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- Cyber-Physical Systems Laboratory: Intelligent devices for the development and prototyping of Cities and Buildings - Autonomous Systems Laboratory: Intelligent devices for the development and prototyping of highly dynamic scenarios, including autonomous vehicles (drones)
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DESCRIPTION / SCOPE
Laboratory formed by heterogeneous physical and digital devices that interact with each other, offering services to other devices through IoT platforms. This laboratory simulates a smart city where multiple services are coordinated to offer new services. Autonomic computing techniques have been applied on IoT solutions to allow prototyping self-adaptive solutions. The laboratory consists of devices such as Raspberry Pi, Intel Galileo and various Arduinos, which allow us to develop 'smart things' on which to deploy (micro)services, and/or human interaction services. We also have more elaborate models that prototype services in the field of Smart Cities, such as a small fleet of (autonomous/programmable) vehicles, several houses, drones and traffic light controllers, etc.
Advanced industrial technologies
Smart manufacturing and processes
- Autonomous Computing, Self-adaptive and "Human in the loop" in industrial environments (Design and testing of Internet of Things (IoT) in enterprise environments: Integration of real world objects with information systems, Design and development of ubiquitous and ambient intelligence systems applied to Smart Homes, Buildings and CitiesDesign of autonomous and self-adaptive systems) - Organizational Modeling and Requirements Engineering (From requirements to code, Requirements management in the field of organizational modeling, Support for the evolution of Information Systems, Interoperability of Information Systems driven by models and ontologies, Ubiquitous business processes and variability management in business processes).