Ricardo Matos received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering by the University of Aveiro in January 2013. He was a member of Instituto de Telecomunicações from September 2008-December 2012, belonging to the Network Architectures and Protocols (NAP) group. In January 2013, he joined a vehicular networking company, Veniam, which builds all the hardware, software, and cloud components for delivering data and services over mesh networks of connected vehicles. In Veniam, he has been involved in the platform development, engineering management, business and marketing discussions, IP management, architectural discussions around networking and transport layers protocols, such as, connection manager, routing and delay-tolerant networking. He has been involved in several national funding projects, such as the ones granted by Fundação para a Ciência e tecnologia (FCT), QREN and the ones that resulting from the collaboration between Veniam and Instituto de Telecomunicações (IT), as well as in the FP6 European Project WEIRD, FP7 European Project Euro-NF, and RETHINK BIG. Moreover, he has been supervising the work of several MI and Ph.D. students, and the reviewer of several international conferences and journals articles. He also has been the main author or co-author of several publications. Currently, his current research interests are related with vehicular networking technologies and protocols, M2M communications, future mobility, vehicles, Internet of things, wireless mesh networking, self-management, and context-awareness.
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Sábado 24/03 | 14:45 - 15:30 | Auditório FEUP
An Internet of vehicles: Moving terabytes of data between vehicles and the cloud
With the increasing demand for the continuous connectivity on the move, the way we look at the Internet is changing. Vehicles are now becoming smarter with the increasing number of built-in sensors and high demand for the ability to move data between vehicles and the cloud. The vehicle sets the pinnacle of that transformation, by generating 4 terabytes of data per day and being a key enabler of new mobility-on-demand services that will change the way we live our lives every day. Veniam is building a V2X (vehicle-to-everything) platform that is able to move terabytes of data between vehicles (V2V) and vehicles and the cloud (V2C). Cars can now do more than carrying people and goods from point A to point B and become active nodes of the Internet, a new one, an Internet of Moving Things.