The Internet of Things laboratory (IoT lab) deals with introducing and popularizing the concept of IoT – the benefits, challenges and current solutions.
IoT projects such as “SmartEnCity” – the Smart City project in Tartu – deal with key IoT issues: managing large amounts of data and devices while enhancing environmental impact and using resources effectively. Smart solutions in personal medicine, for instance, need to ensure security while transferring sensitive personal data.
In addition to a general introduction to the domain, the IoT lab aims to:
- increase the visibility of work at the Mobile- & Cloud Computing research group
- provide an IoT test facility for use by students and other researchers
IoT lab has 2 rooms in Delta building – 2018 and 2019.
Devices, dev. kits
The IoT lab possesses various infrastructure: development kits (Arduino, Raspberry Pi, etc), Smart Home sensors & actuators, smartphones, IP-cameras, which students/researchers can use in projects and thesis works. The establishing of this lab has been supported by Telia Eesti AS.
Find a more detailed list of available devices here.
If you are interested in collaborating with us or have an idea for a project, contact the head of the lab Satish Srirama (firstname.lastname@example.org) or PhD student Jakob Mass (email@example.com).