Best Paper Award, International Conference on Internet and Distributed Computing Systems (IDCS) 2018
Raffaele Montella (Modtager), Diana Di Luccio (Modtager), Sokol Kosta (Modtager), Giulio Giunta (Modtager) & Ian Foster (Modtager)
The data crowdsourcing paradigm applied in coastal and marine monitoring and management has been developed only recently due to the challenges of the marine environment. The pervasive internet of things technology is contributing to increase the number of connected instrumented devices available for data crowd-sourcing. A main issue in the fog/edge/cloud paradigm is that collected data need to be moved from tiny low power devices to cloud resources in order to be processed. This paper is about the DYNAMO data transfer framework enabling the data transfer feature in a internet of floating things scenario. The proposed framework is our solution to mitigate the effects of extreme and delay tolerant environments.