IoT International Forum 2nd meeting, Jun. 2012, Venice.
The second event of the IoT International forum took place in conjunction with IoT Week 2012 on:
19 - 21 June 2012
In Venice, Italy Venue:
Scuola Grande San Giovanni Evangelista di Venezia
- Plenary sessions with European and international top-tier representatives from the world of IoT, such as Adam Greenfield (Urbanscale), Usman Haque (founder of Pachube / Cosm), Ken Sakamura (Ubiquitous Networking Laboratory), and from the European Commission and 5 continents.
- Working groups sessions dealing with following topics: societal-, economic-, legislative-, governance- and technology-aspects of IoT
- Discussions on the future development of the Forum, and how you can become involved in shaping and supporting it
Click on the Slides links to download the presentations
Tuesday, 18th June
Joint Opening Session - IoT Week and IoT Forum
High-level speakers jointly opening of the IoT week and the IoT International Forum
Welcome Address, Prof. Carlo Maria Medaglia, CATTID, Representative of the Italian Ministry of Research (MIUR - Ministry of Information, University and Research)
"IoT, what's in a name?", Constantijn van Oranje-Nassau, Member of the Cabinet of Vice-President Neelie Kroes, Commissioner for Digital Agenda, European Commission
"Things, Not Objects, Or: Meaningful Connections", Adam Greenfield, Founder and managing Director of Urbanscale
"Open Data and the Internet of Things", Usman Haque, Director Haque Design + Research Ltd, founder of Pachube
"EU-Japan Collaboration Opportunities", Ken Sakamura, Professor UNL, Japan
"IoT Governance in the Broader Context of the EU Digital Agenda Strategy", Gérald Santucci, European Commission
Introduction and opening of the IoT Forum, Rahim Tafazolli, Director, CCSR, University of Surrey - Slides
Wednesday, 20th June
IoT International Forum - Working Group Technology (including Architecture) - Session report
Introduction – Srdjan Krco, Ericsson; Richard Egan, Thales - Slides
ETSI M2M overview and implementation of the specs, Joerg Swetina, NEC - Slides
IPSO presentation, Jan Holler, Ericsson - Slides
Discussion on standardization: ETSI M2M, IPSO and IETF, how to coordinate and align?
Semantics session summary, Martin Serrano, DERI - Slides
Discussion on organization of the next session event, charter etc. - Slides
Wrap-up - Slides
Thursday, 21st June
IoT International Forum - Working Group Economics - Session Report
The Economics Workshop is part of the IoT International Forum. Its objective is to provide insight into how to run an IoT company by discussing business models, best practices and practical guidelines with the participants.
The following speakers will have dedicated talks:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang Maass, Chair in Business Administration esp. Information and Service Systems, Saarland University, Germany - Slides
Dr. Stefan Ferber, Director Communities & Partner Networks, Bosch Software Innovations GmbH - Slides
Jürgen Hase, Vice President M2M Competence Center, Deutsche Telekom AG -
Alessandro Bassi, Alessandro Bassi Consulting, Acting (for Hitachi, Ltd) as Technical Coordinator for the “IoT-A” project - Slides
IoT International Forum - Working Group Societal - Session report
The Internet of Things is a horizontal operation that will influence and change society like the book and the web has done. The difference is that this time many stakeholders are involved in shaping it: traditional policymakers and innovators, big industry and startup SME, philosophers and designers and an evergrowing group of individual actors with web and cheap hardware tools. Together we have to debate the most productive balance between top down and bottom up in issues such as privacy, security, energy and solidarity.
Introduction and presenting IoT Comic book Number 2, Mirko Presser (IoT-i) - Slides
Developments in IoT: The Big 4: EU, USA, China and the end user, Rob van Kranenburg (Chair) - Slides
Design and Development: Cesar Garcia
& Sara Alvarellos The DataCitizen Driven City project, and our current activities at Medialab-Prado to engage citizens into air quality sensing. - Slides
Energy: Paulo Barratini ; IOT should be in itself sustainable. It should be assessed with Life cycle analysis and environmental impact.
Innovation: Gerd Kortuem; The "Sustainable Society Network's goal is to create a community of academics, corporations and third sector/NGOs interested in the application of Digital Technologies in achieving sustainability goals. - Slides
Smart Cities: Tomaz Vidonia; How can we target the smaller cities in Europe and make smart city concepts for them? What is the status of IoT in Central Europe? - Slides
Education: Workshop in teams
Devising and designing a curriculum for education (5-18), with a focus on technical education, jobs and youth unemployment: media wisdom- sensor wisdom, how can we get programming and arduino-processing into primary education?
IoT International Forum - Working Group Legislation & Governance - Session report
EC Consultation on the ''governance'' of the ''Internet of Things'', Florent Frederix, European Commission - Slides
Discussions and outcomes of the IoT Week session for multi-national companies on governance, Antony Furness, CASAGRAS2 - Slides
CASAGRAS2 and IERC activity chain Work on IoT Governance, Antony Furness, CASAGRAS2 - Slides
Discussion round conducted by Rolf Weber, Professor for International Business Law, University of Zurich