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Topic Submission Due Date Publication Date
Communications for IoT – Connectivity and Networking   March 2020
Blockchain-Enabled Industrial IoT 29 February 2020 June 2020
Computational Intelligence in Internet of Everything February 2020 September 2020
IoT and the Environment April 2020 December 2020
IoT and Privacy June 2020 March 2021
IoT and eHealth August 2020 June 2021
IoT and Defense November 2020 September 2021
Standards for IoT March 2021 December 2021
IoT and Autonomous Vehicles May 2021 March 2022
Industrial IoT 4.0 – Manufacturing and Automation August 2021 June 2022

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