The ETSI IoT Conference is part of the ETSI IoT Week, “Pursuing Digital and Green Transformation”. The conference will take place in ETSI premises, Sophia Antipolis, France, on
11-14 October 2022 and will run in parallel with IoT Demonstrations, on 11-13 October 2022..

The ETSI IoT Conference will focus on:

  • IoT technologies and innovations (semantics and ontologies, digital twins, IoT and edge, IoT and AI among others);
  • IoT for a better life, including digital and green transformation and eHealth;
  • Horizontal ETSI IoT standards for the vertical business sectors.

The ETSI IoT Week is an excellent opportunity to network with other IoT stakeholders and actively contribute to the shaping of future IoT solutions and standards.

We hope you'll join us! 

  • Tuesday 11 October
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    09.00 SESSION 1: OPENING SESSION
    Enrico Scarrone, TIM, ETSI SmartM2M Chair, Programme Committee Chair

    9.00 Welcome Address
    Luis Jorge Romero, ETSI Director General

    9.10 Introduction to the ETSI IoT week : the Role and Responsibility of Standardization in IoT
    Enrico Scarrone, TIM, ETSI SmartM2M Chair, PC Chair

    9.20 The Role of IoT Standards to Help Resolve Security Challenges
    Rana Kamill, BT

    9.40 HSbooster.eu - How EU Projects and Researchers Can Speed up the IoT Technology Uptake
    Nicholas Ferguson, COMMpla

    10.00 IOT and the Digital Transformation: EU Perspective
    Svetoslav Mihailov, European Commission DGCONNECT

    10. 20 Morning Coffee & Networking Break
    Demonstration Visits

    11:00 SESSION 2: DEMONSTRATIONS PRESENTATIONS
    Xavier Piednoir, ETSI Technical Expert

    11.00 Standardized Device Provisioning and Data Access with oneM2M
    Andreas Kraft, Deutsche Telekom IoT GmbH

    11.10 Heterogenous, Federated Iot Systems for Public Protection and Disaster Relief Scenarios
    Michael Street, NATO C&I Agency

    11.20 The IoTAC Software Security-by-Design (SSD) Platform
    Miltiadis Siavvas, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas

    11.30 oneM2M Stacks and Self Energy Consumption
    Thierry Monteil, IRIT

    11.40 Demonstration of MEC IoT API
    Marco Centenaro, Athonet S.r.l.

    11.50 oneM2M-based Unmanned Aircraft Data Management Platform
    Jong-Hong Park, Korea Electronics Technology Institute

    12.00 Digital Transformation Using AI-Enabled IoT Based on the oneM2M Standards
    Jaeho Kim, Sejong University & KETI

    12.10  Managing AI Services with oneM2M and Semantics
    Przemysław Ratuszek,  Orange

    12.20 Demonstrate SAREF-Based Semantic Interoperability In Action
    Fabio Coelho, INESC TEC

    12.30 Lunch & Networking Break
    Demonstrations Visits

    14.00 SESSION 3: IoT AND EDGE COMPUTING FOR GREEN TRANSFORMATION (to be continued in Session 7)
    Session Chair: Georgios Karagiannis, Huawei Technologies

    This session will discuss the IoT and Edge computing high-level objectives and challenges associated with EU Green transformation and sustainability targets; It will also focus on existing Environmental Footprint Methodologies and on how IoT and Edge can contribute to carbon footprint reductions in various industrial sectors..

    14.00 IoT Done Sustainably
    Dale Seed, InterDigital, oneM2M TP VC and oneM2M SC convenor Sustainability Committee

    14.20 Achieving Sustainability Goals Through SGS Iot Grain Conditions Monitoring Solution
    Aleksandar Mitrevski, SGS

    14.40 IoT and Edge Computing Carbon Footprint Measurement Methodologies
    Sylvie Couronné, Fraunhofer IIS

    15.00 NCIe a Carbon Emission KPI for any Network Type
    Paolo Gemma, Huawei

    15.20 Afternoon Coffee & Networking Break
    Demonstrations Visits

    16.00 SESSION 4: Adoption and Usability of Ontologies and SAREF
    Session Chair: Laura Daniele, TNO

    The IoT industry perceives ontologies as a useful means to enable cross-platform and cross-domain interoperability, also as a result of significant standardization efforts like SAREF in ETSI. However, most industrial practitioners are not familiar with this technology and miss concrete guidelines and successful stories of semantically interoperable solutions, which are at the same time easy to be replicated. This session will provide an opportunity to learn about current initiatives and projects that focus on this challenge and will discuss the way forward towards a broader adoption and better usability of ontologies and SAREF.

