International workshop on networking and object memories for the internet of things (NOMe-IoT 2011)

Chi Harold Liu, Alexander Kröner, Chris Speed, Pan Hui, Fahim Kawsar, Wenjie Wang, Dan Wang, Thomas Ploetz, Boris Brandherm, Michael Schneider, Jens Haupert, Peter Stephan

In: Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing. International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (Ubicomp-11) 13th September 17-21 Beijing China Seiten 621-622 UbiComp '11 ISBN 978-1-4503-0630-0 ACM New York, NY, USA 9/2011.


Following the prognosis that predicts 50 to 100 billions of Internet-connected things by 2020, we are now at the cross section of a paradigm shift and observing the metamorphosis that everyday things are going through: from things that learned-to-do to things that are learning-to-think, and finally to things that will learn-to-perceive (sense and response). The Internet of Things (IoT) technology is at the heart of this metamorphosis, and is rapidly gaining global attention from academia, industries, and governments. Manifold definitions of IoT trace back to the ITU vision, and also available from European Commission. In general, the IoT concept allows bidirectional communications among device, network, and backend data centers. It covers a wide scope of technologies including wireless/wired sensing, networking, computing and control, which together build feasible complex cyber physical systems (CPS) to support diverse applications, including smart grid, healthcare, intelligent transportation, and logistics, etc. [...]


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