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Internet ofThings in2020ROADMAP FOR THE FUTUREINFSOD.4NETWORKEDENTERPRISE&RFIDINFSOG.2MICRO&NANOSYSTEMSin co-operation with theWORKING GROUPRFIDOF THEETPEPOSSVersion 1.1 - 27 May, 2008•••“Imaginethingshavingidentities and virtual personalitiesoperating in smart spaces usingintelligent interfaces to connectand communicate within social,environmental,andusercon-texts.”
Table ofcontentExecutive summary......................................................................................................3The Internet of Things (IoT).......................................................................................4Technology....................................................................................................................6WIDER TECHNOLOGICAL TRENDS................................................................................6ENABLERS...................................................................................................................6Energy.....................................................................................................................6Intelligence..............................................................................................................6Communication.......................................................................................................7Integration...............................................................................................................7Interoperability........................................................................................................7Standards.................................................................................................................7Manufacturing.........................................................................................................8BARRIERS....................................................................................................................8Governance.............................................................................................................8Privacy and Security...............................................................................................8EUROPEAN STRENGTHS................................................................................................9Applications................................................................................................................10THINGS ON THE MOVE................................................................................................10Retail.....................................................................................................................10Logistics................................................................................................................11Pharmaceutical.....................................................................................................11Food......................................................................................................................12UBIQUITOUS INTELLIGENT DEVICES...........................................................................12AMBIENT AND ASSISTED LIVING................................................................................14Health....................................................................................................................14Intelligent Home....................................................................................................15Transportation.......................................................................................................16Society.........................................................................................................................17PEOPLE,SECURITY AND PRIVACY...............................................................................17APOLICY FOR PEOPLE IN THEINTERNET OFTHINGS..................................................18Education and Information...................................................................................18Legislation.............................................................................................................19ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS........................................................................................19Resource Efficiency...............................................................................................19Pollution and disaster avoidance..........................................................................19Outlook to the future.................................................................................................21EXTRAPOLATION OF TECHNOLOGY TRENDS AND ONGOING RESEARCH......................23TOPICS REQUIRING NEW OR INTENSIFIED RESEARCH..................................................24Appendix 1: Acknowledgements..............................................................................25WORKSHOP................................................................................................................25REPORT......................................................................................................................25WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS.........................................................................................25
•••3 / 27Internet of Things 2020Executive summaryThis report outlines the results of the workshop “Beyond RFID – The Internetof Things”. The workshop was initiated and jointly organised by theCommission and EPoSS and more than 80 invited experts with expertise indifferent fields of related technologies and research attended the event. Thisreport is not confined to summarising the discussions and conclusions of theworkshop, but also elaborates on themes identified at the workshop tosubstantiate what the Internet of Things might become in the future.Radio Frequency Identification techniques (RFID) and related identificationtechnologies will be the cornerstone of the upcoming Internet of Things (IoT).While RFID was initially developed with retail and logistics applications inmind in order to replace the bar code, developments of active components willmake this technology much more than a simple identification scheme.In thenot too distant future, it can be expected that a single numbering scheme, suchas IPv6, will make every single object identifiable and addressable. Smartcomponents will be able to execute different set of actions, according to theirsurroundings and the tasks they are designed for. There will be no limit to theactions and operations these smart “things” will be able to perform: forinstance, devices will be able to direct their transport, adapt to their respectiveenvironments, self-configure, self-maintain, self-repair, and eventually evenplay an active role in their own disposal.

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