The Internet of Things (IoT) comprises sensors and actuators that are heterogeneous with different operating (e.g., operating platforms) and hardware (e.g., sensor chip types) characteristics, hosted on diverse IoT devices (e.g., mobile phones, vehicles, clothing, etc.). Such devices are deployed in a variety of application domains, such as smart cities, smart factories, resource management, intelligentRead more
The paper “QoS-Aware Resource Allocation for Mobile IoT Pub/Sub Systems” by Raphael Gomes, Georgios Bouloukakis, Fabio Costa, Nikolaos Georgantas and Ricardo Da Rocha got the best paper award at the 2018 International Conference on Internet of Things, 25 – 30 June 2018, Seattle, USA.Read more
Inria celebrates its 50th birthdayRead more
Georgios Bouloukakis, Patient Ntumba and Nikolaos GeorgantasRead more
The paper “USNB: Enabling Universal Online Social Interactions”Read more
On 10th of March 2016, was held the new buildings inauguration of Inria in Paris. At Inria, even the inauguration was innovative since the traditional ribbon were cut with the help of 2 drones, piloted by 2 members of MiMove Inria project-team. Inria researchers presented some of their work to Thierry Mandon, the Secretary of State for HigherRead more
On Wednesday July 8, 2015, Inria announced the launch of SoundCity, a mobile application to measure your personal exposure to noise pollution. The project is supported by the City of Paris smart city initiative and Bernard Jomier, deputy mayor responsible for health, disability, and relations with Paris public hospital system. Noise pollution, which lowers qualityRead more
With more and more devices autonomously connected to the Internet, simply named Things, the number of Things has already largely outpaced the number of connected users.Read more
The Junior Seminar is back!
The first session will be on Tuesday October 21st (exceptionally at 3.30pm).
The School on Secure Smart Object & the Internet of Things took place last September in Paris.Read more