Designing Dynamic Insurance Policies using IoT (DDIP-IoT)

adrian Adoption and Acceptability, Standards, Governance and Policy

Designing Dynamic Insurance Policies using IoT (DDIP-IoT) (Supported by Lloyd’s Register Foundation) Team: Michael Huth (Imperial College London), Razvan Nicolescu (Imperial College London) Partners: TBC This project will explore how ‘real-time’ adjustable insurance policies can be designed and managed using IoT technology. Typical examples include bike/car renting, car sharing, and courier services where there is varying level of risk. The …

Home Area Network Code of Practice (HANCODE)

adrian Adoption and Acceptability, Standards, Governance and Policy

Home Area Network Code of Practice (HANCODE) Team: Carsten Maple (University of Warwick), Hugh Boyes (University of Warwick) Partners: EDF Energy This project will develop a Code of Practice (CoP) to be adopted by energy suppliers and manufacturers of devices that link the Smart Meter Home Area Network (HAN) and the Consumer HAN. This project will identify technical and security …

User-centric Design for Adoption of IoT

Anya Skatova Adoption and Acceptability, Privacy and Trust

UDAIoT – User-centric Design for Adoption of IoT Team: Neil Stewart, Rob Procter (University of Warwick), Nathan Griffiths (University of Warwick), Jim Smith (University of Warwick), Gerard Hodgkinson (University of Warwick), Carsten Maple (University of Warwick). Partners: FCA, Which? The Internet of Things represents a exciting opportunity for businesses and society. However, to many citizens and businesses, the IoT represents little else …

IoT Observatory

rachael Adoption and Acceptability, Harnessing Economic Value, Privacy and Trust, Safety and Security, Standards, Governance and Policy

IoT Observatory Team: Thanassis Tiropanis (University of Southampton), Wendy Hall (University of Southampton). Partners: TBC This project will address issues related to sharing IoT datasets on a large distributed scale to support innovation in a way that will not compromise privacy and security. The project will identify and address infrastructural, technological and legal issues to that end, and will initiate …

Cyberhygiene

rachael Adoption and Acceptability, Privacy and Trust

Cyberhygiene Team: John Blythe (University College London), Carmen Lefevre (University College London), Jeremy Watson (University College London), Susan Michie (University College London), Partners: BBC, Which?, Sogeti, CESG. This project is focussed on gaining a better understanding of what factors influence individual and corporate users’ behaviour with respect to actions that can mitigate risks from Cyberattack, particularly as these relate to the Internet …

Trust and Privacy as Design Principles for IoT Infrastructures

rachael Adoption and Acceptability, Privacy and Trust

DePrIoT – Trust & Privacy as Design Principles for IoT Infrastructures Team: Luciano Floridi (University of Oxford). Partners: Cisco, Eurofins Digital Testing, EE, HMGCC, IMEC, Eurofins Digital Testing, MEVALUATE, SOGETI, Toshiba, ZTE Corporation, Network Rail IoT provides huge opportunities to improve private and public life while promoting business innovation and economic growth. However, the extensive use of increasingly more data …

Smart Transactions in Public Spaces

rachael Adoption and Acceptability, Ambient Environments, Harnessing Economic Value, Standards, Governance and Policy

SIoTRA – Smart Transactions in Public Spaces Team: Chris Speed (University of Edinburgh). Partners: Royal Bank of Scotland, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, (others under discussion) Dynamic public spaces such as parks and festivals offer a series of challenges for IoT. Consisting of complex social, technical and economic networks, value transactions come in many different forms. From tourists seeking information about the …

Securing the Value of Smart Metering

rachael Adoption and Acceptability, Ambient Environments, Standards, Governance and Policy

SeMIoT – Securing the Value of Smart Metering Team: Aija Leiponen (Imperial College London), Pantelis Koutroumpis (Imperial College London). Partners: Poplar Harca, Wi-fi Plug. SeMIoT will explore consumer behaviour and adaptation to energy supply by Randomised Controlled Trials in 500 households in East London (managed by Poplar Harca) to inform the market design, pricing and intervention mechanisms for future energy markets. …

Displays and Sensors on Smart Campuses

rachael Adoption and Acceptability, Ambient Environments, Standards, Governance and Policy

DiSSC – Displays and Sensors on Smart Campuses Team: Nigel Davies  (Lancaster University), Klaus Moessner (University of Surrey), Mateusz Mikusz (Lancaster University), Haitham Cruickshank (University of Surrey), Paul Coulton (Lancaster University). The DiSSC project brings together a large-scale sensor network with the world’s largest experimental pervasive display network to explore the issue of IoT trust in the context of campus systems. While the …