ISSA-DW The 2016 International Symposium on IoT Systems, Services and Analytics for Developing Worlds (ISSA-DW2016).

Scientific Objectives

Developing worlds today face several problems w.r.t. resources and environment management, healthcare that require novel, efficient and cost-effective solutions. In parallel, advanced in mobile devices, Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud services have introduced viable technologies that enable the development of novel solutions solving these problems in developing worlds. Smart devices and their capacity easily connect to the Internet and data centers for information creation, sharing and analytics that allows us to monitor, predict and control the physical world. This is opportunity for us to solve critical problems in developing worlds, such as pollution of water/land/air, healthcare, food safety, transportation, etc. However, due to unreliable communications, lack of computation resources, cost effective, easy to use, light integration and very large-scale, apply the IoT solutions in those countries to be more difficult and usually have different characteristics. The objectives of the symposium are to foster research collaboration, exchange and dissemination of scientific work in developing worlds.

The encouraging topics of submission are as follows:

  • Design, monitoring and testing techniques for IoT systems in developing worlds.
  • Smart e-service models and techniques for developing worlds due to unwell-developed IT infrastructures.
  • IoT and Data Analytics in developing worlds (considering highly unstable environments and cost issues).
  • Cross issues in IoT services and analytics, such as security, privacy, legals, data collection and sharing.
  • IoT Applications in smart cities, smart agriculture, transportation, and healthcares in developing worlds.

Key principles for scientific works presented in the symposium:

  • Design and engineering for developing worlds: they must work in developing worlds, use cases and solutions for developing worlds.
  • Novel or adopted from developed worlds.
  • Joint works between scientists in developed and developing worlds.

Technical Program

Detailed Program

4 August, 2016 (Day 1)
Keynote: On Service Engineering Analytics for IoT Clouds - Techniques and New Directions. [Slide]
Hong­-Linh Truong - Distributed Systems Group, TU-Wien, Austria
Talk 1: Smart Traffic: A Case Study for Developing IoT Application in Vietnam. [Slide]
Tran Vu Pham and Duc Hai Nguyen ­- Ho Chi Minh University of Technology, Vietnam
Coffee Break
Talk 2: The Application of Internet of Things in a Shopper Recommender System.
Jedidah Wanjiru Theuri and Lawrence Nderu ­Jomo Kenyatta - University of Agriculture and Technology, Kenya
Talk 3: Towards Verification and Testing of IoT.
Tien-Dung Cao - Tan Tao University, Vietnam
Talk 4: Towards Monitoring Framework for IoT Cloud Resources.
Quang­-Ha Duong, Hieu­-Le, Binh­-Minh Nguyen and Tuyet­-Trinh Vu ­- Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Vietnam
Talk 5: A Composable Application Model for Cloud Marketplaces.
Huu-Duc Nguyen and Hoang-Long Huynh - Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Vietnam
Talk 6: A Semantic Web approach for environmental data modelling for monitoring and prediction model
Huu-Hanh Hoang - Hue University, Viet Nam
Coffee Break/Demo Session
Panel discussion [Slide]
  • IoT Services for Critical Problems in Vietnam
  • Sharing Resources for Edge Computing in Vietnam
Coordinator: Hong­-Linh Truong -- TU­-Wien, Austria


Posters will be put outside the seminar room during the workshop day.

Demo sessions.

  1. Harmonizing Diverse Resource Information Across IoT, Network Functions and Clouds (HINC framework) - Duc­-Hung Le, TU­-Wien, Austria.

  2. Smart traffic system, Tran-­Vu Pham, Ho Chi Minh University of Technology, Vietnam.


You can download paper about Tenative program here