Birmingham City University prides itself on its strong industrial links, and this is proven both through the industrial placements that students undertake, and the accredited courses that the university runs. Our IoT Initiative hopes to take this further and create a community of academics, technologists, and customers who can work collaboratively to solve real-world problems using the Internet of Things.
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Customer Trajectory Monitoring
Central England Co-Op
Deploying sensors that will track customer trajectory and help to inform store layout and promotional decisions.
LoRaWAN Gateways as Remote Access Servers
Companies are still using analogue modems to access network devices at remote locations such as branch offices. The current product offered by MultiTech has gone End of Life (EoL), and we have been asked to develop a replacement solution that allows for secure remote management of devices over an IP connection.
Inductive Loop Road Traffic Monitoring
Birmingham City Council
Mohammad Nour Al-baarini
An innovative, effective, and reliable end-to-end inductive loop monitoring solution using a low-cost dual-loop detection board integrated with LoRaWAN connectivity technology.