IoT6 Dissemination

2.3. Disseminating Knowledge in Year 3

The IoT6 project has stepped up in high gear to get the word out to strategic events and workshops that play an important role in the project's engagement with a wide range of stakeholders.

2.3.1. Main Conferences and Workshops in Year 3

The following events were the major focus of this project:

2.3.1.1. Globecom 2013, Atlanta, December 9th-13th , 2013

The IoT6-led IEEE ComSoC IoT Subcommittee won a session for an IOT Symposium track with CFP that has attracted over 55 papers worldwide from which only 13 were allowed to be selected for the 3 sessions. The three sessions are as follows:

Two Industry Forum sessions were won by some members of the IoT6 IIAB for Globecom 2013:

2.3.1.2. IEEE World Forum on IOT 2014, March 6th-8th, 2014, Korea  

The IEEE World Forum on Internet of Things 2014 was held in Seoul, South Korea in March 2014. This flagship conference featured a comprehensive technical program including numerous sessions, tutorials, and an industrial exhibition. The program featured prominent keynote speakers and vendor exhibits. Proposals for tutorials and industry exhibits were also invited. Extended abstracts describing research at the initial stage or relevant industrial results were also invited.

The IoT6-led IEEE ComSoc IoT Subcommittee, endorsed this event with its IoT logo and was in the TPC of the overall conference. This event also organised a IoT6 Korean Workshop and IEEE World Forum on Internet of Things 2014 in Seoul, Korea on March 6th-8th, 2014 with following agenda:

IoT6 organized a second workshop in Korea together with its Korean partner KAIST. The workshop was held a few days before the IEEE World Forum on IoT in Seoul. The Korean workshop programme included, among others: a half-day workshop with ETRI to explore potential opportunities of cooperation between IoT6, European partners and Korean research partners. It was agreed to explore synergies and cooperation links in the area of standardization; to explore potential cooperation on H2020 calls, to invite ETRI to join the IoT Week and to keep contacts and continue exploring links of future cooperation.

 

2.3.1.3. Paris IPv6 Summit 2014, March 19th, 2014, Paris

The V6 World Congress brings together ISPs, Enterprises, equipment vendors, and industry leaders to share their experiences, skills, and knowledge of deploying IPv6 worldwide.

IoT6 organised a session to promote the results to the IPv6 focused community in their yearly IPv6 Summits in Europe:

The IoT6 Project Officer, Dr. Jorge Pereira was invited to do a remote opening speech from FIA Athens to convey his message on IPv6:

 

2.3.1.4. FIA Athens 2014 Demo, March 18th-30th, Greece

FIA Athens 2014 constitutes the 11th consecutive conference of the Future Internet Assembly, which is a collaboration of more than 150 projects, aiming at strengthening European activities on the Future Internet to maintain European competitiveness in the global marketplace.

An IoT6 demonstration was set up for the FIA conference. The demonstration illustrated several outcomes of IoT6:

  • The potential of IPv6 to integrate heterogeneous components of the Internet of Things together, including:
    • Local sensors and actuators
    • Digcovery service (based in Spain)
    • Smart Things Information Service (based in Korea)
    • Software as a Service (SaaS) (based in Paris)
    • Remote integration of smart buildings/offices (based in Geneva)
  • The demo included several sensors and actuators enabling local interactions, including multi-protocol interactions. The whole deployment will be connected through IPv6 to the remote resources (DigCovery, STIS, SaaS, Smart Office).

Figure 4: Demo team (François, Toma and Michael)

The Project Officer made sure IPv6 was enabled on the conference network and WiFi during the Athens conference. An interesting finding from the conference was that the network could have possibly been run through GRnet deploying IPv6 from the  6NET years so that out of 768 delegate users, 587 were using IPv6 without probably even knowing it.

Figure 5: Future Internet Assembly in Athens

 

2.3.1.5. Future Internet Summit 2014, June 12th-13th, 2014, Luxembourg

Hosted by SnT, the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security and Trust, the 5th Summit on the Future Internet offers a series of crucially important debates with the participation of key policy makers, business leaders and academics. It was the event for discussing lessons learnt and for driving key Future Internet developments. With specific focus on the European dimension, the debates set the scene for the forthcoming R&D landscape in the context of H2020, for the broader perspectives that need to be taken by industry to reap the benefits of the future and for a balanced and innovative regulatory and policy reform.

