Industrial Internet of Things

Industrial Internet of Things

The next generation of services and applications

Industrial Internet of Things

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) field of competence focuses on the harmonization of novel communication and computational architectures with the aim of implementing heterogeneous and decentralized services and resources in an efficient, robust, and where possible, forward-looking manner.

These activities are carried out by developing software-based solutions for OSI layers 2 and above in the context of three primary fields of research:

  • decentralized edge computing
  • real-time system adaptation
  • in-network computing and analysis

 

Vision
Enable next-generation IIoT applications, such as video streaming, immersive AR/VR, swarms of production robots, autonomous vehicles and their infrastructure and micro grids/sector coupling.

Mission
Rethink, develop, and validate IIoT systems that consolidate data processing, communication, and service automation.

Services

  • Research aimed at new directions in decentralized eEdge/fFog/cCloud cComputing.
  • Support for the integration of decentralizzed data exchange in industrial environments via novel PubSub (Publish-Subscribe) approaches.
  • Optimization ofSupporting bandwidth-intensive IIoT applications through improvement of communication protocol performance and development of more flexible infrastructures.
  • Training and education, such as hands-on workshops for edge computing and technical mentorship in the area of advanced IIoT systems.

 

Dr. Rute Sofia

Your contact

Dr. Rute Sofia

+49 89 3603522 170
sofia@fortiss.org

Projects

Publications

  • 2020Leveraging Context-awareness to Better Support the IoT Cloud-Edge ContinuumLiliana I. Carvalho, Daniel Maniglia da Silva and Rute C. SofiaInProc. of The Fifth International Conference on Fog and Mobile Edge Computing (FMEC 2020). Paris, France, ():, 2020. DetailsURLBIB
  • 2020Global Mobility Management for Next Generation NetworksRute C. Sofiavolume ISBN-13: 978-1-5275-4848-0, ISBN-10: 1-5275-4848-1. Cambridge Scholars, , 2020 Computer Science edition, 2020. DetailsURLBIB
  • 2020Native OPC UA Handling and IEC 61499 PLC Integration within the Arrowhead FrameworkJose Cabral, Kirill Dorofeev and Pal Varga In 3RD IEEE International Conference on Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems, DetailsBIB
  • 2020Skill-Based Engineering in Industrial Automation Domain: Skills Modeling and OrchestrationKirill Dorofeev In 42nd International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE) Companion, DetailsBIB
  • 2020Forwarding in Opportunistic Information-CentricNetworks: an Optimal Stopping ApproachCarlos Borrego, Marica Amadeo, Antonella Molinaro, Paulo M. Mendes, Rute C. Sofia, Naercio Magaia and Joan BorrelIEEE Communications Magazine, Volume 58, Issue 5, pp 56-61. 10.1109/MCOM.001.1900774., ():, 2020. DetailsBIB
  • 2020Mobile Pervasive Augmented Reality Systems - MPARS The Role of User Preferences in the Perceived Quality of Experience in Outdoor ApplicationsRui Pascoal, Ana de Almeida and Rute C. SofiaACM Transactions on Internet Technology, (Volume 20, Issue 1, Article 7):, 2020. DetailsURLDOIBIB
  • 2019An Analysis of Fog Computing Data Placement AlgorithmsDaniel Maniglia da Silva, Godwin Asaamoning, Hector Orrillo, Rute C. Sofia and Paulo M. Mendes In Proceedings of the 16th EAI International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems: Computing, Networking and Services (EFIOT workshop) 2019. DetailsURLBIB
  • 2019Mobility Management via Inference of Roaming BehaviorOmar Aponte and Rute C. Sofia In Proceedings of the IEEE 15th International Conference on Wireless and Mobile Communications (WiMob 2019), workshop on Selected Topics in Wireless and Mobile Computing (STWiMob2019). DetailsURLBIB
  • 2019TSNSCHED: Automated Schedule Generation for Time Sensitive NetworkingAellison Cassimiro T. dos Santos, Ben Schneider and Vivek NigamDetailsPDFBIB