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  • The Internet of Things Technologies in Modern Industrial Programming

    What's the Internet of things and what computer technologies does it employ? Does it have any other applications apart from smart homes? In this article, experts from the Internet of Things Technologies Master’s program together with their corporate partners DT IT Russia and GS Labs answer these and other questions.


  • ITMO University’s Main Campus to Get a Smart Floor

    While ITMO students are beavering away on expanding their knowledge, the main campus of their university is gradually following suit. Over the past month, specialists in the field of the Internet of Things have been augmenting the third floor of the building with a “smart floor” system, which will help make the rooms more comfortable, safe and cost-efficient. ITMO.NEWS spoke with the developers to find out how smart rooms will differ from the regular ones.


  • Top Tech at CES 2020

    Artificial Intelligence, 5G connectivity and a Mercedes straight out of James Cameron's Avatar were only some of the highlights at CES 2020, which took place on January 7-10 in Las Vegas. Here’s what will be changing our lives in the near future. 


  • Jozef Stephan Institute’s Miha Cimperman on Data Forecasting in Rail and Energy Industries

    Miha Cimperman, a researcher from the Jožef Stefan Institute (Slovenia), has visited ITMO University within the framework of the European Union’s RENOIR project. In his lecture, he covered sensor data forecast modeling in critically important infrastructure — energy facilities and railways. Read on for the lecture’s highlights. 


  • Leading Expert and IoT Architect Alexander Surkov on Current Trends in Internet of Things

    Over the last few years, the Internet of Things and blockchain technologies have become increasingly popular. And while the blockchain industry is now facing hard times, IoT technologies are gaining momentum. Alexander Surkov, a leading expert and IoT architect at Yandex.Cloud, gave an open lecture at ITMO University, during which he shared with ITMO students about how Amazon and other companies use IoT solutions in their work. ITMO.NEWS publishes the highlights of his lecture.


  • Digital Trends of 2019, Part Two: Combined Intelligence, Personalized Content and 5G

    At the end of the year, tech companies look back on 2018 and make predictions for 2019. The past year was marked by advances in AI, major data privacy scandals and countless ups-and-downs of bitcoin. But what about the near future? Let’s take a look at the key predictions for the digital world of 2019. You can read the first part of the article here.


  • ITMO University and NEC Corporation to Cooperate on Development of Infocommunication Technologies

    ITMO and a leading Japanese telecom company NEC have signed a cooperation agreement, which stipulates that a state-of-the-art laboratory and data processing center will open at the University. The new institutions will focus on the development of infocommunication technologies in the fields of artificial intelligence, telecommunications, and the Internet of Things (IoT), including the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). More on the future cooperation in this article by ITMO.NEWS.


  • Voice Control Technologies: Machines That Really Listen

    ​With each passing year, electronic devices become more and more like our companions, not just items we make use of. For instance, it was not long ago that the media covered the new Japanese invention - a fridge that can literally come to its master after hearing a voice command. The novelty was demonstrated by Panasonic at the IFA 2017 consumer electronics and home appliances exhibition in Berlin and has become the most salient discussion topic at the event. As of now, speech recognition technologies are widely applied in control functions of various devices; ITMO.NEWS decided to remind you of those that have been introduced in 2017.  


  • Dmitriy Andrianov: We've Lost Our Opportunity To Develop IT-Outsourcing Industry

    Dmitry Andrianov, former ITMO University graduate and now Senior Vice President of Engineering and Senior Software Architect at DataArt in London was once among those who developed, and is now working on big projects in the field of IoT. In an interview with ITMO.NEWS, he spoke about the problems and benefits of higher education, the most interesting engineering tasks he's worked on and the possible risks related to the development of IoT technologies.


  • Internet of Magic Things: How to Improve IoT Systems

    Internet of Things is a specific infrastructure for interaction of humans and smart devices, which needs relevant interfaces. However existing ones are not appropriate due to peculiarities of IoT systems. Alexander Kopylov, R&D expert at the Kaspersky Lab, presented a short guideline for IoT developers.