InterOSS-IoT Workshop

2nd International Workshop on Interoperability & Open Source Solutions for the Internet of Things
7th November 2016

Co-located with
6th International Conference on the Internet of Things (IoT 2016)
7th – 9th November 2016, Stuttgart, Germany

The workshop is co-organized by the H2020 projects symbIoTe and BIG IoT, which are part of the Internet of Things European Platform Initiative (IoT-EPI) working on relevant aspects for enabling and bridging the gaps on IoT interoperability.


News

Keynote Confirmed

Ralph Müller as keynote speaker of the InterOSS-IoT 2016 workshop confirmed!

Ralph Müller isralphmueller currently the Managing Director of the Eclipse Foundation Europe GmbH, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Eclipse Foundation Inc., responsible for supporting the Eclipse open-source community and commercial ecosystem in Europe.

With over 200 corporate members worldwide and over 200 projects with more than 900 developers, Eclipse is one of the world’s most successful open source communities. Its projects are focused on building an open development platform comprised of extensible frameworks, tools and runtimes for building, deploying and managing software across the lifecycle. A large, vibrant ecosystem of major technology vendors, innovative start-ups, universities and research institutions and individuals extend, complement and support the Eclipse Platform.

Prior to joining Eclipse in 2005, Ralph Müller has worked for Vector Informatik, IBM , Object Technology International and Siemens-Nixdorf.
Ralph Müller has earned a degree as a Diplom-Informatiker from the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany.

 

Workshop Program is Online

The papers below have been accepted for presentation. Please find here the detailed program of the workshop. You can download the compiled abstracts here.

  • Alexey Medvedev, Alireza Hassani, Arkady Zaslavsky, Prem Prakash Jayaraman, Maria Indrawan-Santiago, Pari Delir Haghighi and Sea Ling. Ingestion and Storage Performance of IoT Platforms: Study of OpenIoT
  • Aqeel Kazmi, Zeeshan Jan and Martin Serrano. Overcoming the heterogeneity in the Internet of Things for Smart Cities
  • Argyris Samourkasidis and Ioannis N. Athanasiadis. A Sensor Observation Service extension for Internet of Things
  • Juan Hernández-Serrano, Jose L. Muñoz, Arne Bröring, Oscar Esparza, Lars Mikkelsen, Wolfgang Schwarzott and Olga León. On the Road to Secure and Privacy-preserving IoT Ecosystems
  • Julius Pfrommer. Semantic Interoperability at Big-Data Scale for the Industrial Internet of Things with the open62541 OPC UA Implementation
  • Michael Jacoby, Aleksandar Antonic, Karl Kreiner, Roman LŠapacz and Jasmin Pielorz. Semantic Interoperability as Key to IoT Platform Federation
  • Nenad Stojanovic and Aleksandar Stojadinovic. Using semantics and open standards for personal real-time big data processing: Experience from a case study in Remote Patient Monitoring
  • Ola Angelsmark and Per Persson. Requirement-based Deployment of Applications in Calvin
  • Savio Sciancalepore, Michal Pilc, Svenja Schröder, Giuseppe Bianchi, Gennaro Boggia, Marek Pawlowski, Giuseppe Piro, Marcin Plociennik and Hannes Weisgrab. Attribute-Based Access Control scheme in federated IoT platforms
  • Stefan Schmid, Arne Bröring, Denis Kramer, Sebastian Käbisch, Achille Zappa, Martin Lorenz, Yong Wang, Andreas Rausch and Luca Gioppo. An Architecture for Interoperable IoT Ecosystems
  • Thomas Kubitza. Apps for Environments: Running Interoperable Apps in Smart Environments with the meSchup IoT Platform
  • Tobias Käfer, Sebastian Bader, Lars Heling, Raphael Manke and Andreas Harth. Exposing Internet of Things Devices on REST and Linked Data Interfaces
  • Werner Schladofsky, Jelena Mitic, Alfred Paul Megner, Claudia Simonato, Luca Gioppo, Dimitris Leonardos and Arne Bröring. Business Models for Interoperable IoT Ecosystems


Call for Papers

The evolution of the Internet of Things (IoT) has led to the emergence of various IoT platforms that provide access to a broad range of virtual and physical “things”. IoT platforms typically promote their own, specific interfaces and information models. This generates technology fragmentation, non-standard solutions, and proprietary protocols to interact with things. The result is missing interoperability among IoT platforms that prevents the emergence of cooperative IoT ecosystems.

