It is our great pleasure to announce the International Conference on Industrial Internet of Things (ICIIoT 2020), to be held in October 2020 in Solo, Central Java, Indonesia. The conference is organized by the TIMERS (Technology, Informatics, Management, Engineering Research Support), Indonesia.
IoT plays significant role in Industry 4.0 in order to perform digital manufacturing as all devices, robots, simulations, and tools have sensors and provide data. Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is the integration of physical systems with sensors and software. The value propositions of the IIoT are analytics, remote access and management, collaboration, speed and accuracy of intelligence, and the easy capture and transfer of knowledge (not just data). Communities of devices in the IIoT handle small data—which when aggregated becomes part of big data. Much more demanding than either the Human Internet of Things (HIoT) or even traditional machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, IIoT applications often use autonomous, peer-to-peer distributed control. Compared to HIoT applications such as wearable fitness trackers or home thermostats, the IIoT must meet more stringent requirements.Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has quite different requirements from a Human IoT. Achieving the full potential of the IIoT will require a specialized framework of technologies be put in place. Internet of Things (IoT) has been seen as a homogeneous entity, but in fact it can be divided at a high level into the human IoT (HIoT) characterized by applications and functions that involve human interaction and the commercial and industrial IoT, which is projected to surpass the HIoT in both size and economic value. The IIoT needs Autonomous control, Peer-to-peer operation, Industrial-Strength reliability, Industrial-Grade Security, Enablement of existing devices and applications to evolve alongside new ones, Wired as well as wireless conectivity and Scalability.
The industrial Internet draws together fields such as: machine learning, big data, the Internet of things and machine-to-machine communication to ingest data from machines, analyze it (often in real-time), and use it to adjust operations. The integration of complex physical machinery with networked sensors and softwares is aimed to analyze industrial big data for actionable information, to run operations from anywhere on any device, to engage and to collaborate in cloud communities to solve business problems together, to increase speed and accuracy of intelligence, to capture and transfer knowledge easily between your people, systems, and sites, to provide high performance solutions for a connected world. The aim of the conference is to stimulate interaction and convergent among researchers active in the areas of Control, Automation, Communications, Smart Sensors and Actuators, Informatics, Wired and Wireless Systems, Mobile Technology, Computing, System Security. All topics are in the context of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). The topics of interests include, but are not limited to:
Modern and Advance Control; Linear and Nonlinear Control; Computational Intelligence Control; Adaptive and Robust Control; Multi Agents Control; Networked Control; Fault Detection and Control; Control Performance Assessment; Industrial Control Applications; Evolutionary Control; Model-Predictive Control; Optimal Control; Hybrid Control, Discrete Event Control; Biological Control.
Industry 4.0; Industry Applications; Modern Heuristics Methods in Factory Automation; Mechanism Design and Applications; Energy Management Systems; Home and Building Automation; Intelligent Manufacturing Systems; Intelligent Transportation Systems; Service and Public Sector Systems; Environmental Systems; Robotics & Mechatronics; Formal Modeling and Analysis of Manufacturing Systems; Synthesis and Analysis Techniques, Performance Evaluation and Reliability; Preventive Maintenance; Automated Manufacturing Systems; Enterprise Data Server and Integration; Programmable Logic Controller; Distributed Control System; Human Machine Interface (HMI); Process Automation Network; SCADA; Intelligent Automation; Asset Management Systems (AMS); Supply Chain; Precision Motion; Automation Network; Computer Integrated Manufacturing; Fault Diagnosis; Integration Technologies.
