The 9th International Conference on Wireless Communication and Sensor Networks

January 11-13, 2022 | China

icWCSN 2022 will be held during 11-13 January, 2022 in Dalian, China. It aims at a key theme on wireless communication and sensor networks. It is a great opportunity to get together and share ideas and knowledge among the Industry experts, researchers and academics. We ask you to submit your latest research results for presentation. You are also welcomed to suggest any topic, activity or scientific program you would like to see covered during the conference. Your active contribution will be crucial to the success of the conference and its impact on our global mission.

Spotlight

Cyberspace and the physical world are increasingly connected through the Internet of Things (IoT)—a new machine-to-machine universe of opportunities and vulnerabilities. From home appliances to wearable health monitors, automobiles to critical infrastructure, specialists predict the IoT will grow exponentially between today and 2025; by 2020, we anticipate that between 25 and 50 billion devices will be added to the universe of connected machines.


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Spotlight

Cyberspace and the physical world are increasingly connected through the Internet of Things (IoT)—a new machine-to-machine universe of opportunities and vulnerabilities. From home appliances to wearable health monitors, automobiles to critical infrastructure, specialists predict the IoT will grow exponentially between today and 2025; by 2020, we anticipate that between 25 and 50 billion devices will be added to the universe of connected machines.

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