Nordic IoT Yearly meeting (by invitation only)
22-23 April, 2020 in Gothenburg
Program to follow……
2nd Workshop on Fog Computing and the Internet of Things (Fog-IoT)
21 April 2020, Sydney, Australia
ECS Brokerage event
14-15 January, 2020. Brussels
The Hub Industrial IoT Roadmapping workshop (by invitation only)
28 November 2019, Stockholm
27 November at 19:00 dinner
8:00-9:00 Morning Coffee and networking
9:00-9:20 Introduction by Paul Pop and Martin Törngren
9:20-10:00 First Presentation
10:00-10:30 Coffee break
10:30-11:30 Presentation on IIoT roadmaps – Haydn Thomson
11:30-12:00 Introduction to the Workshop – Martin Törngren
12:00-13:00 Lunch and poster session
13:00-13:30 Setting the scene – 5 min Presentations
– Paul Pop, DTU
– Martin Törngren, KTH
– Michael Berger, DTU
– Vesa Hirvisalo, Aalto
– Amund Skavhaug, NTNU
– Flavius Gruian, LTH
– Erik Larsson, LTH
13:30-15:30 Workshop Session. Coffee and Swedish fika will be served during this session
15:30-16:30 Presentation of workshop outcome
19-21 November, 2019, Helsinki
Embedded Conference Scandinavia
5 Nov., 2019, Stockholm (Kista)
The 7th Scandinavian Conference on System and Software Safety Day 2
23 October, 2019, KTH
The 7th Scandinavian Conference on System and Software Safety Day 1
22 October, 2019, KTH
ICES Thesis fair:
2 October, 2019, KTH
ICES AI competence group meeting
19 Sep, 2019, Solna
Lund Connected Systems and Circuit Design Workshop 2019
From: 2019-09-19 09:00 to: 2019-09-20 15:00
ICES Testing on model-based testing
17 Sep. 2019, KTH
7th Nordic Systems Engineering Autumn Tours
16 Sep. 2019, KTH
From:2019-11-13 14:30to: 2019-11-14 16:30
From:2019-11-19 09:45to: 2019-11-21 16:00
Workshop on SOTIF and functional safety concept for ADAS and automated driving
Time: Fri 30 Aug 2019, 13.00, Location: KTH, Brinellvägen 85, third floor, room Gladan
It has already been an agreement that ISO 26262 is insufficient for the functional safety of ADAS and automated driving systems due to the introduction of AI into automotive embedded systems. As a compensation, SOTIF finally released its first version early this year. The purpose of this workshop is to collect safety experts from OEMs, suppliers and academia to discuss on the following questions.
- How does SOTIF compensate ISO 26262?
- How should we adopt SOTIF to improve the functional safety concept of ADAS and automated driving systems in terms of architecture and development methodology?
- Is SOTIF enough? How should SOTIF be improved?
7th Nordic Systems Engineering Autumn Tours 2019
Time: Mon 16 Sep 2019, 09.00
In Stockholm the NoSE seminar is arranged by INCOSE Sweden and ICES – The Innovative Center for Embedded Systems. KTH, the Royal Institute of Technology, will host NOSE 2018 in Stockholm.
Time: Wed 2 Oct 2019, 11.00, Brinellvägen 85, room Gladan
System and software safety in electronic systems is becoming increasingly central in many industries and indeed as part of
often critical societal infrastructure. The systems become ever more complex, connected and autonomous and the software
continues to grow. This poses many challenges even for mature organizations, requiring approaches that go beyond established best practices.
Time: Tue 5 Nov 2019, 08.30, Kistamässan, SE
Nordic IoT Summer School
Lund-Trondheim-Chemnitz Summer School on Robotics
August 5-9, 2019, Lund University
Topics in Motion Planning and Control for Underactuated Mechanical Systems
Keywords: Dynamic constraints, mechanical systems with passive degrees of freedom, trajectory planning for constrained systems, moving Poincare sections, Poincare and Zhukovski stability, transverse dynamics, transverse linearization, hybrid transverse linearization, non-prehensile manipulation
The course helps students systematically explore topics of modern robotics and nonlinear control theory focused on developing scalable methods for performing and analyzing agile movements of dynamically constrained robotic systems. Modeling, motion planning and control algorithms for such systems become important and unavoidable, for instance, in describing problem settings for automating various labor-intensive tasks such as grasping, manipulating or handling of external objects performed nowadays in industry and service applications primarily by humans. Most of dynamic constraints in applications are case specific or linked to scenarios of work of mechanisms. Meanwhile, some constraints are generic and can be simultaneously present in describing behaviors of quite distant nonlinear systems. Constraints due to under-actuation provide examples of such generic structural features of nonlinear mechanical systems.
