SENSEI-IOT.ORG 

1st Semantic Web 3.0 Standard for the Internet of Things (IoT & IIoT & CPS)  

                                                                                                                                   

In the NEWS:

eDaler, the future of Smart Digital Currencies:                        https://www.goto10.se/evenemang/edaler-the-future-of-smart-digital-currencies/

NIST Global Cities Team Challenge 2019 on February 20-22, 2019 in Washington, DC .https://pages.nist.gov/GCTC/

https://pages.nist.gov/GCTC/Time Synchronization on a P2P bases can protect embedded devices on the Internet and avoid the use of centralized time synchronization server hosted on a Hypervisors and exposes the owners devices to have time time synchronization compromised.

Convolution Theorem now offers a means of reducing data file size fpr retention in IoT Devices see the next IEEE P1451.7 RFID Smart Transducers for IoT Meeting on Dec. 12, 2018.

XMPP Swiss Army Knife for Internet of Things (IOT:https://blog.securitycompass.com/xmpp-swiss-army-knife-for-internet-of-things-iot-9eff783c44ba

ISA/IEEE Houston Smart Industry City Forum in Houston, TX on October 31, 2018 joint activity between ISA and IEEE P1451-99 IoT Harmonization

IEEE IoT XMPP Training Course at Yanbu Research Center (YRC) in Yanbu, Saudi Arabia on January 27-30, 2019. 

Please check for pricing that will you to attend online or in person: PDF\IEEE IoT XMPP Training Course Yanbu, Saudi Arabia R14.pdf    The fee will be by Credit Card for your registration.

Updates:

IoT Security presented by Peter Waher to IEEE 1451.0

IEEE P2418.1 F2F Meeting Presentation at NIST on September 20-21, 2018

IEEE Global Blockchain Summit at NIST on September 17-19, 2018

IEEE 1451 Configuration 2018

IEEE P1451.7 RFID Smart Transdcuers for IoT Kick-off (09/10)

IEEE P1451.99 Middle East Kick-off Meeting July 27, 2018 at 11 AM AST.

IEEE SEGE 2018 at UOIT, Oshawa, ON Canada on August 12-15, 2018

New web site at http://extas.is to see the Extasis Integration Server.

Check-out http://www.ipdx.net and if you would like to gain access to try out IEEE IoT XMPP and protocols bridges.

IEEE P21451-7 PAR APPROVED - Information Technology--Smart transducer interface for sensors and actuators--Part 7: Transducers to radio frequency identification (RFID) systems communication protocols and transducer electronic data sheet (TEDS) formats to be enhanced for the Internet of Things (IoT).

Yanbu Industrial City, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to utilize IPDX.NET to protect privacy and confidentiality for IoT & IIoT devices.

IPDX.NET bridges include MQTT, M-BUS, LWM2M, MODBUS, & IEEE IoT XMPP.

IEEE GitLab Open Source Repository:

https://gitlab.com/IEEE-SA/XMPPI/IoT

IoTDay 2018 April 9th at http://www.iotday.us           

Checkout IPDX.NET  to test use of the IoT XEPs (XMPP Extensions) that are available on the IEEE GitLab Open Source Respository.   The iot Broker will be available in the next few days for you to share sensor data.

The following are P1451-99 Subgroups:

1 - Big Data, 2 - Blockchain & x.509. 3 - 1451.0 thru .7  4. IoT Bridges 5. - Certification & Testing (INDIA). 6 - Government & Military, 7 - Middle East (ME)

Rowan University to offer a workshop focused on IEEE P21451-1, “Draft Standard for a Smart Transducer Interface for Sensors and Actuators—Common Network Services,” will be held at this year’s IEEE Sensors Applications Symposium, which is in Seoul, Korea. SAS-2018 runs from 12-14 March; the workshop will be held on the 12th. Topics for the workshop include: (1) Brief overview of the 1451 standards, (2) introduction to P21451-1, and (3) Reference implementation details for Network Node (NCAP) and Sensor/Actuator Node (TIM). Hands-on experience for workshop attendees will be available. For more information about SAS-2018, please check www.sensorapps.org  

IEEE P21451-1-4 to announce how IoT XMPP can be used by the military to protect privacy and confidentiality of data that is shared securely.

IEEE P21451-1-4 & P1451-99 bridges are proposed for deployment in Quezon City, Philippines and Yanbu City, Saudi Arabia.  Multiple locations world-wide are now be considered or currently being deployed.

IEEE P2418 Blockchain Working Group has started

IEEE TC-9 Committee and 1451/21451 Working Group meeting at National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST) on May 30 & 31, 2018.

IEEE 21451-7 RFID, GPS, and Sensors to be updated to address important issues in IoT & IIoT devices.

