IoT challenge decision involving City of Aarhus and Educators
The app interface for sensor experiments for students in Middleschool and High-school, was evaluated from the point of view of educators and Aarhus Climate Council on December the 19th. The overall concept and the UI is becoming more and more convincing.
The IoTCrawler hosted an innovationclass at Aarhus Katedralskole – a high-school level education. To teach them about IoT in a live testbed, while learning from them how they wish to be involved. Which confirmed for us that a great way to experiment with IoT is through partnerships with formal education. The learning opportunities will be better with the Crawler components and connections to a real test bed.
We look for Followers
to help us learn as we grow
We work with tech-oriented citizens
Only some of the knowledge needed in creating a search engine for the Internet of Things is of a technical nature, we need to know much more about the use – and aspiration of use – for IoT. This knowledge come from ordinary people.
We aim to speak to a varied group of citizens close to the smart domains we work in, about using and experimenting with IoT in their homes, workplaces and lives.
In Aarhus we are looking for educators, students, IoT start-ups. We are also looking for possible new use-cases.
The key is creating mutually benificial services, and at the same time defining the functionality of the IoTCrawler.
Would you like to know more?
Please contact our out-reach coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
IoT professionals – an active part of the research project
We connect with a growing community of IT professionals, who are interested in IoT development.
In IoTCrawler, we want to discuss the thoughts, ideas and concerns from developers and researchers. Followers of our project are occasionally invited to events, talks, prototype testing, webinars and workshops throughout the life span of the project.
This is for validating scenarios and business models, testing prototypes or demos and generally involves developing the solutions of the project.
What do we do? Read about an earlier event with the follower group.
Please contact the technical coordinator: email@example.com