Help shape the vision of the UW IoT Lab
The UW IoT Lab’s Industry Work Groups bring
together leading companies for ongoing collaborative learning, shared
investigation and experimentation, and knowledge-sharing. Our Industry
Work Groups provide a trusted forum to tap into the group’s
collective wisdom and experiences. By getting involved in the UW IoT Lab’s Industry Work Group activities, you can:
- Learn from subject-matter experts and thought leaders at UW IoT Lab learning events.
- Gain insights from research activities, experiments and proof-of-concept demonstrations.
- Interact with leading companies to share best practices and lessons learned.
- Accelerate professional development, knowledge advancement and innovation.
- Leverage UW faculty expertise and student talent.
We engage in Work Group projects focused on precompetitive research
and in-depth learning using real-world testbeds. Work Group projects
provide many benefits to members. You can:
- Collaboratively investigate issues of common interest.
- Leverage and synthesize the collective knowledge of UW IoT Lab members.
- Explore and experiment with cutting-edge technologies in the
Cocreate and demonstrate emerging ideas and proofs-of-concept.
Access findings and lessons learned that are only available to UW IoT Lab members.
So far, we have established two Work Groups:
- Our Industrial IoT Work Group is focused on the use-case of Predictive Diagnostics of Industrial/Commercial Equipment.
- Our Consumer IoT Work Group is working on a
project centered on
the Smart and Connected Home.
In both of these projects, we are engaging in a substantial study
based on real-world testing to gain valuable insights from the perspectives of IoT infrastructure, IoT analytics and customer value.
To learn more about the ongoing Work Group projects, please
contact Dr. Raj Veeramani.
Companies can also sponsor
company-specific, proprietary research projects to leverage the
intellectual capital of our team of faculty members and researchers.
Find out more on the Research Collaboration