The popularity of the IoT has grown over the last decade thanks to its numerous applications and the evolution of micro electronics. Moreover, with this evolution, the price of IoT components decreased during the last decade, which made them more accessible and eased their integration in specific areas. This leads to pioneer IoT applications opening an exciting path to the world of tomorrow. From these domains, we can note : Satellite communications (satellite-to-satellite, satellite-to-earth, earth-to-satellite), Wide range communication in white areas, Vehicular communications (vehicle-to-vehicle, vehicle-to-infrastructure, infrastructure-to-vehicle), Fog and Edge computing, etc. just to name a few.
These new domains in IoT bring challenges and opportunities in terms of communication, whether in long or short range, that the actual wireless technologies need to tackle. For these reasons, this new workshop aims at finding and promoting new solutions for long and short range IoT applications. Moreover, any recent communication technologies that can be applied to IoT devices have to be investigated and promoted. From these technologies, we can note the next upgrade of the Internet (6G, tactile Internet, etc.), Bluetooth Low Energy, Visible Light Communications (VLC), Magnetic Inductions, Acoustic waves, etc.