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Internet of Intelligent Things
The IEEE World Forum on the Internet of Things (WFIoT2021) seeks submissions and proposals for original technical papers that address the Internet of Things (IoT), its theoretical and technological building blocks, the applications that drive the growth and evolution of IoT, operational considerations, experimentation, experiences from deployments, and the impacts of IoT on consumers, the public sector, and industrial verticals.
The theme for the World Forum is “The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on IoT”. In recognition of the rapid growth of IoT across the world and adoption across almost all verticals we encourage the submission of multi-disciplinary content.
Papers should address, but are not limited to, the following high-level topics:
- Applications, Processes, and Services
- Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Analytics
- Basic and Enabling Technologies
- Communication, Connectivity, and Networking
- Computing – from Edge to Cloud
- Cybersecurity, Security, and Privacy
- Infrastructure, Devices, and Components
- Information Processing from Multimedia and Heterogenous Sources
- Results from Experiments, Demonstrations and Trials, and Deployment Experiences
- Social and Societal Impacts
- Systems Engineering, Integration Methods, and Operation Technologies
- Theoretical foundations, Design methods, and Architectural Considerations
The following workshops and special session tracks are seeking papers:
Track 13.2: Mobile Edge Computing and Data Analytics for IoT
Special Sessions Tracks:
Track 14.2: IoT Empowered Multi-Energy Systems
Track 14.3: Smart Health and Internet of Medical Things
Track 14.4: AI-IIoT: The Future of Intelligent Industry
Track 14.5: IoT Technologies for Smart Villages
Track 14.6: IoT for Emergency Response and Disaster Recovery
Paper submissions are due 15 February 2021 (extended deadline).
Conference content will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases.
In addition, the World Forum is also seeking proposals for: (1) Special Sessions consisting of peer reviewed papers focused on research topics of importance to IoT; (2) Workshops consisting of peer reviewed papers, discussions, and summary results about advanced topics relevant to IoT. The summary results will be edited and published as part of the WFIoT2021 Proceedings; and (3) Industry Panels aimed at research topics important to industrial IoT issues. Each, Special Session, Workshop, and Industry Panel, once selected will issue an individual call for papers.
WF-IoT 2021 will also feature the following:
Proposals are due 21 January 2021 (extended deadline).
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