© 2008

The Internet of Things

First International Conference, IOT 2008, Zurich, Switzerland, March 26-28, 2008. Proceedings

  • Editors
  • Christian Floerkemeier
  • Marc Langheinrich
  • Elgar Fleisch
  • Friedemann Mattern
  • Sanjay E. Sarma
Conference proceedings

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 4952)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. EPC Network

    1. Sergei Evdokimov, Benjamin Fabian, Oliver Günther
      Pages 1-18
    2. Chris Kürschner, Cosmin Condea, Oliver Kasten, Frédéric Thiesse
      Pages 19-34
    3. Eberhard Grummt, Markus Müller
      Pages 35-49
  3. Middleware

    1. Luciana Moreira Sá de Souza, Patrik Spiess, Dominique Guinard, Moritz Köhler, Stamatis Karnouskos, Domnic Savio
      Pages 50-67
    2. Sudha Krishnamurthy, Omer Anson, Lior Sapir, Chanan Glezer, Mauro Rois, Ilana Shub et al.
      Pages 68-86
    3. Jan S. Rellermeyer, Michael Duller, Ken Gilmer, Damianos Maragkos, Dimitrios Papageorgiou, Gustavo Alonso
      Pages 87-104
  4. Business Aspects

    1. Christian Decker, Martin Berchtold, Leonardo Weiss F. Chaves, Michael Beigl, Daniel Roehr, Till Riedel et al.
      Pages 155-172
  5. RFID Technology and Regulatory Issues

  6. Applications

    1. Till Quack, Herbert Bay, Luc Van Gool
      Pages 230-246
    2. Michael Schmitz, Jörg Baus, Robert Dörr
      Pages 247-262
    3. Jussi Karlgren, Lennart E. Fahlén, Anders Wallberg, Pär Hansson, Olov Ståhl, Jonas Söderberg et al.
      Pages 263-275
    4. Jongmyung Choi, Chae-Woo Yoo
      Pages 276-288
    5. Kurt Adamer, David Bannach, Tobias Klug, Paul Lukowicz, Marco Luca Sbodio, Mimi Tresman et al.
      Pages 289-307

About these proceedings


ThisvolumecontainstheproceedingsoftheInternetofThings(IOT)Conference 2008, the ?rst international conference of its kind. The conference took place in Zurich,Switzerland, March26–28,2008. The term ‘Internet of Things’ hascome to describe a number of technologies and researchdisciplines that enable the - ternet to reach out into the real world of physical objects. Technologies such as RFID, short-range wireless communications, real-time localization, and sensor networks are becoming increasingly common, bringing the ‘Internet of Things’ into industrial, commercial, and domestic use. IOT 2008 brought together le- ing researchersand practitioners, from both academia and industry, to facilitate the sharing of ideas, applications, and research results. IOT 2008 attracted 92 high-quality submissions, from which the technical program committee accepted 23 papers, resulting in a competitive 25% acc- tance rate. In total, there were over 250 individual authors from 23 countries, representing both academic and industrial organizations. Papers were selected solely on the quality of their blind peer reviews. We were fortunate to draw on the combined experience of our 59 program committee members, coming from the most prestigious universities and research labs in Europe, North America, Asia, and Australia. Program committee members were aided by no less than 63 external reviewers in this rigorous process, in which each committee member wrote about 6 reviews. The total of 336 entered reviews resulted in an average of 3. 7 reviews per paper, or slightly more than 1000 words of feedback for each paper submitted.


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