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Luca Mottola - Internet of Things: What's Next?


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The interaction between physical objects and sensors connected to Internet makes it possible to exchange information in a manner which has never previously been possible anywhere in the world and to render smart objects inanimate in order to provide functionality and services which have not yet been fully explored.
Internet of (Every)Thing (IoE) entails various levels: from the smart home to the production of goods, among which food, and to the management of natural resources, like water. The IoE can therefore vary from examples of “consumer” oriented interconnected devices to more “enterprise” driven business cases, raising the interest of Governments and public administrations as well.
One of the most interesting field for our State’s future is the “smart agriculture”, monitoring micro- climate parameters supporting agriculture to improve products’ quality, to reduce risks coming from unpredictable weather phenomenon, to rationalize resources and to reduce the environmental impact.
If on one hand the IoE will make the world a better place to live, on the other hand it will be paramount to prevent and impede possible future abuses and violations.
The goal of the meeting is to gather international technical and legal experts to discuss opportunities and risks of IoE world.

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Luca Mottola - Internet of Things: What's Next?

  1. 1. Internet of Things: What’s Next? Luca Mottola Politecnico di Milano and SICS Swedish ICT (
  2. 2. Getting (more) intelligent…
  3. 3. Increased scale!
  4. 4. Batteries? No thanks!
  5. 5. 0% 85% 85% energy no energyno energy energy no energy energy 0% 99% 70% 0% energy no energyno energy energy 0% 85% 100%
  6. 6. Thank you!
  7. 7. Drone teams!
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