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Editors: Ovidiu Vermesan, SINTEF, NorwayJoël Bacquet, European Commission, Belgium
Available: November 2018
Print book available at List Price
This book provides an overview of the next generation Internet of Things (IoT), ranging from research, innovation, development priorities, to enabling technologies in a global context. It is intended as a standalone in a series covering the activities of the Internet of Things European Research Cluster (IERC), including research, technological innovation, validation, and deployment.
The text builds on the ideas put forward by the European Research Cluster, the IoT European Platform Initiative (IoT-EPI), the IoT European Large-Scale Pilots Programme and the IoT European Security and Privacy Projects, presenting global views and state-of-the-art results regarding the next generation of IoT research, innovation, development, and deployment.
The IoT and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) are evolving towards the next generation of Tactile IoT/IIoT, bringing together hyperconnectivity (5G and beyond), edge computing, Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLTs), virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR), and AI transformation.
Following the wider adoption of consumer IoT, the next generation of IoT/IIoT innovation for business is driven by industries, addressing interoperability issues and providing new end-to-end security solutions to face continuous treats.
The advances of AI technology in vision, speech recognition, natural language processing and dialog are enabling the development of end-to-end intelligent systems encapsulating multiple technologies, delivering services in real-time using limited resources. These developments are focusing on designing and delivering embedded and hierarchical AI solutions in IoT/IIoT, edge computing, using distributed architectures, DLTs platforms and distributed end-to-end security, which provide real-time decisions using less data and computational resources, while accessing each type of resource in a way that enhances the accuracy and performance of models in the various IoT/IIoT applications.
The convergence and combination of IoT, AI and other related technologies to derive insights, decisions and revenue from sensor data provide new business models and sources of monetization. Meanwhile, scalable, IoT-enabled applications have become part of larger business objectives, enabling digital transformation with a focus on new services and applications.
Serving the next generation of Tactile IoT/IIoT real-time use cases over 5G and Network Slicing technology is essential for consumer and industrial applications and support reducing operational costs, increasing efficiency and leveraging additional capabilities for real-time autonomous systems.
New IoT distributed architectures, combined with system-level architectures for edge/fog computing, are evolving IoT platforms, including AI and DLTs, with embedded intelligence into the hyperconnectivity infrastructure.
The next generation of IoT/IIoT technologies are highly transformational, enabling innovation at scale, and autonomous decision-making in various application domains such as healthcare, smart homes, smart buildings, smart cities, energy, agriculture, transportation and autonomous vehicles, the military, logistics and supply chain, retail and wholesale, manufacturing, mining and oil and gas.
Internet of Things, Industrial Internet of Things, Cyber-Physical Systems, Human-Machine Interaction, Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, Machine-to-Machine Interaction, End-to-end Security and Privacy, Smart Data, 5G and Network Slicing Technology
Chapter 1 IoT EU Strategy, State of Play and Future Perspectivesby Mechthild Rohen Download as a PDF [1535KB]
Chapter 2 Future Trends in IoTby Joël Bacquet, Rolf Riemenschneider and Peter Wintlev-Jensen Download as a PDF [1305KB]
Chapter 3 The Next Generation Internet of Things â€“ Hyperconnectivity and Embedded Intelligence at the Edgeby Ovidiu Vermesan, Markus Eisenhauer, Martin Serrano, Patrick Guillemin, Harald Sundmaeker, Elias Z. Tragos, Javier Valiño, Bertrand Copigneaux,
Mirko Presser, Annabeth Aagaard, Roy Bahr and Emmanuel C. Darmois Download as a PDF [33144KB]
Chapter 4 End-to-end Security and Privacy by Design for AHA-IoT Applications and Servicesby Mario Diaz Nava, Armand Castillejo, SylvieWuidart,
Mathieu Gallissot, Nikolaos Kaklanis, Konstantinos Votis,
Dimitrios Tzovaras, Anastasia Theodouli, Konstantinos Moschou,
Aqeel Kazmi, Philippe Dallemagne, Corinne Kassapoglou-Faist,
Sergio Guillen, Giuseppe Fico, Yorick Brunet, Thomas Loubier,
Stephane Bergeon, Martin Serrano, Felipe Roca,
Alejandro Medrano and Byron Ortiz Sanchez Download as a PDF [4077KB]
Chapter 5 Use Cases, Applications and Implementation Aspects for IoT Interoperabilityby Regel Gonzalez-Usach, Carlos E. Palau, Matilde Julian,
Andrea Belsa, Miguel A. Llorente, Miguel Montesinos,
Maria Ganzha, Katarzyna Wasielewska and Pilar Sala Download as a PDF [5110KB]
Chapter 6 Smart Data and the Industrial Internet of Thingsby Christian Beecks, Hassan Rasheed, Alexander Grass, Shreekantha Devasya, Marc Jentsch, José Ángel Carvajal Soto, Farshid Tavakolizadeh, Anja Linnemann and Markus Eisenhauer
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Chapter 7 IoT European Security and Privacy Projects: Integration, Architectures and Interoperabilityby Enrico Ferrera, Claudio Pastrone, Paul-Emmanuel Brun, Remi De Besombes, Konstantinos Loupos, Gerasimos Kouloumpis, Patrick O’ Sullivan, Alexandros Papageorgiou, Panayiotis Katsoulakos, Bill Karakostas, Antonis Mygiakis
, Christina Stratigaki, Bora Caglayan, Basile Starynkevitch, Christos Skoufis, Stelios Christofi, Nicolas Ferry, Hui Song, Arnor Solberg, Peter Matthews, Antonio F. Skarmeta, José Santa, Michail J. Beliatis, Mirko A. Presser
, Josiane X. Parreira, Juan A. Martínez, Payam Barnaghi, Shirin Enshaeifar, Thorben Iggena, Marten Fischer, Ralf Tönjes
, Martin Strohbach, Alessandro Sforzin, Hien Truong, John Soldatos, Sofoklis Efremidis, Georgios Koutalieris, Panagiotis Gouvas, Juergen Neises, George Hatzivasilis, Ioannis Askoxylakis, Vivek Kulkarni, Arne Broering, Dariusz Dober, Kostas Ramantas, Christos Verikoukis, Joachim Posegga, Domenico Presenza, George Spanoudakis, Danilo Pau, Erol Gelenbe, Sławomir Nowak, Mateusz Nowak, Tadeusz Czachórski, Joanna Domańska, Anastasis Drosou, Dimitrios Tzovaras, Tommi Elo
, Santeri Paavolainen, Dmitrij Lagutin, Helen C. Leligou, Panagiotis Trakadas and George C. Polyzos Download as a PDF [2559KB]
Chapter 8 CREATE Your IoTby Luis Miguel Girao, So Kanno, Maria Castellanos and
Patricia Villanueva Download as a PDF [6854KB]
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