IEEE GLOBECOM 2017 4-8 December 2017 // Singapore
In it's 2017 version, this tutorial will emphasize recent developments in IoT standards and Architectures, with a specific focus on how Big Sensed Data (BSD) is being managed across IoT planes.
The past two years has seen significant activity in industry-led standardization activities (such as OIC, AllSeen and Thread) in addition to the IEEE P2413 standard development. There is a growing need to understand the depth and breadth of proposed architectures, standards (across networking layers), Operating Systems and development frameworks that are available to researchers and developers alike. This will be a core take away from this tutorial.
Moreover, several elements motivate the discussion on future directions in BSD that will leap through current bottlenecks. Specifically, the underestimation of the Big Data problem with massive sensing, the lack of cooperation between sensing architectures, and the prevalence of dedicated and “architecturally disposable” sensing nodes. More importantly, the next frontier in IoT research is coupled with sense-making processes and Information services. As researchers investigate newer directions to realize a more ubiquitous presence for IoT, and more importantly building on current literature on network survivability, longevity and scalable operation. This tutorial will survey prominent research endeavours that yield the greatest promise in IoT proliferation. We see it prudent to instigate a discussion on the importance of transcending sheer vehicular communication, building novel paradigms for ubiquitous resource synergy, and deriving future systems which capitalize on inherent heterogeneity.