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The Urb-IoT conference aims to explore the dynamics within the scope of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the new science of cities. Urb-IoT 2018 is the 3rd edition of this conference, after two successful events in Rome (2014) and Tokyo (2016).In 2018, Urb-IoT is a co-located conference to 4thannual Smart City 360˚Summit, providing even more opportunities for networking and exchange of novel ideas on smart cities.Other co-llocated events are:SMARTGOV 2018,Future5V 2018, GreeNets 2018, MobilityIoT 2018, Intetain2018, INTSYS 2018,HealthyIoT 2018, and MindCare 2018, taking place inGuimarães, Portugal from November 21 to November 23.We are pleased to invite you to submit your paper toUrb-IoT2018. They should be in English, following theSpringer formatting guidelines (see Initial Submission).Call for PapersIn addition to full/short papers, we also have poster/demonstration session in the conference. Poster/Demonstration papers must not exceed three (3) pages with the same format of the regular papers, and will also be reviewed by the Program Committee.TopicsThe goal of the conference is to solicit original and inspiring research contributions from technology experts, designers, researchers, urban planners, and architects in academia and industry. Bringing together practitioners and researchers to share knowledge, experiences, and best practices, Urb-IoT 2018 seeks multi-disciplinary contributions in the areas of:Citizen Engagement: Methods and studies for citizen involvement through participatory sensing, crowd-sourcing, service co-creation or collective behavioural change.Urban Analytics: Empowering cities and citizens with valuable and actionable analytics, obtained directly from traces created by IoT in the urban environment or indirectly from locative services.IoT Applications and Services in Urban Context: Urban technologies and applications that challenge the state of the art and benefit citizens, policy makers, and urban planners.Topics are themed by urban space and include, but are not limited to:Monitoring the pulse of the cityFusion of heterogeneous urban sourcesUnderstanding urban data using machine learning and mining techniquesUrban analyticsCity as a platformUrban IoT infrastructuresParticipatory and crowd sourcing techniquesIncentification and gamificationCollective behavioural changeCitizen and crowd influenceData-driven urban planning and designCrowd behaviour capturing and modellingUrban mobility and intelligent transportation systemsReal time urban information systemsContext awareness in urban systemsPrivacy and data protectionPublicationAll registered papers will be submitted for publication in Springer and made available through SpringerLink Digital Library.All accepted authors are eligible to submit an extended version in a fast track of:EAI Endorsed Transactions on Internet of ThingsEAI Endorsed Transactions on Smart CitiesProceedings will be submitted for inclusion in leading indexing services, Ei Compendex, ISI Web of Science, Scopus, CrossRef, Google Scholar, DBLP, as well as EAI’s own EU Digital Library (EUDL).Important datesFull Paper Submission deadline: August 23, 2018Notification deadline: September 20, 2018Camera-ready deadline: October 10, 2018Start of Conference:November 20, 2018

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Urb-IoT 2018 seeks multi-disciplinary contributions in the areas of:

Citizen Engagement: Methods and studies for citizen involvement through participatory sensing, crowd-sourcing, service co-creation or collective behavioural change.

Urban Analytics: Empowering cities and citizens with valuable and actionable analytics, obtained directly from traces created by IoT in the urban environment or indirectly from locative services.

IoT Applications and Services in Urban Context: Urban technologies and applications that challenge the state of the art and benefit citizens, policy makers, and urban planners.

Topics are themed by urban space and include, but are not limited to:

  • Monitoring the pulse of the city
  • Fusion of heterogeneous urban sources
  • Understanding urban data using machine learning and mining techniques
  • Urban analytics
  • City as a platform
  • Urban IoT infrastructures
  • Participatory and crowd sourcing techniques
  • Incentification and gamification
  • Collective behavioural change
  • Citizen and crowd influence
  • Data-driven urban planning and design
  • Crowd behaviour capturing and modelling
  • Urban mobility and intelligent transportation systems
  • Real time urban information systems
  • Context awareness in urban systems
  • Privacy and data protection
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