Distinguished Expert Panel

Distinguished Expert Panel

DEP Session: Friday, 21 August 2015, 15:20~17:00, Ballroom A

Chairs
Kiyohito Yoshihara (KDDI R&D Labs., Japan)
Yu-Huang Chu (CHT, Taiwan)
Taesang Choi (ETRI, Korea)
Panellist
Dr. Song-hoon Baik (KT, Convergence Lab., Korea)
Dr.Songhoon-Baik Abstract
Many people say that the IoT changes everything.
And many authorities anticipated the market size of IoT increases drastically within few years. However, that seems to be a dangerous over-simplification and the market size of IoT has not been expanded as expected in reality. The main question is, then, how can we overcome the gap between the expectation and the reality? This issue is mainly addressed in my talk.


Bio
Ph.D , MBA
Area of Interests: High speed network infrastructure,
Smart City (Ubiquitous City), Infra & Platform Application of IoT (Smart Car, Smart Farm, IoT Gateway)

Dr. Shingo Fujimoto (Fronted Network Management Project Network Systems Laboratories Fujitsu Laboratories LTD., Japan)
Dr.Shingo-Fujimoto Abstract
Introducing ‘oneM2M Release 1′ the global standard to ease build and manage IoT system, which consist with various sensors and actuators. The hot topics for developing ‘Release 2′ specification will be briefly explained.


Bio
Mr. Shingo Fujimoto is a Staff Researcher at Frontend Network Management Project, in Network Systems Laboratories, Fujitsu Laboratories Limited.
His research in Fujitsu Laboratories aims to ease device and network management of the Internet of the Things.
He is vice chairman of the protocol working group at oneM2M Partnership Project, where he actively contributed to develop technical specification since creation of the group. His wide variety of knowledge about internet protocols come from his history of research and standardization activities in multiple SDOs, like IETF and OMA.
He holds the Master degree in Computer Science from the University of Electro Communications, Tokyo.

Prof. Fuchun Joseph Lin (National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan)
Prof.Fuchun-Joseph-Lin Abstract
There are already many useful services enabled by M2M communications such as video surveillance, smart grid, smart home, connected vehicle, industry automation and smart city. These services are different from traditional Internet services such as e-mail, web browsing and video watching. As a result, we need to understand new charging factors beyond those defined in the past such as amount of data transfer, number of short messages and duration of voice communication. In this research, we identify new charging factors for M2M communications and analyze their differences with traditional voice and Internet networks. Based on the result of our analysis, new charging models specific to M2M communications are proposed to enable smart data pricing that creates a win-win situation for M2M operators and users.


Bio
Fuchun Joseph Lin is Professor of Department of Computer Science and Associate Chief Director of Microelectronics and Information Systems Research Center at National Chiao Tung University (NCTU). Before joining NCTU in August 2012, he was Chief Scientist in Applied Research of Telcordia Technologies in U.S.A. focusing on M2M Communications and Next Generation Mobile Networks. He was with Telcordia Technologies for 20 years and AT&T Bell Labs for 4 years.
He received his PhD in Computer and Information Science from the Ohio State University and MS and BS in Computer Science from National Chiao Tung University. He published more than 50 journal and conference papers and acquired and filed more than 10 patents. He was also active in SDOs such as IEEE, 3GPP and ATIS and contributed to the formation of NGSON, ISB and NGN architecture and specifications.

Dr. Soumya Kanti Datta (Eurecom, France)
Dr.Soumya-Kanti-Datta Abstract
The current activities in IoT are focused on architecture and protocols for efficient interconnection of heterogeneous things and creation of value-added services. But the success of IoT strongly depends on adaptation of the IoT products and services by consumers. Recognizing the importance of consumers and the benefits IoT can bring to the public, this presentation emphasizes on consumer centric IoT approach. It will discuss consumer requirements, services, management of end user devices and standards in creating an ecosystem which considers the consumers at the core of IoT platforms.


Bio
Soumya Kanti Datta is a research engineer in EURECOM, France and is working on French research projects “Smart 4G Tablet”, “WL-Box 4G” and “DataTweet”. His research focuses on innovation, standardization, generation of new ideas and development of next-generation technologies in Mobile Computing, Computer Security, Internet of Things and Machine-to-Machine Communication. He is an active member of IEEE Communication Society and IEEE Consumer Electronics Society. He has published more than 25 research papers in top IEEE Conferences and Journals. Soumya has served as Co-Track Chair of ICCE 2015, the flagship conference of IEEE CE Society and has organized and co-chaired several special sessions on IoT in IEEE conferences. He is also serving as TPC member and designated reviewer for several IEEE conferences. He is a frequent participant of ETSI events and regularly gives presentations on IoT at various events including ETSI. Currently he is involved in oneM2M and W3C Web of Things Interest Group and actively contributing to their standard development activities.