IoT6 participated in this Summit by organising the conference and moderating a number of Sessions. The Conference Organiser was Latif Ladid of UL http://future-internet.uni.lu/.

June 12th, 2014

Session 1: Future Internet in European Research: Promises and Accomplishments

Moderator: Dr. Joao da Silva, Research Fellow SnT

11:20 – 12:50 | Panel Discussion

Session 3: Smart Cities

Moderator: Sébastien Ziegler, Founder and Director General of Mandat International

16:00 – 17:30 | Panel Discussion

  • Prof. Dr. Luis Muñoz, University of Cantabria, Spain
  • Prof. Khaldoun Al Agha, LRI
  • Animesh Pathak, Inria Paris-Rocquencourt

Session 2: Communications – Networking

Moderator: Prof. Dr. Luis M. Correia

14:00 - 15:30 | Panel Discussion

Session 4: Data Centres, Open Data, Big Data

Moderator: Latif Ladid, Research Fellow SnT

11:20 – 12:50 | Panel Discussion

 

2.3.1.6. IoT Forum and IoT Week, June 16th-20th, 2014, London 2014

The Internet of Things International Forum aims at the development of a worldwide interoperable Internet of Things, addressing technology barriers, business and societal challenges to create the conditions for a truly worldwide Internet of Things ecosystem and market. It does this through promoting international dialogue and cooperation on the Internet of Things between diverse actors from industry, research and  government and across sectors.

MI is a Founder and Board member and host of the IoT Forum and played a leading part during the IoT Week programme. IoT6 took part in the Technology WG session of the International IoT Forum (London, June 2014) and presented the IPv6 vision in IoT. Moreover, MI organized with the other IoT6 members, special sessions on IoT and IPv6 which strengthened the links and aligned the visions on IPv6 potential forIoT related projects.

During IoT Week 2014, MI organized two IoT6-related sessions including:

IoT Emerging Standards

  • Chaired by Sébastien Ziegler (MI), Coordinator of IoT6 project, with:

  • Latif Ladid, Chair of the IPv6 Forum and IEEE IoT Subcommittee, SnT/UL

  • Marco Carugi, ITU

  • Patrick Guillemin, ETSI

  • Pascal Thubert, Chair of the 6TiSCH Working Group at the IETF

  • Denise McKenzie, OGC

The Internet of Things success will be driven by the integration and harmonization of all communication systems federating our work and life. Therefore, the systems can provide ubiquitous communication and computing with the purpose of defining a new generation of services.
This session explored the recent development in the area of standardization related to the Internet of Things. It discussed the potential of emerging standards to provide a global access and better integration of a  highly fragmented Internet of Things. This will address the issues regarding emerging communication requirements in terms of lightweight versions of IPv6-related protocols, emerging semantics, platforms, and  application requirements. Our speakers and panelists are leading experts from various standardization bodies and will share with you their views on the most promising on-going developments in terms of  standardization for the Internet of Things.

IoT - IPv6 – Towards a Global Convergence

Chaired by Sébastien Ziegler (MI), Coordinator of IoT6 project with:

  • Latif Ladid, Chair of the IPv6 Forum, SnT/UL

  • Jorge Pereira, European Commission

  • Srdjan Krco, Ericsson

  • Bruno Smets, Philips Lighting

  • Antonio Skarmeta, University of Murcia

  • Pascal Thubert, Chair of the 6TiSCH Working Group at the IETF

  • Veronika McKillop, Cisco and President of the UK IPv6 Council

 

Take the Internet where no other network has been before” states Dr. Vint Cerf, one of the Founders of the Internet and Honorary Chairman of the IPv6 Forum. Indeed, the Internet of Things (IoT) is taking the Internet where no network has been before with expected 50 Bio connected devices. The Internet of Things success will be driven by the integration and harmonisation of all communication systems federating our  work and life. Thereby, the systems can provide ubiquitous communication and computing with the purpose of defining a new generation of services. In this context, IPv6 appears to be a key enabler in terms of  scalability, interoperability and reliability.
The panel presented and discussed recent trends related to IPv6 and Internet of Things convergence, by gathering research and industrial perspectives with a paradigm shift in defragmenting the Internet of Things through IPv6. The session addressed the issues regarding emerging communication requirements in terms of lightweight versions of IPv6-related protocols, emerging semantics, platforms, and application  requirements. The IoT impact in the security and privacy requirements will be also taken into account since it is one of the major pending challenges for the IoT. Finally, the definition of new advanced architectures and models for the IoT integration with the Cloud Computing, and Big Data frameworks was also considered.

