Workshop on standards for IoT
ETSI and CPQD, in the context of the InDiCo project (
), will hold a workshop to highlight the value of standards in IoT, in a context where traditional industry sectors get increasingly connected, and where interoperability needs become critical.
The workshop will focus on the priorities highlighted in the Brazilian IoT National Plan i.e. Smart Cities, Health Care, Rural and Industry and demonstrate the benefits of the use of a common service layer to enable cross-sector interoperability.
When? November18th, 2019, from 8:30 to 16:30h
Where? CPQD Technology Polis (Auditorium), Campinas, SP, Brazil.
How to participate? Register for free (below)
The event will be held in English.
08h30 - 09h00 Registration
09h00 - 09h10 Opening remarks, CPQD (Paulo Curado) and ETSI (Xavier Piednoir)
09h10 - 09h45 The Brazilian National Plan for IoT (MCTIC – Guilherme de Paula Correa)
09h45 - 10h00 The Internet of Things - Vision and challenges (ETSI – Xavier Piednoir)
10h00 - 10h15 Enabling cross-cutting interoperability – the benefits of a common service layer (ETSI – Xavier Piednoir)
10h15 - 10h45 Coffee-break
10h45 - 11h45 The oneM2M ecosystem (oneM2M – Laurent Velez)
Conformance testing & Certification
11h45 - 12h45 Panel: IoT in Brazil and collaborations between Brazil and EU (CPQD – Augusto da Rocha Gomes, CTI – Roberto Panepucci, UNICAMP – Christian Rothenberg, USP e UNIFESP – Cledson Akio Sakurai, Delegação da União Europeia no Brasil – Carlos Oliveira, Anatel – José Umberto Sverzut ; moderation: ETSI – Xavier Piednoir)
12h45 - 14h00 Lunch
14h00 - 14h30 Trials and roll-outs for Smart Cities:
Examples from around the globe (oneM2M – Laurent Velez)
14h30 - 15h30 Bridging research and standardisation
European projects – focus on Autopilot (Sensinov – Mahdi Ben Alaya)
ADREAM and other research projects from LAAS-CNRS (CNRS – Khalil Drira)
- LAAS-CNRS work beyond IoT (CNRS – Khalil Drira)
15h30 - 16h00 A Brazilian Case: dojot and the project Safe City (CPQD – Rafael Souza Zanetti)
16h00 - 16h30 Next steps & conclusion
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