Horizon Blog

2 New Journal Papers: Performing the Future & Regulating Human Building Interaction

I’m excited to announce 2 new journal papers that are now fully published and available online. One is based on the fantastic Performing the Future project led by Nottingham based […]


Ethics and the Internet of Things in Research and Universities

This reblog of a post that originally appeared on the University of Nottingham Digital Research website documents a research project they funded where Martin Flintham and I explored the ethical […]


62. Climb!

Sacrilege possibly, but in this post we’re going to write about pianos rather than guitars. Last time, in Post 61 we introduced Muzicodes, an approach to embedding musical triggers within musical […]


Industrial Co-bots Understanding Behaviour (iCUBE)

Collaborative robots, or co-bots, are robots that work collaboratively with humans in a productivity – enhancing process, most often associated with manufacturing and/or healthcare domains. Despite the aim to collaborate, […]


RoboClean: Human Robot Collaboration for Allergen-Aware Factory Cleaning

Human-Robot collaboration is expected to increase in the following years [Elprama, 2017]. The RoboClean project will investigate the potential of human-robot collaboration, integrated with IoT sensors for cleaning and allergen […]


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