The first part of lectures emphasize challenges and approaches to handle and overcome dynamic constraints. The second part of the course includes lectures devoted to illustrating theoretical arguments, and to practicing on available software and hardware realization of the method developed for solving trajectory planning and control assignments for performing non-prehensile manipulation of a passive disc on a hand of a Butterfly robot.
The Nordic IoT Summer School is a week-long intensive introduction to all aspects of IoT systems. Rich sensor systems and distributed computation allow computing systems to measure and interact with the physical world. These emerging IoT systems will necessarily stretch from edge and fog computing devices that connect to cloud servers. Challenges at all levels of abstraction – devices, software, networks, architectures, and applications – must be faced to deliver on the potential of IoT systems technology.
Topics range across the design stack and network: low power VLSI edge devices, signal processing and control, security, algorithms, applications.
This summer school is a successor to two traditions: the DTU summer session on embedded computing and Georgia Tech summer schools on IoT and CPS.
Location: June 17-21 2019 on the DTU campus, Lyngby, Denmark
14th International Federated Conference on Distributed Computing Techniques: DisCoTec is one of the major events sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP). It gathers several conferences and workshops that cover a broad spectrum of distributed computing subjects, ranging from theoretical foundations and formal description techniques to systems research issues.
Prix BLOXHUB Interactive: an international prize, symposium and exhibition focusing on creating more liveable cities
Join us at the Prix Bloxhub Interactive Symposium for 2 days of talks, panels, keynotes, debates, art, applied solutions and future visions. Embracing the intersection between SPACE, TECHNOLOGY and BEHAVIOR we have carefully curated a program that will give you access to the stakeholders that shape tomorrow’s discourse around urban liveability and digital technology. We encourage you to take part in the discussion around the question:
“HOW CAN WE MAKE CITIES MORE LIVEABLE USING DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY?”
THE SYMPOSIUM WILL TAKE PLACE MAY 21-22 2019
2019-05-07 08:00 to: 19:00
Place: Lund University Student Union (Kårhuset) LTH John Ericssons väg 3, Lund Sweden
An exciting event oreganised by The Antenna Measurement Techniques Association. Spend the day with the Antenna Measurement Techniques Association listening to top experts present the most recent developments in the industry.
From: 2019-09-19 09:00 to: 2019-09-20 15:00
Place: Grand Hotel day 1, LTH day 2
From: 2019-11-13 14:30 to: 2019-11-14 16:30
Place: Stora Hörsalen, IKDC, Sölvegtan 26, Lund
Welcome to this year’s Swedsoft conference, the eight annual Software Technology Exchange Workshop (STEW). This year’s conference theme is Connected Society.
From: 2019-11-19 09:45 to: 16:00
Place: M-huset, Ole Römers väg 1, Lund
För nionde året öppnar vi robotlabbet på LTH för studiebesök. Den europeiska robotveckan erbjuder olika robotrelaterade aktiviteter för allmänheten runtom i hela Europa, och syftet är att visa på robotteknikens ökande betydelse inom en rad olika områden. Vi vill även inspirera ungdomar i alla åldrar att intressera sig för naturvetenskap och teknik.
Nordic IoT Yearly meeting (for associated PhD students only)
Budva, Montenegro, June 10-14, 2019
Time: Thu 21 Mar 2019, 15.00, Stockholm
Time: Tue 7 May 2019, 13.00, Stockholm
The Summer School on Cyber Physical Systems
June 10th – 14th in Stockholm
Theme – Trustworthy Highly Autonomous CPS
You are invited to an intensive week, arranged by KTH and Halmstad University covering the latest CPS insights and knowledge. We have gathered the most prominent leaders in the field to make this week one of its kind. These, hopefully warm and sunny, days will leave you with a deep understanding of the complexity of Autonomous CPS solution and how different areas intertwine with each other.
The 7th Scandinavian Conference on System and Software Safety
The 7th Scandinavian Conference on System and Software Safety Day 1
The 7th Scandinavian Conference on System and Software Safety Day 2
Stockholm, October 22-23, 2019
The 2019 version of IoThon will take place in May 3-5, in Helsinki.
IoThon is a focused IoT hackathon for students, researchers and developers working on open source IoT projects.