 

2.3.1.7. ICT Spring 2014, July 3rd and 4th, 2014, Luxembourg

 

The ICT Spring Europe is an influential voice in the worldwide Tech Community whose aim is to encourage conversations and the sharing of opinions on innovations and trends as well as providing an excellent networking opportunity for business decision makers, innovation managers, start-ups, researchers and venture capitalists, on a European-wide scale.
The IoT6 project organised a workshop and a demo during this event on July 3rd-4th, 2014. http://www.ictspring.com/

The Agenda was as follows:

Moderator: Latif Ladid, UL/IPv6 Forum President

  • IPv6 and IoT Services: Sébastien Ziegler, Coordinator IoT6 Project, President & CEO, Mandate International, Switzerland
  • IPv6, Security & Privacy in IOT: Prof. Antonio Skarmetta, IoT6 Project, UMU, Spain
  • IPv6 in the Mobile World: Dr. Srdjan Krco, Co-founder and CEO at DunavNET

The demo was led by Dejan Drajic (Duvanet) and Maria Rita Palattella (UL) and Cedric Gretaz (MI).

Figure 6: Dejan Drajic of Duvanet

Impact of IPv6 on Internet of Things (IoT) in the Banking Sector and SMEs

The public IPv4 address space managed by IANA (http://www.iana.org) has been completely depleted by Feb 1st, 2011. This creates by itself an interesting challenge when adding new things and enabling new services on the Internet for the banking sector and the SMEs. The IoT capabilities would be greatly reduced without public IP addresses. Most discussions about IoT have been based on the illusionary assumption that the IP address space is an unlimited resource or it’s even taken for granted that IP is like oxygen produced for free by nature. However, IPv6 is ready to take on this challenge.

In the early 90s, IPv6 was designed by the IETF IPng (Next Generation) Working Group and promoted by the IPv6 Forum since 1999. Expanding the IPv4 protocol suite with larger address space and defining new capabilities restoring end to end connectivity, and end to end services, several IETF Working Groups have worked on many deployment scenarios with transition models to interact with IPv4 infrastructure and services. They have also enhanced a combination of features that were not tightly designed or scalable in IPv4. These features were IP mobility, ad hoc services, etc. catering for the extreme scenario where IP becomes a commodity service enabling lowest cost networking deployment of large scale sensor networks, RFID, SmartGrid, IP in the car or to any imaginable scenario where networking adds value to the commodity.

This expert session wishes to restore some sanity in this area discussing the open and scalable architecture model and showcase with examples on how the Banking Sector and the SMEs could exploit the new features provided by IPv6 and IOT.

 

2.3.1.8. esIOT 2014 Conference, July 2nd-4th, 2014, Birmingham, UK

Extending Seamlessly to the Internet of Things (esIoT) is an international workshop focused on the integration aspects of the Internet of Things (IoT). This workshop provides a forum to elaborate on ideas and  approaches to adapt, extend, or bridge the existing IoT building blocks, such as ETSI M2M, ZigBee, IPv6/6LoWPAN, RFID, and legacy networked embedded systems. In addition, the impact of the IoT on industry,  business, and society, including security and privacy requirements, will be discussed.

IoT6 Project Partners, Antonio F. Skarmeta (Univ. Murcia, Spain) and Antonio J. Jara (Univ. of Applied Sci. Western Switzerland (HESSO) were Workshop Chairs as show in the following program.

