[SE14-ICT4D] IoT4D: Potential and Open Issues in IoT for Development

DAY 1 – Monday 2 May – 15:30-17:00
Swiss Tech | Room 3A | Level Garden

Session Leader | Summary | Panelists and Abstracts

 

Session Leader

Marco Zennaro
Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Italy

Marco Zennaro is a researcher at the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics in Trieste, Italy, where he coordinates the Telecommunications/ICT4D Laboratory. He received his PhD from the KTH-Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, with a thesis on Wireless Sensors for Development. His research interest is in ICT4D, the use of ICT for Development, and in particular he investigates the use of IoT in Developing Countries. He is a Visiting Professor at Kobe Institute of Computing, Japan.

 

   

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Maxime Audouin, EPFL, Switzerland, Can North-made IOT Solutions Address the Challenges of Emerging Cities in the South? The case of Korean born Smart Transportation Card Implementation in Bogota [PDF Full Paper]

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Ashley Grealish, BBox, United Kingdom, BBOXX SMART Solar: a Case for Scalable Off-Grid Energy Services Enabled by IoT

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Luis Camacho, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, Design and Deployment of a Multimedia Wireless Sensor Network for Wildlife Inventorying in Western Amazon Rainforest [PDF Full Paper]

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Bjorn Pehrson, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden; University of Bergen, Norway, Challenges in the Life-cycle of Sensor Networks for Automation and Densification of Environment Monitoring in Rural Africa [PDF Full Paper]

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