IoT Week 2023 Workshops
Explore the Latest Trends and Innovations in IoT
Join us at IoT Week for a variety of informative and thought-provoking workshops! From exploring cutting-edge technologies and architectures to addressing critical societal challenges, these workshops offer something for everyone.
Whether you’re interested in next-generation architectures, sustainable energy, or digital rights, these workshops offer a unique opportunity to learn from experts in the field and connect with like-minded professionals.
Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to expand your knowledge and stay ahead of the curve in the world of digital technologies!
by SLICES SC/PP/RI Projects
This seminar will introduce SLICES – a flexible platform designed to support large-scale, experimental research focused on networking protocols, radio technologies, services, data collection, parallel and distributed computing and in particular cloud and edge-based computing architectures and services.
Sustainable energy, a practical use case for scaling IoT to a high-frequency energy cloud
by AMIS Conclusion
The workshop will demonstrate AMIS Conclusion experience in large scale usage of IoT supporting the energy transition at the largest energy company in The Netherlands adding 50.000 energy devices to a high frequency energy grid and steering the energy network within seconds and being able to reduce the carbon footprint, increase the percentage of sustainable energy.
Eratosthenes Project Workshop
by Universidad de Murcia
The workshop looks to cluster and open discussion between several EU projects in the area of IoT and Security. They should present their results and have a discussion on possible synergies.
H2020-AURORAL Project Workshop
This session will introduce the IoT innovation opened by Alentejo Protocol that welcomes a definition of Smart Communities built on a multi-disciplinary and human-centered approach that fosters personal development, participation, and a sense of belonging to European society.
II Workshop of the ASSIST-IoT approach to NGIoT architecture design and implementation
by Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV)
Within the workshop, the following questions should be addressed:
– which process do we need to turn to global agreements and how far are we?
– which kind of specifications are allowed to come with top-down momentum?
– primarily the GIDS will exist of a huge base of metadata, how do we want to organise this space, what kind of metadata is required, etc.?
Structuring the GIDS
by Dr. Peter Wittenburg from the FDOF
It is obvious that currently a huge number of “data spaces” are emerging bottom-up leading to extensive heterogeneity and fragmentation. At a certain moment, we need to turn the game and bring in top-down considerations and pressure from funders and organisations. This process could be seen in any kind of large infrastructure and will repeat in GIDS.
TERMINET H2020 – NextGen IoT Architectures Workshop
by Centre for Research and Technology Hellas
The aim of the workshop is to gather H2020 ICT-56 funded projects and other relevant ones and have a fruitful discussion on Next Generation IoT architectures. Projects will be invited to give a short presentation on their view and achievements, followed by a round table discussion where also attendees will be able to ask questions. 4-6 projects are expected to participate, giving a wide range of technologies and approach to NextGen IoT.
The emergence of the Cloud-Edge-IoT Continuum: Tech advances and market opportunities Project – EU Cloud-Edge-IoT (UNLOCK-CEI)
The proposed session aims at establishing a dialogue between the demand and supply side of the Cloud-Edge-IoT value chain to:
– Bring the different stakeholders of CEI ecosystem together to discuss the drivers and barriers
– Discuss the promising use-cases from both sides to highlight the synergies and gaps
– Understand the challenges and possible ways to address them
Importance of Digital Rights – Smart Docklands
by Smart Docklands
The goal of this session will be to showcase the importance of digital rights, particularly in relation to the provision of digital services within cities. Participants will gain an understanding of the opportunities and risks driven by technology and the need to place transparency, community participation and accountability at the forefront.