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IoT Conference in Lund Sep (7–8)

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

Talks: Merging IoT & Cloud & Everything in Between

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

IOTAP hosts the 29th annual workshop of the Swedish Artificial Intelligence Society

The 29th annual workshop of the Swedish Artificial Intelligence Society (SAIS) will take place in Malmö, Sweden, on June 2–3. The SAIS workshop provides an ideal forum for contacts among AI researchers and practitioners in Sweden and neighbouring countries, as well as for establishing links with related research disciplines and industry. Continue reading

Research Seminar: Designing Quantified Workplace Systems (February 11)

Our understanding of Internet o Things systems in the Quantified Workplace is in its infancy. Welcome to a research seminar, led by guest professor Nancy Russo, where the discussion will focus on the “VALUES” framework – a framework comprised of a preliminary set of issues that may be used to guide research and development of Quantified Workplace systems. Continue reading