November 19, 2017: We are back! IoT-ASAP 2018 will be co-located with ICSA 2018 in Seattle! See https://iotasap.github.io/IoTASAP2018/
April 5, 2017: Thanks to all people that contributed to IoT-ASAP 2017 making it a success!! Stay tuned!
March 15, 2017: We thank all our reviewers for the great reviews! View the program page for a list of all accepted papers!
March 10, 2017: We are delighted to announce that the keynote will be presented by Per Persson, Master Researcher at Cloud System Software Technology at Ericsson Research in Lund, Sweden! View the program page for more details.
The Internet of Things (IoT) includes billions of heterogeneous, distributed, and intelligent things –both from the digital and the physical worlds– running applications and services from the Internet of Services (IoS). Things span, for instance, RFID tags, sensors, computers, plants, lamps, autonomous robots, and self-driving vehicles. Often, things are connected through heterogeneous platforms also providing support for, e.g., data collection, management, and applications deployment. Additionally, things can offer their functionalities as (web) services facilitating their dynamic interaction.
A key aspect of engineering IoT systems is their architecture and a wide range of challenges needs to be addressed both at design and run-time. For instance: heterogeneity, adaptability, reusability, interoperability, uncertainty, security, and privacy while also taking into account the human in the loop bringing needs on the systems’ functionalities and qualities. Novel software architecture principles are needed to overcome these challenges for IoT systems.
The objective of IoT-ASAP, International Workshop on Engineering IoT Systems: Architectures, Services, Applications, and Platforms, is to bring together researchers and practitioners from several areas (e.g., Architecture, Internet of Things (IoT), Service-Oriented Computing, Self-Adaptive Systems, Multi-Agent Systems, User Interaction and Experience) to investigate and discuss state of-the-art, principles, challenges of, and (interdisciplinary) approaches for, engineering IoT systems.