ECSA 2023
Mon 18 - Fri 22 September 2023 Istanbul, Turkey
Thu 21 Sep 2023 12:15 - 12:30 at Mavi Salon - Knowledge Chair(s): Patrizia Scandurra

System-level testing of healthcare Internet of Things (IoT) applications requires creating a test infrastructure with integrated medical devices and third-party applications. A significant challenge in creating such test infrastructure is that healthcare IoT applications evolve continuously with the addition of new medical devices from different vendors and new services offered by different third-party organizations following different architectures. Moreover, creating test infrastructure with a large number of different types of medical devices is time-consuming, financially expensive, and practically infeasible. Oslo City healthcare department faced these challenges while working with various healthcare IoT applications. This paper presents a real-world software architecture (HITA) to create a test infrastructure for healthcare IoT applications. We discuss the quality requirements achieved by HITA and the status of work products developing as a part of HITA. We also present our experiences and lessons learned from the architectural work related to HITA.

Thu 21 Sep

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11:00 - 12:30
KnowledgeIndustry Program / Journal First at Mavi Salon
Chair(s): Patrizia Scandurra University of Bergamo, Italy
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HITA: An Architecture for System-level Testing of Healthcare IoT ApplicationsShort Paper
Industry Program
Hassan Sartaj Simula Research Laboratory, Shaukat Ali Simula Research Laboratory and Oslo Metropolitan University, Tao Yue Beihang University, Kjetil Moberg