    16.00 SAREF Introduction
    Laura Daniele, TNO

    16.10 AIOTI - Ontology landscape
    Martin Bauer, NEC

    16.30 EU-Iot and Ontocommons Workshop Ontological Interoperability and Standardization:
    Recommendations and Application of Ontologies in Cross-Domain

    Arkopaul Sarkar, Trust-IoT

    16.50 Large Scale Deployment of SAREF-Based Semantic Interoperability Solutions in Interconnect
    David Rua INESC TEC

    17.10 SAREF for Smart Lifts and its Application to the Vertical Sector.
    Mauro Dragoni, Fondazione Bruno Kessler

    17.30 Panel Discussion with the Session Speakers, led by Session Chair

    18.15 End of Afternoon and Networking Cocktail

  • Wednesday 12 October
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    9:00 SESSION 5: TECHNOLOGIES TO SUPPORT eHEALTH
    Session Chair: Marie-Agnès Peraldi-Frati - University Côte d'Azur

    IoT Technologies are now effectively embedded in many aspects of eHealth. Our four speakers will discuss this from their personal viewpoint, addressing the ever-growing demand in a changing environment in diagnosis and treatment of patients and data collection issues for health service providers.

    9.00 IoT in eHealth – Diagnosis, Therapy, Recovery, Wellness
    Scott Cadzow, C3L (Cadzow Communications Consulting Ltd)

    9.20 Using a Simple Geolocation Symbolic System in the Framework of E-health
    Nel Samama, Institut Polytechnique de Paris / Telecom SudParis

    09.40 Challenge and Development - Asynchronous Contact Tracing
    Luigi Liquori, INRIA

    10.00 IoT Practical Support in a Hospital Setting
    Adam Fowler, VMware Tanzu Platform Architect and chair of the LFPH Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) worldwide

    10.20 Panel discussion
    with the session speakers, led by Session Chair

    11.00 Morning Coffee & Networking Break
    Demonstration Visits

    11:30 SESSION 6: THE ROLE OF EDGE IN IoT (to be continued in Session 10)
    Session Chair: Dario Sabella, ISG MEC Chair, Intel

    This session will explore the role of edge computing in IoT environments, by providing an overview of standardization activities and related gaps, complemented by some application use cases (e.g. railways) and exemplary MEC implementation related to IoT service API; it will also introduce the emerging edge-native paradigm applied to the ASSIST-IoT approach for the Next NG-IoT Decentralized Architecture

    11.30 MEC IoT Service: an Overview
    Marco Centenaro, Athonet S.r.l.

    11.50 High Priority Edge Computing Standardisation Gaps and Relevant SDOs
    Orfeas Voutyras, Institute of Communications and Computer Systems

    12.10 Transparent Access to Edge Computing Services for IoT Applications
    Josef Hammer, Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt

    12.30 Iot and Edge Computing as Enabling Technologies for Data Spaces
    Antonio Kung, Trialog

    12.50 Lunch & Networking Break
    Demonstration Visits

    14:00 SESSION 7: IoT AND EDGE COMPUTING FOR GREEN TRANSFORMATION (continuation of Session 3)
    Session Chair: Georgios Karagiannis, Huawei Technologies

    14.00 Interconnect - a European Project that Changes the Way Energy is Consumed
    Jean-Philippe Pierre , ISEN - YNCREA Mediterranée

    14.20 Digital Twin for the Green Transformation: Requirements and Enabling Technologies
    Umberto Fattore, NEC Laboratories Europe GmbH

    14.40 The European Green Deal and how Edge IoT could accelerate the green transition in Europe and beyond
    Svetoslav Mihaylov, EC DG CONNECT

    15.00 Panel discussion
    with the session speakers, led by Session Chair
    • Umberto Fattore, NEC Laboratories Europe GmbH
    • Paolo Gemma, Huawei
    • Svetoslav Mihaylov, EC DG CONNECT
    • Aleksandar Mitrevski, SGS
    • Jean-Philippe Pierre, ISEN- YNCREA MEDITERRANEE
    • Dale Seed, InterDigital, oneM2M TP VC and oneM2M SC convenor Sustainability Committee

    15.45 Afternoon Coffee & Networking Break
    Demonstrations Visits

    16:15 SESSION 8: CONNECTIVITY ENABLING IoT
    Session Chair Giulio Maggiore ETSI TC INT chair, TIM

    We have in front of us new connectivity technologies unlocking opportunities along the IoT value chain. Flexibility, speed, and the traceability of materials and products are playing an increasingly important role in industry. Thanks to connectivity, cars, machines and plants deliver the data necessary for boosting productivity, preventing failures, through greater transparency. The challenge will be to cope the great number of devices and connections with sustainability approach though optimal energy consumption and power efficiency.

