Urb-IoT 2018 one day program

21 Nov 2018
Hotel de Guimarães

Urb-IoT 2018 one day program

Urb-IoT 2018

3rd EAI International Conference on IoT in Urban Space

Wednesday 21st November, 2018
8h30 Registration
9h00 – 9h15 Welcome
9h15 – 10h30

SESSION 1: IoT for Urban Analytics

CityFlow: Supporting Spatial-Temporal Edge Computing
for Urban Machine Learning Applications

Makoto Kawano, Takuro Yonezawa, Tomoki Tanimura, Nam Ky
Giang, Matthew Broadbent,Rodger Lea, and Jin Nakazawa

Ethical and Social Aspects of Connected and Autonomous
Vehicles: A Focus on Stakeholders’ Responsibility and
Customers’ Willingness to Share Data

Steven Andorka and Kira Rambow-Hoeschele

Evaluating Street Networks for Predictive Policing

Júlio Borges, Michael Beigl, Nelio Cacho

10h30 – 10h45 Coffee break
10h45– 12h30

SESSION 2: Design challenges in Urban IoT

Challenges in Using IoT in Public Spaces

Ulf Hedestig Daniel Skog and Mikael Söderström

Exploring new Digital Affordances of city life

Rui José and Paula Trigueiros

A Comprehensive View on Quality Characteristics of the
IoT Solutions

Miroslav Bures, Xavier Bellekens, Karel Frajtak, and
Bestoun S. Ahmed

Connected Vehicles in the Shark Tank: Rethinking the
Challenge for Cybersecurity to Keep Pace with Digital

Nick G. Rambow, Steven Andorka, and Kira Rambow-Hoeschele

12h30 – 14h00 Lunch
14h00 – 15h30

SESSION 3: Methods and technologies for IoT

AudioIO: Indoor Outdoor Detection on smartphones via Active
Sound Probing

Long Wang, Josef Roth, Till Riedel, Michael Beigl, and
Junnan Yao

Day-ahead Load Forecasting based on Conditional Linear
Predictions with Smoothed Daily Profile

Sunme Park, Kanggu Park, and Euiseok Hwang

GANonymizer: Image Anonymization Method Integrating Object
Detection and Generative Adversarial Network

Tomoki Tanimura , Makoto Kawano , Takuro Yonezawa , and Jin

Performance Evaluation of Source Routing Minimum Cost
Forwarding Protocol over 6TiSCH Applied to the OpenMote-B

Anderson Rocha Ramos, Fernando J. Velez and Gordana

15h30 – 16h00 Coffee break
16h00 – 17h30

SESSION 4: Urban mobility and Connected Vehicles

Analysis of time of use and intermodality of
ride-hailing services in Singapore using mobile web
traffic data

CHAN Sau Yee

An Exploratory Study of Relations between Site Features and
I2V Link Performance

Luís Sousa, Pedro M. Santos and Ana Aguiar

Urban Landscape Revolution: The Potential of Connected
Vehicles and Their Impact on the Mobility Ecosystem

Steven Andorka and Kira Rambow-Hoeschele

Review of Technological and Economic Considerations on
Future Vehicle Design: Autonomous, Connected, Electric, and
Shared Vehicles

Kira Rambow-Hoeschele and Matthias M. Hampel

17h30 Closing