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How smart city technology ensures good student housing
Sensative, together with Örebroporten, wants to explore and verify how much we can reduce a property's CO2 emissions and energy consumption with the help of our IoT platform, AI and a relatively low investment in 48 volts micro-grid networks with solar cells, batteries and 48 V lighting, heating systems, and more.
With this project, we focus on telecommunications for humans, in and around the home, and on human-machine interactions. In particular, we innovate and influence standardization and development of telecommunications to support new services with technology-based self-care for chronically ill elderly as a use case.
In the project we will choose the appropriate AI/ML framework and integrate it into Yggio together with the extension of the public API
An important part of the digitalization process is to connect critical infrastructures to the Internet. This creates a wide range of opportunities for security attacks with a huge potential impact, and thus makes our society vulnerable and unsafe.
IoT Sensors, interconnected data sources and mobile data form the basis of the real-time smart city. The Smart Public Spaces project is a part of Future by Lund. Here we work with solutions for the future city which are based on real-time information where people, organizations, infrastructure and sensor systems work together to create a sustainable environment with a high quality of life.
Tirna Partners' Brian Barry talks about their IoT business and the opportunities and challenges in the North American market.
Aqua-Scope's Christian Päetz talks about how their products in conjunction with Sensative's can prevent water leaks and damages.
We explore how Imek and their customer Akelius work with Sensative's IoT technology in real estate.
Learn about all the use cases that Sensative's Leo De Meere shares from his experience with implementing IoT solutions in elderly care for HFAB.
Indesmatech's Søren Manicus and Patrik Särenfors share their views on the strengths of IoT, experience with use cases, and more.
Kraftringen use different sensors at EV charging stations to check whether the station is busy and how a visitor utilizes that space

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