I-SENSE | Institute for Sensing and Embedded Network Systems Engineering
Advancements in computing, communication, and sensing technology are making it possible to embed tiny wireless sensors in our homes and yards, our shoes and clothing, and even our toothbrushes and utensils.
This futuristic vision of tiny, networked sensors streaming information about the world around us was once relegated to the pages of science fiction. Today, it’s emerging as the next Internet frontier. It’s called the “Internet of Things,” or the “Internet of Everything,” and it’s a powerful foundation for tackling some of society’s most pressing challenges, from safeguarding our water systems and agricultural resources, to managing our growing cities, to supporting our health and wellness.
Tiny sensors, tiny computers, and tiny radios are poised to have a huge impact. The Internet of Everything is changing the world around us and opening doors to a brighter future. We’re building that future at Florida Atlantic University.
Funding opportunitiesNIST Public Safety Innovation Accelerator Program
Deadline: February 28
Innovations at the Nexus of Food, Energy and Water Systems
Deadline: March 6
I-SENSE Lecture Series SpeakerJason A. Hubbart, Ph.D.
New Frontiers in Water Resources: Measuring and Monitoring the Hydro-Dynamics and Water Quality of Mixed Land Use Watersheds
11 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Jan. 26
Engineering East Bldg., Rm. 405, Boca Raton campus
To see flier click here. For more information contact MaryJo Jackson.
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