[open-linguistics] Internet of Everything 2016

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Call for Workshop Papers

Second  International Workshop on 'Internet of Everything'

In Conjunction with the Eleventh  International Conference on Digital 
Information Management (ICDIM 2016)
Porto, Portugal
September 19-21, 2106

Technically co-sponsored by the IEEE Technology Engineering Management 
Accepted workshop papers will be published in the proceedings indexed by 
IEEE Xplore.

About the Workshop

The Internet of Everything (IoE) is expected to also make impacts in 
government, education, finance and transportation. On the consumer side 
there are nearly endless combinations of applications. The Internet of 
Things will forever change our personal and professional lives. By 2020, 
there will be 50 billion connected devices communicating through the 
Internet. Devices can range from connected coffee makers, cars, or 
sensors on cattle to connected machines in a production plant. These 
devices provide data that offers new insights, and as they talk to each 
other, they develop their own intelligence and can advise customers 
about optimal ways to put them to use. This will revolutionize consumer 
habits and the way we do work and services.

Realizing the potential of IoE the proposed workshop will address the 
new research and also visulaize the future IoT. The topics the workshop 
address includes but not limited to -
The Internet of Things and Industry 4.0
Smart Services
Smart Grid
Effects on Society
Challenges and Opportunities for Society
Business Perspective
Digital Transformation and Business
Smart Software for Smart Services
Enabling Technologies
Challenges and Opportunities for Business
IoT for Supply Chain Management
IoT in Healthcare
smartphone integration, automotive applications, vehicle connectivity
Smart Factory
Energy & Utility Management and other related topics


Submissions should provide original and unpublished research results or 
ongoing research with simulations. The papers should be between 6 to 8 
pages total in length in the IEEE format.
* All the accepted papers will appear in the proceedings published by 
IEEE and fully indexed by IEEE Xplore.
All the ICDIM papers are indexed by DBLP 
* Modified version of the selected papers will appear in the special 
issues of the following peer reviewed and indexed journals.
(Indexed in Scopus, Thomson Reuters, Journal Citation Reports, dblp, 
Engineering Index and many other databases)

Important Dates

Full Paper Submission July 05, 2016
Notification of Acceptance/Rejection August  -05, 2016
Registration Due September -05, 2016
Camera Ready Due September -05, 2016
Workshops/Tutorials/Demos September 20, 2016
Main conference September 19-21, 2016


Dr. Ricardo Rodriguez Jorge, Technological University of Ciudad Juarez 
Chihuahua, Mexico

Submissions at http://www.icdim.org/submission.html

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