Extension of BOX-IO through AI techniques and integration of Bluetooth LowEnergy devices

Starting date
January 1, 2021
Duration (months)
Computer Science, Department of Engineering for Innovation Medicine
Managers or local contacts
Fummi Franco

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), devices connected to the Internet and exchanging large amounts of data in real time, have become increasingly important, facilitating the control and monitoring of the production phases of a plant. At the same time, Building Automation is becoming an increasingly pushed IoT use sector. Finally, we can mention the uses of IoT for Health Care, particularly if the sensors become wearable. In all these contexts it is useful to have a data analysis through AI algorithms that provides added value to the creation of a complete IoT architecture from sensors to the cloud. The aim of the research contract is therefore to extend the BOX-IO architecture with AI techniques and with the integration of low energy consumption devices.


EDALab s.r.l.
Funds: assigned and managed by the department

Project participants

Alessia Bozzini
Stefano Centomo
Temporary Professor
Enrico Fraccaroli
Research Scholarship Holders
Franco Fummi
Full Professor
Research areas involved in the project
Sistemi ciberfisici
Embedded and cyber-physical systems


Research facilities