Asia Pacific Advanced Network Meeting

Grand Millennium Hotel Auckland 5th - 9th August 2018


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Internet of Things Working Group Session


ObjectivesInternet of Things (IoT) technology makes much impact on our society, and many APAN members have been conducting academic research, system and service development, demonstrations, and real-world deployment of IoT technology. In this session, we will have several presentations from APAN members sharing their IoT-related experiences and discussion with the audience.
Target AudienceAnyone who is interested in IoT technology
Session Co-ordinator(s)Eiji Kawai, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
Expected No. of Participants40
Seating ArrangementClassroom
Date:Wednesday 2018-08-08
Time:09:00 - 10:30
Location:Tasman 1
Session Chair(s):Eiji Kawai, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
No. of Participants:33, out of which 7 have provided feeedback
Agenda
1.  Keynote: OTA & IoT: A Shared & Collaborative Responsibility   Slides (PDF)
Kevin Meynell, Internet Society, The Netherlands
IoT is responsible for huge growth in the number of unmanaged or minimally-managed devices connected to the Internet. Do we really know who or what is communicating with them, and the information they are collecting and sending? This presentation will explore the issues and challenges, and will present the OTA initiative which is backed by major industry players to promote best practices in the protection of user security, privacy, identity, and data stewardship.
2.  KOREN SmartX Platform for IoT Application Services   Slides (PDF)
Seung-Joon Seok, Kyungnam University, South Korea
KOREN, that is a Korean representative research and test network, is currently developing an open platform, referred to as KOREN SmartX Platform, with the goal of providing a flexible, programmable, user centric test environments to IoT application service developers. IoT application service developers will be able to build their own IoT systems on top of KOREN SDI using the SmartX platform. In this presentation, I would like to report on the concept, architecture and progress situation of the KOREN SmartX Platform.
3.  ScienceLoRa - The Wireless IoT Network & Service in KREONET for Science Applications   Slides (PDF)
Joobum Kim, Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI), Korea of Republic
IoT is extending its reach not only private and industrial areas but also public and science areas. KREONET launches a new wireless IoT network project, called ScienceLoRa, for supporting science applications. ScienceLoRa is the wireless IoT network based on LPWA technology. In this presentation, the speaker introduces the current status of the ScienceLoRa and its applications.