Theodore B. Zahariadis

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The majority of research and development efforts in the area of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) focus on WSN systems that are dedicated for a specific application. However, this trend is currently being replaced by resource-rich WSN deployments that are expected to provide capabilities in excess of any application's requirements. In this regard, the concept(More)
Real-world experimentation facilities accelerate the development of Future Internet technologies and services, advance the market for smart infrastructures, and increase the effectiveness of business processes through the Internet. The federation of facilities fosters the experimentation and innovation with larger and more powerful environment, increases(More)
In the near future, the high volume of content together with new emerging and mission critical applications is expected to stress the Internet to such a degree that it will possibly not be able to respond adequately to its new role. This challenge has motivated many groups and research initiatives worldwide to search for structural modifications to the(More)
—This paper presents the architecture of the VITRO system concept developed under the VITRO project for the realization of Virtual Sensor Networks. The aim of the proposed architecture is to enable the realization of scalable, flexible , adaptive, energy-efficient and trust-aware Virtual Sensor Network platforms, focusing on the reduction of deployment(More)
SUMMARY The range of applications of wireless sensor networks is so wide that it tends to invade our every day life. In the future, a sensor network will survey our health, our home, the roads we follow, the office or the industry we work in or even the aircrafts we use, in an attempt to enhance our safety. However, the wireless sensor networks themselves(More)
Design principles play a central role in the architecture of the Internet as driving most engineering decisions at conception level and operational level. This paper is based on the EC Future Internet Architecture (FIArch) Group results and identifies some of the design principles that we expect to govern the future architecture of the Internet. We believe(More)