Cloud Sensor

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Prof. John Morrison
Prof. John Morrison UCC PI, Service Lifecycle Theme Lead
Project Title Cloud Sensor Cloud Sensor
Project PI Prof. John Morrison
Primary Researcher Dr Vincent C. Emeakaroha
Start Date February 2014
Project Length 6 months
Summary Date
Project Completion

Project Description

There is a need for generic cloud-based monitoring platform, which can be used to collect, store and analyse data from a variety of remotely distributed sensors, and which can also be used to compute and send control signals back to actuators in order to control the processes that sensors are monitoring . Solutions available today tend to be customised for a particular application. A generic, sensor monitoring cloud platform, could act as an open-API module that could be 'plugged in' to a range of sensor monitoring solutions.

Use cases

i) Connected Health, ii) Sport & Fitness, iii) industrial Control, iv) Crop and Animal Husbandry, v) Environmental, vi) Marine

Propose Solutions

A generic, sensor monitoring cloud platform module, with open and standard APIs, that could be 'plugged' in to a range of sensor monitoring solutions.

Current Landscape

A wide range of solutions, but all customised to particular applications.

Industry Impact

High Impact Results

An 'open', low-cost, easy-to-use, software module that makes it easier for companies to build complete cloud-based sensor management solutions.

High Impact Demonstrator

The cloud sensor monitoring module inter gated into a sensor management application to show its ability to read, store sensor data and to send control signals.

Industry Sponsors

Ostia Solutions, PowerOn.

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