Demo Sessions

Two parallel sessions,  Demo Session I & II, will feature brief presentations by all demo presenters. During the Open Demo Session on the final day of the conference, all demos will be on display for hands-on demonstrations.

Demo Session I Monday October 6 10:45 MultiPurpose Room
Demo Session II Monday October 6 10:45 Silverman Skyline
Open Demo Session Wed. October 8 15:30 Winter Garden & Silverman Skyline

Demo Session I – Multipurpose Room
1 HeartSense: Photoplethysmography to Estimate Physiological Vitals    Rohan Banerjee, Anirban Dutta Choudhury, Aishwarya Visvanathan & Aditi Misra (Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. Innovation Labs, Kolkata, India)
2 Understanding the Capabilities of IoT Devices    Stanislav Beran, Edoardo Pignotti & Peter Edwards (Computing Science & dot.rural Digital Economy Hub University of Aberdeen, UK)
3 SnapSense: The Modular Sensing Platform for the Internet of Things    Aidan Boran, Alan Leddy & Edmond O’Connor (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, Dublin, Ireland)
4 Appliance Recognition on Internet-of-Things Devices    Gérôme Bovet, Antonio Ridiyz & Jean Hennebert (Institut Mines-Telecom, Telecom ParisTech, France; University of Fribourg, Switzerland)
5 The GS1 code based Web of Things Service Architecture with Healthcare Scenario    Jongseok Choi, Minkeun Ha, Nam K Giang, Wondeuk Yoon, Kiwoong Kwon & Daeyoung Kim (Department of Computer Science, KAIST)
6 CANthings: Context-Aware Networks for the Design of Connected Things Maryam Davoudpour, Stefan Despot, Mridul Kumar Tiwari & Hossein Rahnama (Ryerson University Toronto, Canada; RTA School of Media)
7 DasData: Focus on building your next big thing    Marius Dima & Dhivya Kumar (Data Land SRL, Romania)
8 The IoTified Platform for Constructing IPv6-based Embedded Web of Things Systems    Khaled Elsayed, Sherif Khattab, Mina Yousif, Muhammad Farag, Khaled Qorany, Mohammed Selim & Bassam Sharkawi (Dept. of Electronics and Communications Engineering, Cairo University, Egypt)
9 Solar-Powered Password Theft – Turning a Raspberry Pi into an Automated Data Sequestration System    Hisham Hijjawi & Hyeong-Ah Choi (George Washington University, USA)
10 A Human Centric Intelligent Society powered by the Cloud Computing and the Web of Everything: Demonstrating how a bike accident is solved in an hyperconnected world    Antonio J. Jara, Ian Thomas & Lou Fedon (University of Applied Sciences Westen Switzerland (HES-SO); HOP Ubiquitous, Spain; Fujitsu RunMyProcess, Paris, France)
11 Interoperability between IoT Data Silos? OpenIoT Middleware in Action!    Prem Prakash Jayaraman, Doug Palmer, Arkady Zaslavsky, Martin Serrano, Manfred Hauswirth & Stefan Decker (CSIRO, Australia; Insight Centre for Data Analytics (former DERI), Galway, Ireland)
Demo Session II – Silverman Skyline
1 Lightweight IoT System for Private and Specific User Space    Kyuyeong Jeon, Hyojin Park, Jinhong Yang, Yongrok Kim & Jun Kyun Choi (Department of Information and Communications, Institute for IT Convergence, KAIST, Korea)
2 Microsoft, Azure and the IoT – How Microsoft supports the Internet of Things    Ivan R. Judson & Josh Holmes (Microsoft, Redmond, WA, USA)
3 IoTSyS: an integration middleware for the Internet of Things    Markus Jung, Jomy Chelakal, Jürgen Schober, Wolfgang Kastner, Luyu Zhou, Nam Ky Giang (Institute of Computer Aided Automation Vienna University of Technology, Austria; Management Information System University of Technology of Troyes, France; Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of British Columbia Vancouver, Canada)
4 Testing Platform for IoT Network Devices: Zbynek Kocur1 , Lukas
Kypus1 , Lukas Vojtech1 , Marek Neruda1, Pavel Stasa2 & Ondrej Vondrous1
1(Department of Telecommunication Engineering, Faculty of Electrical
Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic)2(The Institute of Economics and Control Systems, Faculty of Mining and
Geology,VSB – Technical University of Ostrava, Ostrava – Poruba, Czech
5 Universal Data Analyser for Internet of Things Measurement Tools
Lukas Kypus1 , Zbynek Kocur1 , Lukas Vojtech1, Marek Neruda1, Jakub Unucka2
& Milos Kozak11(Department of Telecommunication Engineering, Faculty of
Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech
Republic)2(Gaben spol. s r. o., Ostrava, Czech Republic)
6 An home power energy monitoring and actuating system based on 6LoWPAN over both IEEE 802.15.4 and Power Line networks    Luís M. L. Oliveira, Amaro F. de Sousa, João Reis & Sérgio Soldado (Instituto de Telecomunicações, Portugal; Instituto Politécnico de Tomar, Portugal; Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal; Withus Inovação e Tecnologia, Aveiro, Portugal)
7 Demonstration of Reliable Powerline Network Communications in Harsh Industrial Environments, Enabling the  Internet of Things in an Industrial Environment    Michael Propp (Adaptive Networks Needham, MA, USA)
8 Cognitive Load Measurement on Commercial EEG Headsets Connected to IoT    Diptesh Das, Rajat Das, Debatri Chatterjee, Arijit Sinharay & Aniruddha Sinha (Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. Innovation Labs, Kolkata, India)
9 Beyond the Implant    Sasha Smiljanic & Arun Venkat (Cambridge Consultants Ltd, MA, USA)
10 Analyzing Weather Data from an Arduino-based Weather Station Connected to ThingSpeak    Eric Wetjen, Wael Hemdan, Mark Jones & Rob Purser (The MathWorks, Inc., Natick, MA, USA)
11 Victory: Versatile Internet of Things Application on Mobile Dynamic Service Composition Framework    Sungpil Woo, Sehyun Heo, Janggwan Im & Daeyoung Kim (Deparment of Computer Science, KAIST, Daejeon, South Korea)