Due to the fast development of the cloud computing and the computer science technology, the researchers are more attracted to combine the Internet of Things (IoT) and the Cloud Computing. The Internet of Things (IoT) paradigm is based on intelligent and self-configuring nodes (things) interconnected in a dynamic and global network infrastructure. It is considered as one of the most disruptive technologies which make the ubiquitous and pervasive computing scene. Internet of things refers to the real world and to little things limited storage and processing ability. It also refers to the main problems concerning reliability, performance, security and privacy. In the other hand, cloud computing has the almost unlimited capacities of storage and processing power which is a more mature technology that may solve the problems of most of the Internet of things technologies.
The third edition of the international conference on Internet of things Data and Cloud Computing (ICC’21) represents an ideal opportunity for the students and the researchers from both industrial and academic domains having as main objective to present their latest ideas and research results in the IoT and Cloud Computing. The ICC’21 international conference will take place in Cambridge City, United Kingdom, from 28-29 June 2021. Taking in consideration the COVID-19, conference authors can also participate using the virtual conference platform which will be available online during the conference dates.
Indeed, the previous ICC editions have been hosted at the Churchill College, University of Cambridge, and the proceedings were published and indexed by prestigious and well known science index (ICC’16, ICC’17).
Internet of things, Data and Cloud Computing (ICC21)The topics of interest include but no limited to the following:
- IOT-based Business Process Management