Internet of Things (IoT) smart home technologies are becoming more pervasive both in private homes and within organizational spaces. This one-day workshop will address the human factors in smart home technologies, including usability, user perceptions, and end-user privacy and security considerations. Invited speakers from industry, academia, and government will provide their perspectives via presentations and a moderated panel. In addition to becoming more aware of human aspects of smart home technologies, attendees will also have the opportunity to influence NIST's future research direction in this area by voicing their opinions, challenges, and ideas during afternoon breakout sessions.
Suggested attendees include: manufacturers of smart home devices, consumer advocates, smart home and human-computer interaction researchers, organizational IoT implementers, Government agency IoT managers or OCIO representatives.