Trust and digital healthcare
Digital healthcare technology providers have not yet earned the public’s trust, and clear policies with regards to data ownership and privacy could outweigh even aspects of performance when it comes to nurturing confidence in their technologies. These are among the findings of an online consultation organised by Pitch‑In in July 2020 to explore people’s attitudes towards digital healthcare technologies and their health data.
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.
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.
Internet of Things (IoT) for healthy sleep
Developing an IoT platform for capturing and analysing data from sleep studies, improving convenience for the patients and reducing time and costs for the NHS.
Internet of Things (IoT) approach for predictive maintenance: a manufacturing case study
Developing an IoT predictive maintenance solution for legacy manufacturing processes to reduce costly manual inspections for SMEs.
Application of IoT devices for point-of-care testing
Assessing and broadening the application of IoT testing devices to enable quicker, more convenient testing, improving access to regular physical health monitoring.
Technology and mental health workshops
We are researching potential ways digital technology could help people to manage their mental health and would like to invite you to take part in three creative workshops, based in Sheffield, exploring this matter.
IoT solutions for existing processes: A Laser Based Additive Manufacturing (LBAM) use case
Developing and documenting a business case, supporting demonstrator and training materials to enable implementation of IoT solutions within existing manufacturing equipment and processes.
Network restrictions in IoT-based microgrids
Utilising advancements in IoT technology to develop more efficient and reliable microgrids.