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From smart watches to autonomous cars: securing consumers’ rights and interests in the era of smart technology and the Internet of Things KU Leuven
The amount of devices being connected to the internet is rapidly growing. This trend, often referred to as the “Internet of Things” (IoT), illustrates how everyday objects such as cars, TVs and wearables are gradually becoming equipped with sensory technology. These sensors enable the device to collect data from physical events and subsequently communicate about this information with other devices or with centralized IT systems via the ...
MIoT - Multimodal Internet of Things Communication. University of Antwerp
Software Technologies for Multi-Tenant Internet of Things Platforms KU Leuven
The Internet of Things (IoT) is an evolution in the information technology landscape where intelligence is being embedded in everyday Things through computation, communication, actuation, and sensing capabilities.
The rapid growth and unique characteristics of the IoT introduce new challenges due to the heterogeneity in hardware and software and a lack of lightweight mature software technologies.
IoT infrastructures cannot sustain ...
Intelligibility and control for context-aware Internet of Things applications. Hasselt University
IoBaLeT: Sustainable Internet of Battery-Less Things Ghent University
IoBaLeT: Sustainable Internet of Battery-Less Things
1) Summary of scientific goals IoBaLeT aims to bring the performance (i.e. throughput, scalability and range) of battery-less IoT networks on-par with its battery-powered counterparts, by enabling active rather than passive communications and computing. An end-to-end networking ...
Securing and managing large-scale shared Internet of Things Infrastructures by Policy Definition and Enforcement KU Leuven
The Internet of Things (IoT) trend shows the pervasiveness of computing and introduces an online component to many aspects of human life. However, security needs to be taken into account to ensure widespread adoption of such technology, especially since IoT directly connects the physical and virtual world. Furthermore, to unlock the full potential and economies-of-scale, multiple stakeholders must be integrated and devices must be shared ...
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) assisted Internet of Things (IoT) Services to Support Transportation Infrastructure Maintenance and Sustainability. Hasselt University
Application Centric Development in the Internet of Things KU Leuven
The Internet of Things (IoT) landscape is growing at a fast pace. In 2018, there were already 6.1 billion IoT devices which reflects 33 percent of the internet connected machines. Cisco estimates that the amount will grow to 14.7 billion connected IoT devices in 2023, or 50 percent of the connected devices. Despite the large amount of connected devices, a fully connected environment is not realistic in the near future. Almost every device ...
Security and Privacy in an Internet of Things Environment KU Leuven
The SPITE-project aims at finding appropriate solutions for realizing advanced access control in an Internet-of-Things (IoT) setting. The new mechanisms will allow for increased flexibility, adaptability and security by making use of IoT devices to ’trustworthily’ determine the user’s context, and based on this context adapting the required authentication procedure and the prevailing authorization rules. Moreover, some of the solutions can be ...