Communication & Mobile Technologies
Body area networks; Capacity, Throughput, Outage, Coverage; Cognitive radio networks; Congestion and Admission Control; Congestion, load and admission control; Dynamic spectrum management; Future wireless Internet; Internet of things; Interworking Heterogeneous Wireless/Wireline Networks; Localization for Wireless Networks; Location dependent networks; Mesh, Relay, Sensor and Ad Hoc Networks; Mobile and Wireless IP; Mobile computing; Mobility, location, and handoff management; Multi-hop and relay networks; Multimedia QoS and Traffic Management; Network architectures; Network Estimation and Processing Techniques; Performance of E2E Protocols over Wireless Networks; Proxies and Middleware for Wireless Networks; Robust routing; Satellite communications; Self-organizing networks; Smart cities and smart grids; Vehicular networks; Wireless Broadcasting, Multicasting, Geo-casting, Streaming and Routing; Wireless Network Security and Privacy; Wireless sensor networks; Machine to Machie (M2M) Communication; IP-based and Web-based Communication and Applications; Self-configurable Systems ; Integration of Automation Networks; Real-Time and (Networked) Embedded Systems (RTNES); Green communication systems and network; Sensor Networks and Embedded System; Network and information security; Wireless and optical networks; Routing and Control Protocols; Broadband wireless access.
Machine Learning and Data Mining; Classification and Clustering; Multi-resolution Techniques; Information Retrieval; Artificial Neural Networks; Knowledge based networks; Fuzzy systems and applications; Evolutionary Algorithms Genetic algorithms; Evolution strategies; Genetic programming and evolutionary programming; Computer Vision and Image Analysis; Intelligent Image, Signal, and Speech Processing; Information Systems; Mobile Computing; Multimedia Applications; Natural Language Processing; Parallel and Distributed Computing; Performance Evaluation; Programming Languages; Re-configurable Computing Systems; Security & Cryptography; Software Engineering & CASE; Algorithms; Computational Intelligence; Automated Software Engineering; Bioinformatics; Compilers and Interpreters; Computer Animation; Computer Architecture & VLSI; Computer Architecture and Embedded Systems; Computer Games, Graphics & Virtual Reality; Computer Modeling; Computer Networks and Security; Computer Vision; Computer-aided Design/Manufacturing; Computing Ethics; Data Communications, Compression and Encryption; Data Mining; Databases; Digital Library; Signal and Image Processing; Distributed Systems; Event Driven Programming; Expert Systems; High Performance Computing; Theoretical Computer Science; User Interface; Dilution of Organizational Boundaries; The centrality of Information System (IS) and IT in Organizational Processes; Innovation and IS; Enterprise Application Integration; Enterprise Resource Planning; Business Process Change; Iterative and Incremental Methodologies; Agile Methodologies; IS Design and Development as a Component-Based Process; IS Design and Development as Social Negotiation Process; IS Design and Development as a Global and Distributed Process; E-Learning and Teaching.
Advancement of Knowledge Engineering Sciences; Agricultural Engineering; Automotive Engineering; Bio-medical Engineering; Chemical Engineering; Civil Engineering; Communication Engineering; Computer Engineering; Control System Engineering; Electrical and Electronic Engineering; Environmental Engineering; Food Engineering; Geomatic Engineering; Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering; Interdisciplinary Engineering; Marine Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Mining and Mineral Processing Engineering; Space Science and Space Engineering; Information, Computer and Communication Technology (ICT); Advancement of ICT Knowledge; Artificial Intelligence; Communication; Computation Theory and Mathematics Data; Database Technology; Educational Technology; Emergent Information Technology; ICT Applications; ICT Infrastructure; ICT Policy and Social Impact; Information Systems; Multimedia Security System; Signal Processing; Software; Software Engineering and Web Technology.
Aerospace Technology; Energy Technology; Engineering Materials; Nanotechnology; Process Technology; Resource-Based Technology; Water Technology; Environment Technology; Bio and Nature inspired Technology; Vehicular Technology; Industrial Technology; Communication Technology; Multimedia Technology; Mobile Technology; Transportation Technology; Unmanned Systems; Geographical Information System (GIS).
Sensor and Actuator
Vision Sensing; Sensors Signal Processing; Sensors and Actuators; Sensors Phenomena and Modelling Sensors; Smart Sensors and Sensor Fusion; Electromagnetic Sensors; Chemical and Gas Sensors; Physical Sensors; Electronic.