I’m responsible for the architecture and development of a system that should consistently receive and store data from the approximately 2000 sensors located in the HSB Living Lab. The system should also provide the data in a user-friendly way to the researchers subsequently as well as in real-time.
Since the aim is that this system will be storing sensor data for about ten years, it’s developed in a way that enables future development and invites to further research within big data handling and data analysis.
HSB Living Lab is a research and collaboration project between Chalmers, Johanneberg Science Park, and HSB, together with some associated partners. As well as providing residential accommodation, the building will serve as a laboratory for the researchers − a living laboratory.
- Storage of big data
- Encryption of sensitive personal data
- A REST API to provide big data to researchers in a user-friendly way
- A real time REST API
- Programming – from server configurations to front-end