IoT-Life 2024 A (Malaysia) CFP

The 5th International Workshop on Impact of Internet of Things on Daily Life (IoT-Life)

                                    Borneo Convention Centre Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia 7 – 10 October 2024                                    on  International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (IEEE SMC2024)

Important Dates

Submission of Papers for  Workshop: April 8, 2024

Acceptance of Papers Notification for Workshop: May 30, 2024

Final Paper Camera-ready Submission of  Workshop: July 15, 2024

Deadline for Early Bird Registrations: August 3, 2024

Deadline for Late Registration: October 4, 2024

Goal of the workshop.

In the recent decade, with the continuing rise of the application of big data on the Internet of things (IoT) in many countries, an unprecedented super-smart society (Society 5.0) has arrived. There has been an increasing demand on developing daily life supporting services utilizing the Internet of things. IoT as an advanced paradigm to connect physical and virtual things for enhanced services, has been introduced that can provide significant improvements in the Improving the convenience of life. Several researches have been devoted to address daily life supporting requirements utilizing IoT-based systems. 

This workshop aims to provide a forum for researchers to present thoughts and results for the most recent advances in different aspects of IoT and the support of human daily life. We encourage the submission of papers with new theory, analysis, methods, and applications, include but are not limited to the topics of systems, human-machine interactions, and cybernetics.

Corresponding Topics.

Sensors and Smart Objects for Daily Life IoT on Smart Education
Wireless Sensor Networks for Daily Life Eye-tracking for Data Collection
Block-chain Application on Daily Life Motion Capture & Analysis
Data Collection and Analysis for IoT Intelligence Transportation
Security and Privacy for IoT Smart Homes and Smart Cities
Medical Applications for IoT Generative Artificial Intelligence
IoT on Smart Agriculture Metaverse Application
IoT Architectures, Systems Human Behavior Classification and Prediction
IoT Big data, Mobile Services Artificial Intelligence for Healthcare
IoT Information Management Building Information Modeling and City Information Modeling


Coming Soon.

List of Potential Papers

  • 1, Developing a multimodal authentication system for smart glasses based on signature and finger movements, Xiangyu Su, Tokyo University of Technology
  • 2, A Deep Learning-driven Aerial Dialing PIN Code Input Authentication System Design via Personal Hand Features, Jun Wang, Tokyo University of Technology
  • 3, Research on reverse loading behavior based on eye movement behavior and motion capture, Qirun Wang, Tokyo University of Technology
  • 4, Research on privacy protection base on blockchain sharing system, Ayaz Akbar, Luyang Wang ,Chang’an University
  • 5, Developing a Ubiquitous Sensing Healthcare System for the Elderly Living Support, Hong Chen, Daiichi Institute of Technology, Japan


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