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The 11th IEEE International Conference on Internet of Things: Systems, Management and Security
Malmö, Sweden, 02/09/2024–05/09/2024

The Internet of Things (IoT) technology offers unprecedented opportunities to interconnect human beings as well as Machine-to-Machine (M2M), whereby networks across the edge-cloud continuum allow all things to communicate and share vital information, allowing us to have an instrumented universe where accurate data is readily available to inform optimal decision making. Indeed, the IoT has opened up for the development of novel types of services and applications in various application domains. It has changed how people go about their lives. The number of heterogeneous objects connected to the Internet is growing very fast. Ericsson estimates the number will be close to 38 billion objects by 2029. Others believe the actual number will be even higher with the assumption that any object with a simple microcontroller and on-off switch will be connected to the Internet in the near future. The scale of the IoT is set to have major economic, social, and environmental impacts; the intersection of which forms the future sustainable growth. The international conference on Internet of Things: Systems, Management, and Security (IoTSMS) aims at soliciting original ideas on the broad area of IoT, including challenges and opportunities, concepts and applications, and future trends. The IoTSMS aims to facilitate discussions among academics and IoT practitioners and make positive contributions to the field.

topics of interest

The topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

  • Emerging concepts of IoT Systems  •  Architectures of IoT systems  •  Machine-to-Machine Communication and IoT  •  Modelling of IoT applications  •  SDN and NFV support for IoT applications and Systems  •  Fog and Edge support for IoT Applications  •  5G support for IoT Applications  •  IoT for Smart Cities  •  Energy management in IoT  •  Design methodologies for IoT  •  IoT for sustainable digitalization  •  IoT and Social benefits/impact  •  IoT Economics and Business Models  •  Emerging Internet of Things business models and process changes  •  Communication systems and network architectures for the IoT  •  IoT and Data Management  •  Security and privacy of IoT  •  Reliability of IoT  •  Trustworthy IoT systems  •  Disaster recovery in IoT  •  Applications of Internet of things  •  Emerging applications and interaction paradigms for everyday citizens  •  Big data and IoT  •  Self-organizing IoT  •  Cloud Computing and IoT  •  Smart IoT systems  •  Dynamic IoT systems  •  Simulations in IoT environments
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