06 May, 2022
The objective of the IoT Digital Innovation Hub and the innovation-driven organisations involved is to help companies (especially SMEs) become more competitive through the adoption of Internet of Things technologies in their business/production processes, products and services.
This event focuses on the importance of cybersecurity in the so-called Industry 5.0. The DeepSIEM platform will be presented, which centralises an organisation's logs and analyses them in real-time in search of threats. Later, a roundtable comprising short presentations of projects and success cases will be organised.
10:00 - 10:15 CET Introducing the IoT DIH to the community/speaker: Juan Manuel Corchado
10:15 - 10:45 CET Cybersecurity in the Industry 5.0: issues & challenges/speaker: Juan Manuel Corchado
10:45 - 11:15 CET The DeepSIEM platform/speaker: Pablo Plaza & Manuel López
11:15-11:30 CET Break
11:30 – 12:30 CET Use cases: IoT and cybersecurity/moderator: Marta Plaza
12:30 – 13:00 CET Q&A and discussion/moderator: Marta Plaza
09 Dec, 2021
Date and time (start-end) of the event: 9 December at 10:00 CEST
Type of the event: Online
The event is addressed to organisations interested in the role that Digital Innovation Hubs play and will play in the technological competence map of the European Union. It is also aimed at public entities, sector professionals and other interested parties who would like to learn more about the responsibilities of the Digital Innovation Hubs in the European development framework.
03 Jul, 2019
This talk will provide an overview of 5G networks, emphasizing on the use cases, standardization timeline, and enabling technologies. Advantages and challenges of adopting different technologies, such as non-orthogonal multiple access, will be underlined. Machine-type communications will be discussed as an important driving force of future wireless networks, which allows the expansion of the wireless ecosystem to other industries like healthcare and transportation. Finally, in an attempt to answer the question “Quo vadimus,” research directions are highlighted for the dynamic and exciting field of future wireless communications.
Speaker: Octavia A. Dobre is a Professor and Research Chair at Memorial University, Canada. Previously
Place: Room 11.2 (Building I + D + i)
Limited places. Those interested in attending the conference should request and motivate their interest by writing to email@example.com
The organization will send personalized invitations until the capacity is completed.
Assistance certificate will be issued.
17 Jun, 2019
IoT Week is the place where tomorrow’s tech meets business and society.
Place: Aarhus, Denmark
Date: 17-21 june 2019
20 Jan, 2019
On Thursday, January 24 will take place in which speakers Pedro Luis Antona Diaz and Mario Briceño González. The activity will take place at the Multipurpose Building I + D + i, Room 11.2 Calle Espejo, s / n.
10 Jan, 2019
Layth Sliman - EFREI París
Masters in Computer Science in National Institute of Applied Science- France
PhD National Institute of Applied Science- France in collaboration with university of the Ryukyus, Japan
Since September 2010: associate professor in EFREI París.
UKM Malaysia (since 2014)
University of the RyukyusJapan (between 2007 and 2010)
Past Invited professor/Researcher:
Ritsumeikan University Japan
Beijing University of Technology
South China University of Technology
Institute of Visual Informatics in Malaysia
Kyushu Institute of Technology
Collaborative and Distributed Systems
Room 12.2 (Building I + D + i)
21 Nov, 2018
Business value of IT (BVIT) sits high atop most CIOs' agendas. They say it is vital to driving credibility in IT and that it is critical they get increased funding to drive it. Yet, many think it cannot be measured and that it's pointless to even try. There are many myths out there surrounding BVIT. In 2018, Gartner for the first time conducted a comprehensive study to find the truth behind BVIT. Why is it important? What is the impact if not done well? How do you measure IT's business value, and how will this change in the next 5 years? In this cost optimization webinar, we finally reveal the truth about business value of IT.
27 Jun, 2018
Europe’s leading IoT event series will bring together key industries from across Europe and beyond for 2 days of top level content and discussion. Exploring the latest innovations within the Internet of Things and covering the impact is has on many industries including Manufacturing, Transport, Supply Chain, Healthcare, Insurance, Logistics, Government, Energy and Automotive, this conference is not to be missed.
Key topics examined include: smart building & facilities management, building the connected supply chain, intelligent city and transport management, smart grid data management and analytics, asset monitoring and management, delivering smart connected new products, and more.
3 co-located events. 18 conference tracks. 8,000 attendees. 300+ speakers. 300+ exhibitors.
Arriving in Amsterdam on the 27-28 June, the third annual Europe event will host 2 co-located events covering Blockchain and AI, with 8,000 attendees expected to attend including CTO’s, Head’s of Innovation and Technology, IT Directors, Developers & Start-Up’s, OEM’s, Government, Automotive, Operators, Technology Providers, Investors, VCs and many more. The IoT Tech Expo will showcase the most cutting edge technologies from more than 300 exhibitors and provide insight from over 300 speakers sharing their unparalleled industry knowledge and real-life experiences.
This year’s agenda will highlight the most innovative advancements in technologies which are affecting IoT. There will be case studies and dedicated tracks covering the entire Internet of Things ecosystem including Smart Energy & Cities, Developing for the IoT, Connected Industry, Connected Enterprise, Connected Transportation, Data Analytics for AI & IoT, Privacy & Security and IoT Innovations & Technologies.
31 May, 2018
The Fourth Smart Cities Congress promotes the exchange of knowledge and experiences on Smart Cities in Spain, with the use of technology and innovation as basic tools for their development. To do this, it addresses the main issues related to the Smart City in a cross-disciplinary, multidisciplinary and multisectoral manner, showing initiatives that are currently being developed in our country.
The event, already consolidated as the main professional reference forum on the subject, allows the attendee to know the urban, social, technical, legal and opportunity spectrum of Smart Cities. All this with an eminently practical format based on the presentation of city projects already developed or in development in Spain.
08 Mar, 2018
The event consists of three parts: - Information days: Workshops will be held on Industry 4.0 from an external, administrative and management point of view. They will be carried out by entities of the Junta de Castilla y León - Technical conferences: Workshops will be held about Industry 4.0 from a scientific-technical point of view, delving into the underlying technologies within this concept. Will be in charge of the University of Salamanca - Makeathon: The main idea of a Makeathon is to show how agile and flexible development methodologies work, oriented towards practical solutions. In this context, different professionals and students will join efforts to generate a functional prototype that will be presented on the last day The complete information for both the days and the makeathon can be found on the web: https://industriaconectada.usal.es