Resources and Toolkits

Here you can access a number of different resources and toolkits designed to assist you in the adoption of IoT technology. They focus on addressing a variety of potential barriers across our focus sectors. These resources may be direct learning outcomes and best practice following completed Pitch-In projects, or they may signpost to wider resources and support available from our partners and stakeholders.

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Please note: the project specific resources will be developed and added to over the coming months as the first projects begin to disseminate their findings.

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The Digital Curation Centre (DCC) is an internationally-recognised centre of expertise in digital curation with a focus on building capability and skills for research data management.

The DCC provides expert advice and practical help to research organisations wanting to store, manage, protect and share digital research data. They provide access to a range of resources including popular How-to Guides, case studies and online services. Their training programmes aim to equip researchers and data custodians with the skills they need to manage and share data effectively.

They also provide consultancy and support with issues such as policy development and data management planning.


The Internet of Things – Realising the Potential

Published in March 2018 this collaborative report from the Royal Academy of Engineering and PETRAS research group presents the opportunities across consumer, public space and industrial applications of IoT, and outlines the challenges around policy, governance, security, privacy, ethics and skills.


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