Workshop Organizers

  • Artur Rocha – INESC TEC, Porto Portugal
  • Alexandre Valente Sousa – Associação Porto Digital/ Instituto Universitário da Maia, Portugal
  • Joaquin Del Rio Fernandez – Universidad Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona Spain
  • Hylke van der Schaaf – Fraunhofer IOSB, Germany

Purpose

This workshop aims at tapping into the potential of live repositories such as the ones resulting from data streams in the context of the Internet of Things applications. Application domains such as Smart Cities, or Sea and Environmental Monitoring, produce a continuously growing wealth of data, which may be valuable for different scientific domains.

Naturally, the variety of sensors and procedures for collecting data may become a real challenge for Open Science and Linked Open Data. The challenge of attributing meaning to data is even larger when thinking of considerable, ever growing volumes of data, which render traditional data curation methods inadequate and/or unsustainable.

Description

The workshop focuses on demonstrating a set of standards and good practices used in the Internet of Things and discussing how they can be used to leverage F.A.I.R. evidence-based Science.

Implementations based on standards, such as the OGC Sensor Observation Service or the OGC SensorThings API, and well established open frameworks, such as the FIWARE, will be demonstrated. Participants will be given the opportunity to try out such tools and take part in moderated panels.

Call for papers

Important Dates

31 July 2018: Papers submission
10 August 2018: Notification of acceptance
13 September 2018: Workshop

Guidelines

The 1st Internet of Things Workshop of Live Repositories of Streaming Data will take place on Thursday 13th September 2018. Conference to be held at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto (FEUP), Portugal.

We invite submission of original and unpublished work that is not currently under review around the listed topics. All submissions must be written in English following Springer LNCS author guidelines. Proposals for the following categories are welcome:

Full papers (up to 12 pages)
Short and position papers (up to 6 pages)

Papers will be evaluated according to their significance, originality, technical content, style, clarity, and relevance to the workshop.

Papers have to be submitted through EasyChair conference management system. The page is provided here.
Proceedings shall be submitted to CEUR-WS.org for online publication. View details here.

Topics

IoT Architectures: Things-Centric, Data-Centric and Service-Centric Architectures

IoT Enabling Technologies

Mobile and Cloud-Based IoT Designs, including Edge computing

Services, Applications and Standards for the IoT, in diverse application domains (e.g. smart Cities, smart environments, smart homes, citizen science, etc.)

Security and privacy preservation

Streaming data management, mining and preservation

Duration and Schedule

Full-day workshop: 9:30 am – 6:00 pm, Thursday, September 13th, 2018

The proposed workshop duration is 1 day.

The detailed schedule is as follows:

9:00 – 10:30: Invited speakers session

  • Internet of Things: models and applications for live data, Artur Rocha, INESC TEC, Porto, Portugal
  • Use of OGC Standards in Marine Sensors, Joaquin Del Rio Fernandez, Universidad Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain
  • FIWARE as the core of future Smart Cities, Fernando Royo, Cloud Software Engineer, NEC Corporation, Madrid, Spain

10:45 – 12:45: Selected papers from open call

  • 6 papers x 20 minutes (15 min oral presentation + 5 mins questions)

14:30 – 16:15: Hands on: 3 parallel groups

  • Hands on FROST: SensorThings API implementation, Artur Rocha & Alexandre Costa, INESC TEC, Porto, Portugal, on behalf of Hylke van der Schaaf, Fraunhofer IOSB, Germany
  • Hands on FIWARE: Alexandre Valente Sousa, Porto Digital/ISMAI, Porto, Portugal
  • Use of OGC-SOS (Sensor Observation Service) and SensorML for plug’n’play marine instruments to platform integration: Enoc Martínez, Universidad Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain

16:30 – 17:30: Panel discussion: Challenges for the preservation of streaming data