Co-chairs: Professor Xue Liu(McGill University); Professor Rasit Eskicioglu (University of Manitoba)
CPS-IoT Week is the premier event on Cyber-Physical Systems and Internet-of-Things Research. It brings together five top conferences, HSCC, ICCPS, IPSN, RTAS and IoTDI, multiple workshops, tutorials, competitions and various exhibitions from both industry and academia. Altogether the CPS Week program covers a multitude of complementary aspects of CPS, and reunites the leading researchers in this dynamic field from 15 to 18 April 2019.
NOTICE: FOR NORDIC IoT PhD STUDENTS:
Jan. 15, 2019: paper submission (firm)
Feb. 11, 2019: notifications
Feb. 15, 2019: camera ready
Apr. 15, 2019: workshop day
– If you don’t want to send your paper to this workshop because you’re targeting a conference and/or journal later, we can still accommodate you: Just tell us not to include your paper in IEEE Xplore—we will link you paper PDF on the workshop website, but the paper will not be a formal publication.
Workshop for building an IP Strategy – 14 Nov., 2018
Managing Intellectual Properties within a company is often not at the top of the “To do” list when building a prosperous business. However, the consequences for the company, and company assets, may be large unless a solid fundament is established to handle certain situations. We call this building an IP Strategy.
The workshop is a hands-on exersise where groups (each having 3-5 persons) are instructed to act for a fictive company “Genesis 1:3” operating in the field of lighting equipment and having a catchy slogan “and let there be light”. During the workshop, different situations are described and each group will discuss issues that may arise from the situations and propose items that should be covered by the IP Strategy in order to establish a solid fundament.
We hope for engaged participants that will provide new insights for the groups. The result of the workshop is a checklist for items that should be included in an IP Strategy together with an understanding why these items are important and the risks that are involved when not having an IP Strategy.
The workshop is mainly intended for people that in their profession comes into contact with intellectual property rights in connection with different types of contractual relationships.
The workshop is free of charge for ICES members, the price for non member is 1 000 SEK.
10 December 2018
Coverage models and coverage based test design for embedded systems. We will review graph and logic based coverage models. We look at their relative advantages and disadvantages, including standards compliance. We then consider how these coverage based approaches can be applied to requirements-based testing (use cases) and model-based testing of embedded systems. The course is particularly suitable for engineers with responsibility for test suite design and/or quality assurance. It is also suitable for IT professionals with only limited testing experience.
The course is primarily aimed at industrial members of ICES, KTH students can attend if there are places available. Priority will then be given to graduate students. Places are limited.
ICES members: 1500 SEK
Non-members : 3 000 SEK
Registration will be closed 2018-11-30
We invite you to get inspired and share ideas on the soft touch of IoT. This technology can be easily designed to fit in many applications serving our society and a sustainable future.
Lund: Tuesday Sept. 25th 2018 13.15-17.00
Anniversary conference for the KTH-industry competence network in embedded and software intensive systems
Sept. 27-28, 2018 at KTH, Stockholm
Internet of Things: Fog Computing and the Internet of Things
Session chair: Ivan Ring Nielsen, Director, Nordic University Hub on Industrial IoT, DTU Compute
Fog Computing, also sometimes called Edge Computing, brings the Cloud “closer to the ground”, to the edge of the network, where the “things” are located. The talks will present the new paradigm of Fog/Edge Computing and its role in the IoT. We’ll hear about IoT use cases, what are the challenges when prototyping IoT devices and how the Fog can secure the IoT.
10.00 Edge Computing and IoT
Johan Eker, Principal Researcher, adj. Professor, Ericsson
10.25 Towards Mission-Critical Control at the Edge and Over 5G
Karl-Erik Årzén, Lund University
10.50 The AntibIoTic Comes with the Fog – Protecting IoT Devices Against DDoS Attacks with Fog Computing
Nicola Dragoni, Associate Professor, DTU Compute
11.10 Remote Container Management platform for refrigerated container
Marius Waldum, Product Owner and Søren Vedel, Data Scientist, Maersk
11.30 The pitfalls of the second prototype and how to avoid them
Henrik Ehlert, Tech Architect, inQvation and Henrik Bo Hansen, CTO, inQvation
Internet of Things: IoT technologies and Security (Cloud to Edge)
Session chair: Martin Nordal Petersen, Ass. Professor, Nordic University Hub on Industrial IoT, DTU Fotonik.
This track has presentations from IoT infrastructure providers, including open-spectrum technologies like SigFox and LoraWAN as well as the licensed NB-IoT. This also includes applied use-cases and security issues related to these technologies.
