Workshop: IoT-driven eNErgy sysTems (INET) - Advances and Applications

Anvari-Moghaddam, A. (Lecturer), Guan, Y. (Lecturer), Quintero, J. C. V. (Lecturer), Guerrero, J. M. (Lecturer)

Activity: Talks and presentationsConference presentations

Description

Internet of Things (IoT) is flourishing due to technology advancements. The key features of IoT-driven systems are reliability, modularity, interoperability, energy efficient scheduler, hardware support, architecture, generic interfaces, and real-time capabilities. IoT also brings tangible benefits to the environment, society and economy by enabling the interconnection and cooperation of smart objects. However, this new paradigm also brings many barriers and challenges such as security and privacy.
The aim of this special session (SS) is to provide the last and the most innovative contributions in IoT-driven solutions for the next generation energy systems. This SS also focuses on the most recent advancement in interdisciplinary research areas encompassing IoT-driven systems, use-cases, protocols design, development, and validation domain. Thus it will bring together researchers from diverse fields such as energy, communication and computer engineering, computer science, electrical and electronics engineering, and mathematics.
Period30 Jul 2018
Held atIoT-driven eNErgy sysTems - Advances and Applications
Event typeWorkshop
LocationHalifax, Canada
Degree of RecognitionInternational