The previous successful edition of this workshop focused on understanding the landscape on IoT open source and emerging IoT interoperability platforms. This year’s “2nd Workshop on Interoperability and Open-Source Solutions for the Internet of Things (InterOSS-IoT 2016)” focuses on the challenges of achieving IoT platform interoperability and to promote the uptake by industry from emerging open source solutions and best practices from IoT deployment experiences. The workshop’s objective is to foster the exchange of practical experiences within the IoT community, to contribute solutions for open issues on the IoT, as well as architectural principles and standardization efforts to bridge the gap of IoT interoperability. We invite authors to submit scientific papers reporting on the advances in state of the art and practical experiences on interoperable IoT solutions, as well as solutions relying on open source software, emerging concepts, or visionary papers.


Topics of interest of the workshop include, but are not limited, to the following:

IoT Design and Principles
· Interoperability solutions for the IoT and/or M2M
· Standardisation efforts related to the IoT
· Semantics and information models for the IoT
· Security and privacy for IoT solutions

IoT Technologies and Experiments
·
Advances in interoperable IoT architectures
· Service orchestration and IoT platform federation
· Experimentally-driven IoT experience
· Interoperability in relation with European IoT platforms

IoT Practice and Applications
· Interoperable IoT applications in areas such as: Smart Cities, Wearables, Agrifood Sector, Industrial IoT, Connected and self-driving car, Healthcare & Environmental Monitoring
· Interoperable open source IoT implementations
· Business perspectives on IoT ecosystem creation
· IoT business models and marketplace concepts
· Deployments and industrial solutions


Workshop Proceedings

Submitted papers will be reviewed by three independent experts in the field. Post-workshop proceedings will be published in the Springer series Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS).

Post-proceedings from the previous workshop are available, here.


Submission Instructions

Authors are invited to submit original unpublished work, not currently under review by another conference, workshop, or journal.
Full papers are restricted to 16 pages according to the Springer LNCS formatting style, including text, figures, and references.

Paper submission site: EasyChair for InterOSS-IoT 2016
Please follow the instructions on the EasyChair portal to submit your paper.


Important Dates

  • Submission deadline (extended): September 23, 2016
  • Notification of acceptance: October 18, 2016
  • Workshop date: November 7, 2016
  • Revised papers: November 28, 2016
  • Camera-ready papers due for post-proceedings: December 12, 2016

Program Committee co-chairs

Ivana Podnar Žarko, University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Croatia
Martin Serrano, INSIGHT Centre for data Analytics, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland
Arne Broering, Siemens AG, Germany
Sergios Soursos, Intracom Telecom, Greece

 

Publicity chair

Sofia Aivalioti, Sensing and Control, Spain

 

Technical Program Committee

Alexander Gluhak, Digital Catapult, UK
Arkady Zaslavsky, CSIRO, Australia
Charalampos Doukas, CREATE-NET, Italy
Cosmin-Septimiu Nechifor, Siemens, Romania
Danh Le Phouc, TU Berlin, Germany
Erno Kovacs, NEC
Florian Michahelles, WoT Research Group, Siemens, Berkeley USA
Gianluca Insolvibile, Nextworks, Italy
Jean-Paul Calbimonte, EPFL, Switzerland
Jelena Mitic, Siemens, Germany
John Soldatos, AIT, Greece
Kary Främling, Aalto University, Finland
Mirko Presser, Alexandra Institute
Oscar Corcho, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid
Ovidiu Vermesan, SINTEF, Norway
Patricia Martigne, Orange
Payam Barnaghi, University of Surrey, UK
Prem Jayaraman, RMIT University, Australia
Reinhard Herzog, Fraunhofer IOSB,
Srdan Krco, DUNAVNet, Serbia
Stefan Schmid, Bosch Corporate Research, Germany
Steffen Lohmann, Fraunhofer IAIS, Germany
Tajana Šimunic Rosing, University of California, San Diego, USA
Thomas Usländer, Fraunhofer IOSB, Germany