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International Workshop on Ubiquitous Services Transmission for Internet of Things

November 16/17, 2019, joint with IoTaaS 2019, Xi’an, China

Internet of Things (IoT) is emerging as one of the major trends shaping the development of the information and communication technology (ICT). The forecast shows there will be 100 million connections by 2030 and most of them are contributed by IoT devices. The rapid development of IoT will provide us with ubiquitous and comprehensive service, thereby significantly improving the quality of our life.

With the rapid deployment of 5G standard, diverse IoT applications must sprang up explosively. Considering the tremendous service requirements of IoT, how to transmit various kinds of data in IoT efficiently over bandwidth limited and varied networks so as to provide multiple services is becoming a critical problem. This research field has attracted extensive attention and inspired thorough research in both academia and industry in recent years.

To facilitate the service transmission, vast open problems remain to be investigated. From the network and channel environment point-of-view, how to transmit information over high speed mobile network (e.g. vehicle network, high speed rail network, etc.) efficiently is very important. Form the data content point-of-view, how to process and transmit different kinds of data, e.g., texts, speech, images, videos, Lidar, and instructions, etc. so as to satisfy user requirements is another critical topic.

This workshop aims to bring together the active researchers in this field to share their timely and solid works on the green communication technologies for IoT. Through this forum, it is expected to provide a comprehensive overview on this topic and inspire more valuable research orientations.

Topics of Interest:

The topics related to the green communication for IoT include (but are not limited to):

  • Transport control technologies for IoT;
  • Communications in vehicular networks;
  • Wireless network access techniques;
  • QoE based multimedia transmission;
  • Data compression and storage techniques for IoT;
  • Optimal resource optimization for multiple users or diverse devices;
  • Signal processing and intelligent analysis techniques for data in IoT ;

Important dates

Paper submission due: June 30, 2019

Notification date: August 1, 2019

Camera-ready due: September 15, 2019

Conference date: November 16, 2019

 

TPC Chairs

Hui Yuan, Shandong University, China

 

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