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Internet of Things at SICS

Internet of Things at SICS

A unique consortium

The future is a plethora of entertainment, sports and life style apps making heavy use of sensors and actuators built into mobiles, game consoles, and other everyday objects, thriving on the data those generate. We have formed a unique consortium cutting across the cloud technologies, big data analysis, sensor networks, interaction design and tools for rapid prototyping needed to realise an Internet of Things for consumers.

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People

Mohamed Ahmed Abdelraheem
Postdoc

mohamed.abdelraheem [at] sics.se

Fehmi Ben Abdesslem
PhD, Senior Researcher

fehmi [at] sics.se

Maria Holm
co-director Mobile Life

maria.holm [at] ri.se

Kristina Höök
Professor

kristina.hook [at] ri.se

Jawad Mustafa
Researcher
+46 73 920 24 26
jawad.mustafa [at] ri.se

Martin Rantzer
CEO of SICS East
+46 723 41 01 73
martin.rantzer [at] sics.se

Shahid Raza
PhD, Director Security Lab, Expert Researcher

shahid [at] sics.se

Ludwig Seitz
PhD, Senior Researcher
+46 70 349 92 51
ludwig [at] sics.se

Security in the Internet of Things

Security in the Internet of Things

The SEC lab works with security in the Internet of Things (IoT) with the goal of providing security services as enablers for other applications for IoT. This work is conducted in close cooperation with Ericsson Security Research.

We are contributing to ongoing standardization efforts at the Internet Engineering Task force (IETF), specifically in the working groups ACE, COSE and CoRE.

In ACE we are editors of  RFC 7744 that describes uses cases for authentication and authorization for constrained environments. Furthermore we have submitted drafts on access control and on object security.

This research area includes the following projects:

Knowledge areas

IoT's offer

Seeds: IoT at SICS is equipped to harness the collaboration and innovation of its experts and its partners. This is the place where the seeds of the future are born.

Solutions: IoT at SICS main objective is to find collaborative research projects where industry and academia work together on challenging aspects of the IoT technologies and application designs. This is where the future is shaped by vision with a focus on the commercially sustainable. We offer among other things Idea Generation, Opportunity Mapping, Data Analysis, Hands-on prototype building, User tests etc.

Meetings: Great things happen when people, ideas, knowledge and resources meet. IoT at SICS provides this meeting point where the future is shaped by bridging gaps and intersecting ideas, it is a neutral platform for the academia, industry partners and alike to meet.

Our offer

Seeds

Knowledge
& Expertise

Solutions

Joint-research
Pre-studies
Workshops &
Prototype builds

Meetings

Networking
Brokering

Contact us

Interested in knowing more? Please contact: iot@sics.se

IoT's domains

  • Consumer Products Consumer Products

    Consumer Products

    User centred design, focused around smart objects that can sense actions, their environment and can communicate allows for richer experiences.

  • Consumer Products Consumer Products

    Energy

    Smarter Energy Management is enabled through the access of real data that supports the process to plan, mange and influence intelligent energy use.

  • Consumer Products Consumer Products

    Transport

    Internet of things allows for realtime data collection and immediate access to information on traffic conditions, meaning more efficient travel.

  • Consumer Products Consumer Products

    Telecom

    Telecom has expanded to become the basic and necessary infrastructure for the Internet of Things, creating value for people in all aspects of life.

  • Consumer Products Consumer Products

    e-Health

    Contineuos health tracking and care together with targeted tracking provides new possibilities for the health sector as data becomes available 24/7.

  • Consumer Products Consumer Products

    Homes

    The internet of Things allows for control and connectivity of devices which empowers users to live more efficiently in their homes.

  • Consumer Products Consumer Products

    Cities

    Better data collection has allowed for innovations in urban planning, from improvement to waste management to smoother transportation systems.

IoT's case studies