The successful development and deployment of IoT solutions relies on multi-dimensional IoT reference architectures that address the different functional layers, the cross-cutting functions and system properties. These include the requirements for data and device security, device discovery, provisioning and management, data normalization, analytics, and services.
The IoT reference architectures are key for standardization, as they define guidelines that can be used when planning the implementation of IoT systems in order to address the complexity of IoT solutions and ensure trustworthy, secure, scalable, interoperable IoT deployments.
The event will include keynotes, plenary and expert workshop sessions providing insights on the achievements and next steps of the projects under the IoT and DEI Large-Scale Pilots Programme funded under Horizon 2020.
The event will include keynotes, plenary and expert workshop sessions bringing answers to what has been achieved and what remains to be done by the IoT and DEI Large-Scale Pilots Programme funded under Horizon 2020.With the help of the coordination and support actions CREATE-IoT, NGIoT and OPEN-DEI these projects are expected to team up together in order to have significant contributions to piloting European platforms, Data ecosystems, standardisation and pre-normative activities.