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2nd EAI International Conference on Mobility in IoT

October 26–27, 2015 | Rome, Italy

Mobility IoT 2015

Monday (October 26, 2015) - Keynote & Technical Sessions




Keynote speeches

  • Professor Milan Dado - Internet of Things as Advanced Technology to Support Mobility and Intelligent Transport
  • Vice-president ZAP Jaroslav Holeček - Innovation as basic prerequisite of competitiveness of automotive industry in Slovakia
  • Professor George Teodorescu - i-WALK a different approach to Urban Mobility


Coffee Break


  • An IoT Approach for the Connected Vehicle

-Andrea Parodi, Massimo Maresca, Michele Provera, Pierpaolo Baglietto

  • Mobile App for Public Transport: A Usability and User Experience Perspective

-Anaïs Luisa Habermann, Kai Kasugai, and Martina Ziefle

  • A study on the detection of abnormal , behaviour and vulnerability analysis in beyond

-Taeeun Kim




  • Keynote speeches
  • Professor Dušan Petráš – Smart Cities - Energy efficient and environmentally frendly housing
  • Associate Professor Predrag K. Nikolic - Multimodal Interactions: Embedding New Meanings to Known Forms and Objects


Coffee Break


  • Open platform within the Smart Health framework to support the development of Recreational Bike Path applications. Smart Bike Path in the context of the VAS Strategy in Colombia

-MónicaTrujillo Ramírez, Dario Correal Torres

  • Heterogeneous Travel Information Exchange

-Markus C. Beutel, Sevket Gökay, Wolfgang Kluth, Karl-Heinz Krempels,  Christian Samsel, Christoph Terwelp, and Maximilian Wiederhold


Invited speeches

  • Smart Infrastructure in Bratislava

-Július Golej, Miroslav Pánik, Andrej Adamuščin 

  • Internet of Things as Advanced Technology to Support, Mobility and Intelligent Transport

-Milan Dado, Aleš Janota, Juraj Špálek, Peter Holečko, Rastislav Pirník, and Karl E. Ambrosch 

  • The Causal Link between Land Grabbing and its Implications

-Daniela Špirková, Dagmar Cagáňová, Manan Bawa

  • Economic aspects of land grabbing in the connection with development projects

-Daniela Špirková, Dagmar Cagáňová, Manan Bawa

  • Could Smart Economy Benefit from Knowledge-Based Economy

-Marcel Ševela

  • Mobility of 65 + Society - Needs and Expectations of Third Age University Students

-Janusz Grabara, Sebastian Kot, Katarzyna Grondys

  • The Use of E-communication in Promoting Selected Religious, Cultural and Historical Monuments in Prešov in the East of Slovakia

-Sebastian Kot, Martina Ferencová, Beata Ślusarczyk, Veronika Mišenčíková

  • The International New Ventures: Applicability of the Theory on the Slovak Innovative Start-Ups

-Sonia Ferencikova sr., Sonia Ferencikova jr.



Tuesday (October 27, 2015) - IoT360 Summit




Keynote Speakers


Coffee Break


National IoT Initiatives in Europe

Overview national initiatives focusing on funding IoT related projects




Perspectives on IoT

Industry players and their approach to IoT



Experts from cities, utilities, manufacturing, transport and other infrastructure providers will share what they successfully implemented and what plans they have for further optimizations.


Coffee Break



Legal issues accruing from use of IoT, inform about existing and "future" legislation.



Too many standards for IoT?