Department of Homeland Security- Homeland Security Advanced Research Projects Agency
University of California, Berkeley
Homeland Security Systems Engineering & Development Institute
Many Internet-of-Things (IoT) applications require real-time analytics to maintain situational awareness and make decisions for quick action. Most real-world IoT environments will involve:
• Multi-latency networks due to heterogeneous network interconnections.
• Multi-party networks, as different IoT subnets may be deployed and/or owned by different entities.
This workshop will focus on IoT networks in metropolitan-scale areas, aka “metro-scale networks,” which are expected to be widely prevalent in smart city and smart and connected community environments. Algorithms for real-time analytics in these environments must deal with complexities including incomplete and missing data, e.g., due to subnet outages or erroneous data from hardware, network, or software errors, and/or compromised data caused by cyber-attacks.
Link to IEEE Conference: http://icde2017.sdsc.edu
Topics of Interest:
Topics include, but are not limited to:
The one-day workshop will include a series of presentations relevant to RAMMNets, followed by moderated discussion sessions. At the end of the workshop, discussion reports will be provided by representatives from working groups. Proceedings will be produced after the event to document both presentations and outcomes from the working sessions.
Data engineering is an important aspect of future analytics systems as new data sources will emerge from sensor networks that are associated with the interaction of objects in instrumented environments. This workshop focuses on next-generation analytics environments, which are needed for efficient use of these systems—regardless of pragmatic issues such as distributed data ownership, large-scale data sets and networks, or mixed information latency.
Program Committee Co-Chairs:
• Meredith Lee, Executive Director, West Big Data Innovation Hub, University of California, Berkeley
• Stephen Dennis, Data Analytics Engine Director, Homeland Security Advanced Research Projects Agency (HSARPA), Science and Technology Directorate, U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
• Chuck Lewis, Senior Principal Systems Engineer / Data Scientist, Homeland Security Systems Engineering & Development Institute (HSSEDI) Federally Funded Research & Development Center (FFRDC)—operated by The MITRE Corporation
Saturday, April 22, 2017 9:00 AM - 4:30 PMPacific Time
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