Category Archives: internet of things

Tracking who is in the room (for fun and profit)

People in the department might have noticed the bright LED indicator in the window of TC224, so here’s an explanation: Solving a non-problem is fun at times. The idea for tracking who is in the room was discussed during the … Continue reading

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TUTLab, support your local Fab Lab

Today, there was an idea session and a workshop for teachers regarding TUTLab. TUTLab is an instance of Fab Lab, which is a small fabrication laboratory, aimed for students and teachers alike. It is also an innovation platform, as the … Continue reading

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Heavy metal innovation

The first Fimecc innovation camp was organized this week at TUT. The boot camp was held two weeks ago and this week will culminate to an end gala on Thursday. The innovation camp brings together  the students and business cases … Continue reading

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Adrian Cheok Talk: “Everysense Everywhere Human Communication”

Adrian Cheok Talk: “Everysense Everywhere Human Communication” Time: Friday 25.9.2015 at 10.15-12 Place: TUT, Tietotalo, TB109 (Korkeakoulunkatu 1, 33710 Tampere) Adrian Cheok was visiting Tampere and gave an inspiring talk on the title “Everysense Everywhere Human Communication”. Cheok was also … Continue reading

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Summer seminar on multi-device software

On 16-17.6 we organized an Inforte  seminar on multi-device software.  The guiding introduction for the seminar was: The world has changed from single client-server architectures to multi-device architectures where the 1) users use several client devices, 2) data is generated … Continue reading

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