“With support from EU and Indian agencies, IIITH launched a Living Lab to collaborate with government bodies, start-ups and big organisations on Smart City solutions”
Living Labs are essentially a live setup of a building, campus or facility that gets used for its intended purposes along with being a ‘living’ test bed for research and innovation. All data coming from the Living Lab is used to develop or validate new solutions and can be tested in the same live setup.Read More
IIITH is an autonomous university, founded as a not-for-profit public private partnership in 1998, and is the first IIIT in India under this model. In 20 years of its existence, IIITH has risen in stature and is presently ranked one of the best institutes in the country in technical education.Read More
Some details about IIIT Hyderabad
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The Living Lab is the brainchild of five IIIT-H professors — Professor Ramesh Loganathan, Practice, Co-innovations; Professor Vishal Garg, who presently heads Smart Buildings Centre; Professor Sachin Chaudhari, Signals Processing and Communications Centre; Professor Aftab Hussain, VLSI & Embedded-Systems Centre and Prakash Yalla, the Technology Transfer Officer of IIIT-H.
The objective is to convert IIITH campus into a living lab on the lines of the Amsterdam Arena in the Netherlands which is already a living lab. The IIITH campus would include different IoT verticals related to air pollution, building energy, water quantity and quality, street lighting, etc. There are three main objectives of this living lab:
Through the Living Lab, IIIT-H plans to transform the campus into a platform for learning, experimentation and for showcasing new ideas and approaches. “As technology goes mainstream and directly into homes, buildings, campuses and cities, it is imperative that access to such spaces should be available to ensure that the right products are defined, designed and built. Without live access to such spaces, solutions or products may end up being theoretical and not actually usable,” explains Professor Ramesh.Learn More
Air Quality monitor to measure different pollutants present in the atmosphere
Measure pH, Turbodity, TBS, water level and water flow are measured
Temperature, humidity, intensity of sun and wind condition are measured
Monitor to view the power consumption, peak demand and other important aspects of the energy cosumption in the institute
Monitor and measure the following crowd related parameters :Camera Id, Geo location, Current people count, No. Of safe distance violations, No.Of mask violations, Url to live stream, etc.
Details and condition like concentration of Carbon Dioxide, Oxyegen, etc., of the room are displayed on a dashboard.
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Interest: Software Engineering, Entrepreneurship, Innovation Leadership
Interest: Intelligent Building, IT in Building Science, Fuzzy Logic Based Protocol for WSN
Internet of Things (IoT), Next Generation Wireless Communication, Cognitive Radio
Interest: Enabling Market Relevant Products from Research Lab Output
Interest: Flexible & Stretchable Electronics, IoT, Smart City Research, LoRaWAN Devices
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We have focused our efforts in three areas: institution building, projects, and the student curriculum.
Leveraging the core and domain strengths of IIITH, the living lab focuses on Smart City issues. Our efforts are aided by our international collaborations such as EBTC, PWC, LAAS and Bordeaux, which have a strong Smart City component to them.
A related plan we have is to setup Smart Campus extensions in other engineering institutions in the city, where we will have mini smart campus setup in their premises and work closely with us on projects. Basically, we aim to expand our scope and resources’ reach in a structured way.
IIIT Hyderabad Campus, Gachibowli, Hyderabad 500 032 Telangana, INDIA