Safe and Secure Internet of Flying Things, Research and Challenges

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Wednesday 19 May 2021
2:00pm
Online event
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Abstract: 

Autonomous vehicles (aerial, ground, underwater, etc) are going to invest human environment and due to their characteristics, they are natural candidates to integrate the Internet of Things (IoT). By including autonomous vehicles in IoT, it will be possible to compose the Internet of Mobile Things (IoMoT), which introduces new opportunities and challenges. IoMoT raises challenges related to scalability, group control, synchronization, power consumption, limited embedded resources, and limited action time so an important turnover. Considering the required multidisciplinary in the development of embedded systems and that all these dimensions introduce manifold security and safety issues, this talk will focus on security considering the global future IoMoT context outlining some research opportunities and challenges brought by the insertion of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) into IoMoT and an overview of efforts in research and innovation in Embedded Systems in Critical Embedded System Laboratory at USP.

Speaker Bio:

Kalinka Regina Lucas Jaquie Castelo Branco received the MSc degree and the PhD degree in Computer Science from the Universidade de São Paulo (USP), in 1999 and 2004, respectively. She is currently an Associate Professor with the Department of Computer Systems, Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science (ICMC-USP). She has experience in Computer Science, with emphasis on Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Computer Networks, Security, Embedded Systems, and distributed computing. Dr. Kalinka is also a member of the Brazilian Computing Society (SBC).

Website:  https://sites.icmc.usp.br/kalinka/index_eng.html

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