Giuseppe Caliciuri

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In the near future, all our everyday things and objects will be both connected to the Internet and equipped with enough sensing, acting and processing capabilities to exploit the full potential benefits of the so called Internet of Things (IoT) paradigm. Even the simplest objects will become “smart” because they will be interconnected to other objects to(More)
In the Internet of Things (IoT) vision, all our everyday objects will be equipped with processing, sensing and actuating capabilities and need to be connected to the Internet to provide their full potential benefits. Our life will be surrounded by an ecosystem of smart “things” that need to be found, accessed, managed and interconnected to other things. For(More)
We are currently witnessing the increasing diffusion of new location-aware smartphones applications that make intensive use of positioning information, however, the widespread and pervasive GPS technology is gradually giving way to new or revised less power-hungry communication technologies able to guarantee almost the same accuracy. Within this general(More)
According to the paradigm of Internet of Mobile Things, the paper proposes and investigates a novel framework to support the management and the collaboration of Mobile Smart Objects (MSOs) considered as terrestrial and aerial drones (i.e., UAVs, UGVs) with embedded sensors and/or actuators that can move autonomously remaining always connected, accessible(More)
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