13.50 The wireless infrastructure of the future for logistics and food quality monitoring
Teracom/Indesmatech A/S (TBA)
14.10 IoT platform – the value of data
Kristian Krautwald, IoT Denmark
14.30 NB-IoT – The future of cellular IoT
Søren Madsen, TDC
14.50 Artificial Intelligence 2.0 – The rat traps of the future are poison-less and intelligent
Rune Barslund, Arctic Systems
15.10 Security and robustness in IoT technologies, a comparison (SigFox, LoraWAN, NB-IoT)
Florian Coman, DTU Fotonik
15.30 How modern IoT solutions as Smart products can utilize Cloud and Edge technologies
Kim Nicolaisen, CGI
Nov. 5, 2018 at KTH, Stockholm
Nordic IIoT Yearly meeting on 14-15 August in Helsingborg
Call for participation – Smart Cities Summer School, 2–6 July 2018
This Summer School on Smart Cities will provide an overview of the latest technical progresses related to smart cities via realistic case studies delivered by well known scholars, active researchers and practitioners, as well as present challenges and opportunities for future research and applications.
Moreover, the summer school will provide an opportunity for all participants to gain some hand-on experience via realistic projects in a hackathon (se below), and several networking opportunities.
Topics covered (to be finilized):
Smart cities – challenges and opportunities
Big data analytics and cognitive analytics
Smart City as a Cyber-Physical Social System
Smart building and energy systems
Sensing and control in smart cities
Gaming and interactive visualization
Streaming machine learning
Geographical Information Systems and the Google Earth Engine
5G technology for smart cities
IoT Platforms for Industry 4.0
EIT Digital Industry Summer School
July 1 – July 14, Munich
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of physical devices with embedded software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity. IoT technology is one of the pillars of Industry 4.0 – a new industrial business logic where self-organising, smart factories are capable of (mass-) producing highly customised products.
Within the field of IT, one of the major challenges, besides the integration of IoT devices into existing production lines and products, is to identify valuable use cases and sustainable business models. Exploring concrete and tangible use cases could demonstrate how companies can connect their products, manufacturing processes and product development to obtain more customer-centric products and services.
During this Summer School, participants will learn how companies make use of IoT platforms for enhanced value creation in the fields of product design, manufacturing, and customer integration. The participants will gain hands-on experience in prototyping with IoT technology and will be able to evaluate the economic benefits of IoT applications as well as opportunities for new business models.
Enabling Technologies for Industrial Internet of Things (ET-I2oT 2018)
Pisa, Italy 16-24 July 2018
The 3d Edition of the Summer School “Enabling Technologies for Industrial Internet of Things” is organized to offer about 50 hours of front lessons in the field of electronics, electromagnetics and ICT for Internet of Things (IoT), targeting an audience of Master and PhD students, early stage researchers and practitioners with a background on circuits and systems.
The summer school provides theoretical and practical (with hands-on CAD session) lessons about recent advances in enabling technologies, electronics and electromagnetics, for future wireless transceivers, systems and networks in scenarios such as IoT, Industry 4.0 and Cyber-Physical-Systems (CPS). Wireless circuits and systems and internet technology are becoming pervasive in many applications fields such as logistic (e.g. RF identification), vehicle industry (e.g. connected cars, advanced driver assistance systems, V2V and V2I wireless communications, radar, lidar), automation in industrial or domotic scenarios (e.g. wireless sensor and actuator networks), smart manufacturing (e.g. industry 4.0), health&wellness (e.g. wireless wearable sensing and biomedical circuits).
IoT – BigData – Cloud – Security
Vienna, Austria 20-31 August 2018
We are in the middle of the fourth industrial revolution. While earlier epochal developments have lasted decades from the idea to the global impact, the current development cycles are completed in few years. If we speak today of the Internet of Things, the new concept is already Internet of Everything. With an expected number of 40 billion devices in 2020, another issue is of great importance: BigData. A lot of data is provided by the billions devices, evaluated and drastically affecting our privacy. Privacy and data protection is a major challenge. As a result, the vast amounts of data will be stored in dedicated data centers – in the cloud. It goes without saying that the issue of security is directly linked in many shades. In a hitherto unprecedented extent, changes from perimeter-security to so-called edge-security will take place her, which means that it is no longer necessary to isolate a local network, but to secure the devices wherever they are, whether in the private environment or in a production-line of a smart factory. This Summer School will be working intensively with the importance of these four basic terms: IoT – BigData – Cloud – Security. The course will cover the development of these topics over the next few years and will make the students ready for the challenges of the next decade.
More info at: http://www.innesvienna.net/summer-school/IoT
Building tomorrow society: IoT applications & data management Summer School
Torino, Italy 16-20 July 2018
Internet of things, smart homes, smart buildings, smart cities, big data… these increasingly popular words describe the future ahead of us.
