The 3rd International Workshop on Enablers for Ubiquitous Computing and Smart ServicesEUCASS 2012 in IEEE/IPSJ SAINT 2012Sensors, tags and actuators are being networked and deployed everywhere. Smartphones are also rapidly becoming popular -- they now provide network services with sophisticated computing environment anywhere on the Earth. Cloud computing technologies have enabled virtualization of these devices, and they powerfully provide Smart Services over the Internet.The enablers of Smart X (e.g., Smart City, Smart Grid, Smart Logistics, ... ) include those sensors, tags, actuators, phones, ubiquitous computing platforms, and "Services". They have been also called as M2M (Machine-to-Machine) communications, and IoT (Internet-of-Things). The research topics for the emerging Smart Serivcesare:- distributed (and stream) processing and management (over the Internet)- service platforms, context awareness- sensor data management architecture- application-oriented systems (Green, City, Grid, etc.)- sensor and actuator networks- RFID tags- people-centric sensing- quality of service (QoS) control- privary protection- how-to-deploy (feasibility study)We respect deployable or feasible works especiallyinspired by social needs or industrial requirements.Because the future of smart services should be driven by those social power. This workshop is one of the best opportunities to address this theme in sufficient depth and breadth, and is intended to share knowledge and exchange ideasand/or actual field experiences, thereby promoting new studies and research topics in this area.We welcome business persons as well as academic and industrial researchers. Reports and suggestions on research, advancing technologies, business models, industrial case studies, implementations are also welcomed. We also welcome work-in-progress paper in this workshop.
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