Self-healing and learning human and machine workflows, as well as autonomous decision-making using edge computing, are the three main characteristics that make this hub unique. Low-cost indigenous sensors will be developed by setting up a sensor fabrication foundry at the Institute of Technology Jodhpur (ITJ).
- The Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIOT) Center at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Jodhpur is getting ready to go live.
- The hub will help establish facilities for end-to-end design, development, prototyping, and delivery of AIOT.
- Low-cost indigenous sensors will be developed by setting up a sensor fabrication foundry.
The Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIOT) Center at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Jodhpur is getting ready to go live.
Artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) have come together in the AIOT hub, which makes use of mobile communication technology (5G and beyond). IoT infrastructure and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies are being seamlessly integrated to improve edge AI efficiency, human-machine interactions, data management, and analytics.
Connected and intelligent devices, self-healing human-machine workflows with edge computing, and autonomous decision-making are the three main characteristics of the hub.
AIOT Innovation Hub and JCKIC are IIT Jodhpur initiatives to connect academics with real-life and industrial scale problems. Jodhpur and Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) will benefit from this. We anticipate that this will spur local industrial development through start-ups and new generation MSME eager to carry forward the agenda of Atmanirbhar Bharat,” said IIT Jodhpur director Santanu Chaudhury.
Starting in the IIT Jodhpur technology park, the AIOT Innovation Hub (including photonic systems) will help establish facilities for end-to-end design, development, prototyping, and delivery of AIOT (including photonic systems).
Faculty and students at IIT Jodhpur and industry partners will be able to collaborate on AIOT technologies and products as a result of this initiative. These business partners can be brought together for the purpose of promoting the consumption of products, thereby increasing the likelihood of future success.
For the development of low-cost indigenous sensors, IIT Jodhpur proposes the establishment of a sensor fabrication foundry. Additionally, this facility is designed to support the production of sensors in order to reduce importation.
Vice President at the foundation stone laying ceremony of Fab Lab for AIoT systems at IIT Jodhpur.— Vice President of India (@VPSecretariat) September 28, 2021
A Fab Lab is a place where students use fabrication facilities to turn their ideas into reality.
AIoT blends Artificial Intelligence (AI) with the Internet of Things (IoT). #IIT pic.twitter.com/1Cpb0RvvUN