    16.15 Car IoT and New Connectivity Perspectives from the SparkLink Alliance
    François Fisher, FSCOM, AIOTI Mobility WG Chair

    16.35 Mioty - the Future of Sustainable Wireless IoT Communication
    Josef Bernhard, Fraunhofer-Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS

    16.55 Achieving Optimal Energy and Power Efficiency in IoT Devices with MIPI I3C
    Michele Scarlatella, MIPI Alliance

    17.15 Panel Discussion
    with the session speakers, led by the session Chair

    17.45 End of Afternoon and Networking Drink

  • Thursday 13 October
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    9.00 SESSION 9 : IoT SECURITY (to be continued in Session 13)
    Session Chair: Alex Leadbeater, ETSI TC CYBER Chair, BT

    IoT is frequently in the news headlines for all the wrong reasons with inadequate security leading to compromise or privacy impacts. This two-part session (9 and 13) will explore the impacts of IoT Security weaknesses and industry initiatives to close the IoT Security gaps.

    09.00 IoT Security – Standards Development for Vertical Domains
    Scott Cadzow, C3L (Cadzow Communications Consulting Ltd)

    9.20 Would you Still Trust your IoT Product Supplier from Now On?
    Roland Atoui, Red Alert Labs

    09.40 Defending Smart Cities against Cyber Attack, Nature and Acts of War
    Konrad Wrona, NATO C&I Agency - plus partners

    10.00 The IoTAC Software Security-by-Design Platform
    Miltiadis Siavvas, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas

    10.20 Morning Coffee & Networking Break
    Demonstrations Visit

    11.00 SESSION 10: THE ROLE OF EDGE IN IoT (continuation of Session 6)
    Session Chair: Dario Sabella, ISG MEC Chair, Intel

    This session will explore the role of edge computing in IoT environments, by providing an overview of standardization activities and related gaps, complemented by some application use cases (e.g. railways) and exemplary MEC implementation related to IoT service API; it will also introduce the emerging edge-native paradigm applied to the ASSIST-IoT approach for the Next NG-IoT Decentralized Architecture

    11.00 Edge-Native Paradigm: ASSIST-IoT Approach for the Next NG-IoT Decentralized Architecture
    Ignacio Lacalle, UPV

    11.20 The Role of the Edge in IoT-Based Railway Diagnostic Satellite and 5G Integrated Networks
    Lorenzo Santilli, Telecom Italia

    11.40 Panel discussion

    led by the session chair

    • Marco Centenaro, Athonet S.r.l.
    • Josef Hammer, Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt
    • Antonio Kung, Trialog
    • Ignacio Lacalle, UPV
    • Lorenzo Santilli, Telecom Italia
    • Orfeas Voutyras, Institute of Communications and Computer Systems

    12.15 Lunch & Networking Break
    Demonstrations Visits

    14.00 SESSION 11: INTEROPERABILITY, KEY TO DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION
    Session Chair: Roland Hechwartner, oneM2M Technical Plenary Chair, Deutsche Telekom AG / T-Mobile International Austria

    Using data of interconnected things leads to a complex system mixing-and-matching of technology components and data transfer across vertical sectors. This challenge can be mastered to achieve interoperability, security, efficiency, economy of scale and trust.

    14.00 OneM2M Enabling Interoperability
    Roland Hechwartner, oneM2M Technical Plenary Chair, Deutsche Telekom AG / T-Mobile International Austria

    14.20 Why Interoperability is Key for Local Authorities to Master Data Sovereignty and ICT Carbon Footprint
    Christophe Colinet, Bordeaux Métropole / eG4U

    14.40 A Simulation Framework for the oneM2M Standard
    Marie-Agnès Peraldi-Frati, University Côte d'Azur

    15.00 Device Data Orchestration Using oneM2M
    Andre Dias Dutra, Deutsche Telekom IoT GmbH

    15.20 Panel discussion
    with the session speakers, led by Session Chair

    16.00 Networking Coffee  & Demos Visits

    16:30 SESSION 12: DIGITAL TWINS BETWEEN STANDARD AND INNOVATIONS
    Session Chair Massimo Vanetti, European Digital SME Alliance

    Discussing the innovation that the application of Digital Twins can bring to IoT applications and standards.

