IoTCrawler – a search engine for Internet of Things devices

IoTCrawler is a three-year long research project focusing on developing a search engine for the Internet of Things (IoT), enabling search on it’s devices. The project spans both industry, universities and cities.

IoTCrawler addresses dynamic search, discovery of IoT resources and security and privacy. This will assist us in building a new internet paradigm where not just websites are discoverable through search, but also dynamic data sources and IoT devices, taking into account the complexity of internet connectivity.

With IoTCrawler we wish to make real-world data from devices accessible and actionable in creating smarter use across domains of the data IoT devices generate.

“How FAIR are data in industry?”

“How FAIR are data in industry?”

At the Focus on Open Science Workshop "Focus on FAIR" in Graz, Austria, The IoTCrawler was representend by Josiane Parreira from Siemens. In a panel debate she argued how the development of the IoTCrawler will enable data from the industry to be FAIR (Findable,...

Deep learning using The Kalman Optimiser

Deep learning using The Kalman Optimiser

“Continual Learning in Deep Neural Network by using a Kalman Optimizer" is an article with strong ties to the IoTCrawler published by Honglin Li., Shirin Enzhaifar, Frieder Ganz and Payam Barnaghi from University of SurreyLearning and adapting to new distributions or...

IoTCrawler represented at IEEE 4th 5G Summit

IoTCrawler represented at IEEE 4th 5G Summit

The IoTCrawler is represented at the IEEE 4th 5G Summit 2019 in Dresden, Germany. The primary objective of this conference is bringing together experts from industry, academia and research to exchange their vision as well as their achieved advances towards 5G and...

We define our MVP by understanding our end-users’ needs

We define our MVP by understanding our end-users’ needs

In Murcia, OdinS and UMU has carried out a meeting with stakeholders from the City of Murcia, to include their visions and feed-back in the design of our product.Securing a succesfull new product require the interaction with end-users so that the product is aligned...

Qualifying demos and use-cases in Darmstadt

Qualifying demos and use-cases in Darmstadt

The partner meetings of the project are getting increasingly energized as demos, architecture and use cases are taking shape. The hosts in September are AGT international The formats switch between presentations, Q&A and open hack where help is readily available...

An important UMU contribution to  the research field

An important UMU contribution to the research field

González-Vidal, A., Jiménez, F., & Gómez-Skarmeta, A. F have provided an article: “A methodology for energy multivariate time series forecasting in smart buildings based on feature selection” to Energy and Buildings, 196, 71-82. The abstract reads. The massive...

Recap from IoTWeek 2019

Recap from IoTWeek 2019

The IoTWeek 2019 is finished. With over 1600 visitors it was a huge succes. The IoTCrawler booth was also very well visited and the partners in the project participated in several talks and presentations. IoTCrawler was also the host of a validation paneldiscussion...

Contribution from UMU associated with IoTCrawler

Dr. Ramon Sanchez-Iborra gave a Key-note Speech yesterday at Global IEEE 5G-IoT Summit Tangier about his research in relation to the IoTCrawler titled: "5G Network Slicing for Iot". Abstract: The Internet of Things (IoT) has emerged as a key horizontal technology...

Important Blockchain component in IoTCrawler presented

The IoTCrawler is represented at the conference IEEE Blockchain 2019, organized together with the 2019 IEEE Cybermatics Congress, held in Atlanta, USA, July 2019. The publication; “Towards Secure and Decentralized Sharing of IoT Data” is presented in a talk by Hien...

A young addition to the Follower group

A young addition to the Follower group

The IoTCrawler partner Aarhus City team are at the moment pre-occupied with a completely new segment of users, and have a new take on adding to the follower group. We are looking at a follower group which provide insights and learnings to our project, while gaining...

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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