APBIM: Activities towards a PETRAS Buildings Management Information Demonstrator

Angel Zafra Harnessing Economic Value, Privacy and Trust

Team: Peter T. Kirstein (University College London) Partners: BRE Global Limited The use of a secured distributed Digital Object Management System (DOMS) to represent deployments including security, data description and access process information with the relevant security metadata and extensive use of Templates. Various applications may use the deployment database, deriving appropriate new identifiers with attributes extended from the original deployment …

Value of Personal Data in IoT (VPD)

Anya Skatova Harnessing Economic Value, Privacy and Trust

Value of Personal Data in IoT (VPD) Team: Carsten Maple (University of Warwick), Anya Skatova (University of Warwick), Lucie Burgess (Digital Catapult), Rebecca McDonald (University of Birmingham), Sinong Ma (University of Warwick) Partners: Which? and Digital Catapult. Data is key to Internet of Things (IoT). Being able to share and link users’ personal data is necessary for the provision of …

Respectful Things in Private Spaces (ReTiPS)

adrian Harnessing Economic Value, Privacy and Trust

Respectful Things in Private Spaces: Investigating Ethical Data Handling for Very Personal Devices (ReTiPS) Team: Nigel Shadbolt (University of Oxford), Max Van Kleek (University of Oxford), Reuben Binns (University of Oxford) Partners: BT Internet-connected devices are increasingly deployed in highly private spaces. These include sensors, smart voice assistants and other devices in living rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms, and private offices; as …

Resolving Conflicts in Public Spaces (ReCoPS)

adrian Harnessing Economic Value, Privacy and Trust, Safety and Security

Resolving Conflicts in Public Spaces (ReCoPS) Team: Klaus Moessner (University of Surrey), Haitham Cruickshank (University of Surrey), Prof. Nigel Davies (Lancaster University) Partners: Rail Delivery Group, Rail Safety and Standards Board IoT has the ability to transform our interaction with public spaces and public infrastructures, offering personalised services and experiences, e.g. using in situ displays to guide users through rail …

HEALTH-I: Hybrid Engagement Architecture Layer for Trusted Human-Centric IoT

Aastha Madaan Privacy and Trust, Safety and Security

HEALTH-I: Hybrid Engagement Architecture Layer for Trusted Human-Centric IoT Team: Wendy Hall (University of Southampton), Vladimiro Sassone (University of Southampton), Aastha Madaan (University of Southampton), Mu Yang (University of Greenwich) Partners: CityVerve, Southampton City Council, Zooniverse HEALTH-I focuses on integrating humans into the IoT ecosystem. We focus on using crowdsourcing to openly and transparently improve the trust of devices, data …

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, Safety and Security

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 …