    16.30 Internet of Things & Digital Twins: Just a Buzzword or a Challenging Opportunity?
    Marco Picone, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia

    16.50 Combining Digital Twins with Cognitive Agents and Plausible Reasoning
    Dave Raggett, W3C/ERCIM

    17.10 An Introduction to oneM2M’s Smart Device Template and Data Structures
    Andreas Kraft, Deutsche Telekom IoT GmbH

    17.30 Panel discussion
    with the session speakers, led by Session Chair
    • Umberto Fattore, NEC Laboratories Europe GmbH
    • Andreas Kraft, Deutsche Telekom IoT GmbH
    • Marco Picone, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
    • Dave Raggett, W3C/ERCIM

    18.00 End of Afternoon and Networking Drink

  • Friday 14 October
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    9:00 SESSION 13: IoT SECURITY (continuation of Session 9)
    Session Chair: Alex Leadbeater, ETSI TC CYBER Chair, BT

    IoT is frequently in the news headlines for all the wrong reasons with inadequate security leading to compromise or privacy impacts. This two-part session (09 and 13) will explore the impacts of IoT Security weaknesses and industry initiatives to close the IoT Security gaps.

    09.00 Evolving Cellular Connectivity to Meet the Needs of an Expanding IoT
    Saïd Gharout, Trusted Connectivity Alliance IoT RSP Working Group, Kigen

    09.20 The Security Evaluation Standard for IoT Platforms (SESIP): Quantifying the Benefits of Re-Use and Mapping to ETSI EN 303 645
    Carlos Serratos, GlobalPlatform

    09.40 IoT Devices Identity Management
    Lorenzo Gatti, InfoCert S.p.A.

    10.00 Panel Discussion
    with the session speakers, led by Alex Leadbeater
    • Roland Atoui, Red Alert Labs
    • Scott Cadzow, C3L (Cadzow Communications Consulting Ltd)
    • Lorenzo Gatti, InfoCert S.p.A.
    • Saïd Gharout, Trusted Connectivity Alliance, Kigen
    Carlos Serratos, GlobalPlatform
    • Miltiadis Siavvas, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas
    • Michael Street, NATO C&I Agency - plus partners

    10.45 Networking Coffee Break

    11:15 SESSION 14 : ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE LEVERAGING IoT
    Session Chair: Michelle Wetterwald, Netellany/ FB Consulting

    Artificial Intelligence and IoT are closely linked. The data processed by AI are very often produced by sensors, while the automated outcome of AI decisions is executed by IoT actuators. Standards, more specifically on shared data, have a major role to play in this interaction, which will be outlined in this session.

    11.15 Overview of AI Activities in ETSI
    Lindsay Frost, NEC

    11.35 Artificial Intelligence, IoT Device Management : the Indispensable Collaboration 
    Samuel Berlemont, Orange

    11.55 Bringing the Power of Standards IoT Platform to AI
    JaeSeung Song, Sejong University, oneM2M TP Vice Chair

    12.15 Cross-Domain Data Usability in IoT Ecosystem Comprising IoT Devices, Humans and Machines
    Michelle Wetterwald, Netellany / FB Consulting

    12.35 Panel Discussion
    with the session speakers, led by Session Chair

    13.00 Event Closure & Wrap Up

    13.05 End of the ETSI IoT Week and and Snack

ETSI Headquarters
650 Route des Lucioles
06560 Valbonne - Sophia Antipolis
FRANCE

Tel: +33 4 92 94 42 00

Detailed venue information is available here.

Programme Committee Members:

  • Francisco da Silva, ETSI SmartM2M Vice Chair, Huawei Technologies
  • Laura Daniele, TNO
  • Mauro Dragoni, Fondazione Bruno Kessler
  • Ray Forbes, ETSI ISG ENI Chair, Huawei Technologies
  • Lindsay Frost, ETSI ISG CIM Chair, NEC
  • Raul Garcia-Castro, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM)
  • Patrick Guillemin, ETSI
  • Roland Hechwartner, oneM2M Technical Plenary Chair, Deutsche Telekom AG / T-Mobile International Austria, Programme Committee Vice Chair
  • Georgios Karagiannis, Huawei Technologies
  • Alex Leadbeater, ETSI TC CYBER Chair, BT
  • Luigi Liquori, INRIA 
  • Svetoslav Mihaylov, DG CONNECT, European Commission
  • Thierry Monteil, IRIT
  • Marie-Agnes Peraldi-Frati, INRIA
  • Xavier Piednoir, ETSI
  • Enrico Scarrone, ETSI SmartM2M Chair, oneM2M Steering Committee Chair, Telecom Italia S.p.A., Programme Committee Chair
  • Massimo Vanetti, European Digital SME Alliance, Programme Committee Vice Chair
  • Michelle Wetterwald, Netellany/ FB Consulting, Programme Committee Vice Chair
  • Suno Wood, ETSI TC eHEALTH Chair, eG4U
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