Real-time sun impact on St Lucia campus
A talking waste bin that disseminates useful information in an entertaining way
A connected fashion accessory
A smart asset tracker for valuable items
A sport field irrigation system monitor
A ride-on mower performance monitor
A smart waste bin that improves waste collection
A sanitary bin that reports fill level and abnormal usage
A recycling bin that separates coffee cups from other items
Convenience with privacy
Status of Feral Animal Traps
Location and engine performance data of mail delivery vehicles
Waste monitoring stations
History of people travelling on campus
Campus kindy worm farm monitor
Industrial machine health monitor
Commercial street vacuum cleaner instrumentation
An interactive playground that keeps you fit
The UQ SmartCampus is an initiative created by several final year students of the School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering (ITEE) under supervision of Dr Alex Pudmenzky (Senior lecturer, UQ School of ITEE). It is a demonstration of the possibilities that have become available through the creative use of the Internet of Things (IoT) together with long range wide area network (LoRaWAN) technology to provide UQ students, staff and visitors with an enhanced campus experience.
Under the mentorship of a subject expert from UQ Properties and Facilities, each student independently designed and implemented the hardware and software that forms the individual UQ SmartCampus IoT installations shown here.
These thesis projects have provided the students with an opportunity to prepare themselves for their working lives by sharpening their professional skills while experiencing working for a client to create a real world installation.