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Internet of Things and People Research Profile

Contact person: Paul Davidsson
Co-workers: Jonas Löwgren, Jan Persson, Ulrik Eklund, Jeanette Eriksson, Andreas Jacobsson, Per Linde, Carl Magnus Olsson, Romina Spalazzese, Daniel Spikol, Fredrik Ohlin, Bo Peterson and David Cuartielles
Partner: Axis Communications, Cybercom Sweden, Data Ductus, E.on, Sigma Technology, Sony Mobile Communications, TerraNet, Verisure Innovation, Wireless Maingate Nordic, ÅF Technology, Sigma Connectivity
Funding: The Knowledge Foundation and Businesspartners
Timeframe: 2014-09-01 -- 2021-08-31
Forskningscentrum: Internet of Things and People Research Centre
Forskningsprogram: Literacy and inclusive subject teaching in a multilingual society
Faculty/Department: Faculty of Technology and Society, Department of Computer Science and Media Technology
Subject: Teknikvetenskap
Webpage: http://iotap.mah.se/kks-profile/

Building a world-class research environment focusing on the Internet of Things and its human users.

The objective of the research profile is to systematically develop and establish an internationally competitive research environment in a well-defined area of knowledge that is relevant to the business partners. In our case the area of knowledge is the Internet of Things with focus on its human users, and the business partners are: Axis Communications, Cybercom, Data Ductus, Eon, Sigma Connectivity, Sigma Technology, Sony Mobile Communications, TerraNet, Verisure Innovation, and ÅF Technology. The researchers involved are mainly computer scientists and interaction designers who will collaborate closely in a number of concrete projects (see below) together with one or more of the business partners. The research will focus on three areas that are crucial for the advance of the Internet of Things: (i) how users interact with the connected devices, (ii) how users can be involved in the development of new IoT services and products, and (iii) how intelligence embedded in the devices can improve the usability and functionality of IoT services and products. The research profile is a seven-year project with a total budget of more than 100 MSEK.


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