Workshop Chairs

  1. Antonio F. Skarmeta (Univ. Murcia, Spain)
  2. Antonio J. Jara (Univ. of Applied Sci. Western Switzerland (HESSO), Switzerland)

Tracks & Topics:

Extending things to Internet through IPv6

  • Architectures and Middlewares for Internet of Things integration
  • Global connectivity
  • End to End / Machine to Machine (M2M) protocols
  • Protocols for smart things: 6LoWPAN / DASH7 / ZigBee IP
  • Mobility management
  • Cloud computing and things internetworking
  • Standardization and regulatory issues

Web of Things

  • Lightweight RestFul / CoAP / Lightweight SOAP
  • Lightweight data structured  (EXI)
  • Resource Directory approaches
  • Semantic description of things and services
  • New patterns to communicate with things Blockwise, Observe etc…

Security, trust and Privacy

  • Lightweight implementations of cryptographic stacks
  • End to end security capabilities from the things
  • Security for CoAP and ZigBee IP (DTLS, TLS etc.)
  • Bootstrapping techniques (PANA, EAP, HIP DEX …)

RFID and end-devices Identification

  • EPC to IPv6 approaches, and ONS and EPCIS for
    things
  • NFC integration in the Internet of Things
  • Human-device interactions based on RFID/NFC
  • Protocols and algorithms for the massive identification of things
  • Naming, address management and addressability issues

Performance modeling and network technologies

  • Performance analysis (QoS, scalability, reliability, etc.)
  • Channel and traffic models
  • Routing protocols for the Internet of Things (RPL…)
  • Sustainable design and technologies (e.g. energy-efficiency)

Use Cases and Applications

  • Mobile applications (Android OS, iOS, Windows mobile, etc.)
  • Real-time data management / Critical Environments
  • Smart cities / Home Automation / Building Automation
  • Industrial solutions
  • Business models
  • Testbeds and field trial

Special Track: AAL and e-Health

  • AAL and e-Health applications and solutions
  • Medical communications, protocols and standards
  • NFC and RFID in healthcare
  • Living labs and field trials

 

2.3.1.9. TEMU 2014, July 28th-29th, Greece

http://www.temu.gr/

The International Conference on Telecommunications and Multimedia (TEMU) provides a forum for discussion on recent advances in wired and wireless communication systems, audio-visual applications and content creation/delivery technologies, Internet services and interactive applications, as well as on tools and techniques for their performance evaluation and QoS/QoE validation under simulated and real conditions environments.

IoT6 Partners participated as a keynote speaker and in the panel discussion as follows:

July 29th, 2014

Keynote by Latif Ladid: The role of IPv6 in IOT, SDN, CC and 5G

11:00 - 12:30 Panel Discussion on "Internet of Things Perspectives"

  • Latif Ladid, University of Luxembourg
  • Sébastien Ziegler, Mandat International, Geneva, Switzerland
  • Prof. Peter T. Kirstein, University College London, UK
  • Prof. Sotiris Nikoletseas, University of Patras, Greece
  • Dr Srdjan Krco, Ericsson

 

2.3.1.10. IPSO Challenge Competition, Sensors Expo 2014, June 2014, Chicago

The IPSO CHALLENGE 2014 competition (the “Competition”) is initiated and organized by the IPSO Alliance. IPSO can be followed on https://twitter.com/ipsoalliance.

The purpose of the Competition is to promote concepts and benefits of the Internet of Things and Internet Protocol based Machine to Machine (M2M) applications. The Competition seeks innovative applications that could be utilized and commercialized in the  open market. All submitted solutions (“Submissions”) will be judged, with the ten best Submissions receiving official Competition awards.

Markus Jung and Jürgen Weidinger of VUT submitted IoTSyS – Control Logic Editor to the IPSO CHALLENGE 2014 competition. Within the scope of the IoT6 project, an IoT integration middleware has been developed and released as an open source project titled IoTSyS (www.iotsys.org).
The entry was selected as the semi-finalist and made it to the top ten. This provided the opportunity to present the practical research project results to an international industry audience at the Sensor Expo 2014 in Chicago. The event consisted of a closed judgement of the entries, performed from international industry IoT experts and furthermore, participation at the IoT pavilion organized by the IPSO alliance at the Sensor  Expo. The event raised great attention and interest on the practical research outcome of the IoT6 project.

