SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA; 6-8 MARCH
TOPICS: Sensor and actuator networks, routing and control protocols, security and privacy, localization technologies, data management, social models and networks, and IoT applications for assisted living, consumer electronics, e-health, intelligent transportation, and smart cities.
SPONSORS: IEEE Future Directions Committee, IEEE Sensors Council, and IEEE Communications, Consumer Electronics, Reliability, and Signal Processing societies
SINGAPORE; 21-24 APRIL
TOPICS: IoT standards and protocols, cloud computing, data management, big data analytics, crowdsourcing, network scheduling and optimization, fault tolerance and reliability, middleware for sensor systems, sensor network management and control, data mining, and smart cities.
SPONSOR: IEEE Sensors Council
KRAKOW, POLAND; 5-9 MAY
TOPICS: A track will be featured on the IoT, covering topics such as bandwidth and processing requirements, business models, large-scale systems, management protocols, networks, methodologies, and monitoring techniques.
SPONSORS: IEEE Communications Society and the International Federation for Information Processing
HONG KONG; 4-7 JUNE
TOPICS: IoT technologies and applications, e-commerce, cybersecurity, wireless communication systems, telerobotics, human-machine interaction, search-and-rescue robots, adaptive and network control, embedded systems, power networks and grids, and sustainable and distributed energy systems.
SPONSOR: IEEE Robotics and Automation Society
CAMBRIDGE, MASS.; 6-8 OCTOBER
TOPICS: Mobile IoT, applications and services, device and circuit design, smartphone technology for generating big data, pervasive sensing, architecture and systems design, cloud computing, semantic Web technologies, interface and control systems, and algorithms and data-analysis techniques.
SPONSOR: IEEE Technical Committee on RFID