Sensolus’ multidisciplinary expertise reaches further than STICKNTRACK. We have projects running in a diversity of domains, with a diversity of IoT technologies.

Frontrunners in Internet of Things in AgriFood

SENSOLUS is one of the 73 partner in the H2020 IoT-01-2016 Large Scale Pilots Project IoF2020 consortium.
The Internet of Food & Farm (IoF2020) consortium has been selected for a large subsidy from the European Commission to investigate and foster a large-scale implementation of Internet of Things (IoT) in the European farming and food domain. IoT is a powerful driver that has the potential to transform the entire farming and food domain into smart webs of connected objects that are context-sensitive and can be identified, sensed and controlled remotely.
IoF2020 consists of 73 partners from 16 countries and is coordinated by Wageningen UR. The project builds around 5 trials, in the areas of fruit, vegetables, meat, arable and dairy, with 19 use cases. In these use cases technology readiness levels of IoT technologies will be upgraded, whilst at the same time building a societal ecosystem to improve take-up of these technologies.
The subsidy is part of the prestigious Innovation action: Large Scale Pilots (Internet of Things) and further builds on results of the AgriFood projects in the EU FIWARE program. IoF2020 is expected to start 1 January 2017 and will run 4 years.

Active@work – Ambient Assistant Living

In the Active@Work project (part of AAL – Active and Assisted Living) we create technological means to keep senior workers active at work. By adjusting their role and activities to their actual physical capabilities and health state we create conditions for being longer active and feeling well in the workplace.

More info on Active@Work project

More info on AAL

DIOTTO – ewellbeing

The DIoTTO (IWT) project has as goal the support of independent living of seniors. We do this by creating an Internet-of-Things application for seniors and their informal caregiver. DIOTTO is a partnership between Sensolus, design agency Studiodott and technology company Waylay. The application is also co-created in close collaboration with seniors and caregivers from the living labpanel of the city of Aalst.

In the first six months of the project, the  team blended into the lives of seniors and gathered their ideas and their vision on independent living. We went through a co-creation cycle with a group of seniors and their caregivers, challenging them with cultural probes, interviews, design proposals and much more. They provided us with critical reflections on our vision and product design.

Currently all experience on the field is blended with the technological experience of all partners. Very soon, the DIoTTO project will be tested in homes of elderly to prove its relevance in the market

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