IoTCrawler – a search engine for Internet of Things devices

In IoTCrawler we want to make real-world data from devices accessible and actionable for creating a smarter use of the data IoT devices generate. By the use of a search engine for IoT, our cities will benefit even more from IoT data. 

Watch our presentation video to know how IoTCrawler can contribute to make our society even more intelligent and connected.

IoTCrawler is a three-year long research project focusing on developing a search engine for Internet of Things (IoT) devices. 

 With IoTCrawler we want to make real-world data from devices accessible and actionable for creating a smarter use of the data IoT devices generate.

First meeting in the Aarhus Follower group

The Aarhus Follower Group met for the first time at the end of June at Godsbanen in Aarhus. Here, Smart City interested stakeholders from Aarhus met with the IoTCrawler team to hear more about the project. The meeting began with project coordinator Antonio Skarmeta,...

Second partner meeting held in Aarhus

The meeting started with a site visit to the Aarhus City Lab which will be one of the main testbeds in IoTCrawler. “The City Lab is filled with sensors measuring wind speed, temperature among other things” Carsten Kaa, project manager for the City Lab in The City of...

IoTCrawler gets attention

The IoTCrawler was mentioned in the acclaimed Austrian Industriemagazin The IoTCrawler was mentioned in an article about Boost 4.0, an European initiative in Big Data for Industry 4.0 aiming to create an "European Industrial Data Space" that is completely...

IoT of Human Values – Scenario validation

On May 5, 2018, IoTCrawler teamed up with The Next Generation Internet initiative for a workshop on the human aspects of technology and IoT  As part of the Danish tech-festival Internet Week Denmark, IoTCrawler and  The Next Generation Internet (NGI) hosted the...

IoTCrawler has launched!

The IoTCrawler project was launched in February 20-22, taking its first steps towards a “Google for Internet of Things”. In the two-day kick-off event at the University of Murcia in southern Spain the ten partners, spanning from research institutions to leading tech...

Do you want to participate in a network with the newest smart city knowledge?

If you are interested in the digital development of the city of Aarhus, we would like you to take part in our follower group.

In IoTCrawler, we want to connect with the growing community in Aarhus who is interested in Smart City development. 

 

 

We want to know and hear about your thoughts, ideas and concerns.

You can participate as you see fit, and you do not commit yourself to anything else than sharing your excitement for the smart and digital city with us.

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