Evaluation of IoT Systems’ Requirements for Tracking Applications (Things d’Art)

Mike Stead Adoption and Acceptability, Ambient Environments, Privacy and Trust, Safety and Security, Standards, Governance and Policy

Team: Prof. Julie McCann, Dr Roman Kolcum (Imperial College London) Partners: Tate Enterprise Ltd The challenges that underpin the identification, tracking and monitoring of Modern and Contemporary Art pieces are manifold. The increasing complexity of art works being produced and the range of materials used means that existing systems are unable to support their care and management; a growing sector concern. Recent …

Transport and Mobility Demonstrator Audit (TMDA)

Mike Stead Adoption and Acceptability, Privacy and Trust, Standards, Governance and Policy, Transport and Mobility

Team: Prof. Carsten Maple (University of Warwick) Partners: The Ordnance Survey The importance for Transport and Mobility demonstrators to the UK has been recognised by UK Government, Industry and Academia. Many initiatives have been launched but ensuring maximum strategic benefit, especially to ensure the security and resilience requires further work. The aim of this project is to develop guidelines and policy recommendations …

Making the Invisible Visible – Secure, Trustworthy IoT Displays and Sensors for Urban Environments in CityVerve (IDice)

Mike Stead Adoption and Acceptability, Ambient Environments, Harnessing Economic Value, Privacy and Trust, Safety and Security

Team: Prof. Nigel Davies (Lancaster University) Partners: University of Manchester, The Ordnance Survey This project aims to form a partnership between PETRAS researchers at Lancaster and CityVerve researchers at Manchester University in order to: Explore the use of IoT sensors and displays to provide users with trusted visibility of local IoT devices in urban environments; Demonstrate the potential of such an approach …

Developing a Consumer Security Index for Domestic IoT devices Plus (CSI+)

Mike Stead Adoption and Acceptability, Infrastructure, Safety and Security

Team: Prof. S. Johnson (University College London) Partners: DCMS, IBM Software, MOPAC, BRC The key aims of the CSI+ project are to: provide a clear picture of the security of domestic IoT devices; increase public understanding of the everyday crime risks such devices pose (through a systematic review of the academic literature); produce a consumer security index that the public could use …

a Roadmap for the Internet of Things in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park (aRIoT)

Mike Stead Adoption and Acceptability, Ambient Environments, Privacy and Trust, Safety and Security

Team: Dr. Duncan Hay (University College London) Partners: London Legacy Development Corporation, The Ordnance Survey The ongoing research collaboration between PETRAS partners and the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) has led to a number of successful projects in the IoT domain, including, as part of PETRAS, Tales of the Park (EPSRC/Intel); the Nature Smart Cities bat monitoring project (UCL/Intel); and ongoing …

IoT Multi-disciplinary Standards Platform (IoTMSP)

Mike Stead Adoption and Acceptability, Infrastructure, Standards, Governance and Policy

Team: Rob Thompson, Graça Carvalho, Jeremy Watson (University College London) Partners: GCHQ, IET standards group, IoTUK, Digital Catapult The overarching aim of the IoT MSP project was to develop the concept of an IoT Multi-Disciplinary Standards Platform that could act as the main vehicle for exploitation of a significant part of the research outputs from the PETRAS project work particularly focusing on impact …

Child Proofing the Internet of Things (IoT4Kids)

Mike Stead Adoption and Acceptability, Ambient Environments, Privacy and Trust

Team: Dr Bran Knowles, Dr Joe Finney (Lancaster University) Partners: Micro:bit Educational Foundation, NSPCC, Family Online Safety Institute The project aims to: Understand the potential applications of BBC micro:bit as a programmable IoT platform for children in order to anticipate a range of scenarios which may present different challenges in terms of privacy and security. Identify current barriers to being able to …

Gender & the IoT

Mike Stead Adoption and Acceptability, Ambient Environments, Privacy and Trust, Safety and Security, Standards, Governance and Policy

Team: Dr Leonie Tanczer (UCL STEaPP), Dr Simon Parkin (UCL Computer Science), Dr Trupti Patel (UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies), Dr George Danezis (UCL Computer Science) Partners: London VAWG Consortium, Privacy International Gender and IoT is an interdisciplinary project exploring the implications of IoT on gender-based domestic violence and abuse and was funded by a Social Science Plus+ award from UCL’s Collaborative Social Science Domain. Domestic violence …

Developing a Consumer Security Index for Consumer IoT devices (CSI)

adrian Adoption and Acceptability, Ambient Environments, Infrastructure, Safety and Security

Team: Dr. John Blythe (UCL), Prof. Shane Johnson (UCL) Partners: Department for Digital, Culture, Media, & Sport, UCL Dawes Centre for Future Crime, Home Office, Which?, IBM, The Behavioural Insights Team, MOPAC Internet connected devices including smart televisions, security cameras and thermostats are now commonly found around the home. Devices such as these have enormous potential to transform society, but they also provide opportunities for …