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  1. 1. Application of the Internet of Things in Education Marge Kusmin 19.04.2017
  2. 2. Internet of Things
  3. 3. Body Level One Google trends since 2004: Internet of Things
  4. 4. Body Level One Since the earlier stages of Internet of Things (IoT) network development many authors have attempted to define this system in many forms, including Internet of Everything, Internet of Anything, Internet of People, Internet of Signs, Internet of Services, Internet of Data or Internet of Processes, according to (Oriwoh & Conrad, 2015), and the study conclusions led to a definition that is currently satisfactory, i.e., IoT represents ‘anything at all, depending on requirements’. C. Cornel Ph. D, “The Role of Internet of Things for a Continuous Improvement in Education,” vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 24–31, 2015.
  5. 5. http://monacotrades.com/2015/06/ Projected market share of dominant IoT applications by 2020
  6. 6. Body Level One Smart Transportation, Smart Logistics, Smart parking • traffic lights - traffic signal control systems • car parks - car navigation, parking guidance • toll-booths - automatic toll collection • roads and bridges - weather information, bridge de-icing • ePolice system - automatic number plate recognition, • traffic flow - traffic speed, density, traffic jams, road quality • the in-vehicle eCall - automatic incident detection (vehicle identification, the direction the vehicle was travelling, incident, time, and precise location)
  7. 7. Body Level One Smart traffic Smart Traffic https://ece.uwaterloo.ca/~kan.yang/securitybbcr/vanet.html
  8. 8. Body Level One Smart parking System architecture for road side smart parking
  9. 9. Body Level One Smart Places/ Territories Sketch of a museal field: a smart physical place always in interaction with the virtual components (web and mobile) of the technological environment
  10. 10. Body Level One Smart shopping center https://www.mallmaverick.com/system/site_images/photos/000/00 1/704/original/blog_ibeacon5.jpg https://www.cabotsolutions.com/wp-content/ uploads/2014/08/cabot-ibeacon- mall-design-blog-size.jpg
  11. 11. Body Level One Smart Home • monitor air quality • carbon monoxide concentration, • barometric pressure, • color, • gas leaks, • humidity, • hydrogen sulfide levels, • temperature, • heating systems, • fire extinguisher monitoring systems Services offered by Home Automation are scheduled ahead and user controlled
  12. 12. Body Level One Smart Education
  13. 13. Body Level One Smart Education
  14. 14. Body Level One Smart Education how to support the development of the personalized and adaptive learning by capturing, analysing and directing of e-learning data towards improving learning and teaching to create smart environments to use smart environments for learning to use smart technology in classroom ST is a bunch of different teaching methods and strategies for teaching
  15. 15. Body Level One Smart School In 1997, Malaysia introduced the concept of Smart schoolhouse. About ninety pilot schools were equipped with computers to meet the challenges of the 21st century 2012 NY Education Reform Commission was established to build out schools and classrooms for the 21st century – equip classrooms with tablets, laptops, interactive whiteboards, wireless Internet access, and high-speed broadband connectivity Usually "smart" means IoT solutions but in educational studies it is completely different (so far).
  16. 16. Body Level One Learning Analytics STEM education A new generation solutions for Smart Schoolhouse Smart Building Smart Logistics eHealth Smart Schoolhouse Internet of Things
  17. 17. Body Level One Sensors in the classroom • Sound, Acoustic, Light • Machine vision/ optical ambient light sensors • Acceleration/ tilt sensors • Position and presence sensors • Motion, velocity and displacement sensors • Humidity, temperature and moisture sensors • Leaks and levels sensors • Electric and magnetic sensors • Wearable sensors
  18. 18. Body Level One Eye tracking https://www.tobiipro.com/product-listing http://www.tobiipro.com/imagevault/publishedmedia/icl4o9hzditjncoslyiw/TobiiPro_classroom_eye_tracking_course_2_1.jpg
  19. 19. Body Level One Position, presence, motion, displacement https://appinventiv.com/newimages/ibea-img.png http://cdn.infoq.com/statics_s1_20170411-0445/resource/articles/smoothing-human-trajectory-streams/en/resources/1.jpg
  20. 20. Body Level One Notifications, materials, tasks https://appinventiv.com/newimages/ibea-img.png http://blog.nus.edu.sg/nm3211/files/2015/04/IMG_5155-1qfnh1w.jpg
  21. 21. Body Level One STEM education • Sound, Acoustic, Light • Machine vision/ optical ambient light sensors • Acceleration/ tilt sensors • Position and presence sensors • Motion, velocity and displacement sensors • Humidity, temperature and moisture sensors • Leaks and levels sensors • Electric and magnetic sensors • Wearable sensors
  22. 22. Body Level One STEM education http://losnuevosguerreros.org/pluginfile.php/16/mod_glossary/entry/951/Smartphone-Sensors1.jpg
  23. 23. Body Level One Thanks!
  24. 24. Body Level One References C. Cornel Ph. D, “The Role of Internet of Things for a Continuous Improvement in Education,” vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 24–31, 2015. J. Gubbi, R. Buyya, S. Marusic, and M. Palaniswami, “Internet of Things (IoT): A vision, architectural elements, and future directions,” Futur. Gener. Comput. Syst., vol. 29, no. 7, pp. 1645–1660, 2013. Hussain, F. (2017) Internet of Things: Building Blocks and Business Models. Springer International Publishing ISBN 978-3-319-55404-4, DOI 10.1007/978-3-319- 55405-1 Guillemin, P. and Friess, P. (2009) “Internet of things strategic research roadmap,” The Cluster of European Research Projects, Tech. Rep., September 2009, http://www.internet-of-things-research.eu/pdf/IoT Cluster Strategic Research Agenda 2009.pdf Xu, L. D., & He, W. (2014). Internet of things in industries: A survey. IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, 10, 2233–2243 J. Gubbi, R. Buyya, S. Marusic, and M. Palaniswami, “Internet of Things (IoT): A vision, architectural elements, and future directions,” Futur. Gener. Comput. Syst., vol. 29, no. 7, pp. 1645–1660, 2013. H. Sundmaeker, P. Guillemin, P. Friess, S. Woelfflé, Vision and challenges for realising the Internet of Things, CERP-IoT – Cluster of European Research Projects on the Internet of Things, 2010. Valarmathi, M. , Sumathi, L., & Deepika, G. (2016). Survey on Node Discovery in Mobile Internet of Things ( IoT ) Scenarios. Kusmin, M., Laanpere, M., Saar, M., Rodríguez-Triana, M, J. (2017) Smart Schoolhouse as a Data-Driven Inquiry Learning Space for the Next Generation of Engineers IEEE EDUCON - Global Engineering Education 2017 Hussain, F. (2017) Internet of Things: Building Blocks and Business Models. Springer International Publishing ISBN 978-3-319-55404-4, DOI 10.1007/978-3-319- 55405-1 Santorelli, J., Morawski, R., Lengoc, T., (2013) Remote control sensor car for vehicle to vehicle communication testing. department of electrical & computer engineering, broadband communications re- search lab, mcgill university, 2011. Retrieved may 14, 2013 Booysen, m. J. Et al. Machine-to-machine communications in vehicular networks. Ksii transactions on internet and information systems, v. 6, n. 2, p. 529–546, 2012. Doi.10.3837/tiss.2012.02.005.

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