DIT 2019

2019 International Conference on Development of Internet of Things Nov. 28-30, 2019 / Hong Kong

Call for Papers

The topics of DIT 2019 is include, but are not limited to :

Architectures for IoT

  • Internet of Things Architecture:
     Novel information architecture design on field, edge, and cloud devices; object access and networking technology; investigation of technologies that support the mobility of functions and executions across system entities.
  • Web Technologies for the IoT:
    Web-based discovery, search, and service composition to facilitate interactions between devices on the IoT and with users.
  • Integration of Physical and Virtual Artifacts and Events:
    Advanced object identification, classification, and localization
  • Description and Discovery of IoT devices, including mobile and moving devices:
    Ontologies and data models for the description and discovery of mobile systems and applications, including autonomous systems and wearable, urban or sensory computing devices.
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    IoT applications

  • Real World Applications of IoT technology: 
    Evaluation of challenges of real world deployments of Smart Cities, Industry 4.0, Industrial Internet, and GS1 implementations, including planned deployments (e.g., in advanced Manufacturing and Logistics).
  • Physical World Event Processing and Understanding:
    Novel data collection, deep learning, reality mining, and prediction methods based on physical world observations. This might include real-time decision making, event processing, and extracting information from large datasets.
  • Internet of Things and implications for user modeling:
    Holistic user model based on IoT-enabled data gathering, novel personalized intelligent services and applications based on user model
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    Human-Object Interactions

  • IoT Interactions: 
    Novel methods and techniques for seamless human-to-object interactions, including Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality interactions, Tangible and Gestural Interfaces.
  • Novel affordances for IoT and Smart Objects: 
    Design of novel affordance for IoT-based smart objects
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    Object-Object Interactions

  • Interoperability of IoT Systems:
    Service discovery and composition, synchronization in distributed systems, overcoming siloization of IoT systems, semantic data description frameworks.
  • Object-objects Interactions:
    methods and protocols for co-operations and coordination among objects, social internet of things, trust among objects
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    Privacy/security in IoT

  • Social Acceptance of IoT Systems:
    Data security, authentication and authorization. Privacy protection, data sharing technologies (incl. blockchain technology), tampering protection and detection in IoT systems.
  • Privacy/Security/Real-Time Fault Correction: 
    Ensure privacy across integrated and wireless IoT systems while also being resilient to attackers.
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