IoT is a milestone for the smart city vision of the future.
The Internet is dashboard, with sensors in the real world.
Data can be collected, visualised, and used for defining smart strategies.
But…what if connected things could not only sense but also act?
PACT (PArtnerships in Cities of Things) aims to develop novel methods and tools for understanding and demonstrating how intelligent things can act in concert with people and connect to existing data and cloud services. The project will use the context of urban air purification as a concrete and relevant case but results are expected to be applicable also to other contexts (energy production, circular economies, mobility etc.) More information Prof. ir. Elisa Giaccardi or visiting professor Iskander Smit via email@example.com
More information Prof. ir. Elisa Giaccardi or visiting professor Iskander Smit via firstname.lastname@example.org
May 24 Maria Luce and Iskander did an Engage session at The Next Web conference in Amsterdam, one of the biggest conference on tech with about 15.000 attendees.
On the 22nd of March, 2018, Louise Hugen discussed her graduation project on Things as Citizens.
This year PACT is teaming up with IoT Rotterdam for the organisation of the Citythings Hackathon.
A master thesis in collaboration with the Master in Digital Design, of Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences.
Louise Hugen is master graduation student with Things As Citizens as topic. As part of her project she conducted a couple of workshops to research through design Things As Citizens-concept.
In March 2018 Sen Lin started with his master graduation project in PACT: Designing Future Mobility Service with Agentive Things
Things as citizens contributes in this years project ‘City as an office’