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Vision and Challenges for Realising the Internet of Things
Chapter 1 The Internet of Things
1 Origin of the concept of "Internet of Things"
4 Conclusion
1 A global revolution
2 A mental revolution
1.2 A Poor or a Rich Internet of Things; our choice now
3 A political revolution
4 A bartering revolution
5 An educational revolution
6 A technological revolution
7 A spiritual revolution
Chapter 2 The CERP-IoT Cluster
Chapter 3 Strategic Research Agenda
Executive Summary
3.1.1 Internet of Things Com- mon Definition
3.1.2 Internet of Things Vision
3.1 Internet of Things Vision
3.2 Internet of Things Application Domains
3.2.1 Aerospace and aviation (systems status monitoring, green operations)
3.2.2 Automotive (systems status monitoring, V2V and V2I communication)
3.2.3 Telecommunications
3.2.18 Recycling
3.3.1 Identification Technology
3.3 Technologies supporting the Internet of Things vision
3.3.2 Internet of Things Archi- tecture Technology
3.3.3 Communication Tech- nology
3.3.4 Network Technology
3.3.5 Network Discovery
3.3.6 Software and algorithms
3.3.7 Hardware
3.3.8 Data and Signal Pro- cessing Technology
3.3.9 Discovery and Search Engine Technologies
3.3.10 Relationship Network Management Technologies
3.3.11 Power and Energy Stor- age Technologies
3.3.12 Security and Privacy Technologies
3.3.13 Standardisation
3.4.1 Identification Technology
3.4.2 Internet of Things Archi- tecture Technology
3.4 Internet of Things Research Agenda, Timelines and Priorities
3.4.3 Communication Tech- nology
3.4.4 Network Technology
3.4.5 Software, Services and Algorithms
3.4.6 Hardware
3.4.7 Data and Signal Process- ing Technology
3.4.8 Discovery and Search Engine Technologies
3.4.9 Relationship Network Management Technologies
3.4.10 Power and Energy Stor- age Technologies
3.4.11 Security and Privacy Technologies
3.4.12 Standardisation
3.4.13 Future Technological Developments
3.4.14 Internet of Things Research Needs
3.5 References
Chapter 4 Articles
1 Introduction
4.1 Anti-Counterfeiting and how to deal with it in an IoT
2 Markets for Counterfeit Products
3 Automatic Identification and Authentication
4 Business Process Integration
5 Summary
4.2 Challenges for Usage of Networked Devices Enabled Intelligence
2 Analysed Business Environments
3 Networked Devices Enabled Intelligence
4 The CuteLoop Framework
5 Conclusions
6 Acknowledgement
7 References
1 IoT and NFC
4.3 NFC Technology and its Application Scenarios in a Future IoT
2 NFC technology
3 Services and use-cases
4 StoLPaN project results
5 Conclusion and Future Work
6 Acknowledgment
2 Lessons Learnt from the SMART project
3 Lessons learnt from the TraSer project
4 Discussion and Conclusions
5 References
6 Acknowledgements
1 The CASAGRAS Initiative
2 CASAGRAS Conclusions
3 Recommendations
1 Organization
4.6 Standardisation issues challenges on RFID and a future IoT
2 GRIFS – Architecture and Standardisation
3 GRIFS conclusions
4 GRIFS standard database
5 GRIFS MOU and GRIFS Forum
4.7 Developing and Piloting the Next Generation of Networked RFID Systems
2 BRIDGE work strands: achievements and outlook
3 Enhancing European operations with RFID and fine-grained information sharing
4 Conclusions
1 Internet of Things
2 ASPIRE
3 Hydra
4 Summary and Future Steps
5 Acknowledgment
6 References
2 Traceability in the forest and wood industry
3 Monitoring environmental performance
4.10 RACE networkRFID – Stimulating the take-up of RFID in Europe
2 The Vision
The Vision
3 Impact
4 Members
4.11 Outlook on Future IoT Applications
2 Technology
3 Applications
4 Research Priorities
5 Future outlook
Chapter 5 Projects in the Cluster
AmI-4-SME
ASPIRE
BRIDGE
CASAGRAS
CASCADAS
CE RFID
CoBIs
CONFIDENCE
CuteLoop
DACAR
DiYSE
DYNAMITE
EPoSS
EURIDICE
GRIFS
Hydra
IFM Project
Indisputable Key
IMS 2020
PEARS Feasibility
PrimeLife
RACE networkRFID
SMART
SMMART
StoLPaN
SToP
TraSer
WALTER
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IoT Cluster Book March 2010

IoT Cluster Book March 2010

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