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Научный семинар "IoT-enabled smart cities: challenges and opportunities"

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Приглашаем  Вас на совместный научный семинар научной лаборатории Интернета вещей и киберфизических систем и научно-учебной группы «Интернет вещей». Семинар состоится 13 ноября (вторник) 2018 года в 13:00 в здании МИЭМ НИУ ВШЭ по адресу ул.Таллинская 34, ауд. 614.

В рамках семинара выступит профессор университета имени Дикина (Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia) Аркадий Заславский c докладом "IoT-enabled smart cities: challenges and opportunities".


Аннотация:
 

Smart cities are an emerging paradigm which is characterized by high diversity of applications, interoperability challenges, policy issues, data availability, big data and data access openness, challenges of deploying IoT infrastructure, diverse and heterogeneous data sources, cross-domain analytics and many other challenges. Real-time decision support for various stakeholders in smart cities is a critical challenge that can be only addressed by collective R&D effort from many disciplines of computer science, business and information systems. Among enabling technologies for smart cities is the Internet of Things (IoT) which is one of the major disruptive ICT technologies. IoT will connect billions of "things", where things include computers, smartphones, sensors, actuators, instruments, robots, objects from everyday life. IoT will be the main source of big data according to predictions of many experts. This talk focuses on myths and challenges of smart cities and the IoT. IoT big data underpins the ability to develop a notion of IoT ecosystem-wide awareness of everything that happens, happened or might happen within the system realm, whether these are processes, events, activities, locations, preferences related to human users as well as all of the components of a cyber-physical system (CPS) in question. We term this awareness as “IoT-enabled awareness” i.e. the ability of the system, application and/or service to be globally-aware, including context-aware, situation-aware, event-aware, human-aware, location-aware, process-aware, and so on and so forth. The talk will also showcase a CSIRO IoT platform “Context-as-a-Service” (CoaaS) which is being developed as part of EU Horizon-2020 project biotope. Examples of using CoaaS in various use cases, including intelligent transportation systems and smart waste management, will be also demonstrated. 

Dr Zaslavsky is a Professor of Distributed Systems & Security at Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia. Arkady is leading Data61 R&D projects in Internet of Things, mobile analytics and context-awareness science areas. He is a technical leader of the EU Horizon-2020 project bIoTope – building IoT Open Innovation Ecosystem for connected smart objects. Professor Arkady Zaslavsky holds Adjunct-Professorship appointments with a number of Australian and International universities, including UNSW, La Trobe University, University of Luxembourg and ITMO University, StPetersburg. Arkady Zaslavsky has published more than 400 research publications throughout his professional career and supervised to completion more than 40 PhD students. Arkady Zaslavsky is a Senior Member of ACM, a Senior Member of IEEE Computer and Communication Societies.

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К участию в семинаре приглашаются студенты, аспиранты, преподаватели и специалисты, интересующиеся областью беспроводных сенсорных сетей, Интернета вещей и киберфизических систем.

Язык семинара: английский/русский.

Общее время: 2 часа.

Дата проведения: 13 ноября (вторник) 2018 года начало в 13:00.

Место проведения: г. Москва, ул. Таллинская, д.34, ауд. № 614 (ст. метро Строгино)

 

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Исполнительный секретарь семинара: Ролич Алексей Юрьевич (arolich@hse.ru, тел. :+7 (903)240-23-30).