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Topic: Current Challenges for the Internet of Things Ecosystem

Abstract: Four challenges need to be resolved to allow continuing growth of IoT infrastructure. Those are need for common infrastructure, need for uniform standards, problem of limited battery life, and the question of data ownership (data security, sharing and control). The presentation provides examples of IoT devices and addresses the aforementioned problems in the classes of applications: wearables, connected cars, smart homes and building automation, smart connected cities, and industrial automation.

Key Speaker: Aleksander MALINOWSKI (Bradley University, USA)

Aleksander Malinowski is an Associate Professor at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of the Bradley University. He is with Bradley since 1998 and enjoys both teaching and doing research at this excellent medium size private not for profit institution. Before he was briefly visiting with University of Wyoming.

Dr. Malinowski is also a Senior Member of IEEE and a Senior Administrative Committee Member for the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society. In November 2003 he received the Anthony J. Hornfeck Service Award from the Society. Dr. Malinowski is the author of 6 journal papers, 5 book chapters, and 47 other refereed publications. The areas of his main interests are networked cyber physical systems, computer networks, Ethernet, factory automation, Internet of Things, computational intelligence, autonomous mobile agents with emphasis on their navigation.

http://www.bradley.edu/academic/departments/electrical/faculty/profile.dot?id=10917dd0-3092-4e27-95f5-7eb07a52e1c5
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