Last week — 18th to 21st September 2019 — the first International Competition on Smart Cities and Robotics took place in Milton Keynes (UK). Different teams from Spain, UK, Germany, France, Portugal and others took part in this competition. As the name suggests, SCiRoC aims at bringing robots in the context of smart cities. Indeed, their primary objective was to interact both with smart cities infrastructures, such as the MK Data Hub, and citizens.
CityLabs is a collaborative project that is grant funded by ERDF. The Open University, ZTE and Fronesys have pooled their skills to create an environment that engages SMEs in research and business development. CityLabs is a place for SMEs to work with academic and industry leaders to develop concepts into prototypes for new products and […]
I joined the project in March 2016 until September 2016, as Project Officer. My activities in this project involved setting up a network of sensors linked to MK Smart Data Hub. These sensors monitor the soil moisture of our users in a trial period, so that we could perform the evaluation of the following technology: Unnecessary […]