Konstantinos Veroutis

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This work addresses networked embedded systems enabling the seamless interconnection of smart building automations to the Internet and their abstractions as web services. In our approach, such abstractions are used to primarily create a flexible, holistic and scalable system and allow external end-users to compose and run their own smart/green building(More)
In this work, we develop an IPv6 enabled smart building test-bed facility, by combining sensing and communication devices and functionalities. We address the Internet of Things paradigm by using diverse heterogeneous devices such as smartphones, sensor motes, NFC technology and traditional electrical devices, each one serving a specific role in the test-bed(More)
We present an IoT testbed architecture for Smart Buildings that enables the seamless and scalable integration of crowd-sourced resources such as smartphones and tablets. The purpose of this integration is dual. First, the embedded sensory capabilities of the resources provided by the crowd are combined with the sensing capabilities of the building for(More)
Experimentally driven research is considered to be a key factor for growing the Internet industry. There is a large number of existing experimentation facilities which can be adapted to a seamless federation into a unified platform. Through this common federation, innovative experiments become possible and are able to break the boundaries of testbeds(More)
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