Technological development has taken us beyond the simple connection between people and is evolving towards a connection between all kinds of objects. Thanks to sensors and other types of mechanisms, it is possible for objects to interconnect and interact with each other.
Iran is developing large infrastructures and is firmly committed to promoting IoT and Efficient Development Projects
During my trip to Iran, I’ve had the opportunity to meet with the executives of the Mazandaran Corporation. Together we analyzed aspects related to the potential application of the IoT in civil engineering projects, construction and sustainable development.
I’m sure many of you have already heard of the Internet of Things (IoT) but you may not know exactly what it is. The internet of things is a concept which is essentially concerned with connecting all kinds of objects together in order to completely eliminate the need for human intervention. This is only possible thanks to research in various technological branches such as artificial intelligence or sensor-based information systems.
On Friday, June 1st at 5pm, the Chamber of Commerce will hold a day on the Internet of Things (IoT) with the aim of disseminating knowledge of this technology, intended for members of traditional SMEs who wish to incorporate this paradigm into their production processes.
Technology is advancing rapidly, now faster than ever. It may seem to many that
researchers are now trying to implement Artificial Intelligence in almost every kind of
object. This however is not entirely true. Those of us who have been working in the
field of Artificial Intelligence for long, know that since decades it has been a
fundamental element of many systems and that it took different shapes and forms as it envolved.
The BISITE Research Group would like to invite you to participate in a WORKSHOP on “IoT approaches for distributed computing, communications and new applications”, it is part of the framework of the 15th International Conference […]
First IoT and blockchain workshop organized as part of the IOTEC project coordinated by the BISITE Research Group
The first Internet of Things (IoT) and Blockchain workshop will take place in the University’s R+D+i building this Thursday, starting at 3 p.m. This workshop will allow students and traditional SMEs to discover how these innovative technologies can be applied to their ideas and businesses.