Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Call for Participation: Visit IoT2010 and register now!

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Tokyo - Internet of Things (IoT 2010), a three-day public conference, gathers leading researchers from academia and industry to elaborate on the major themes of the emerging Internet of Things. On November 29, 2010 focused workshops and tutorials feature in a pre-conference program. On the two following days, researchers and industrial practitioners meet and present talks and keynotes in front of an expected audience of 300 visitors.

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Registration for IoT 2010 is open!

The Conference Programme is now available!

2nd International Internet of Things Conference (IoT 2010), November 29 - December 1, 2010, Tokyo, Japan

IoT for a Green Planet

This 3-day conference in Tokyo is organized by Auto-ID Labs (Keio University, ETH Zurich & University of St. Gallen and Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and supported by the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, European Commission, T-Engine Forum/Ubiquitous ID Center and WIDE Project.

Important Facts


- 28 Full Papers (26.9% acceptance rate)

- 13 Demos

- 6 Invited Workshops

- 5 Open Workshops

- 6 Videos

- Special Workshop on International Trade

- Special Round Table on IoT for a Green Planet

- 5 Exhibit stands (IBM, NTT Laboratories, Unicom, Mitsui, Keio University)

Important Dates


- Workshops, Roundtable: November 29, 2010

- Main Conference Dates: November 30 - December 1, 2010

Keynote Speakers


Norishige Morimoto

- Director, IBM Research - Tokyo

Patrick Wetterwald

- President, IPSO Alliance and Manager, Advanced Technologies, Cisco Systems, Inc.



General Chairs

- Jun Murai (Keio University)

Program Chairs:

- Florian Michahelles (ETH Zurich/ St. Gallen)

- Jin Mitsugi (Keio University)



IoT2010 2010 is supported by IBM, Cisco, TOPPAN, NTT docomo, SOUM Corporation

Conference Scope and Description


The Internet of Things Conference 2010 ( will explore the technical requirements and business challenges to address today's societal challenges with IoT technology: health monitoring systems to support the aging society, distributed awareness to help predict natural disasters and react more appropriately, track & trace to help reduce traffic congestion, product lifetime information to improve recyclability, transparency of transportation to reduce carbon footprint, and more insights into various kinds of processes to improve optimization. This conference will continue the success of the International Internet of Things Conference 2008 in Zurich and will put a dedicated focus on the IoT infrastructure and applications, facilitating environmental responsibility, an "IoT for a Green Planet".



Original research and technical papers not published elsewhere focusing on some the following topics (but not limited to) will be presented:

- Green by Internet of Things / Green of Internet of Things Technology

- Design of future sustainable technologies linking the physical and virtual world

- Novel services and applications to facilitate environmental responsibility

- Emerging Internet of Things business models and process changes

- Communication systems and network architectures for the IoT

- Experience reports from the introduction and operation of networked things in areas such as healthcare, logistics & transport

- Emerging applications and interaction paradigms for everyday citizens

- Social impacts and consequences, such as security, privacy, opportunities and risks

- Smart Objects

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