We would like to invite you to share input about the state of the Internet of Things, smart campus, and related security issues on your campus. During the April 27-29, 2016, Spring Common Solutions Group meeting, Scot Ransbottom (Virginia Tech) and Florence Hudson (Internet2) will be leading a discussion on End-to-End Trust & Security Open Architecture for the Internet of Things (IoT). In preparation for that discussion, we invite you to share input about the state of the Internet of Things, smart campus, and related security issues on your campus.

For the purpose of this survey, we are defining IoT as the digital connection of physical objects for the collection and exchange of data. This would include devices (e.g., lab equipment, security cameras, medical devices), vehicles, building equipment like lighting and HVAC systems, and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity.

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* 1. How many IoT devices would you estimate are currently on your campus?

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* 2. What percentage of those IoT devices are connected to a network?

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* 3. How many IoT devices are there on your campus per:

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* 4. On average, how many IoT devices are there on your campus to manage your:

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* 5. How much growth in the number of IoT devices do you expect on your campus over the next 3 years?

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* 6. How would you rate the risk awareness and prioritization of end-to-end trust and security related to IoT on your campus?

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Risk awareness
Prioritization on your campus

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* 7. Are you participating in any operational IoT uses on or off your campus?

  On Campus Off Campus
Connected healthcare (e.g., bluetooth connected insulin pumps, embedded heart devices, etc.)
Connected vehicles (e.g., in research or practical use including connected skateboards, cars, bikes, etc.)
Smart buildings (e.g., Building Management Systems, connected lights, sensors, etc.)
Smart stadiums (e.g., sensor for crowd control, parking, etc.)
Smart museums (e.g., asset protection)
Research projects (e.g., IoT Lab, connected cows)

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* 8. For your campus, please rank the importance of the following IoT use cases:

  Low Medium High N/A
Building Management
Teaching & Learning
In Support of Research
Health
Safety
Students/BYOD IoT Device

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* 9. What additional IoT device uses do you expect on your campuses within the next 1-3 years?

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* 10. Can you share any best practices or lessons learned from your experiences with operational IoT?

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* 11. What else do you want to share as a need, challenge or solution for leveraging IoT on your campus? (Optional)

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* 12. Please provide your contact information (Name, Institution, Role, Email address). (Optional)

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