7th International Workshop on 

Service Oriented Architectures in Converging Networked Environments (SOCNE)

in conjunction with

17th IEEE International Conference on
Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA'2012)
Kraków, Poland, 17.-21. September 2012


Proceedings are available:

in the IEEE Xplore library



Slides of the presentations:

Industry Adoption of the Internet of Things: A Constrained Application Protocol Survey. Christian Lerche, Klaus Hartke and Matthias Kovatsch


Interoperability in Large Scale Cyber-Physical Systems. Jesús Bermejo Muñoz, Terje Grimstad, Diego R. López, Sebastian García-Galán, Luis Ramón López, Rocio P. Prado and José Enrique Muñoz


Generating Test Data for Black-Box Testing using Genetic Algorithms. Marten Fischer and Ralf Tönjes


Transactional Service Life Cycle Management in Smart Electromobility Ecosystems. Sebastian Hudert, Michael Ditze, Stefan König, Victor Fässler


Real-time Rating and Charging in federated Cloud Environments. Stephan Flake, Juergen Tacken and Carsten Zoth


A Web Service-based Communication Architecture for Smartphone/WPAN Sensor Ensembles. Nico Laum, Christian Lerche, Frank Golatowski and Dirk Timmermann


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