New Smartline Data Event: What is it and how is it collected?
Smartline is hosting a data focused workshop to demonstrate our unique anonymised dataset and how it can be used to design processes and systems and support the development of new products and services on Monday 11th February 2019.
The session will consist of:
- An introduction to the Smartline project
- Explanation of the sensors, the surveys and the types of anonymised data collected
- A discussion to understand who has accessed the data and feedback on the experience
- Demonstration of the USMART data platform to include the use of API’s and coding
- An open discussion about future uses of the data
Led by the University of Exeter in partnership with Coastline Housing Ltd, Cornwall Council and Volunteer Cornwall, the three-year project funded by the European Regional Development Fund and the South West Academic Health Science Network, is leading the way in exploring how technology can be used to improve the health and wellbeing of local communities.
Smartline’s unique anonymised dataset includes sensor data from 290 homes covering gas and electricity usage, housing temperature, VOC & CO2 levels, humidity levels and water consumption. The project is also collecting health and wellbeing data relating to communities and volunteering.
In order to get the best from the session we would recommend you attend with a laptop or similar device so that you can follow the demonstrations. Login details to USMART will be provided in advance of the session should you wish to view the system and dataset.
The event is taking place at the Knowledge Spa, Royal Cornwall Hospital, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 3HD between 1pm and 3pm on Monday 11th February 2019. We would encourage you to use the Truro Park and Ride or alternatively there is Pay and Display parking available on site. Tea and coffee will be available throughout the session, so please let us know if you have any dietary requirements.
We hope you can make it,