Members of the Warren B. Nelms Institute for the Connected World have put smart connected systems into use to monitor, detect, and prevent the spread of infection – the ADAPT smart mask – aims to extend the functions of a traditional mask to render stronger protection.
Recent work by Professor William Eisenstadt, supported by a grant from the Centers for Disease Control, seeks to equip the traditional mosquito ‘bioassay’ cages with networked sensors.
In this new project in response to COVID-19, we use Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) communication protocol to sense and measure the distance between two people wearing wristbands that help estimating exposure risks.
A novel system proposed by Dr. Swarup Bhunia and researchers at the Warren B. Nelms Institute for the Connected World aims to remove the limiting factor by combining cloud computing, 5G connectivity, machine learning, and automotive automation systems to create what we call Peer-to-Peer Car Charging.
Engineering researchers in UF’s Warren B. Nelms Institute for the Connected World are developing TRIDENT, a tri-modal sensory system for detecting onset of an infection such as COVID-19.
ECE Assistant Professor Dr. Roozbeh Tabrizian is set to receive a 2019 DARPA Young Faculty Award for his proposal, “Ferroelectrically Transduced Ge Nano-Fin Bulk Acoustic Resonators for Chip-Scale Instinctually Adaptive RF Spectral Processing.” The prestigious $500K award will support Tabrizian’s… Read More
The third floor of Benton Hall, hosts a massive, interconnected virtual city out of Lego bricks—for IoT research.