All these application domains require handling an incredible amount of data and interacting with an incredible amount of devices (sensors and actuators), with sufficient intelligence and power to select information and actions relevant to the end-user.
The Summer School introduces the fundamental aspects of the new breed of smart applications, and will cover their full design cycle: distributed wireless sensors, data sensing, data transmission, and collection and management, intelligent behaviors, data visualization and user interaction.
The teaching approach will be practical, with theoretical lectures intertwined with hands-on experimental activities.
Students will develop simple Smart Environment applications.
Big Data Analytics
EIT Digital Infrastructure Summer School
5-18 August, Stockholm
A key element in the digital transformation of infrastructure is the convergence and integration of intelligent networking and computing services for data analysis.
Our global interconnected world presents us with vast amounts data, that is continuously being generated by countless devices and sensors. To extract knowledge and react on patterns hidden within this never-ending stream of Big Data, we must rethink the way we process data at-rest and data in-motion.
It is a challenge to provide core enabling functions for extracting value from the massive amounts of generated data to support breakthrough innovations in industry segments like utilities, manufacturing and health.
This Summer School in Big Data Analytics focuses on business aspects, value chain, technology, safety and security of the future cloud. Advanced topics related to algorithms and platforms for Big Data are part of the course as well as business coaching for enhancing the innovation and entrepreneurial awareness and abilities of the participants.
Presentations by researchers on Big Data analytics and platforms are mixed with corporate experts on business models. The Summer School will be held at Bosön Conference site, Lidingö, Sweden
Internet of Things and Business Transformation
EIT Digital Infrastructure Summer School
29 July – 11 August, Stockholm
In this Summer School the focus is on Internet of Things (IoT) as a main driver for future digital infrastructures. With the advances of ICT, billions of “things” will collaborate through a reliable, efficient and secure network, using distributed storage and computing resources.
Fully functioning IoT requires new technical solutions in three large technology areas. Firstly, embedded systems, for energy efficient sensing and actuation. Secondly, communication and networked system for connecting the huge number of devices. And thirdly computing, data analytics and visualization for the IoT-based applications.
With the development of IoT solutions the business ecosystems of the traditional telecommunication sector are challenged but also provides new opportunities for existing as well as emerging industries.
This Summer School will train the participants to analyse the implications that this new technology area might have on society, on individuals and on businesses and to identify emerging business roles and opportunities.
The Summer School will be held at Bosön Conference site, Lidingö, Sweden.
Georgia Tech Internet-of-Things (IoT) Summer School
August 6-10, 2018 on the Georgia Tech Campus
Georgia Tech will host the first Internet-of-Things (IoT) summer school in summer 2018 to study all aspects of IoT systems, ranging from devices to algorithms and data science. IoT technology is in use in domains ranging from manufacturing to medicine and new applications are rapidly emerging. IoT systems rely on a range of technological advances: low-power VLSI devices, wireless ad hoc networking, data analytics.The intended audience of the summer school is Ph.D. students and young professionals from both industry and academia. The summer school is designed to introduce young scholars and professionals to challenges in IoT research and to build a community of researchers. The summer school will include talks by experts from numerous institutions, presentations by attendees, and both formal and informal discussions.Speakers include: Raheem Beyah, Georgia Tech; Yiran Chen, Duke; Sebastian Elbaum, University of Nebraska; Hai Li, Duke; Vince Mooney, Georgia Tech; Saibal Mukhopodhyay, Georgia Tech; Victor Nelson, Auburn University; Kamran Payanbar, Georgia Tech; Howard Shrobe, MIT; Mark Tehranipoor, University of Florida; Marilyn Wolf, Georgia Tech; Yang Wang, Georgia Tech.
Robot Operating System (ROS) Summer School 2018
20 august – 2 September, Aachen
There has been remarkable progress in the field of mobile robotics over the last couple of years due to advanced
hardware like 3D sensors and powerful embedded systems for processing. However, the software has been upgraded as well: when Willow Garage launched the first version of ROS (Robot Operating System) in 2010, they started a standardization of the „middleware“ which drives the world of mobile robotics. ROS is open source and offers the required
services of an operating system. It is fine grained and consists of numerous reusable modules. It also provides tools and libraries for obtaining, building, writing, and running code across multiple computers with a powerful communication
engine. ROS offers solutions for the main problems in mobile robotics: localisation, mapping, path planning, locomotion and perception.
Copenhagen 3 September 2018 at 17.00-20.00 (registration required)