Call for Workshop Papers WISI @ ARES 2019

WISI 2019

Workshop on Industrial Security and IoT (WISI) to be held in conjunction with the 14th International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security (ARES 2019 – http://www.ares-conference.eu)

August 26 – August 29, 2019, Canterbury, UK

The factory of the future requires an effective interconnection of machinery, robots, lines, products, sensors and operators to each other and to back-end systems. The industrial propagation environment may also be harsh, mostly metalized, and suffering from man-made, impulsive interference. Industrial IoT priorities are security, low latency, reliability and low cost. However, smart factories are also looking for enhanced services for people and machines that create an added value that is beyond the limits of the production environment, such as indoor localisation, smart logistic support, remote maintenance and access to machine data and advanced IT infrastructure, smart tracking of connected components and products.

In this workshop we invite papers to discuss security demands of Industry 4.0, as well as specific security tools and methods, which enable interconnection of engineering activities at multiple levels of security and safety, in order to improve system resilience and to support security lifecycle management.

Topics and Submission Deadline

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What´s happening?

This newsletter provides insights into the current research progress within IoT4CPS. Get updates on milestones and achievements and learn about the faced challenges.

Newsletter April 2019

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IoT4CPS organizes Workshop on Industrial Security and IoT at ARES Conference 2019

IoT4CPS organizes Workshop on Industrial Security and IoT at ARES Conference 2019

Workshop on Industrial Security and IoT (WISI)

IoT4CPS will be hosting WISI 2019 – Workshop on Industrial Security and IoT at this year´s ARES & CD-MAKE Conference in Canterbury, UK.
ARES & CD-MAKE will take place at the University of Kent (Sibson Building) from August 26-29, 2019.

The deadline for submissions is April, 30th. Please also see the call for papers.

**** CONFERENCE HIGHLIGTHS ****

KEYNOTES

Wojciech Samek, Machine Learning Group at Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute
Titel: Explainable Artificial Intelligence – Methods, Applications & Recent Developments

Awais Rashid, Professor of Cyber Security, University of Bristol
Title: tba

Alastair MacWillson, Cambridge-Analytica Research
Title: tba

SOCIAL EVENTS

Official Welcome Reception on Monday, August 26, 2019 / Canterbury City Tour incl. Visit of the Canterbury Cathedral on Tuseday, August 27, 2019 / Official Conference Dinner and Visit of Dover Castle & Dover White Cliffs on Wednesday, August 28, 2019

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IoT4CPS organizes session @Vienna Cyber Security Week 2019

Violeta Damjanovic-Behrendt (Salzburg Research), Omar Veledar (AVL) and Nikolaus Dürk (X-NET) gave an update on the research progress within IoT4CPS at the 2019 Vienna Cyber Security Week hosted at WKO. The session was moderated by Corinna Schmitt and mainly targeted the areas of Digital Twin and Automotive.

In addition to the session “IoT in Industry” Heinz Weiskirchner (Nokia) and Julia Pammer (SBA Research) also represented IoT4CPS in the exhibitor area.

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Deliverable 3.1 “Design & Methods Concept” published

Structuring WP3 contributions along the V-Model


Deliverable 3.1 “Design & Methods Concept” focuses on interconnecting already ongoing engineering activities at multiple levels and enrich them with tools to address dependability aspect. It outlines theoretical and practical contributions in different layers of CPS architecture.
Download the full deliverable.

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IoT4CPS @ ICT 2018: Imagine Digital

The ICT 2018: Imagine Digital took place in Vienna from December 4 -6, 2018. The 20 year anniversary brought the ICT conference back to Vienna where it premiered in 1998. With a confirmed number of over 6000 participants this year´s conference broke all previous records. In addition to a successful community session and the contribution to several networking sessions, IoT4CPS was also represented in the Austrian Village along with fellow FFG lighthouse projects.

Denise Ratasich (TUW) and Julia Pammer(SBA Research) showcase one of our demonstrators to Klaus Pseiner, head of FFG.

Austrian Village

Community Session “3 in 1”

Violeta Damjanovic-Behrendt (Salzburg Research), Mario Drobics (AIT), Omar Veledar (AVL) and Edin Arnautovic (TTTech) enouraged paticipants to join their discussion on “IoT – Connecting Physical and Digital World”, “Connectivity Issues”, “Safety and Security in Automated Driving” and “Digital Twin for Safety and Security in the Automated Industry”

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Second Plenary Meeting at JKU Science Park, Linz

The second plenary meeting hosted by the JKU took place on Tuesday, November 13, 2018.
The day was full of fruitful discussions on business needs and research questions targeting secure industrial IoT solutions.

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