In preparation for the Edinburgh International Science Festival, this week saw the construction of a new additional to the TrustLens lab: what will soon become a smart doll house. While at the moment it is made mostly of wood, in the next few weeks we will equip our house with a range of 'smart devices' in … Continue reading Building a Smart (Doll) House
On 16th March, Naomi and Milan took part in a 'Pecha Kucha' event as part of British Science Week. Pecha Kucha is a style of presentation where 20 images are displayed for 20 seconds each, moving on without the control of the presenter. This public engagement event was held at the Belmont Filmhouse in Aberdeen and … Continue reading TrustLens at British Science Week
On February 20th, the TrustLens Project attended the monthly meeting of the Tillydrone Network Meeting, to introduce ourselves and tell people about the project and what we plan to do in the area over the next few years. It was a welcome opportunity to meet some key people who do a lot of work to … Continue reading Introduction to the Network Meeting
The vision behind the TrustLens project was presented earlier today as part of an international joint workshop on the Internet of Things co-organised by the Royal Society of Edinburgh and the Ministry of Science & Technology (Taiwan). The two day workshop includes presentations from researchers based in Scotland and Taiwan on various facets of the emerging Internet … Continue reading Royal Society of Edinburgh – MoST Taiwan Workshop on The Internet of Things
A new project has begun at the University of Aberdeen: Trusted Things & Communities: Understanding & Enabling A Trusted IoT Ecosystem is funded by the EPSRC and is led by Professor Peter Edwards. A short title has been agreed to refer to the project: TrustLens. This refers to the focus on trust which is central to … Continue reading TrustLens Launched!