School of Science, Engineering and Information Technology

AI in IoT Colloquium

Each day the Internet of Things (IoT) technologies from devices and sensors produce vast amounts of data. The growth in the use of IoT technologies is increasing significantly from common home and personal appliances, to commercial applications in industry.

Increasingly we are seeing more sophisticated usage including safety-critical systems, building & transport management, healthcare, driverless vehicles, smart agriculture and energy systems.

IoT generated data can assist business decision making by ensuring best use of resources, in production and business management and safety. Increasingly it is becoming part of our daily lives.  It is anticipated that by 2025 the number of IoT devices will grow globally to over 100 billion, and generate revenue close to USD 11 trillion.

There is a strong relationship between Artificial Intelligence (AI) and IoT. IoT is about integrating and connecting machines, producing non-stop and real-time data and making use of the data from those machines. AI is about simulating human-like thinking and logic, and is an effective solution framework to manage the large amount of data from IoT system.

The AI in IoT Colloquium (PDF, 186kb) will have a focus on AI based solutions for IoT in industry and energy sustainability. It will provide opportunities to promote collaboration and mutual exchange of knowledge between academics and industry professionals.

The colloquium is supported by Federation University, IEEE Computational Intelligence Society and IEEE Victoria Section.

Date: Friday 6 December 2019
Time: 9am – 4pm
Location: Data 61 Offices
710 Collins St
Docklands VIC 3008
Melbourne Australia