Figure 7: IPSO Challenge, Judgement

Figure 8: Sensor Expo Demo (Markus Jung, VUT)

Figure 9: IPSO Challenge, Organizers, Team Winners and Judges

 

2.3.1.11. IPSO Challenge Competition Award to Antonio Jara

Antonio Jesús Jara Valera (HESSO) and his team received the People’s Choice Award Winner and were awarded a Dc900B SmartMesh IP Starter Kit, Courtesy of Linear/Dust Networks for their work entitled “HOP into the IoT with IPv6-Ready Tiny and Wearable Bluetooth Smart Devices”.

Figure 10 : Antonio Jara with Geoff Milligan, Chair of IPSO Alliance

 

2.3.1.12. IPSO Awarded Jim Bound Award

As part of our IoT6 dissemination efforts, Geoff Mulligan the inventor of 6LoWPAN was recognised and awarded the Jim Bound Award. Our project is linked to him since IoT6 is based on 6LoWPAN which all other IoT  projects are not using. Geoff Mulligan has also recognized Antonio Jara (HESSO) and Markus Jung (VUT) for their IoT6 implementations.

After receiving the award, Geoff Mulligan stated on his Facebook page: “I keep going back to this and saying "Wow". I would like to share the incredible message that was included with the award - it is not just an  honour to be recognized but to be recognized in the memory of such a great friend and colleague, Jim Bound. Thank you to Latif Ladid and IPv6 Forum”.

 

2.3.2. Full list of Conferences and Workshops in Year 3

The overall dissemination activities are listed below.

 

Dates

Event Name

Role

Type of Audience

Countries Addressed

~ Size of Audience

Partner Involved

October 29th -31st ,, 2013

IoT World Forum, Barcelona

Networking

Industry

International 2000 MI

November 6th -8th , 2013

EC ICT Conference

Vilnius

Panel

Research

International 2000 UCL

November 10th -13th , 2013

39th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, Austria (IECON-2013)

Conference Presentation

International Researchers, Industry, Academics

International 2000 VUT

November 18th -21st , 2013

ITU Telecom World 2013, Bangkok

IoT6 presentation

Industry, Governments

International

2000

MI, UL

December 11th -13th, 2013

Globecom

IoT SaC Track, Atlanta, USA

Session Chair

Presentation

“Internet Gateways – an old problem re-visited”

Researchers

Researchers

100

UCL

December 11th -13th, 2013

Globecomm IoT SaC Track, Atlanta, USA

Presentation: “Lightweight Mobile IPv6: A mobility protocol for enabling transparent IPv6 mobility in the Internet of Things”

Researchers

International

100

UL, UMU, MI, UCL, HESSO

December 11th -13th, 2013

Globecomm IoT SaC Track, Atlanta, USA

Session Chair SA-IoT2: “Extending the Internet of Things through Social, Mobile Networks and Cloud”

Researchers

International

100

UL, UMU, MI, UCL, HESSO

December 11th -13th, 2013

Globecomm IoT SaC Track, Atlanta, USA

Session Chair SA-IoT3: “ Enabling a Secure and Trustable Internet of Things”

Researchers

International

100

UL, UMU, MI, UCL, HESSO

February 17th -21st, 2014

GS1 Global Forum, Brussels Belgium

Presentation on the IoT6 project

International Researchers, Industry, Academics

International

100

KAIST

March 5th, 2014

Invited Lecture

KAIST, Daejon, Korea

Presentation:

“The Internet – Past and Future”

Academic

Korea

 

200

 

UCL

March 2nd – 7th, 2014

IETF89 London

6TiSCH WG meeting

International researchers, industry, academics

International

50

UL

March 8th -10th , 2014

IoT6 Korean workshop, Korea

Session organizer and meetings with Korean stakeholders

Korean industry and researchers

Korean       

 

50 MI and all partners

March 6th -8th , 2014

IEEE World Forum on Internet of Things (WF-IoT), Seoul, Korea

Conference presentation: "A Scripting-Free Control Logic Editor for the Internet of Things"

