Smart Student Homes
Smart Student Homes
As one of MyBox's key partners, Lyse has chosen to test out Smart Home and communication service solutions of the future on students at the University of Stavanger.
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Lyse IdeasLyse Ideas is an innovation competition with focus on highly relevant issues in our society, region or potentially within Lyse’s business areas. To facilitate new and innovative thoughts and ideas, we gather a diverse group of participants from the Lyse Corporation, different sectors and disciplines. During the competition, participants work in groups, and the aim is to present new and innovative technologies, products or services.
Universal design of welfare technologyThe aim of the project is to develop methods, principles and control interfaces that ensures user-friendly welfare technology. The aim of the project is to develop methods, principles and control interfaces that ensures user-friendly welfare technology.
Smart EffectThe Smart Effect project addresses the core challenges in introducing energy efficiency solutions to "a thousand homes": economics, complexity, availability and building awareness among users.Reducing energy consumption is almost always the most environmentally friendly way to increase the availability of renewable energy. Not only are the inevitable greenhouse gas emissions released during the expansion of renewable energy production avoided, but the saved energy can also be used in the transition from fossil fuels to electricity.
Safer@HomeSmart systems to support safe, independent living and social interaction for the elderly.Smart homes and welfare technology to create safer homes that benefit patients, healthcare professionals , local authorities and society in general.
Smart Student HomesNorway's smartest student homesAs one of MyBox's key partners, Lyse has chosen to test out Smart Home and communication service solutions of the future on students at the University of Stavanger.
ENSEA prosjektetThe ENSEA project (European North Sea Energy Alliance) is an EU project that aims to bring together the countries around the North Sea Basin to create Europe's strongest energy cluster.The ENSEA project (European North Sea Energy Alliance) is an EU project that aims to bring together the countries around the North Sea Basin to create Europe's strongest energy cluster.
Homes Without Barriers - NAVSmart Home technology or environmental control as aid? Homes Without Barriers is an offshoot of the project Joint Development in Welfare Technology. This project kicked off in 2012 as a result of the collaboration between the Municipality of Stavanger and Rogaland NAV Community Technical Aid Centre. The purpose of the project was to gain experience in using smart home technology, specifically with users needing environmental control. Lyse has been the supplier of the smart home technology, and has also been responsible for the design and installation of all equipment.
Smart Patient RoomsLive TV and environmental control in patient beds.The project "Smart Patient Rooms" is a part of the innovation programme "Helse Stavanger 2.0", Stavanger University Hospital's strategic venture, designed to meet the current and future challenges of the healthcare system. Through the facilitation and implementation of patient-centered technology, the project wishes to give patients a greater degree of participation in their care. In addition, care resources can be used where they are needed the most.
Joint Development Project in Welfare TechnologyHow can one make living in one's own home simpler and safer?The project's objective is to make it simpler and safer to stay in one's own home for as long as possible, even in a situation where assisted care is necessary. Aging-in-Place (AIP) a key concern for the majority of users, and has become a metaphor for optimized healthcare services that make efficient use of resources, delay placement in institutions or hospitals. The entire project is structured around three real life narratives, penned by home nurses from the Randaberg and Stavanger municipalities, in which they described situations they often met as assisted care providers.
ArrowheadEurope's largest automation projectLyse is one of 78 partners in one of the most highly-profiled industrial development projects in the EU. With a budget of over half a billion kroner (68 million euro), the project aims to enable collaborative automation by networked embedded devices and to maximise adaptation between different systems. Interaction and communication between embedded systems and components are key concepts in this project. Lyse's participation in the project will contribute to greater energy efficiency and a greater competitive edge in the end markets of the future.
ERAC Big DataCloud services, Big Data and the analysis of large volumes of data - how will this impact our future?ERAC stands for Efficient and Robust Architecture for the Big Data Cloud .This research project has the key objectives of processing and exploiting huge volumes of data. The project is led by Simula, and supported by participation from the University of Stavanger and the University of Oslo. Oracle is the other key partner in this project.
CIPSI Centre at UiSCentre for IP-based Service Innovation is a new research centre at the University of Stavanger.Centre for IP-based Service Innovation is a new research centre at the University of Stavanger. Industry stakeholders such as Lyse and IBM are among the centre's key corporate supporters . The Centre aims to strengthen applied ICT research in Rogaland.