WG Research and Innovation Chair Ovidiu Vermesan represented AIOTI at the event and presented AIOTI Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda.
Many projects related to IoT-Cloud-Edge computing continuum were presented, with high participation of AIOTI members involved in those projects.
Tom De Block, Steering Board Vice Chair, WG Testbeds Chair released an interview for ‘IoT Day’ presenting AIOTI WEB3 Accelerator.
Link to watch: https://lnkd.in/eiGv3rdJ
At the end of this month, AIOTI has 189 members.
AIOTI WG Standardisation has published Release 2 of the report “IoT and Edge Computing impact on Beyond 5G: enabling technologies and challenges”.
This report highlights several IoT vertical domain use cases collected by the Alliance for IoT and Edge Computing Innovation (AIOTI) and determines the specific requirements they impose on the underlying (Beyond) 5G network infrastructure.
These use cases and requirements can be used by Standards Developing Organizations (SDOs), such as 3GPP, ITU-T, ISO, and IEEE as requirements for automation in vertical domains focusing on critical communications.
In addition to these use cases also emerging topics in the area of (Beyond) 5G technology are as well introduced.
The Release 2.0 version of this report includes 6 additional use cases in the areas of: (1) use of drones, (2) 5G cloud-RAN, (3) Health-Critical Remote Operations, (4) preliminary 6G use cases.
The full report can be found here.
AIOTI WG Agriculture published second release paper Role of IoT and Edge Computing in addressing biodiversity and environmental monitoring.
Biodiversity and the environment are key areas under the umbrella of the Green Deal. In particular, biodiversity/environment observation and understanding has been identified as key supporting element to fight climate change and achieve a sustainable economy, prosperous for all European citizens. Spurred by the EU Green Deal policy, a number of relevant monitoring initiatives are currently being launched at different scales, with ambitious objectives, towards the preservation of landscapes and biodiversity. After reviewing in Section 2 the most relevant initiatives for biodiversity and environment monitoring, the current paper focuses on the use of Internet of Things technologies for fulfilling the monitoring needs. Section 3 analyses the concept of IoT-based monitoring and presents four illustrative use cases in different fields, as well as a short list of commercial solutions. Based on the preliminary findings, Section 4 finally summarises the main gaps identified and provides recommendations on the way to go.
AIOTI has co-signed the joint industry statement related to the provisions of the Data Act related to access to data by public bodies.
The joint statement can be found here.
During this month, AIOTI representatives participated and speak at the following events:
AIOTI Webinar: Open Calls opportunities, 7 June, 15.00h CEST
AIOTI/LEADS Tech Adoption Scenarios for Cloud and IoT 2030 workshop, 8 June, 15.00h CEST Registration link
AIOTI Webinar: presenting White Paper A Replicability and Scalability Assessment tool, 27 June, 15.00h CEST, online
AIOTI Signature event 2023, 10 October, Area42, Rue des Palais 46, 1030 Brussels, Belgium
Please register here.
Data Driven Healthcare: Challenges and Opportunities of a Constantly Evolving Society,9 June 2023, Siena, Italy
Enterprise Metaverse Summit, 28-29 June 2023, London, United Kingdom and online
Economist Impact’s Enterprise Metaverse Summit 2023 will help senior leaders build and benefit from VR, AR and digital twins to enhance productivity. We want to move past the hype and look at the real utility of these immersive experiences. Offering a credible and nuanced perspective from all of the world’s leading digital twin and mixed reality authorities, the Enterprise Metaverse Summit will give you the knowledge and tools you need to benefit from this emerging trend.
ERATOSTHENES 2nd workshop – “Trust and Identity Management for IoT”, 16 June, Online
The event is co-organized by University of Murcia (Antonio Skarmeta) and INLECOM (Konstantinos Loupos) while several EC projects participate as well.
The event includes two main sessions one on Enhanced Trust and Security in IoT Systems and another on Lifecycle Management for IoT systems. As it is highly related to the AIOTI activities and most members’ interests, we include further information below.
