Summer Sheffield IoT Meetup #2
The Pitch-In team, together with co-hosts Ioetec, are delighted to invite you to the second of our special Sheffield IoT Meetups over the summer – featuring our IoT internship students and some excellent guest speakers
A demonstrator and reference framework IoT-based Supply Chain Digital Twin
Academics from the University of Cambride and University of Oxford are examining how data captured via IoT can help companies create a Digital Twin that simulates the supply chain process and optimises co-ordination with suppliers.
IoT for Care conference
Join us to help shape the UK 'IoT for care' agenda. During this online conference we will discuss IoT applications and related problems, looking to develop concrete ideas for possible projects we can develop together to advance the use of IoT in this field.
Student IoT internships available at the University of Sheffield
Calling undergraduate students at the University of Sheffield interested in technology and the Internet of Things! Paid summer internship opportunities available (working from home) - apply by 20th May 2020.
Newcastle IoT Meetup provides platform for IoT and AI discussion
An overview of the latest Newcastle IoT Meetup which featured a talk from COSMONiO, a software development company designing AI-based systems focusing on computer vision and image processing.
Sheffield IoT Meetup moves online to explore IoT for Smart Manufacturing
Despite our fourth Sheffield IoT Meetup - Industry 4.0 and Smart Manufacturing - coming at a time of great uncertainty across the globe, we were thrilled to see so many members join our new online platform to continue exploring the opportunities IoT presents for smart manufacturing.
The Things Network Virtual Conference
Join thousands of professionals at The Things Network virtual conference, a 24-hour online LoRaWAN event.
How do to IoT for care
‘IoT for care’ is an emerging field that faces its own specific barriers as well as those common to all IoT domains. This project draws upon experiences of those at the forefront of the field to develop resources and plot a course towards widespread adoption of IoT for care.
Use of IoT to tackle childhood obesity
Developing simple IoT-derived visualisations to support children to maintain healthy activity levels, identifying opportunities for integration of existing programmes and IoT solutions.