Arkady presented at the last meeting - 18 May 2018

Here comes Arkady's presentation at Deakin last Friday: 

Title: Challenges and opportunities of IoT silos interoperability
After initial hype with deploying IoT platforms in various applications and building IoT silos, the IoT research community realised the need for IoT interoperability frameworks and building IoT ecosystems as the next step in IoT evolution. This talk will focus on the challenges and opportunities of IoT interoperability with highlights into OpenIoT platform which pioneered horizontal integration of IoT silos and EU Horizon-2020 project bIoTope – building IoT open innovation ecosystem for connected smart objects. The bIoTope ecosystem is based on everything-as-a-service (XaaS) driven by run-time context, reasoning about situations, semantics, continuous analytics. The primary application domain of biotope is Smart Cities.
Professor Zaslavsky is a Senior Principal Research Scientist with Data61, CSIRO. He is leading Data61 R&D projects in Internet of Things, mobile analytics and context-awareness science areas. He is a technical leader of the EU Horizon-2020 project bIoTope – building IoT Open Innovation Ecosystem for connected smart objects. Arkady Zaslavsky holds Adjunct-Professorship appointments with a number of Australian and International universities. Arkady Zaslavsky has published more than 400 research publications throughout his professional career and supervised to completion more than 35 PhD students. Arkady Zaslavsky is a Senior Member of ACM, a Senior Member of IEEE Computer and Communication Societies. 

He recently published papers in IoT-WF’2018, Percom2018 w/s, GIoTs’2018 and others. The papers are in

The video illustrating how CoaaS works for the parking application is in  


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