Internet of Things

About the Conference

In the course of the conference, the main attention will be devoted to two main trends in the development of the telecom: the Internet of things and communication networks of the fifth generation. Thanks to their joint development of new applications, which increasingly nayirarayut popularity. Particular attention is focused on applications such as wireless sensor networks, flying networks, tactile Internet, augmented reality, medical networks, nanosets and much more. The conference is organized by young scientists under the age of 35 years. During the conference, the results of experimental studies will be presented, which formed the basis for the development of standards and recommendations of international organizations on standard-setting..

The first conference was held in St. Petersburg on June 3-4 of 2013. The beginning of June is the most popular time to visit St Petersburg, being known worldwide as the ‘White Nights’. The program committee of the conference included leading scientists from both Russia and other countries. Conference website INTHITEN 2013: .

Welcome to St. Petersburg

The INTHITEN will be held in St. Petersburg, Russia -at the meeting point of East and West. With its stunning architecture and wonderful art galleries and museums, among numerous other attractions. The history of East and West can be seen and felt in this beautiful city.

St. Petersburg


The INTHITEN is supported by the Russian Federal Telecommunications Agency, IEEE Russia Northwest BT/CE/COM Chapter, the Popov Society. Within the framework of the International Conference INTHITEN 2017, a one-day master class called "Software-defined networking as the basis of future networks" will be held.
The conference proceedings will be published by SPbSUT.
The deadline for submission (Full paper) is: 15 October 2016 21 November 2016
25 November 2016 28 November 2016. 12.00, 10 December 2017.



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  • IEEE
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  • IOTLaboratory



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