Resources


Presentations


You can retrieve most of our presentations in our SlideShare account: AGILE IoT.Here are some direct links to our main presentations:

  • AGILE presentations
    • Introduction to the AGILE project: open source modular gateway for the IoT by Charalampos Doukas, Create-NET [link]
    • Build your IoT project with Libelium devices: from sensors to the cloud by Libelium [link]
    • Smart Gateways, Blockchain and the Internet of Things by Charalampos Doukas, Create-Net [link]
    • RIOT and the evolution of operating systems for IoT devices by Emmanuel Baccelli, INRIA [link]
  • IoT Surveys
    • IoT Developer Survey 2016 by Eclipse Foundation [link]
    • IoT Developer Survey 2017 by Eclipse Foundation [link]
    • IoT Developer Survey 2018 by Eclipse Foundation [link]
  • Other related topics
    • Why IoT needs Open Source Communities by Philippe Krief, Eclipse Foundation [link]
    • Building the Internet of Things with open source and Eclipse IoT projects by Benjamin Cabé, Eclipse Foundation [link]
    • From Research to Innovation in IoT: why is technology transfer so hard? by Raffaele Giaffreda, FBK [link]

Developer Resources


  • You can retrieve all our code in the following GitHub repositories: AGILE IoT Repos
  • Our AGILE wiki should complete, as and when, these developer resources with some getting started and other great samples.
  • You can reach the AGILE team through our Eclipse AGAIL mailing list.
  • The final code will be posted and maintained through our Open Source project: Eclipse AGAIL project.

