Orestis Evangelatos

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Constantinos Marios Angelopoulos∗, Orestis Evangelatos∗, Sotiris Nikoletseas†‡, Theofanis P. Raptis†‡, José D. P. Rolim∗ and Konstantinos Veroutis†‡, ∗Centre Universitaire d’Informatique, Université de Genève, Switzerland †Department of Computer Engineering and Informatics, University of Patras, Greece ‡Computer Technology Institute and Press “Diophantus”(More)
Smart environments are places where different kind of embedded devices are interconnected in order to provide their occupants intelligent services improving their comfort and convenience. These smart environments are seen to be important for the future urban ecosystems in terms of user friendliness, quality of life, energy efficiency and sustainability.(More)
We investigate the problem of wireless power transfer in mobile ad-hoc networks. In particular we investigate which traversal strategy should a Mobile Charger follow in order to efficiently recharge agents that are randomly and dynamically moving inside an area of interest. We first formally define this problem as the Charger Traversal Decision Problem and(More)
Over the last decades with the rapid growth of industrial zones, manufacturing plants and the substantial urbanization, environmental pollution has become a crucial health, environmental and safety concern. In particular, due to the increased emissions of various pollutants caused mainly by human sources, the air pollution problem is elevated in such extent(More)
Over the last decades with the rapid growth of industrial zones, manufacturing plants and the substantial urbanization, environmental pollution has become a crucial health, environmental and safety concern. In particular, due to the increased emissions of various pollutants caused mainly by human sources, the air pollution problem is elevated in such extent(More)
This paper presents the architecture of the crowdsourced experimental platform called IoT Lab. The platform will provide a new approach for experimentation by extending existing IoT FIRE testbeds, traditionally built from static sensor mote platforms, with crowd sourced resources and thus will enable richer and more distributed multidisciplinary experiments(More)
The Internet of Things will be massive and pervasive. It will impact many and diverse applicationdomains such as environmentalmonitoring, transportation, energy and water management, security and safety, assisted living, smart homes and eHealth, etc. Developing and testing technologies in conventional research labs appears to be insufficient to really(More)
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