Workshop Sessions

Day 1,  Oct.26, Monday.


Internet of Process

 Internet of Process 1 (14:00~16:00)

  • Composite automatic identification and data capture for industrial internet (J. Mitsugi, Keio University, Japan)
  • IoT as a support for logistics processes in automotive (J. Unucka, Gaben company, Czech Rep.)
  • OBD2 and machine vision-based car recognition for advanced carsharing services management (J. Rhee, Dongguk University, Korea)
  • Industry 4.0 and holonic systems (V. Kebo, VSB-TUO, Czech Rep.)
  • Reliability and Quality of IoT services – today and tomorrow (L. Vojtech, CTU in Prague, Czech Rep.)
Internet of Process 2 (16:30~17:30)

  • Identification services through intelligent item agent (P. Kolarovszki, University of Zilina, Slovakia)
  • GS1 EPC/RFID will make Internet of Things alive (P. Fuchsikova, GS1 Czech R., Czech Rep.)


IoT applications value creation for industry – experience, challenges, evolution

IoT applications value creation for industry – experience, challenges, evolution 1 ( 11:00 ~ 13:00 )

  • Challenges for creating sustainable value by IoT industrial applications (N. L. Fantana, ABB, Germany)
  • Samsung’s vision for IoT and Key Technologies (J. W. Lee, Samsung, Korea)
  • Smart Data Innovation: Strategies for an inevitable revolution (T. Riedel, KIT, Germany)
  • EC IoT RC activities with focus on IoT and industry (O. Vermesan, EC IoT RC, SINTEF)
  • Low-cost, pervasive sensing leveraging existing wireless infrastructure (S. Sarma, Josh Siegel, MIT, USA)
IoT applications value creation for industry – experience, challenges, evolution 2 ( 14:00 ~ 16:00 )

  • How a Web of Systems could change industries (F. Michahelles, Siemens, USA)
  • The topics is IOT Cloud and industry solution innovations (W. C.R. Sun, IBM, USA, CN)
  • Arrowhead Framework a key enabler to very large scale automation systems (J. Delsing, Lulea University of Technology, Sweden)
  • Industry 4.0 from concepts to products (D. Zühlke, DFKI, Germany)
  • Business Ecosystems for the Internet of Things (A. Pflaum, Fraunhofer, U. Bamberg, Germany)
IoT applications value creation for industry – experience, challenges, evolution 3 ( 16:30 ~ 17:30 )

  • Eyes of Things – visual sensing in the Internet of Things (D. Stricker, A. Dehghani, DFKI, Movidius, Germany, Ireland)
  • IoTSP – Revolutionary man-machine cooperation (S. Svensson, ABB, Sweden)


Day 2,  Oct.27, Tuesday.


The Sixth International Workshop on the Web of Things (WoT 2015)

The Sixth International Workshop on the Web of Things (WoT 2015) 1 ( 10:30 ~ 12:00 )

  • 10:30 – 10:40 Opening & Welcome
  • 10:40 – 11:10 Keynote by Dr. Olivier Liechti
  • 11:10 – 11:30 Enabling reactive cities with the iFLUX middleware (Olivier Liechti, Laurent Prévost, Valentin Delaye, Jean Hennebert, Vincent Grivel, Jean-Philippe Rey, Jonathan Depraz and Marc Sommer)
  • 11:30 – 11:50 A component based approach for the Web of Things (Andreas Ruppen, Jacques Pasquier, Sonja Meyer”
The Sixth International Workshop on the Web of Things (WoT 2015) 2 ( 13:00 ~ 15:00 )

  • 13:00 – 13:20 WeChat of Things: A Case Study on Bridging Web of Things to WeChat Open Platform (Xinshulin Li, Zhenyu Wu, Xinning Zhu, Yang Ji and Jing Chen)
  • 13:20 – 13:40 Generic REST-based Components for Mashup Tools (Christian Prehofer and Dominik Schinner)
  • 13:40 – 14:00 IndianaJS: Building spatially aware web sites for the Web of Things (Andrei Miclaus, Jack Unseld, Matthias Berning, Till Riedel, Michael Beigl and Alexandru Miclaus)
  • 14:00 – 14:20 Physical Interaction Framework: Using Semantic Microdata to Annotate the User Interface of Web of Things (Zhenyu Wu, Tingting Sun, Xinshulin Li and Yang Ji)
  • 14:20 – 15:00 Demos and Discussion Panel


Worldwide collaboration for global IoT solutions (13:00 ~ 15:00)

  • EU-Japan collaboration for smarter cities (L. Gürgen, EU Project Coordinator, CEA, France)
  • EU-China collaboration in IoT (P. Cousin, CEO, Easy Global Market, France)
  • EU-US-Asia collaboration within the Auto-ID Labs: research, standardization and regulation development (J. Mitsugi, Keio University, Japan)
  • Introduction about the IoT application situation in China (J. Shen, Vice President, WSN, China)
  • The Construction of Smart Cities: Learning from Korea (Jae Yong LEE, KRIHS: Korea Research Institute for Human Steelements, Korea)
  • EU-Korea collaboration with open source IoT platforms (J. Kim, Head, KETI, Korea)


Day 3,  Oct.28, Wednesday.


IoT and Smart Agriculture

IoT and Smart Agriculture Workshop 1 ( 13:00 ~ 15:00 )

  • Welcoming Speech (Dr. Tae-Pyeong Jang, Chairman of KSFAIS)
  • GS1 Standards and Food Services (Mr. Craig Alan Repec, Senior Manager EPC Technology at GS1)
  • Food Traceability System based on GS1 (Dr. Daeyoung Kim, KAIST)
  • IoT system for food safety in China (Dr. Junyu Wang, Fudan University)
IoT and Smart Agriculture Workshop 2 ( 15:30 ~ 17:00 )

  • Smart Agriculture Policy in Korea (Mr. Dongseo Bang, EPIS)
  • IoT Technologies for Agriculture in Taiwan (Dr. Shuo-Yan Chou, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology)
  • Precision Agriculture based on IoT in Korea (Dr. Heun Dong Park, ezFarm)
  • Q & A Session (Dr. Daeho Kim, Mokwon University)


Smart Water Challenges and IoT

Smart Water Challenges and IoT Workshop 1 ( 13:00 ~ 15:00 )

  • Smart Water: Why And How (P. Gourbesville,University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, France)
  • From IoT to Web of Things (WoT) (A. Ruppen, University of Fribourg, Switzerland)
  • Innovative Platform for Web of Things in the Cyber-Physical Systems and feedback on experiences in Water and Electricity industries (J. Tigli, S. Lavirotte, University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, France
  • ICS Network Architecture for securing ISWM information (Mohamed Ramadan SHAFEK, National Telecommunication Regulatory Authority, Egypt)
Smart Water Challenges and IoT Workshop 2 ( 15:30 ~ 16:30 )

  • Smart Water Platform to Support Smarter Cities (Eang Ang ONG, IBM, France)
  • Standardization Strategies For The Smart Water Management Initiative (Yong-Woon KIM, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, S. Korea)
  • Smart Water Management Through Technical Standardization and Business Development (Juhwan KIM, K-Water, S.Korea)