Hinterland: From smart cities to smart regions
This project will extend current IoT ecosystems from smart cities to smart regions, widening the interconnection of capital, human and infrastructure in city regions and overlapping administrative and regulatory environments that encompass wider regions.
Effect of using plug-and-play trial kits on the subsequent adoption of an IoT platform in manufacturing SMEs
This project will provide trial versions of the Elements Platform (a simple plug and play IoT platform for SME manufacturers) to manufacturers and monitor the subsequent adoption rate of the full Elements Platform.
IoT and mental health: training sessions and hacking the system
The Covid-19 pandemic has increased the need for effective and accessible mental health support. Delivery of mental health support must also change to maintain levels of care during periods of disruption to service and limited physical access to support.
Data-driven battery degradation study
This project, in collaboration with Upside Energy Ltd (UEL), will create a programme of research focused on data-driven battery energy storage degradation. and will deliver methods for estimating battery states that UEL will evaluate on their data set.
Data Readiness within the IoT for Energy
The issue of IoT data de-cluttering has been identified as a critical issue across university and industry partners. The main aim of this project is to identify methods to significantly improve understanding how IoT sensor data can reliably be integrated into system decision-making processes.
Using IoT data to produce mixed-fidelity building models
Many building projects make use of IoT during the design and build phase. This project aims to overcome barriers related to sparse sensing IoT and to establish a business case for future work
IoT digitisation strategy in manufacturing firms
Taking an interdisciplinary approach this project set out to explore how manufacturing firms are approaching digital transformation and to develop a blueprint that will help firms formulate successful digitalisation strategies. 'How to create a digitalisation strategy that works' report now available to download.
Internet of Things for hospital patient flow management
A number of challenges exist in the creation of a system to map the status of global healthcare. This project aims to determine the challenges and barriers of accepting and adopting a proposed infrastructure.
Mapping and facilitating IoT ecosystem
IoT related companies face challenges in defining and including related products and services, as well as challenges addressing barriers and business settings. This project aims to survey the IoT company ecosystem by reviewing and extending the already existing IoTUK Nation Database to capture IoT specific information.