Internet of Things Focused Research Center Call for Participation

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Published in Techlandia: A Guide to the Oregon and Southwest Washington Tech Industry (2018), 1(2), pp. 36-37.

Internet of Things (IoT) marks the dawn of a technological revolution that rivals the industrial revolution. In this new era, intelligent computing becomes anticipatory, proactive, and adaptive.

The next big growth in IoT systems will come from pushing Pervasive Personalized Intelligence (PPI) in everyday devices to learn and dynamically support our preferences and lifestyles at home, at work and on the move.

A proposed new multi-university, industry-focused PPI center, headquartered at Oregon State University and a site at University of Colorado Boulder, will be supporting research under the supervision of the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) using the NSF IUCRC Model. Associate Professor, Danny Dig, at OSU College of Engineering, the executive director of the  new center, says “This research will enable a new class of applications with intelligence that is predictive instead of reactive. we want to make processes more efficient and save time, energy, and money.”

The Center would allow for interdisciplinary research on machine-learning based software systems and aid in long-term partnerships between startups, corporations, universities and government agencies.

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Techflash: OSU’s Pervasive Personalized Intelligence Center

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Written by Skip Newberry
Published on September 20, 2018 in the Technology Association of Oregon Blog

We heard a lot of great ideas at the Global Tech Jam held last June. One of them was for a center that brings together companies and universities to advance Pervasive Personalized Intelligence (PPI). The idea was presented by Danny Dig, an associate professor of computer science in the College of Engineering at Oregon State University, who is now on the cusp of bringing that center to life.

I’m really excited about a center headquartered at Oregon State that will focus on PPI, which is a hot topic in IoT. It cuts across nearly every industry including aerospace, manufacturing, industrial automation personalized health, fitness, smart cities, smart homes, and smart transportation.

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Join the proposed Center on Pervasive Personalized Intelligence at CU and OSU

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Published on September 18, 2018  in CU Computer Science News

The University of Colorado Boulder and Oregon State University have entered the planning stage for a new industry-focused Pervasive Personalized Intelligence center. The center would allow for interdisciplinary and collaborative research on machine-learning based software systems and aid in long-term partnerships between startups, corporations, universities and government agencies. Industry members involved leverage affiliate investment, have direct access to students, and enjoy company savings thanks to low risk and accelerated research and development.

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Oregon State invites industry members to collaborate on IoT center

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Published on September 14, 2018 in OSU Electrical Engineering and Computer Science News

Oregon State University is hosting a planning workshop for a new industry-focused pervasive personalized intelligence center on October 11-12, 2018 in Portland, Oregon.

The center would allow for interdisciplinary and collaborative research on machine-learning based software systems and aid in long-term partnerships between startups, corporations, universities and government agencies. Industry members involved leverage affiliate investment, have direct access to students, and enjoy company savings thanks to low risk and accelerated research and development.

“At Rigado we are committed to building a scalable, interconnected IoT that drives real business value. In support of those efforts to expand the ecosystem and interoperability we are pleased to be taking part in the Planning Workshop for the Center on IoT. We encourage anyone looking at digital transformation for your business to join us in helping to shape the future of IoT,” said co-founder and chief executive officer of Rigado.

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