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Dynamic Intelligent Sensor Intensive Systems

Exploring how to use heterogeneous sensor data to create services in the built environment

This project is about how to best support services which need information about the current state of an environment including people. The main challenge concerns how to make use of heterogeneous sensor data which may vary over time since sensors may appear and disappear. In order to support services, including the implementation of new services, the project also addresses challenges of how to support smart configuration, information security, energy efficiency, the use of mobile devices, and user interaction. The project intends to explore Machine Learning and enhance the previously introduced concept of Dynamic Intelligent Virtual Sensor in different use cases. See also the CoSIS project upon which this project is a continuation of.

Application area: Smart Cities

Partners: Malmö University, Axis Communication, Sigma Connectivity, and Sigma Technology

Project period: 2018–2019

Funding: The project is funded by the Knowledge Foundation within the Internet of Things and People Research Profile, Malmö University, and the business partners.

Contact: The project is coordinated by Jan Persson, IOTAP, Malmö University.

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