iCore project chaired the session on Cognitive Technologies for IoT (Activity Chain 14) where several project (BUTLER, IoT.est, IoT@Work, OUTSMART, EBBITS) contributed to interesting discussion on cognitive technologies for IoT. Members of this Activity Chain are also organising a Workshop on Self-aware IoT at ACM ICAC conference where further collaboration and progress on this Activity Chain is planned to take place. During the IoT Week iCore also contributed presentations to a number of other IERC sessions, namely to the one dedicated to IoT architectures (Activity Chain 01), presenting how iCore plans to reuse the IoT-A reference architecture; the session on semantic interoperability (Activity Chain 04), presenting the semantic approach, language and methodologies being used in iCore; the session on IoT enabling technologies (Activity Chain 13), presenting how iCore plans to leverage on cognitive technologies. iCore also held two closed sessions during the IoT Week, namely a meeting with representatives of the iCore External Stakeholder Group arranged as an interactive session to collect feedback from stakeholders (representatives of City of Enschede and industry counterparts involved in smart-city related activities) on the initial results achieved by the project in the use-cases and requirements elicitation domain. The other session has been arranged to progress discussions with Chinese representatives aimed at fostering implementation and take-up of iCore solutions on wide-scale experimental facilities.
iCore receives the runner-up demonstration award at FuNeMS 2012 – Berlin (Germany) iCore presented an early proto... Read more
Abdur Rahim Biswas
Jorge Pereira Carlos
(University of Surrey)