The Ming Hsieh Institute in the Dept. of Electrical Engineering at the University of Southern California co-organized this workshop in collaboration with Inria@SiliconValley.
The goal of this invited workshop was to bring together a select group of researchers and practitioners from industry, academia and government labs from US and Europe working on various topics of relevance to the Internet of Things to understand and discuss the state of the art in this emerging domain and identify research challenges and new directions that could help shape the next generation of this technology.
Topics discussed in this workshop included wireless communications and networking, hardware and testbeds, operating systems and middleware, security and privacy, realworld applications and data analytics.
Based on the recommendations and deliberations of participants, the final outcome report of the workshop identifies major challenges and directions for future research and development of the Internet of Things.
Bhaskar Krishnamachari: bkrishna(at)usc.edu , Valerie Issarny: Valerie.Issarny(at)inria.fr