Six IEEE Conferences Cover Technologies For Smart Homes

Events in 2016 focus on home automation, sensors, and real-time monitoring systems

21 December 2015


  • IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium


    TOPICS: Smart homes, home networking, smart cities, the smart grid, the Internet of Things, social networks, software-defined networking, network-functions virtualization, ad hoc networks, vehicular networks, wireless sensors, and data center management.

    SPONSORS: IEEE Communications Society and the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP)

  • IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference


    TOPICS: Home networking systems, multimedia systems, social networking, information and communication software services, cloud computing, crowdsourcing, social media, and data integration and analytics.

    SPONSOR: IEEE Communications Society

  • IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics


    TOPICS: Smart-home and home-automation technologies, remote-care and real-time home-monitoring systems, smart grid, mobile devices, wearables, energy harvesting, sensors, computer vision, cloud computing, virtual and augmented reality, social gaming, and location-based services.

    SPONSOR: IEEE Consumer Electronics Society

  • International Conference on Cyber-Physical Systems

    VIENNA; 11–14 APRIL

    TOPICS: Sensor networks for smart homes, smart building automation, smart distribution systems for energy and water, medical-assistive technology, social networks, robotics, signal processing, machine learning, and cloud computing.

    SPONSORS: IEEE Computer Society and the Association for Computing Machinery

  • Conference on Innovative Smart Grid Technologies


    TOPICS: Advances in smart buildings and industrial facilities, power distribution systems, vehicle-to-grid communication systems, smart grid analytics, microgrids, and cybersecurity.

    SPONSORS: IEEE Power & Energy Society

  • International Conference on Intelligent Green Building and Smart Grid

    PRAGUE; 27–29 JUNE

    TOPICS: Control systems and sensor technologies for smart buildings, smart-home control and automation, intelligent electric-power systems, green communication networks, and RFID systems.

    SPONSORS: IEEE Czechoslovakia Section

This article originally appeared in print as “Conferences on Smart-Home Technologies.”

This article is part of our December 2015 special report on smart homes.

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