International Researchers, Industry, Academics

International 100 UL, UMU, MI, UCL, HESSO, VUT, RMP

March 6th -8th , 2014

IEEE World Forum on Internet of Things (WF-IoT), Seoul, Korea

Poster: "oBeliX: Scripting-free Control Logic Editor for the Internet of Things"

International Researchers, Industry, Academics

International 100 VUT, HESSO

March 6th -8th , 2014

IEEE World Forum on Internet of Things (WF-IoT), Seoul, Korea

Presentation: "Designing IoT Architecture(s), a European perspective"

International Researchers, Industry, Academics

International 100 EYU, UNIS

March 9th -13th , 2014

4th International Conference on Information Society and Technology, Serbia

Poster:“CoAP communication with the mobel phoneover the IPv6“

International Researchers, Industry, Academics

International 100 EYU

March 17th -19th , 2014

V6 Conference, Paris

Session organizer and IoT6 presentation

International Researchers, Industry, Academics

International

200

 

MI, UL, UMU, UCL

March 18th -20th , 2014

FIA Athens

Demonstration of the IoT6 project - Posters

International Researchers, Industry, Academics

International

200

MI, EYU, TUV, HES-SO, UL

March 18th -22nd , 2014

GS1 Standards Event, Dallas US

Presentation on the IoT6 project to GS1

International Researchers, Industry, Academics

International

100

KAIST

May 13th -16th , 2014

PITSaC 2014, IEEE 28th AINA, Victoria, Canada

Paper "IPv6 as a global addressing scheme and integrator for the Internet of Things and the Cloud"

International Researchers, Industry, Academics

International

200

RMP,MI

May 13th -16th , 2014

PITSaC 2014, IEEE 28th AINA, Victoria, Canada

Invited Talk "Everything is Digital – How the Web is Eating the World"

International Researchers, Industry, Academics

International

500

RMP

May 29th -30th , 2014

Danube-IT conference, Serbia

Project presentation

Industry

International

150

MI, EYU

May 29th -30th , 2014

5th European Summit on the Future Internet, Luxembourg

Presentation

“Identifiers and end system Properties in the Future Internet”

European Researchers, Industry, Academics

International

150

UCL

June 12th -13th , 2014

5th European Summit on the Future Internet, Luxembourg

Invited Talks, session chairs

European Researchers, Industry, Academics

International

150

UL, MI, UCL, UMU

June 16th -20th , 2014

IoT week London

Two sessions organizer and IoT6 presentations

International Researchers, Industry, Academics

International

500

UL, MI, UCL, UMU

June 16th -20th , 2014

IoT week London

Presentation about IoT6 Architecture within the IoT6 session

International Researchers, Industry, Academics

International

500

UL, MI, UCL, UMU, EYU

July 2nd – 4th, 2014

esIoT2014, UK

Conference:

Extending the EPCIS with Building Automation Systems: a New Information System For the Internet of Things

International Researchers, Industry, Academics

International

500

KAIST, VUT

 

July 3rd – 4th , 2014

ETSI-EC Workshop on Standards for IOT

Presentation

“Handle and IOT Security

Researchers

European

100

UCL

July 3rd -4th , 2014

ICT Spring 2014 Luxembourg

IoT6 session, IoT6 presentation, IoT6 booth with demo and handbook dissemination

Industry, SMEs

International

4000

UL, MI, EYU, UMU

July 16th – 20th , 2014

IoT week London

Presentation

“A digital Object Approach to IOT”

International Researchers, Industry, Academics

International

500

UCL

July 28th -30th , 2014

TEMU conference, Greece

IoT6 session and IoT6 presentation

European research community

international

300

MI, UL, UCL

July 28th-30th, 2014

TEMU conference

IoT6 session and IoT6 presentation

“A Digital Object Approach to IOT

European research community

international

300

UCL

August 31st – September 6th, 2014

Senzations Summer School 2014 Biograd, Croatia

Session organizer and presentation “The role of IoT in IPv6”

International Researchers, Industry, Academics

International

50

EYU, MI

October 6th -8th , 2014

IoT 2014, USA

Conference Presentation:

“The relevance and impact of IPv6 multicasting for Wireless Sensor and Actuator Networks based on 6LoWPAN and Constrained RESTful Environments”

