industry Growth with oneM2M

Chonggang Wang

In the earliest days of the Internet of Things (IoT), when the market first began to take shape, solution providers centered their focus on connectivity. This – the intricacies involved in connecting billions of devices and assets to the Internet – was just the beginning.


Article 4From Asynchronous to Real-Time Communication: How Is the Process Industry Getting Prepared for The Next Level IoT?

Vivart Kapoor

Automation engineering specially in the process industry has always been a challenging area. The rapidly changing market environment demands higher productivity in the factories at lower (or ideally no) risks. Introduction of industrial internet of thing demonstrated how one can achieve higher productivity in a factory environment by collecting the sensor data and analyzing it in the cloud. This, in turn, gave birth to other productivity enhancement tools like predictive maintenance, asset monitoring, and tracking, digital twin and so on.




Article 5

IEEE Internet of Things Initiative - Upcoming Events

IEEE 6th World Forum on Internet of Things
5-8 April 2020 // New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
The 6th IEEE World Forum on the Internet of Things (WF-IoT 2020) seeks original technical papers and proposals. Please visit the website for more information.

Technical Paper Submissions: 3 November 2019


IEEE 3rd Vertical and Topical Summit
26-27 January 2020 // San Antonio, Texas, USA
The 3rd IoT Vertical and Topical Summit at seeks participation, papers and submissions. Please visit the website for more information.

Technical Paper Submissions: 22 September 2019


Article 5

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This Month's Contributors

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.

Senthamiz Selvi A is an Experienced Researcher at Ericsson Research, India, currently focusing on the areas of the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence.

Carlos Roberto Moratelli received his Ph.D. in computer science from PUCRS.

Ramão Tiago Tiburski received his M.S. degree in computer science from PUCRS.

Sérgio F. Johann received his Ph.D. degree in computer science from PUCRS.

Everton de Matos received his M.S. degree in computer science from PUCRS.

Fabiano Hessel (IEEE Member) is Full Professor of Computer Science at PUCRS.

Chonggang Wang received his Ph.D. degree from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications in 2002.

Vivart Kapoor is the Director of Industrial Internet of Things Solutions at Endress+Hauser in Germany.


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