Opening Remarks (9:30—9:45)
Keynote (9:45—11:00)

Scientific challenges and advances in the urban environment

José M. Hernández-Muñoz
Telefonica I+D, Spain

Abstract: The SmartSantander project aims at the creation of an experimental test facility for the research and experimentation of architectures, key enabling technologies, services and applications for the Internet of Things (IoT) in an urban landscape. The testbed is conceived as an essential instrument to achieve the European leadership on key enabling technologies for IoT, and to provide the European research community with a unique platform of its characteristics, suitable for large scale experimentation and evaluation of IoT concepts under real-life conditions. The project has deployed 10,000 devices so far in the city of Santander and its surroundings encompassing different application areas of the city infrastructure ranging from public transport, key logistics facilities such as harbour and waste management, public places and buildings, work places and residential areas, thus creating the basis for development of a real Smart City. An overview of the process and the achievements of the project will be outlined in this talk.

Coffee Break (11:00—11:30)
Session I: Analysis and vision of IoT future trends (11:30—13:00)
Chair: Carlo Vallati

The M2M Promise, What Could Make it Happen? A Techno-economic Analysis
Andrés Laya, Jan Markendahl (The Royal Institute of Technology, SE)

Social Things - The SandS instantiation
Bruno Apolloni, Gian Luca Galliani, Maurizio Fiasché, Claudio Zizzo (University of Milan, IT) George Caridakis, Georgios Siolas, Stefanos Kollias (National Technical University of Athens, GR) Francisco Barrientos (Fundation Cartif, ES) Manuel Graña Romay (Universidad del pais vasco, ES) Susana San Jose (Fundacion Cartif, ES)

Towards a Web of Sensors built with Linked Data and REST
Stefano Turchi, Lorenzo Bianchi, Federica Paganelli, Franco Pirri, Dino Giuli(University of Florence, IT)

Lunch (13:00—14:00)
Session II: Physical systems and practical issues in IoT deployment (14:00—15:30)
Chair: Bruno Apolloni

An Active Low Cost Mesh Networking Indoor Tracking System
Kevin Curran (University of Ulster, UK)

Decentralized Traffic Aware Scheduling for Multi-hop Low Power Lossy Networks in the Internet of Things
Nicola Accettura (Politecnico di Bari, IT), Maria Rita Palattella (University of Luxembourg, LU), Gennaro Boggia, Luigi Alfredo Grieco (Politecnico di Bari, IT), Mischa Dohler (CTTC, ES)

Time Synchronization in the DHT-based P2P Network Kad for Real-Time Automation Scenarios
Jan Skodzik, Peter Danielis, Vlado Altmann, Dirk Timmermann (University of Rostock, DE)

Coffee Break (15:30—16:00)
Session III: Interoperability and integration of IoT systems (16:00—17:30)
Chair: Enzo Mingozzi

Virtual Object Access Rights to Enable Multi-Party Use of Sensors
Bob Ran (TNO, NL), Vera Stavroulaki (University of Piraeus, GR), Paul Tilanus (TNO, NL)

Open Services for IoT Cloud Applications in the Future Internet
Martin Serrano, Hoan Nguyen Mau Quoc, Manfred Hauswirth (National University of Ireland - DERI Galway, IR),
Wei Wang, Payam Barnaghi (University of Surrey, UK), Philippe Cousin (Philippe Cousin, FR)

Decoupling Context Management and Application Logic: a new Framework
Bachir Chihani, Emmanuel Bertin (Orange Labs, FR) Noöl Crespi (Institut Mines-Telecom, Telecom SudParis, FR)

Closing Remarks (17:30—17:40)


Jose M. Hernandez-MunozSmartSantander: Scientific challenges and advances in the urban environment

José M. Hernández-Muñoz
Telefonica I+D, Spain

Biography: José M. Hernández-Muñoz received his Master's degree in Telecommunications Engineering from the University of Madrid (Politécnica) in 1987. In 1985 worked for Alpes Ingenieros S.A. and in 1988 with the Center for Technological and Industrial Development of the Spanish Government. He joined Telefonica I+D in 1990, getting involved in several EU funded projects. In 1998 he took part in the management of TID's Innovation Plan (1998-2001), and coordinated TID participation on several European Programs (IST, Eureka, COST, Telematics, etc.). He was appointed Head of Division in 2001. He has been Secretary of the Permanent Committee on Networks & Services of AHCIET, and representative for Telefonica at the W3C. He is author of over thirty articles and contributions to international magazines and symposiums, and has been granted four patents. He was co-founder of a successful technological start-up in 2000 and associated professor in the Telematics Engineering Department of the Carlos III University of Madrid (2002-2007). Nowadays he coordinates the SmartSantander project (INFSO-CT-257992) within Telefonica R&D.