We hosted an executive delegation of Austrian ministry of interior today in the lab. I talked about IoT and Wearable,  how the human expectation from computing systems is transforming, how this affects the way enterprises and governments engage with people: employees, citizens, customers, patients and students.  I presented our work on employee safety as a use case. It… Read More

NASA awarded three teams a total of $50,000 in the first stage of the 3-D Printed Habitat Challenge Design Competition at the New York Maker Faire on Sunday, Sept. 27. The design competition challenged participants to develop architectural concepts that take advantage of the unique capabilities 3-D printing offers to imagine what habitats on Mars… Read More

PARTNER GUEST POST: Intersog is a Chicago-based provider of mobile software development services. There has been a lot of buzz surrounding the smart wearables market and there has been a lot of chatter long before the emergence of the Apple Watch. Throughout 2015, the wearables market has maintained an upward trajectory and it’s expected to keep… Read More

Don’t give them any water: How the IoT is like The Gremlins

The Internet of Things represents a dramatic change in life as we know it. As everything around us is brought “online” through the inclusion of sensors, computing power and network connectivity, we will be provided with a much different life experience from what we have today. But if you think today’s cyber attacks on corporate… Read More