Please support our event. Your participation is free of charge, however your registration is required at the following link.
ETSI IoT Conference 2023, 4-6 July 2023, Sophia Antipolis, France
The 2023 edition of the ETSI IoT Conference – IoT Technologies for Green and Digital Transformation, will take place on 4-6 July 2023 in ETSI premises, Sophia Antipolis, France.
We are pleased to announce that the detailed programme including the ETSI IoT Conference agenda and list of demonstrations is available online.
This gathering of IoT experts has become the must-attend event for anyone involved in IoT and who understands the importance of standard-enabled technologies for IoT service deployments.
The 2023 edition will be structured around the following sessions:
Several demonstrations showcasing IoT use cases and technologies will be available during the event. Attendees will have the opportunity to visit the demos during the conference coffee and lunch breaks.
Register now! Participation to the event is free of charge upon registration.
Attending the face-to-face event in ETSI is a unique opportunity to come together to exchange with experts, network with other IoT stakeholders, visit the demonstrations, and actively contribute to the shaping of future IoT solutions and standards.
Full event information is available here.
IEEE World IoT Forum 2023, 12-27 October 2023, Aveiro, Portugal
The 9th IEEE World Forum on the Internet of Things (WF-IoT 2023) seeks submissions and proposals for original technical papers and presentations that address the Internet of Things (IoT), its theoretical and technological building blocks, the applications that drive the growth and evolution of IoT, operational considerations, experimentation, experiences from deployments, and the impacts of IoT on consumers, the research community, the public sector, and commercial verticals.
The theme for WFIoT2023 is “The Blue Planet: A Marriage of Sea and Space”, encouraging the submissions of content aimed at exploring how IoT technologies, applications, and solutions relying on a wide ecosystem spanning space, aerial, ground, and maritime networks and harnessing the latest emerging technology trends can be leveraged for the benefit of society and humanity.
Papers should address, but are not limited to, the following high-level topics:
Application and Use Cases
Within InterConnect project second open call has started. The deadline for the application is 26 June. The focus is on the energy apps, based on the European Commission plan on achieving energy independence.
For more information please see here.
You are kindly invited to the 6GStart webinar: A 6G VISION – What will 6G offer to vertical industries & Future perspectives on April 20th, 10:30 – 12:30 CEST.
Information, speakers, and link to register are available at https://5g-ppp.eu/event/a-6g-vision-webinar-what-will-6g-offer-to-vertical-industries-future-perspectives/
For those of you interested to participate, you can find more information in the following outlets.
Website News: https://6g-sandbox.eu/news/
KPIs Measurement Tools – From KPI definition to KPI validation enablement
This white paper summarizes the 5G Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and the tools that have been identified and utilized in several ICT-17, ICT-19, and ICT-52 projects. In particular, the document lists the identified 5G KPIs, with a brief and unified description, mapping them also to the measurement operations. Then, the tools recognized in the different projects are presented, including open-source, ad-hoc developed and proprietary tools. Each tool is presented, highlighting the main functionalities and the list of KPIs that can be measured. Finally, the platforms for data collection and the tools for visualization are reported, highlighting their features and the availability of plugins/APIs to connect other tools/frameworks.
The White Paper is available at:
This white paper describes approaches to business modelling in the context of 5G and beyond 5G ecosystems. It first explains how the disaggregated and modular 5G and beyond 5G technologies enable a dynamic business ecosystem with a higher number of interdependent actor roles, actors, and business relationships. This leads to the challenge to identify and design sustainable business models in a highly dynamic and complex business environment. The white paper proposes a methodology composed of five steps for how to carry out business modelling, catering for the perspectives of all actors. The approach described in this white paper embraces existing insight from different analytic approaches such as the concepts of ecosystems, value networks, business and sustainability model canvassing, and the application thereof in many recent 5G projects. The projects, represented by their experts, serve as a source for inspiration and validate our stepwise model. In addition, contributors to the white paper have willingly shared insights from approaches they apply in their respective organizations. Finally, we present systematically how their business modelling is aligned with the five steps in our suggested approach.