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.

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...

See you at IoTWeek 2019

See you at IoTWeek 2019

IoTCrawler will be present during the IoTWeek 2019 held in Aarhus, Denmark. Come by our booth or join our panel discussion.

Update on technical activities in the project

There are a lot of activities going on in the IoTCrawler project, some of them especially deals with technical build, development and data connections. The following gives a technical status on the project in the beginning of April 2019 from The University of Applied...

Update on activities IoTCrawler: What’s happening in WP7?

Update on activities IoTCrawler: What’s happening in WP7?

In IoTCrawler we are right now gathering insights from stakeholders and users in the project’s testbeds that cover three general domains; Smart Home/Buildings, Smart City, and Industry 4.0. This is part of the user centric design process that began in February and...

Partner meeting in Guildford

Last week a partner meeting in the IoTCrawler consortium was held at The University of Surrey. - We had nice discussions and the meeting provided a wonderful opportunity to share ideas and work on a more detailed plan for IoTCrawler research and development...

Interview with IoTCrawler project coordinator Antonio Skarmeta

Interview with IoTCrawler project coordinator Antonio Skarmeta

Antonio Skarmeta (University of Murcia (ES)) Antonio, can you describe the IoTCrawler project?- IoTCrawler is an advanced search and discovery mechanism of IoT and smart objects in the Internet that will support the security and privacy restrictions that user and...

IoTCrawler testbed: Introduction to OdinS’ testbed

IoTCrawler testbed: Introduction to OdinS’ testbed

A crucial part of the IoTCrawler project is to use the developed components in different testbeds. Here we bring a series of a short introduction to the testbeds.The first presentation is OdinS' testbed. Interview with Juan Antonio, OdinS. How would you describe...

IoTCrawler testbed: Introduction to the Siemens’ testbed

IoTCrawler testbed: Introduction to the Siemens’ testbed

A crucial part of the IoTCrawler project is to use the developed components in different testbeds. Here we bring a series of a short introductions to the testbeds.The first presentation is Siemens’ testbed. Interview with Josiane Xavier, Siemens Austria. How would you...

IoTCrawler present at ETSI conference

IoTCrawler will be presented alongside other projects related to IoT Security and Privacy projects in a workshop during the ETSI IoTWeek, which takes place 22-26 October 2018, in ETSI, Sophia Antipolis, France. The half day workshop is dedicated to the IoT Security...

First meeting in the Aarhus Follower group

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,...

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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