"IoT Challenge" Competition
The “IoT Challenge” offers a platform to graduate students, PhD students, researchers and developers working in all areas of Internet of Things to share and showcase their recent highly innovative research and practical solutions to real-world problems. The solutions should be highly novel, exiting, and show a complete and working system, addressing a relevant application area for IoT, including, but not limited to: supply chain and logistics, healthcare, M2M, security, environmental monitoring, intelligent transport systems, smart homes, industrial manufacturing, and critical infrastructures.
The competition will take place in the middle of the reception dinner on October 24.
A desk with red tablecloth, 220 V power, wireless WLAN and a poster board will be provided. Each author have 10 minutes, 5 minute for presentation and 5 minutes for live demo. After the competition, the 3 Challenge demos will exhibited with the other live demos in the reception dining room.
The winners will be selected by the audience of the reception dinner. Cash prize will be provided.
Paul J.M. Havinga, University of Twente, Netherlands.
Nirvana Meratnia, University of Twente, Netherlands.
Time and Place
IoT Challenge Competition Demo: 17:00-18:00, Wednesday Oct.24, 2012 Junlai Hall A&B
IoT Challenge Competition: 19:15-19:45, Wednesday Oct.24, 2012 Junlai Hall A&B
Live Demo: 20:00-21:00, Wednesday Oct. 24, 2012 Junlai Hall A&B
Best Challenge Award: TBA
C-1:AmbientWeb: Bridging the Web’s Cyber-physical Gap
Author Darren Carlson, Bashar Altakrouri, Andreas Schrader
Affiliation Ambient Computing Group / Institute of Telematics, University of Luebeck, Luebeck, Germany
C-2:True Self-Conﬁguration for the IoT
Authors Ioannis Chatzigiannakis, Henning Hasemanny, Marcel Karnstedtz, Oliver Kleinex,
Alexander Kr ollery, Myriam Leggieriz, Dennis Pﬁstererx, Kay R¨ omer, and Cuong Truong
Affiliations Computer Technology Institute & Press ”Diophantus”, Greece
Algorithms Group, TU Braunschweig, Germany
Digital Enterprise Research Institute, Galway, Ireland
Institute of Telematics, Universit¨ at zu L¨ ubeck, Germany
Institute of Computer Engineering, Universit¨ at zu L¨ ubeck, Germany
C-3:Context-aware Computing Mediated Dynamic Service Composition and Reconfiguration for Ubiquitous Environment
Authors Tao Gong, Zheng Hu, HaiFeng Liu, Feng Lin, Dian Zhou, Hui Tian
Affiliations Key Laboratory of Universal Wireless Communications, Ministry of Education
Wireless Technology Innovation Institute (WTI), Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing, R.R.China