28 November 2020
Half-Day Talk on “Making Sense of Internet-of-Things: Concept and Applications”
Date: Saturday 28th November 2020
Venue: IEM (Southern Branch) Training Centre 24B Jalan Abiad, Taman Tebrau Jaya, Johor Bahru
Speaker: Dr. Rozeha A. Rashid, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM)
We are living in the era of digital transformation. Internet-of-Things (IoT) is an essential component in Industrial Revolution 4.0 and in a more local context, in realizing the agenda of National IoT Strategic Framework. The most interesting thing about IoT is not just about the phenomenal number of connected devices that are ‘talking’ to one another over the years, but the impact on the ‘connected person’ of this ‘conversation’. It can transform existing segments of the economy: retail, farming, industrial, logistics, cities, and the environment as well as turning a smartphone into a command center and gateway for both digital and physical objects.
This talk will attempt to help the participants gain understanding on the concept of IoT and to “make sense’ of the components that constitutes IoT environment. The talk will also cover existing IoT applications and use cases of IoT solutions from Telecommunication Software and Systems (TeSS) Research Group.