The Internet of Things (IoT) changes how we live and learn, how we move around in the city and how we stay healthy. Welcome to this open event where you’ll learn more about how you can get involved in designing future IoT services and technology. The event is hosted by the Internet of Things and People (IOTAP) research center at Malmö University.
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Time and place
November 15 at 10–13 at Niagara, Malmö University (Nordenskiöldsgatan 1, Malmö). Coffee is served from 9:30.
Introduction to IOTAP and presentations of the application […] Continue reading
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The Internet of Things conference in Lund, Sweden, aims to provide a clear picture of the Internet of Things (IoT) landscape—where we are now and where we are heading. IoT is a broad concept that includes everything from protocols, hardware and software to health, wearable devices and design. The conference tries to cover all aspects of IoT, not only focus on a single category. The conference is run as a nonprofit event aiming to increase the awareness of current trends and the future of the industry. Date and location: September 7–8, Lund, Sweden. Continue reading
As part of the IOTAP project ‘Unlocking User Value in IoT’ (UseIT), we are very happy to invite you to a keynote presentation with Mohammad Ali from Volvo Cars in Gothenburg. This talk gives an overview of DriveMe, Volvo Cars’ self-driving cars project. Continue reading
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What is a “smart” home? And what new ways of being together will the Internet of Things enable? These are a few questions that IOTAP affiliated researchers Clint Heyer, Anuradha Reddy and David Cuartielles discuss in the podcast Medea Vox. Continue reading
Smart health is along the evolution of how we’re applying computing technologies to the healthcare field. In this lecture transcript, visiting professor Nancy Russo shares her insights about the opportunities and challenges of the smart health area.
» Read “Smart Health and IoT: Opportunities and Challenges” on medium.com, by Nancy Russo
As part of the IOTAP project ‘Unlocking User Value in IoT’ (UseIT), we are happy to invite you to a keynote presentation with Johan Eker from Ericsson Research Cloud Technology in Lund. This talk presents the Calvin IoT framework and discusses new application domains for cellular technology such as mission critical automation and smart cities. Continue reading
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