The annual International Conference on Distributed Computing in Sensor Systems (DCOSS 2015) will take place in Fortaleza, CE, Brazil, from Wednesday, Jun 10 to Friday, Jun 12 2015.
As with previous editions of the DCOSS conferences, this conference will be co-located with several closely related workshops, and will provide a forum for researchers and practitioners to present their contributions related to the above high-level aspects of distributed sensor systems.
Workshop articles will be submitted to IEEE Digital Xplore.
- The 3rd Internet of Things – Ideas and Perspectives Workshop (IoTIP'2015)- Enrico Natalizion (Université de Technologie de
Compiègne, France) and Nathalie Mitton (Inria Lille, France) (half-day workshop). https://iotip2015.hds.utc.fr
The IoTIP workshop aims at bringing together researchers and practitioners designing and implenting Internet of Things systems, architecture and protocols. The main focus of IoTIP is twofold: technologies, applications and paradigms of the IoT that are already deployed or are under investigation and that belong to the second stage of the IoT evolution ("Current Ideas" track), as well as IoT vision and perspective towards the Web 3.0 ("Future perspective" track).
- The 7th International Workshop on Performance Control in Wireless
Sensor Networks (PWSN'2015) - Eduardo Nakamura (UFAM, Brazil), Jorge Sá Silva (University of Coimbra, Portugal), Vasos Vassiliou
(University of Cyprus) (full-day workshop). http://www.netrl.cs.ucy.ac.cy/pwsn2015/
The PWSN workshop aims at bringing together researchers and practitioners designing and deploying sensor networks that have to meet specific performance targets. Many emerging WSN applications such as plant automation and control, smart cities or health care applications require immediate and guaranteed actions. In such environments, data has to be transported reliably and in time through the sensor network. In some scenarios, data even has to travel through the sensor network and the Internet to reach the destination. In this situation the overall system spanning the Internet and sensor networks must provide together the required performance characteristics.
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