Smart IoT Solutions for Management of Educational Facilities and Operations

Problem Statement

Design and develop IoT solutions that enable schools and universities to be smarter and more successful at what they do.  Examples include devices that enable automation in management of facilities such as classrooms and laboratories; devices that enhance student/staff identification and attendance-tracking; devices that enhance systems for school transport/parking/passenger tracking; devices that enhance student/staff security.


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The power source is a critical component of personal wearables and devices. The shape and form are often constrained and influenced largely by the shape of the battery in the electronic device.

UWB Radar

Impulse UWB technology is traditionally used as long range UWB radar, primarily for military applications.

This technology offering is short range and high resolution radar using frequency range and emission power which is certified for commercial use.     

Integrated Sensor Gateway for Digitisation ( ISGD)

Current IoT Gateways in the market are industry/sector specific and do NOT have the ready-to-use built-in functions that can be easily adaptable/customised for quick deployment turnaround time.

Crowd Density Monitoring System

This is a platform in the cloud where crowd monitoring projects can be setup and configured. Camera integrated Raspberry Pi units are used as the built-in camera can be configured through a web portal to take photos periodically.

Secured IoT Gateways

Security is a major hindrance for wide scale adoption of IoT. Constant sharing of information between devices and users could occur without the consent of related and authorized personnel.


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