Pervasive connectivity, smart devices and demand for data testify to an Internet of Things that will continue to grow by leaps and bounds. Computing power is dropping in price while new sensors are being developed and incorporated into everyday objects, and as people buy into Internet of Things technology, economies of scale lend themselves to the creation of ever more data-centric businesses. Instrumenting and connecting devices has massive potential to deliver value, but there is need for a coordinated effort when rolling out the next generation of self-reporting paradigms. The 4th International Conference on the Internet of Things (IoT 2014), building on the success of its predecessors since 2008, is the premier forum for such efforts, to share, discuss and witness cutting edge research in all areas of development for the Internet of Things.
IoT 2014 is seeking original, high impact research papers on all topics related to the development of the Internet of Things. Papers are selected on the basis of novelty, technical merit, presentation effectiveness and impact of results. Accepted papers will be published in IEEE Conference Proceedings and online with IEEE Xplore.
- Mobile IoT: novel applications of smartphone technology for generating and consuming big data. Examples include interesting new applications of on-board sensors, making use of crowd sourced data, promoting e-commerce or enabling B2B, B2C and C2C connectedness.
- IoT device or circuit design: novel hardware that enables field intelligence and data generation, innovative concepts that enable pervasive sensing.
- IoT applications and services: embedded field intelligence applications that challenge the state of the art in fields such as agriculture, automotive, civil & industrial Infrastructure monitoring, health care and retailing.
- Architecture and systems design: reliability, sustainability, scalability, profitability and scope for interoperability of an IoT ecosystem; novel business models and services enabled by IoT.
- Cloud computing and semantic web technologies: data security, storage and access, communication protocols, linked data and web semantics for interoperability among users and devices.
- Interface and control systems: adaptive user interface design, data-informed actuation, and the interplay between the two
- IoT analytics: innovative algorithms and data analysis techniques for extracting meaning and value from the Internet of Things
Paper submission due: April 4, 2014
- Register paper by: April 8, 2014
- Upload pdf document by: April 18, 2014
- Notification of paper acceptances: June 6, 2014
- Final versions of papers due: August 8, 2014
- Conference: October 6-8, 2014
Papers can now be submitted via the EDAS management system.
The conference accepts papers up to 6 pages in length, formatted in the IEEE conference style for US letter paper size. Submitted papers will be subjected to a double blind review process and published in IEEE Xplore if accepted and presented at the conference. Submissions must be original and not under concurrent consideration elsewhere. Cases of plagiarism or multiple submissions will be subject to disciplinary action as per IEEE rules and regulations.