Scientific Papers


    • Towards Configuration Technologies for IoT Gateways [link]
      • Alexander Felfernig, Seda Polat Erdeniz, Paolo Azzoni, Michael Jeran, Arda Akcay and Charalampos Doukas
      • Accepted at Configuration Workshop 2016
    • Constraint-based and SAT-based diagnosis of automotive configuration problems [link]
    • Addressing Data-Centric Security Requirements for IoT-Based Systems
      • Juan D. Parra Rodriguez, Daniel Schreckling and Joachim Posegga (University of Passau)
      • Accepted at SioT workshop
      • Sept 27, 2016
    • Human Computation for Constraint-based Recommenders [link]
      • T. Ulz, M. Schwarz, A. Felfernig, S. Haas, S. Reiterer, and M. Stettinger
      • Accepted in the Journal of Intelligent Information Systems (JIIS)
      • September 2016
    • Recommending and configuring smart home installations
      • Leitner, G., Fercher, A., Felfernig, A., Isak, K., Erdeniz, S. P., Akcay, A., & Jeran, M.
      • In Workshop on Configuration (pp. 17-22).
      • September 2016
    • Human Interaction with Artificial Advice Givers [link]
      • N. Tintarev, J. O\’Donovan, and A. Felfernig
      • Accepted at ACM Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems 6(4):1-10, 2016
      • December 2016
    • Recommender Systems for Health Informatics: State-of-the-Art and Future Perspectives [link]
      • A. C. Valdez, M. Ziefle, K. Verbert, A. Felfernig and A. & Holzinger
      • Accepted in In: Holzinger, A. (ed.) Machine Learning for Health Informatics, Lecture Notes in Computer Science LNCS 9605. Heidelberg et. al.: Springer, pp. 391-414, 2016
      • December 2016
    • Analysis of Product Modelling Techniques for Product Configuration Systems in Industrial Companies [link]
      • S. Shafiee, K. Kristjansdottir, L. Hvam, A. Felfernig, & A. Myrodia
      • Accepted at IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management, Bali, Indonesia, for publication, 2016.
      • December 2016
    • Cluster-Specific Heuristics for Constraint Solving [link]
      • Seda Polat Erdeniz, Alexander Felfernig, Muesluem Atas, Thi Ngoc Trang Tran, Michael Jeran, & Martin Stettinger
      • Accepted at International Conference on Industrial, Engineering, Other Applications of Applied Intelligent Systems
      • June 2017
    • A Versatile Architecture for Building IoT Quantified-Self Applications [link]
      • Andreas Menychtas, Panayiotis Tsanakas, Charalampos Doukas, Ilias Maglogiannis
      • Accepted at the 30th International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems – CBMS 2017
      • June 2017
    • Recommendation Technologies for IoT Edge Devices [link]
      • Alexander Felfernig, Seda Polat Erdeniz, Michael Jeran, Arda Akcay, Paolo Azzoni, Matteo Maiero, & Charalampos Doukas
      • Accepted at International Workshop on Internet of Things: Networking, Applications and Technologies
      • July 2017
    • Cluster-Based Constraint Ordering for Direct Diagnosis [link]
      • Muesluem Atas, Alexander Felfernig, Seda Polat Erdeniz, Stefan Reiterer, Amal Shehadeh, and Thi Ngoc Trang Tran
      • Accepted at 19th Configuration Workshop conference
      • September 2017
    • ASP-based Knowledge Representations for IoT Configuration Scenarios [link]
      • Alexander Felfernig, Andreas Falkner, Müslüm Atas, Seda Polat Erdeniz, Christoph Uran, and Paolo Azzoni
      • Accepted at 19th Configuration Workshop conference
      • September 2017
    • Can Save Us from a Rogue Cross-Origin Storage Browser Network! But for How Long? [link]
      • Juan D. Parra Rodriguez, Joachim Posegga (University of Passau, Passau, Germany)
      • Accepted at CODASPY \’18, the 8th ACM Conference on Data and Application Security and Privacy (Pages 170-172)
    • Anytime diagnosis for reconfiguration [link]
      • Alexander Felfernig, Rouven Walter, José A. Galindo, David Benavides, Seda Polat Erdeniz, Müslüm Atas, Stefan Reiterer
      • Accepted in the Journal of Intelligent Information Systems (JIIS)
      • January 2018
    • OCSH: optimized cluster specific heuristics for the university course timetabling problem
      • Erdeniz, S. P., & Felfernig, A.
      • In Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Information Systems and Technologies (p. 13). ACM
      • March 2018
    • Recommender Systems for IoT Enabled m-Health Applications
      • Erdeniz, S. P., Maglogiannis, I., Menychtas, A., Felfernig, A., & Tran, T. N. T.
      • In IFIP International Conference on Artificial Intelligence Applications and Innovations (pp. 227-237). Springer, Cham.
      • May 2018
    • Blockchain-based traceability in Agri-Food supply chain management: A practical implementation [link]
      • Miguel Pincheira Caro, Muhammad Salek Ali, Massimo Vecchio, Raffaele Giaffreda
      • 2018 IoT Vertical and Topical Summit on Agriculture – Tuscany (IOT Tuscany)
      • June 2018
    • Lazy Conflict Detection with Genetic Algorithms
      • Uran, C., & Felfernig, A.
      • In International Conference on Industrial, Engineering and Other Applications of Applied Intelligent Systems (pp. 175-186). Springer, Cham.
      • June 2018
    • An overview of recommender systems in the internet of things [link]
      • Alexander Felfernig, Seda Polat-Erdeniz, Christoph Uran, Stefan Reiterer, Muesluem Atas, Thi Ngoc Trang Tran, Paolo Azzoni, Csaba Kiraly, Koustabh Dolui
      • Journal of Intelligent Information Systems,
      • October 2018
    • Smart Audio Sensors in the Internet of Things Edge for Anomaly Detection [link]
      • Mattia Antonini, Massimo Vecchio, Fabio Antonelli, Pietro Ducange, Charith Perera
      • IEEE Access (Volume: 6), Page(s): 67594 – 67610
      • October 2018
    • RAPID: Resource and API-Based Detection Against In-Browser Miners [link coming soon]
      • Juan D. Parra Rodriguez, Joachim Posegga (University of Passau, Passau, Germany)
      • Accepted in ACSAC 2018 (: Annual Computer Security Applications Conference)
      • December 2018
    • Offloading Execution from Edge to Cloud: a Dynamic Node-RED Based Approach [link]
      • Roman Sosa and Csaba Kiraly and Juan D. Parra Rodriguez
      • CloudCom 2018 in Nicosia, Cyprus
      • December 2018
    • Towards Multi-container Deployment on IoT Gateways [link]
    • A Generic Lightweight and Scalable Access Control Framework for IoT Gateways [link coming soon]
    • LearnDiag: A Direct Diagnosis Algorithm Based On Learned Heuristics
      • Erdeniz, S. P. , Felfernig, A.
      • Joint German/Austrian Conference on Artificial Intelligence (Künstliche Intelligenz). (pp. 190-197).
      • 2018
    • A Generic Lightweight and Scalable Access Control Framework for IoT Gateways [link coming soon]
      • Juan D. Parra Rodriguez, Passau University
      • 12th IFIP International Conference, WISTP 2018
      • December 2018

