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Trust Semantics in IoT Entities’ Deployment

[119] Kotis, K., and G. A. Vouros, "Trust Semantics in IoT Entities’ Deployment", Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things (AI-IoT), 9th Hellenic Conference on Artificial Intelligence (SETN 2016), 05/2016.

PREMARPOL: Prevention and Combating of Marine Pollution in Ports and Marinas

Η ρύπανση των εμπορικών και τουριστικών λιμένων και η καταπολέμησή της, αποτελεί θεμελιώδες ζήτημα τόσο της διεθνούς νομοθεσίας (Marpol Convention ’73/’78), όσο και της οικονομικής δραστηριότητας που εξαρτάται άμεσα από αυτή. Είναι γεγονός ότι από το επίπεδο ρύπανσης των τουριστικών λιμένων συναρτάται η προσέλκυση τουριστικών σκαφών, ενώ η διαρκής συσσώρευση ρύπων στα λιμάνια τα καθιστούν πηγή άμεσου κινδύνου για τις κοινωνίες που γειτνιάζουν με αυτά.

Duration: 
2011 - 2013
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Aligning Smart and Control Entities in IoT

[97] Kotis, K., A. Katasonov, and J. Leino, "Aligning Smart and Control Entities in IoT", The 5th Conference on Internet of Things and Smart Spaces 2012, issue LNCS 7469, St. Petersburg, RU, Springer, pp. 39-50, 2012.

IoT-iCore

iCore initiative addresses two key issues in the context of the Internet of Things (IoT), namely how to abstract the technological heterogeneity that derives from the vast amounts of heterogeneous objects, while enhancing reliability and how to consider the views of different users/stakeholders (owners of objects & communication means) for ensuring proper application provision, business integrity and, therefore, maximize exploitation opportunities.

Duration: 
36 months
Funding Body: 

EC-FP7

Transparent: 
no
Research topic: 

Internet of Things, Web of Things, Semantic Interoperability, Smart Environments

USEFIL

The USEFIL project aims to address the gap between technological research advances and the practical needs of elderly people by developing advanced but affordable in-home unobtrusive monitoring and web communication solutions. USEFIL intends to use low cost "off-the-shelf" technology to develop immediately applicable services that will assist the elderly in maintaining their independence and daily activities. Installation of the USEFIL system will not require retrofitting in a person’s residence and will be almost invisible once installed.

Duration: 
3 years
Funding Body: 

EC-FP7

Transparent: 
no
Research topic: 

Elderly Health Monitoring, AI and Pervasive Computing, Smart Environments and Semantic Interoperability

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