The UWS School of Computing, Engineering and Physical Sciences is hosting an Internet of Things Virtual Student Showcase on Monday 24 August 2020, 10am-2pm.
This online event will showcase the work of postgraduate and undergraduate students in the field of Internet of Things (IoT), with MSc and Honours Year projects being featured.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a system of connected smart devices providing rich data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction.
The Webex event will see students present online demonstrations of their projects with the opportunity for attendees to engage with them and ask any questions.
Student projects being showcased include:
- Traffic congestion detection: an optimisation model for minimal traffic delay based on IoT and deep learning programming (10am-10.30am)
- Design and development of an IoT platform for Renfrewshire Council waste collection services (10.30am-11am)
- Implementation of Internet of Things (IoT) for motion monitoring (11am -11.30am)
- Low Power Wide Area Network (LORAWAN) IoT based campus-wide testbed for air quality monitoring (11.30am-12noon)
- Machine Learning enabled Wildfires detection and prediction system (12noon-12.30pm)
- IoT and Artificial Neural Networks enabled music therapy app for stress and anxiety during Covid-19 (12.30pm-1pm)
- IoT and Artificial Intelligence enabled remote water management for agri-food (1pm- 1.30pm)
- Social distancing App for Indoor localisation and distance measuring (1.30pm-2pm)
This online event will recognise the hard work of the students who have produced high-quality prototypes that illustrate some of the social innovations that IoT can bring to society.
Each project session will last for approximately 30 minutes and attendees can log on to as many or as few sessions as they wish. Once registered attendees will be provided with one web link for the entire showcase. Register for the Internet of Things Virtual Student Showcase.