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Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

H. Isakovic, E. Azpiazu Crespo, R. Grosu:
"An Energy Sustainable CPS/IoT Ecosystem";
accepted as talk for: 1st EAI International Conference on Intelligent Edge Processing for the IoT Era, Braga; 2020-12-02 - 2020-12-04; in: "Edge IoT", Springer, (2020).



English abstract:
This paper provides a short overview on methods and technologies
necessary to build smart and sustainable Internet-of-Things
(IoT). It observes IoT systems in a close relation with data centered
intelligence and its application in cyber-physical systems. With the current
rate of growth IoT devices and supporting CPS infrastructure will
reach extremely high numbers in less than a decade. This will create an
enormous overhead on world's supply of electrical energy. In this paper,
we propose a model extension for estimation of energy consumption by
IoT devices in next decade. The paper gives a de nition of CPS/IoT
Ecosystem as a mutually codependent heterogeneous multidisciplinary
structure. Further we explore a set of methods to reduce energy consumption
and make CPS/IoT Ecosystem sustainable by design. As a
case study we propose energy harvesting sensor node implemented as a
wild re early detection system.

German abstract:
This paper provides a short overview on methods and technologies
necessary to build smart and sustainable Internet-of-Things
(IoT). It observes IoT systems in a close relation with data centered
intelligence and its application in cyber-physical systems. With the current
rate of growth IoT devices and supporting CPS infrastructure will
reach extremely high numbers in less than a decade. This will create an
enormous overhead on world's supply of electrical energy. In this paper,
we propose a model extension for estimation of energy consumption by
IoT devices in next decade. The paper gives a de nition of CPS/IoT
Ecosystem as a mutually codependent heterogeneous multidisciplinary
structure. Further we explore a set of methods to reduce energy consumption
and make CPS/IoT Ecosystem sustainable by design. As a
case study we propose energy harvesting sensor node implemented as a
wild re early detection system.

Keywords:
IoT, sustainability, CPS, energy, harvesting, ecosystem


Related Projects:
Project Head Radu Grosu:
ADEPTNESS


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