IRIS proposes to explore how Smart Objects can be interconnected and viewed as interoperable IP based end-hosts on the Internet thus making the Future Internet of Smart Objects happen and enabling the emergence of novel and exciting applications. We are not alone in seeing the vision of IP-based smart objects, as evidenced by the IPSO Alliance, IETF standards (6LoWPAN, ROLL, CoAP), and recent start-ups/companies that follow the same track. However, even though the IETF standardization process makes constant progress, there are still many research issues requiring investigation and the whole approach calls for experimental validation.
The main results of IRIS is going to be presented at the RESCOM Days on “Smart Cities” in Lyon, France on the 17th of December 2013. RESCOM Presentation
The 5th IRIS meeting is taking place on the 6th/7th of March 2014, in Paris, France, hosted by LIP6.