IoT Arrow

 Internet of Things (IoT) represents the convergence of three major and irreversible technology trends, namely (i) embedded sensing/smart devices, (ii) pervasive connectivity (including mobility and cloud computing), and (iii) real-time analytics and contextual intelligence. The ability to collect and share relevant information across all levels (ranging from factory devices to enterprise systems across the supply chain), coupled with the ability to make real-time decisions, results in an unprecedented convergence of information technology and operations technology that can deliver quantum leaps in productivity and agility.

The IoT Systems Research Center is a forum for industry-university partnership focused on research, innovation and
collaborative learning of IoT and industrial analytics.

The IoT Systems Research Center brings together academic researchers and leading companies to engage in thought leadership, breakthrough research, and knowledge-sharing activities. Our aim is to foster deeper understanding, accelerated innovation, and successful deployment of IoT and industrial analytics.

UW IoT Center Membership

February Event Recap

The February 13th webinar taught IoT members several anomaly detection techniques as well as cutting-edge techniques for online monitoring of big data streams. See more

Upcoming March Event

Our next member-only webinar will take place on Friday, March 20th, and will focus on Industrial Internet and Case Studies in Smart Manufacturing.