4th Workshop on Connected Intelligence for IoT and Industrial IoT Applications

Nowadays, industrial enterprises and companies are addressing the challenge of transforming the Industrial IoT (IIoT) ideas, Industry 4.0, Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS), and similar concepts into reality. In the Industry 4.0 era, various data management research challenges have to be addressed. Huge amounts of heterogeneous sensor data have to be processed in real-time to control the production machines. Data processing through smart devices is more significant compared to information processing capacity. Nowadays, data becomes humongous, even coming from a single source. Besides, unstructured data from production reports or external sources must also be integrated to analyze and optimize the production process.

Therefore, when data emanates from all heterogeneous sources distributed over the globe, its magnitude makes it harder to process up-to a needed scale. The world has seen many breakthroughs in machine learning and artificial intelligence research. By integrating the advances in smart devices, and big data analysis with the advances in machine learning, the future role of smart systems, networks, and applications is becoming limitless. It’s expected to revolutionize the future of the world within the next few years. We expect to bring together researchers from both industry and
academia with diverse backgrounds to propose a new idea, identify promising research directions, and potential challenges. The submissions are expected in areas such as theories and  applications of big data analytics, connected intelligence, visualization, analytics, predictive maintenance, privacy issues, and operation of 5G-enabled smart factories. These applications can benefit from added analysis and intelligence derived from the collected data, where this intelligence refers to the use of machine learning techniques.

Topics of interests for this workshop include, but are not limited to:

  • Machine Learning in Industrial Applications;
  • Distributed Communication Networks and Data Analysis;
  • IoT Analytics for Industry 4.0;
  • Distributed Architectures for Efficient Management of IoT Data;
  • New Hardware Architectures for Industrial Data Management;
  • IoT based real-time communication system using image processing techniques.
  • Digital transformation and artificial intelligence.
  • Big data storage management for IoT applications.
  • Real-life cases of IoT-enabled manufacturing;
  • Advanced manufacturing model under the support of cloud computing;
  • Standardization in Industrial IoT Applications;
  • Architectures, protocols, and algorithms for 5G realizations in support of smart factory requirements.
  • Real-time human behavioral measurement, modeling, evaluation, and tools for IoT Big Data.
  • Real-time behavior assessment in big data transmission with efficiency for Industrial IoT.
  • Behavioral feature-based learning from big data to facilitate monitoring.

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