The aim of the Ph.D. School is to address researchers to the forefront of research activity on Internet of Things & Smart Cities, by presenting state-of-the-art research together with the current and future challenges in building Smart Cities in an efficient and sustainable way, in order to provide a thorough overview of the main topics about IoT and Smart Cities and their envisioned integration. International speakers from academia and industry will give lectures tailoring their research field for an interdisciplinary audience. This year’s edition will focus on three keywords each tailoring a dedicated day in the technical program of the school.
CONNECT > “Connecting smart objects“: provide an extensive overview of low-power communication technologies, with performance comparison which can be used to make choices for different application scenarios.
COLLECT > “Creating and transmitting data“: analyze different communication paradigms (REST, Publish/Subscribe, etc…) application-layer protocols targeting IoT, such as CoAP, MQTT, and other options.
CONSUME > “Understanding and working with data“: provide theoretical and practical concepts for storing, fetching, and analyzing data collected by IoT applications, with focus on Big Data analysis and Cloud for IoT.
For more information visit http://phdschool.tlc.unipr.it/iot/2014/index.php
Pietro Gonizzi presented CALIPSO at the Workshop Internet Of Things / Equipex FIT IoT-LAB, held in Grenoble, France, on 6th-7th November 2014.
The [Slides] are available online.
The Contiki code produced in the Calipso project is now available in open source and has been released in Github
The source code is available at the following link
Calipso contributed to a chapter of the IoT Cluster book “Internet of Things Applications – From Research and Innovation to Market Deployment” edited by O. Vermesan and P. Friess and printed by River Publishers.
Link to the publisher website
Calipso presented two demos on smart toys and smart parking at the Future Internet Assembly held in Athens on March 17th – 20th 2014.
CALIPSO announces the Ph.D. School on Internet of Things and Smart Cities 2013, which will be held in Lerici (La Spezia), 16-21 September 2013. Register here.
The aim of Ph.D. School is to address young researchers to the forefront of research activity on Smart Cities & Internet of Things, by presenting state-of-the-art research together with the current and future challenges in building smart cities in an efficient and sustainable way, in order to provide a thorough overview of the main topics about Smart Cities and IoT and their envisioned integration. International speakers from academia and industry will give lectures tailoring their research field for an interdisciplinary audience. A dedicated discussion panel will focus on the interaction and the collaboration between academia and industry in order to depict the future vision of Smart Cities and IoT. Participants will also have the opportunity to present their research activities during a dedicated session. The school will allow participants to be exposed to cutting edge results in one of the most challenging research area, while at the same time enjoying the relaxing atmosphere of one of the most beautiful italian locations.
CALIPSO will be presented by Paolo Medagliani at the Next IoT week in Helsinki, Finland on June 20th wihtin the Smart City workshop.
Calipso proposes to organize a half-day workshop on networking aspects
related to Sensor Networks and Smart Objects. The Internet of Things puts forward
the vision of interacting with the physical world by interconnecting objects having
advanced processing, communication, sensing, and actuating capabilities. The
Internet of Things is also increasingly enriched with the new communication devices
that allow people to communicate and connect to all kinds of objects. The emerging
technologies of the Internet of Things begin to interconnect physical world objects
and places with people transforming citizens’ interactions with the surrounding world
and influencing how they live, travel, and spend their leisure time.
The program is available online.
Jérémie Leguay presented CALIPSO at the IoT Interoperability Workshop, Paris, March 26th, 2012.
The [Slides] are available online.