When:
June 23, 2022 @ 2:45 pm – 4:15 pm Europe/Brussels Timezone
2022-06-23T14:45:00+02:00
2022-06-23T16:15:00+02:00
Where:
Croke Park Conference Centre, Dublin

IoT Week is a one-of-a-kind 4 day conference where leaders from the worlds of business, tech and science shed light on the future of technology and its impact on business and life. This year’s edition will take place in Dublin, from 20th to 23rd June 2022.

In the context of IoT Week 2022, Fed4FIRE+ will contribute to the debate by bringing attention to the added value of federated research infrastructures when it comes to the validation of next-generation IoT and Internet technologies.

“Experimenting Next Generation Internet Technologies: success stories, challenges and opportunities” workshop | 23rd June 2022

Our daily life has become more and more digital, from the way we commute to work to how we watch a movie in the evening: a “digital society” that uses a wide range of Next Generation Internet applications. Ensuring safe and trustworthy technologies is a real challenge for research, which must deal with rapidly evolving requirements and heterogeneous features in a highly competitive environment.

To tackle this challenge, testbeds’ federations play a crucial role in supporting experimenters and researchers, granting interoperable top-quality testing facilities to validate innovative solutions in a real-world environment. On the 23rd of June, the “Experimenting Next Generation Internet Technologies: success stories, challenges and opportunities” workshop will bring together experts from the research community and testbeds’ owners to share their success stories and discuss the challenges of supporting experimentation in federated research infrastructure in Europe and beyond.

Draft Agenda

1:45 pm | Welcome and introduction

  • Peter Van Daele, imec – Ghent University, IDLab

1:55 pm | Setting the scene

  • Serge Fdida, Sorbonne University

2:05  pm | Panel session: Hands-on experiences of federated testbeds

  • Brecht Vermeulen, imec – Ghent University, IDLab
  • Cédric Crettaz, Mandat International – IoT Lab testbed
  • Diarmuid Collins, CONNECT in Trinity College Dublin – IRIS testbed
  • Blaž Bertalanič, Jožef Stefan Institute – Log-a TEC testbed

3:05 pm | Wrap-up and conclusion 

  • Peter Van Daele, imec – Ghent University, IDLab

 

Don’t miss the event, register now on the IoT Week website.  

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