Internet of Things: Workshop
27.10.2011
The conference is joining a series of other events of the Future Internet Week.

We propose during this day to introduce in the morning the audience to Virtual Objects and Cognitive technologies in IOT and also to review the potential of IOT in eHealth. Both sessions will offer a panel discussion. The afternoon is an open IERC workshop where several "Activity Chain" topics will be presented and discussed: Interoperability, Enabling Technologies and Smart Grids.

More information: Event website

Agenda
Detailed agenda of Internet of Things Workshop

General agenda is available here.

Thursday, 27th October 2011

09.00 - 11.00
Room 3
Empowering IoT through virtual objects and cognitive technologies"

Session Chair: Adbur Rahim Biswas (Create-net/iCore)



  "Mechanisms for Real World Services"

Klaus Moessner (University of Surrey/IoT.est)

"Virtual Representation of the real worlds"

Raffaele Giaffreda (Create-Net/iCore)

"Enriching application through virtual objects and cognitive loops"

Septimiu-Cosmin (Siemens/iCore)

"IoT beyond composition of virtual objects"

Jorge Pereirac-Carlos (Atos/iCore)

Panel discussion
10.30 - 11.00
Demonstration

“Future Internet Week RFID Zone - personalized context based services in the conference area“

Bartosz Lewandowski
11.00 - 11.15
Coffee break
11.15 - 12.45
Room 3
IoT and FI potential application areas, e.g. e-Health and Smart Grid

Session Chair: Dr Maurizio Pilu, MBA  
Lead Technologist - Digital
UK Technology Strategy Board
    IoT and FI potential for smart grid

"Smart Grid – Requirements on IoT/FI technologies "

Johannes Riedl (Siemens AG)

IoT and FI potential for e-Health

“The Future Internet as enabler for Distributed Patient Centered Care"

Prof. Dr. Christoph Thuemmler, PhD

“Virtualization and service aggregation in Health Care"

Mr. Julius Mueller (Fraunhofer Institute/TUB)

“Risk reduction through real time device management in surgical procedures”

Dr. Ing. Armin Schneider (Technical University Munchen)
  "Patient-oriented telemedical applications in ubiquitous telemedical networks of the future"

Aleksander Stroiński

Panel discussion
12.45 - 14.00
Lunch
14.00 - 16.30
Room 3
Session on IoT Application Scenarios, Exploitation and Interoperability










14.00 - 14.40 Session on IoT Application Scenarios and Exploitation

(IoT@Work and Elliot)
14.00 - 14.05
Short Intro

Domenico Retondi
14.05 - 14.30
Elliot application scenarios analysis

Prof. Atta Badii
14.30 - 14.40
Conclusions and future work
14.40 - 16.30 Session on Interoperability

Philippe Cousin
14.40 - 14.50
PROBE-IT PM, introduction and relaunch of AC4 activities

Chairman: P. Cousin
14.50 - 15.05
PROBE-IT project: What requirements for Interoperability
15.05 - 15.20
IoTest project: Semantic interoperability
15.20 - 15.35
UIOT6 project: IPv6 to ensure interoperability
15.35 - 15.50
IOT-A project: how to ensure interoperability and service openness from the Architecture
15.50 - 16.20
Panel and debate with all projects (ie Ebbits, I-core, Butler...) and experts
16.20 - 16.30
Conclusions and next steps
16.30 - 16.50 Coffee break
16.50 - 18.00
Room 3
Session on Enabling technologies

(Franck Le Gall)

Session Chair: Giuseppe Abreu (TBC)

Abstract for the session : Session will be dedicated to the launch of the AC9 on ‘IoT enabling technologies’. It will focus on collecting visions from IERC projects on IoT enabling technologies. Contributions will be used to build a shared definition of ‘IoT enabling technologies’ and start identifying the IoT enabling technologies. Possible future activities of the action chain will be discussed.


All IERC projects will be invited to share their views on definition and content of enabling technologies.


A 20 min panel will be proposed and will focus on the identification of the expectations for an AC on enabling technologies and foreseen interactions with other AC.

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