Kuta, Bali – Indonesia, 13-15th November 2019
the International Conference on Industrial Internet of Things (ICIIoT 2019), to be held in November 2019 in Bali, Indonesia. The conference is organized by IEEE Indonesia Control Systems and Robotics and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is the integration of physical systems with sensors and software. The value propositions of the IIoT are analytics, remote access and management, collaboration, speed and accuracy of intelligence, and the easy capture and transfer of knowledge (not just data). Communities of devices in the IIoT handle small data—which when aggregated becomes part of big data. Much more demanding than either the Human Internet of Things (HIoT) or even traditional machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, IIoT applications often use autonomous, peer-to-peer distributed control. Compared to HIoT applications such as wearable fitness trackers or home thermostats, the IIoT must meet more stringent requirements.Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has quite different requirements from a Human IoT.
Achieving the full potential of the IIoT will require a specialized framework of technologies be put in place. Internet of Things (IoT) has been seen as a homogeneous entity, but in fact it can be divided at a high level into the human IoT (HIoT) characterized by applications and functions that involve human interaction and the commercial and industrial IoT, which is projected to surpass the HIoT in both size and economic value. The IIoT needs Autonomous control, Peer-to-peer operation, Industrial-Strength reliability, Industrial-Grade Security, Enablement of existing devices and applications to evolve alongside new ones, Wired as well as wireless conectivity and Scalability.
Dr. Patricia Gruber, SES
Office of Naval Research Global US Navy
Assoc. Prof. Han-Lim Choi
Director, Lab. for Information and Control Systems
Dept. Aerospace Engineering Korea Advanced Science and Technology
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