International Researchers, Industry, Academics

International

500

VUT

October 6th -8th , 2014

IoT 2014, USA

Demo:

“IoTSyS: an integration middleware for the Internet of Things”

International Researchers, Industry, Academics

International

500

VUT

September 16th-19th, 2014

ETFA 2014, Barcelona

Conference Presentation:

Building Automation Systems Integration into the Internet of Things, The IoT6 approach, its realization and validation

International Researchers, Industry, Academics

International

500

VUT

Table 1: Dissemination Activities: Conferences and Workshops (Y3)

2.3.3. Publications in Year 3

Dates

Year 3

Publication

Title

 

Authors

 

2014

Book Chapter of IERC IoT Book 2014

 

Scalable integration framework for heterogeneous smart objects, applications and services

S. Ziegler, M. R. Palattella, L. Ladid, S. Krco, A. Skarmeta

2014

Handbook

IoT-IPv6 Integration handbook for SMEs

M. R. Palattella, L.Ladid, S. Ziegler, W. Kastner, M. Jung, M. Kofler, Dejan D. Drajic, S. Krco, G. Nam, R. M. Perez

2014

Proc. of ICACCI conference

Towards a New Way of Reliable Routing: Multiple Paths over ARCs”

F. Melakessou, M. R. Palattella, T. Engel

2014

IETF draft

“Terminology in IPv6 over Time Slotted Channel Hopping", draft-ietf-6tisch-terminology-01

M.R. Palattella, P. Thubert, T. Watteyne, Q. Wang

2014

IETF draft

"Using IEEE802.15.4e TSCH in an LLN context: Overview, Problem Statement and Goals

T. Watteyne, M.R. Palattella, L. A. Grieco

2014

IETF draft

6TiSCH On-the-Fly Scheduling, draft-dujovne-6tisch-on-the-fly-02

D. Dujovne, LA. Grieco, M.R. Palattella, N. Accettura,

2014

IETF draft

IPv6 mapping to non-IP protocols”, draft-rizzo-6lo-6legacy-00

G. Rizzo, A.J. Jara, A. Olivieri, Y. Bocchi, M.R. Palattella, L. Ladid

2014

IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems

Neighbor Table based Shortcut Tree Routing in ZigBee Wireless Networks

Taehong Kim, Seong Hoon Kim, Jinyoung Yang, Seung-eun Yoo, and Daeyoung Kim

2013

IEICE Transactions on Communications

Time-delayed Collaborative Routing and MAC protocol for Maximizing the Network Lifetime in MANETs

Woncheol Cho and Daeyoung Kim

2014

IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems

A Location-free Semi- Directional-Flooding Technique for On-demand Routing in Low-rate Wireless Mesh Networks

Seong Hoon Kim, Chong Poh Kit, and Daeyoung Kim

2014

International Workshop on Extending Seamlessly to the Internet of Things (esIoT), Birmingham, UK, Jul. 2014

Extending the EPCIS with Building Automation Systems: a New Information System For the Internet of Things

Nam Giang, Seong Hoon Kim, Daeyoung Kim, Markus Jung,

Wolfgang Kastner

2014

11th IEEE International Conference on Services Computing (SCC 2014), Anchorage, AK, USA, Jun. 2014

Lilliput: Ontology-based platform for IoT Social Networks: Towards socialized people, objects, and places

Jaewook Byun, Seong Hoon Kim, Daeyoung Kim

2014

The 4th International Conference on Internet of Things (IoT 2014), MIT, USA, Oct. 4-8, 2014

The GS1 code based Web of Things Service Architecture with Healthcare Scenario(Demo Paper)

Jongseok Choi, Minkeun Ha, Nam K Giang, Wondeuk Yoon, Kiwoong Kwon, and Daeyoung Kim

2014

Ottawa Linux Symposium 2014, Ottawa, Canada, May 2014

Policy-extendable LMK filter Framework for Embedded System

K. Baik, J. Kim, J. Huh, D. Kim

2014

Book Chapter of IERC IoT Book 2014

 

Global Standardisation chapter of the IERC Book 2014.

 

L. Ladid

Table 2: Dissemination Activities: Publication (Y3)