What is GDPR?

IoT Harmonization using XMPP White Paper

IEEE P21451-002 - Recommended Practice for Low-Power Smart Transducers Applications provides new intelligence

PowerMatcher-B (Blockchain) to be implemented in Quezon City, Philippines using IoT XMPP for various applications including Transactive Energy (TE)

EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Compliance for protection of Privacy to effect IoT and Blockchain deployments

IEEE 4th World IoT Forum in Singapore on Feb 4-8, 2018

Learn about:

NIST BDWG (Big Data Working Group) presentation on "IoT Encrypted Characteristics for Big Data Analytics Assurance" on March 13, 2018, at 1 PM EDT.

IEEE1451-99 Devices and Systems Harmonization Working Group (IM/S/DASH) Meeting on April 19, 2017 to IEEE Instrument &Measurement Society (I&MS), Industrial Electronics Society (IES), & Sensors Council (SC)

IIoT Innovation Workshop in Quezon City, Philippines on July 19, 2017

IEEE Pharma Supply Blockchain Forum - June 6, 2017, John Hopkins University, Rockville, MD

IEEE IoTDay 2017, April 10, 2017

IEEE/IFAI Expo, Sept. 26-29, 2017, New Orleans, LA

IEEE IoT Activities at http://iot.ieee.org

IEEE Transaction for Power Systems Special Issue request for participation.

SAS2017 Symposium on March 13-15, 2017

IEEE P1451-99 Project

IEEE P21451-1-4 Project

http://www.igniterealtime.org/projects/openfireConferences

White Papers:

Bridging MQTT & XMPP networks

Extending the Semantic Web to Peer-to-Peer Sensor Networks Based on XMPP

Provisioning URI Scheme IANA Registration Application

Securing the Life Cycle of Things in the Internet of Things using Thing Registries

Security in IoT using Delegation of Trust to a Provisioning Server

IEEE IoT Workshop, Mountain View, CA (Sept. 18-19, 2014)

SEGE'2014 International Smart Energy Grid Engineering - UOIT, Oshawa, Ontario Canada (August 11-13, 2014)

NIST Cyber Physical Systems Working Group, Gaithersburg, MD (August 11-12, 2014)

Seminar:  "Critical Thinking for Internet of Things (August 2014)

IEEE P21451-1 provides common universal formats used to communicate any protocol for the Internet of Things (IoT).

Special thanks to Craig K. Harmon of QED Systems, who recently passed away, who co-hosted our work on P21451-1-4.  I trust all members share our sorrow.  He will be missed and his dedication to development of ISO standards in the cargo logistics industry.

NIST Cyber Physical Systems Working Group (August 11-12, 2014)

IEEE SA P2413 IoT Reference Architecture Meeting Munich, Germany

SmartAmerica Challenge XMPP Test Bed Success   (June 14, 2014)

Science and Technology: Harnessing the Power of IoT (June 10, 2014)

SmartAmerica Challenge Exhibition, Washington, DC (June 11,2014)

Programmable Web - San Francisco, CA, Internet of Things, May 27-29, 2014

IoT Developers Day - Jaarbeurs Utrecht,   The Netherlands by Joachim Lindborg, May 28, 2014

GeoWeb Summit - San Francisco, CA, Internet of Things May 21, 2014  

XMPP - Unified Communications for the Internet of Things, by Rikard Strid, Clayster, IoT Expo, NYC (June 12, 2014)

Transforming TEDS to offer assured interoperability, by Peter Waher

Welcome to Sensei-IoT*

We invite you to learn about our working group.  Sensei-IoT.com is located in the  United States with 140 members world-wide.

Formed in 2013, "Sensei/IoT*" is the official logo of the IEEE P21451-1-4 Working Group a joint effort to develop a Unified Communications Architecture utilizing eXtensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP) a draft and first International Standard for Semantic Web 3.0 and M2M/Internet of Things (IoT)..

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

            

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meeting Schedule:

P21451.1.4 (USA/EU/ASIA)

(TBD)  10:00 AM (EST)

P1451.0 (USA/EU/ASIA)

(12/21)  09:00 AM (EST)

P1451.5 (USA/EU/ASIA)

(TBD)  10:00 AM (EST)

P1451.7 (USA/EU/ASIA)

(10/00)  10:00 AM (EST)

P1451.99 DASH Worldwide

(12/21)  10:30 AM (EST)

P1451.99 INDIA

(TBD)  08:00 AM {IST)

P1451.99 MIDDLE EAST

(10.12)  09:00 AM (EsT)

P1451.1.5  CHINA

(TBD)  06:00 PM (EST)

Publications:

IEEE SA IoT Ecosystem Study

IEEE Sensor Journal Special Edition