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IEEE Future IoT conference in Eger
The 2018 IEEE International Conference on Future IoT Technologies has been organized in Eger between 18-19 January, 2018.

The "Future IoT" conference is organized for the second time in Eger joinly by the Eszterházy Károly University and the University of Debrecen.

The aim of the conference is to bring together researchers and companies as developers and users of the Internet of Things (IoT) tools and technologies. The spectrum of IoT-specific devices, solutions and scientific approaches is wide-ranging from sensors, mobile devices and data collection to data mining, Big Data and intelligent visualization solutions. Application domains for IoT are wide-ranging as well, from smart buildings and vehicles to agricultural and industrial predictive systems. The conference covers the spectrum from theoretical results to concrete applications and solutions.

You can access the program of the conference on the following web page: https://futureiot.uni-eszterhazy.hu

 

The conference hosts 21 scientific talks, peer-reviewed and published according to IEEE regulations. As the main sponsor of the conference, Bosch gives a talk on Industry 4.0 solutions applied by the company.

The program offers further talks by 6 invited speakers: Wolfgang Kastner and Laura Kovács from TU Wien, Martin Atzmüller from Tilburg University, András Hajdu from the University of Debrecen, László Kovács from the University of Miskolc, and Péter Baranyi from the Széchenyi István University.

 

Researchers from the IoT Research Institute give the following talks at the conference:

  • Gergely Kovásznai, Balázs Erdélyi and Csaba Biró: Investigations of Graph Properties in Terms of Wireless Sensor Network Optimization
  • Melinda Pap and Sándor Király: Automated Segmentation of Energy Plants