Internet of Things – our environment becomes intelligent!
The 2011 CMI conference addressed IoT technologies and architectures, applications of IoT, market and business models, user requirements and user perspectives, and regulation and policy issues. The conference brought together representatives from industry and academia to discuss the status and trends, innovations and research challenges. Furthermore, the aim of the conference is to capture the state-of-the-art by identifying emerging research topics and defining the future of IoT.
Thursday, November 24, 2011
SESSION I - Chairman: Knud Erik Skouby, CMI
“Internet of Things – a Scandinavian perspective” - Josef Noll, University Graduate Center, Kjeller, Norway
“Regulatory aspects of IoT” - Finn Petersen, Ministry of Business and Growth, Denmark
“IoT: Some key aspects of International Spectrum Regulation and Standardization” - Steffen Ring, Motorola Solutions Inc.
“Internet of Things” - Kim Escherich, IBM Denmark
SESSION II- Chairman: Morten Falch, CMI
“Internet of Things and Smart Homes” - Per Lynggaard, CMI
"Internet of Wireless Things under Attacks" - Henrik Tange & Samant Khajuria
CWSA, Copenhagen University College of Engineering (IHK)
Discussant: Bipjeet Kaur, CWSA
“IPv6 development and its impacts on IoT” - Anders Henten & Reza Tadayoni, CMI
Discussant: Knud Erik Skouby, CMI
SESSION III - Chairman: Henning Olesen, CMI
“Is user involvement the key to the Smart Grid?” - Christian von Scholten, NorthQ
”Making modern living possible - the products are ready” - Morten Bang Jørgensen, Danfoss
Friday, November 25, 2011
SESSION IV - Chairman: Iwona Windekilde, CMI
“Decision Theory based Object Classification for the Internet of Things” - Neeli Prasad, Center for TeleInfrastucture (CTiF), Aalborg University. Discussant: Birger Andersen, CWSA
“Defining Internet of Things – A reasoning framework” - Albena Mihovska, Center for TeleInfrastucture (CTiF), Aalborg University
Discussant: Camilla Bonde, CMI
“Context-aware social networks: SoLin” - Klaus David, University of Kassel, Germany. Discussant: Morten Falch, CMI
SESSION V - Chairman: Lene Sørensen, CMI
“Embedded Technology in Construction” - Kresten Storgaard, Danish Building Research Institute (SBI)
”Architectural Visualization with Consumer Gadgets” - Kasper Paaske Larsen, Rambøll Denmark A/S
SESSION VI - Chairman: Reza Tadayoni, CMI
”Internet of things within ITS” - Christian Kloch, Danish Technological Institute
”From single task to new concept. Human resources are scarce – hence our environment must become intelligent!” - Bjørn Bagge, Muninspot Technology
“From Technologies to Business’ – Auto-ID technologies and benefits” - Finn Olesen Zoëga, Danish Technological Institute
Call for Papers
The Internet of Things (IoT) will introduce significant changes in our life and help realizing the vision of “ambient intelligence”. Within a few years we will be surrounded by a huge amount of sensors, devices and “things”, which will be able to communicate via IP, act “intelligently”, and provide support for users in managing their tasks. These new smart objects will also be context-aware and be able to perform certain functions autonomously, calling for new forms of communication between people and things and between things themselves.
Examples of this rapidly growing area are sensor networks, smart phones and peripherals, intelligent buildings and ambient-assisted living. Moreover, the IoT future will bring an important contribution to the economy and promote the development of areas as smart cities, green IoT, health care, intelligent transport, supply chain management, factory automation and many other sectors and industries.
The 2011 CMI conference will address IoT technologies and architectures, applications of IoT, market and business models, user requirements and user perspectives, and regulation and policy issues. The conference will bring together representatives from industry and academia to discuss the status and trends, innovations and research challenges. Furthermore, the aim of the conference is to capture the state-of-the-art by identifying emerging research topics and defining the future of IoT.
Thus, the research frontiers in a variety of areas such as green IoT, mobile IoT, business and applications, RFID technology and web of things will be in the focus.