Internet of Things, Cloud and Artificial Intelligence in Digital Agriculture
Department of Computer Science
University of Pisa, Italy
Internet of Things, Cloud and Artificial Intelligence are among the major information technologies that are driving the digitalization of many public and private sectors, and for this reason they are called "digital enablers". The adoption of these technologies however often leads to a change in established practices and opens up new, unexpected usage scenarios. The tutorial will first present in an intuitive and informal way the concepts of Internet of Things, cloud and Artificial Intelligence, and then it will discuss some use cases related to their adoption in digital agriculture.
Stefano Chessa is Full Professor at the Department of Computer Science of the University of Pisa. He is member of the Council of the Doctorate in Computer Science (since October 2013) and chair of the MSc curricula in Cybersecurity of the University of Pisa. He has worked in several national and European projects and he has been the scientific leader (for the University of Pisa) of the EU projects RUBICON and DOREMI. He is co-author of around 200 publications appeared on international, peer-reviewed journals, conferences and books chapters. His research interests are in the fields of smart environments, Internet of Things, pervasive computing and in their applications to digital agriculture, e-health, ambient assisted living, crowdsensing and participatory sensing.