Purdue receives Amazon Research Award for IoT devices

Purdue University researchers received an Amazon Research Award for their development of a method to perform analytics on streaming video running on small devices linked together in the Internet of Things (IoT). This method can perform computationally expensive tasks, such as object detection and face recognition, in real time and provide guarantees about the accuracy.

Discovery Park District Partners on IoT Research

The Discovery Park District at Purdue University has announced a partnership related to Internet of Things technology. The district is teaming up with the university's SMART Consortium in an effort to advance IoT technology and study how it will be used.

Soft microrobots demonstrate potential for targeted drug delivery

David Cappelleri creates tiny tumbling soft robots that can be controlled with rotating magnetic fields. In a newly-published study, the robots showed that they can climb slopes, tumble upstream against fluid flow, and deposit substances at precise locations in neural tissue.

Participate in Unmanned Aircraft Systems Workshop

We invite you to participate in an Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Workshop at Purdue on October 20, 2021. This workshop will convene a broad group of Purdue researchers working with UAS systems to better understand our respective capabilities and interests, whether in the aerial platform, control systems, operations, applications, new designs, sensors, etc., with the aim of igniting new collaborations, partnerships, and proposals.
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