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Workshop: Technologies for Attractive Internet-of-Things Products and Apps

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Universiteit Gent - Het Pand

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Workshop: Technologies for Attractive Internet-of-Things Products and Apps

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13.00u - 13.30u: registration & coffee

13.30u – 13.40u : welcome DSPValley

13.40u – 14.00u: ProMoW - Designing Smart Products

14.00u – 14.20u: Horizontal-IoT - Connecting IoT Sensors and Actuators

14.20u – 14.40u: SMIoT - Smart and Maintainable IoT Ecosystems

14.40u – 15.10u: coffee break with demos

15.10u – 15.30u: SPITE – Security and Privacy in IoT Environments

15.30u – 16.10u: invited talk - Rob van Kranenburg, University of Tilburg

16.10u - 18.00u: demo market & networking drink

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ProMoW - Designing Smart Products

ProMoW implements an integrated design strategy (IDS) that removes the hurdles for creating smart products and that focusses on user and usage (market & context), interaction (context & technology) and product design (technology & production). Various prototypes in the field of mobile and smart applications for health and wellbeing were developed, see http://www.promow.be for more info.

Horizontal-IoT - Connecting IoT Sensors and Actuators

In this project we present the oneM2M framework as an interoperability enabler for heterogeneous sensor networks. In particular, we discuss our campus and building monitoring system that allows different sensing devices that feature a variety of radio technologies and application layer protocols to interoperate. We show the further integration of this oneM2M platform in the H2020 Inter-IoT framework. We also address some security mechanisms integrated in the platform. https://rapptor.vub.ac.be/Projects-HorizontalIOT.htm

SMIoT - Smart and Maintainable IoT Ecosystems

This project presents application-centric development as an alternative approach to tackle maintainability problems in IoT ecosystems. The paradigm shift is supported by a layered architecture SMIoT, which guides the design of Smart and Maintainable IoT ecosystems. The key qualities of the proposed architecture are reconfigurability, context-awareness and separation of concerns. Furthermore, the architectural principles are adopted in an Android framework implementation and validated through the design of a fleet management ecosystem. https://www.msec.be/smiot/

SPITE – Security and Privacy in IoT Environments

SPITE aims at finding appropriate solutions for realizing advanced access control in an Internet-of-Things (IoT) setting. The new mechanisms will allow for increased flexibility, adaptability and security by making use of IoT devices to determine the user’s context in a trustworthy manner, and based on this context adapting the required authentication procedure and the prevailing authorization rules. https://distrinet.cs.kuleuven.be/research/projects/SPITE

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