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WICT IoT 2014 : WICT Internet of Things: Next Generation Internet

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Link: http://www.mirlabs.org/wict14/cfp.php
 
When Dec 8, 2014 - Dec 11, 2014
Where Malaysia
Submission Deadline Sep 30, 2014
Notification Due Oct 20, 2014
Final Version Due Nov 5, 2014
Categories    internet of things   web of things   RFID
 

Call For Papers

Internet of Things (IoT) is a global network infrastructure where in the physical and virtual objects are all made equipped with data capture and communication capabilities so that they can use the ubiquitous internet to transmit data and other controlling purposes. The physical objects of the world will be seamlessly integrated into information network. The integration may be various purposes like – data capture, monitoring and controlling among many others. Wireless links must spread beyond smart phones, PCs and Tablets.
Since the existence, the planet itself – be it nature, humans or physical objects, has been generating enormous amount of data and we have just lost it. Also, with the parallel growth of the cloud technologies, the data can be accessed, manipulated and controlled from anywhere.
The Internet of Things requires a few necessary components to enable communication between devices and objects. Objects need to be augmented with an Auto-ID technology, typically an RFID tag, so that the object is uniquely identifiable. Also, an RFID tag allows the object to wirelessly communicate certain types of information, which leads us to another requirement – the ability to monitor data. Truly smart objects will be embedded with both an RFID tag and a sensor to measure
data. The sensor may capture fluctuations in the surrounding temperature, changes in quantity, or other types of information.
The Web of Things is expected to have broad and sweeping economic and societal impact. Open standards will be critical to enabling exponential growth of the kind we experienced with the early days of the Web, that saw it growing from a handful of enthusiasts in the early nineties to a global phenomenon in just a few years. Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are playing more and more a key role in several application scenarios such as healthcare, agriculture, environment monitoring, and
smart metering.

Specific topics of interest
Recommended topics (for IoT) include but are not limited to the following:
Security for homes, businesses and public settings
Healthcare at home and in hospitals
Manufacturing, construction and retail
Transportation: cars, buses, metro, trains
Utilities: electricity, water, gas, drainage
Energy efficiency, smart appliances and the smart grid
Managing emergencies: floods, fires, earthquakes and civil disturbances
Role of Semantics
User Interfaces
Scalability
Open Market
Mesh wireless sensors technology and case studies
Real time locating systems (RTLS) assessed: WiFi, UWB, ultrasound Indoor Positioning
Systems
Passive RFID and passive RFID sensors
Indoor Positioning Systems IPS
Ultra low power electronics
Energy storage for the internet of things
Energy harvesting
Printed and ubiquitous electronics

Chair : Chintan Bhatt, Charotar University of Science And Technology, India
Dr. Amit Ganatra, Charotar University of Science And Technology, India
Ritesh Patel, Charotar University of Science And Technology, India
For any inquiry, please contact chintanbhatt.ce@charusat.ac.in

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