Internet of Things Conference 2010 - Tokyo, Japan
IoT for a Green Planet
29 November 2010 12:00 AM
01 December 2010 12:00 AM
|Where||Tokyo, Royal Park Hotel|
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IoT-A will hold a dedicated workshop session with the title:
From the Intranet of Things to the Internet of Things - Establishing a Common Architecture for the Internet of Things
All participants are welcomed to join this session and discuss with the panel
This session is dedicated to discussing and presenting the needs and requirements posed upon a universal architecture enabling the emergence of a true internet of things and to achieve the transition from an intranet of things to the internet of things. The speakers in the session will present the initial approach of the EU FP7 IoT-A project as well as of the European IoT cluster (IERC) towards establishing a truly applicable IoT architecture and will present and discuss the proposed European IoT strategy for establishing a world wide accepted concept for the web of things.
The presentations will highlight amongst others the technical challenges of establishing a federated universal Internet of Things Architecture and will also elaborate on barriers and roadblocks that are already visible today. Additionally, the concept of an IoT stakeholder group will be outlined that is currently being established to gather requirements for the future IoT and to validate the intermediate steps of the architecture reference model. The stakeholder group shall federate all those institutions that are currently involved in the development of IoT applications, services, or are dealing with regulatory issues or expecting to become involved in this topic in the future. Finally, a short panel discussion will open the floor for question and answers and discuss the challenges and barriers ahead with the audience.
Sebastian Lange - IoT-A Coordinator, Senior Consultant, VDI/VDE-IT, Germany
Peter Friess - Head of the IERC (IOT European Research Cluster), European Commission, Belgium
Noboru Koshizuka - Vice Director YRP UNL, Professor University Tokyo, tbc
Stephan Haller - Research Program Manager, SAP Research, Swizerland
Niko Hossain - Research Scientist, Fraunhofer Institute IML, Dortmund, German