Building the Future Internet through FIRE – The FIRE Book published and available for FREE download
2016 FIRE Book: a Research and Experimentation based Approach
The 2016 FIRE book is around 700 pages and with very high quality content, from Research, Deployments to Best Practices and first class Experimental Facilities.
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The “real” book is also available on River Publishers web shop (90 €) at: http://www.riverpublishers.com/book_details.php?book_id=427.
The FIESTA-IoT project supported Research and Experimentation community with free copies that were distributed during the NetFutures 2017 event in Brussels.
The Internet as we know it today is the result of a continuous activity for improving network communications, end user services, computational processes and also information technology infrastructures. The Internet has become a critical infrastructure for the human-being by offering complex networking services and end-user applications that all together have transformed all aspects, mainly economical, of our lives. Recently, with the advent of new paradigms and the progress in wireless technology, sensor networks and information systems and also the inexorable shift towards everything connected paradigm, first as known as the Internet of Things and lately envisioning into the Internet of Everything, a data-driven society has been created. In a data-driven society, productivity, knowledge, and experience are dependent on increasingly open, dynamic, interdependent and complex Internet services. The challenge for the Internet of the Future design is to build robust enabling technologies, implement and deploy adaptive systems, to create business opportunities considering increasing uncertainties and emergent systemic behaviors where humans and machines seamlessly cooperate.
Martin Serrano, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland
Nikolaos Isaris, European Commission, Belgium
Hans Schaffers, Saxion University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
John Domingue, Open University, United Kingdom
Michael Boniface, IT Innovation, United Kingdom
Thanasis Korakis, Polytechnic Institute of NYU, USA