Videos


  • IoT Meetup Vienna – AGILE Pitch [Video] [Slides]
    • Charalampos Doukas (AGILE Project leader)
  • Quick Tutorial and Demo of AGILE IDM [Video]
    • Thilo Greiner (Student Assistant University of Passau)
    • Juan D. Parra Rodriguez (University of Passau)
  • Open Source Business Models in IoT [Video]
    • Ralph Mueller, Managing Director, Eclipse Foundation Europe
    • Steffen Evers, Head of Open Source Services, Bosch Innovation
  • Csaba KIRALY introduces the AGILE project at EclipseCon France 2017 [Video]
    • Csaba Kiraly, Technical Coordinator of the AGILE-IoT, FBK / Create-Net
    • Wayne Beaton, Director of Open Source Projects, Eclipse Foundation
  • Adaptation Artistic contest
    • E-Camera project [Video]
      • Luisa Fabrizi (IT), Andre Landwehr (DE)
    • Floral Automaton [Video]
      • Thomas Grogan (GB)
    • Fountains [Video]
      • Justus Harris (US), Eric Dolores (MX)
    • IVI project [Video]
      • Andros Callegias (GR)
    • Still touchable? [Video]
      • Yeon Sue Park (KR), Souneil Park (KR)
  • Csaba KIRALY presents the last milestone of the AGAIL project at EclipseCon Europe – IoT Day 2017 [Video]
    • Csaba Kiraly, Technical Coordinator of the AGILE-IoT, FBK / Create-Net
  • AGILE pitch created by Libelium for the Crowdfunding event [Video]
    • David Remon, Project Manager, Libelium
  • Pilot D: Retail with AGILE [Video]
    • Worldline Videos Soporte Cliente (ATOS)
  • TestBed: Demo explaining how to connect to the testbed [Video]
    • Emmanuel Baccelli (INRIA)
  • Csaba KIRALY interview on the current status of the project at EclipseCon France 2018 [Video]
    • Csaba Kiraly, Technical Coordinator of the AGILE-IoT, FBK / Create-Net
  •  AGILE Webinar at Eclipse IoT Virtual Meetup, September 18, 2018 [Video]
    • Csaba Kiraly, Technical Coordinator of the AGILE-IoT, FBK / Create-Net
    • Andreas Menychtas, BioAssist, WP8 lead
    • Georgios Michalakidis, Resin.io,  WP2 lead
    • AIREX.tech
  • Dual use technology in the EU helping SMEs bring innovation to market [Video]
    • Michael Messerschmidt Jørgensen, Sky-Watch
    • EU Growth YouTube channel
  • Open Calls:
    • VizLore Blockchain as a Service – demo [Video] by VizLore
    • HAWK project: monitoring elder people living alone [Video] by Sensing & Control
    • Navigating through the fog to build an understanding [Video] by Heptasense
    • NEXT: AGILE Project Result [Video] by Adele Robots
    • IoT solution for energy saving in vacation rental properties [Video] by ModoSmart
    • Senseioty platform integration with Agile IoT gateway and services [Video] by FlairBit
    • AGILE IoT Extension – Integration with IBM Watson [Video] by Sensinov

Newsletters



Flyers & Posters


Flyers

2016-02-26-ewc-agile-flyer-final agile-factsheet

Posters

2016-04-20-security-poster2016-05-30-AGILE_Poster_1_v1.0.pdf


Press Releases


First set of Press Releases

  • BioAssist: AGILE project [link]
  • CREATE-NET is leading an international consortium that provides an Open Source Internet of Things Gateway for controlling Smart Objects [link]
  • CREATE-Net: AGILE, il progetto Europeo per apllicare l’IoT a servizio dell’ambiente – Canal Energia) [link]
  • CREATE-Net: “Agile”, un progetto da 6 milioni – Trentino [link]
  • CREATE-NET leader di «Gateway» per l’Internet delle Cose – L’Adigetto [link]
  • Eclipse Foundation Europe Selected to Provide Open Source and Technology Dissemination Expertise for EU H2020 IoT Research Project [link]
  • Eurotech: AGILE IoT – Air quality & Pollution monitoring [link]
  • TU Graz: Applied Software Engineering Research Group at the Institute for Software Technology Selected to Provide Recommender Systems Expertise for EU H2020 IoT Research Project [link]
  • Orange, iMinds en Rombit starten voorbereidingen drone-project in Antwerpse haven in het kader van Europees HORIZON 2020 initiatief [link]
  • Orange, iMinds and Rombit are starting preparations for a drone project in the port of Antwerp within the European HORIZON 2020 initiative framework [link]
  • Jolocom UG Selected to Take Part in EU H2020 IoT Research Project [link]
  • Libelium Selected to Provide Open Source and Technology Dissemination Expertise for EU H2020 IoT Research Project [link]
  • Orange Belgium: Nog meer drones boven Antwerpse haven [link]
  • Orange Belgium: Orange, iMinds et Rombit lancent les préparatifs d’un projet de drone dans le port d’Anvers dans le cadre du programme européen HORIZON 2020 [link]
  • Orange Belgium: Des drones pour améliorer la productivité du port d’Anvers [link]
  • Resin.io a Key Partner in Delivering Internet of Things Gateway Development and Deployment Technology for European Commission Funded Research Project [link]
  • Startupbootcamp IoT & Data Tech selected to participate in European Commission’s Horizon 2020 AGILE program [link]
  • University of Passau Selected to Contribute to Security Aspects for EU H2020 IoT Research Project [link]

Other Press articles

  • Dual use technology in the EU – SME success stories on EU funding, European Commission Publications [link]
  • A Drone’s Eye View – Overview of the Belgium UAV ecosystem & the development of commercial drone applications in Belgium, Pwc and Agoria Publication [link]
  • TU Graz: Recommender systems in the Internet of Things, JAXenter  [link]
  • AGILE-IoT: More Than Just Another IoT Project, IEEE Internet of Things Newsletter [link]