Internet of Things Collaborative Research Initiative (ICRI) at MIT Auto-ID Labs
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MIT Auto ID Labs continues the digital revolution started by the MIT Auto ID Center in 1999. The IoT Collaborative Research Initiative (ICRI) at the MIT Auto ID Labs owes its origin to the MIT Auto ID Center which coined the term IoT (internet of things) to represent a digital-by-design metaphor.
The mission of ICRI is to develop and contribute to the next big vision in digital transformation. Sweeping changes are imminent due to connectivity spawned by adopting IoT as a design metaphor. Big ideas pay big dividends but must begin, often, modestly. The launch of the IoT Collaborative Research Initiative (ICRI) at MIT Auto-ID Labs expect academic-industry relationships to fuel, support and prepare the stage for quantum leaps. The electric light was not a result of incremental improvement of candles. By addressing basic principles which are fundamentally different, we can aspire to shine the light on new roads, new lines of business and new advances for the future of the networked physical world and the networked social fabric.
IoT, CPS, M2M, industrial internet, internet of things, cyberphysical systems, healthcare, energy, robotics, manufacturing, digital education
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