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Internet of Things

BEMS in the Era of Internet of Energy: A Review

[149] Dimara, A., C. N. Anagnostopoulos, K. Kotis, S. Krinidis, and T. Tzovaras, "BEMS in the Era of Internet of Energy: A Review", 17th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence Applications and Innovations (AIAI 2021), Crete, Springer, 2021.

Interoperability in IoT: A vital key factor to create the “Social Network” of Things

[135] Pliatsios, A., C. Goumopoulos, and K. Kotis, "Interoperability in IoT: A vital key factor to create the “Social Network” of Things", Thirteenth International Conference on Mobile Ubiquitous Computing, Systems, Services and Technologies, UBICOMM 2019, Porto, IARA, pp. 63-69, 09/2019.

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.

AMINESS: ANALYSIS OF MARINE INFORMATION FOR ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE SHIPPING

The goal of the AMINESS project is to contribute in the safety, management and monitoring of the sea environment and the Aegean Sea in particular.

Duration: 
2011 - 2013
Funding Body: 

Greek Ministry of Education

Transparent: 
no
Research topic: 

sea environment safety, ship risk management, maritime data analysis, semantic data management

Semantic Interoperability on the Internet of Things: The Semantic Smart Gateway Framework

[105] Kotis, K., and A. Katasonov, "Semantic Interoperability on the Internet of Things: The Semantic Smart Gateway Framework", International Journal of Distributed Systems and Technologies (IJDST), vol. 4, issue 3, pp. 47-69, 07/2013.

extended version of our CISIS 2012 paper

Internet of Things (IoT)

In the near future the internet and wireless technologies will connect different sources of information such as sensors, mobile phones and cars in an ever tighter manner. The number of devices which connect to the internet is – seemingly exponentially – increasing. These billions of components produce consume and process information in different environments such as logistic applications, factories and airports as well as in the work and everyday lives of people.

Duration: 
48 months
Funding Body: 

TIVIT/TEKES, Finland

Transparent: 
no
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