In the Cloud Software Program ICT SHOK, we are responsible for cloud security Co P.In the II City project, we collaborated with the University of Lapland and Sonic Studio from Piteå, Sweden, and in the Pervasive Service Computing project with Shanghai Jiao Tong University from China.Also a laser scanner profile is used for matching with prior knowledge of the corridor shape profile.

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Our strategic research themes, whereby we aim to conduct world class basic research, are: 1) Safety and security on all levels of intelligent systems, 2) Data mining, with a special focus on optimization of industrial processes and well-being, 3) Human-environment interaction with a special focus on novel physical user interfaces, robot-environment and human-robot interaction, 4) Mobile robotics and cybernetics, with a special focus on spatial computing, adaptation, and field robotics, and 5) Sensor networks, with a special focus on understanding behaviour and patterns in our everyday environment.

We have conducted basic research related to these research themes for over ten years.

The main scientific objective of the basic research conducted in the Intelligent Systems Group is to generate new, applicable knowledge on intelligent systems, and to generate positive societal impacts by applying this knowledge using scientifically plausible methods and state-of-the-art technology.

We conduct research on spatial computing, collective intelligence, sensor networks, optimization of industrial processes, mobile robotics and cybernetics, human-computer interaction (HCI), human-robot interaction (HRI), computer networks, and security in complex information processing systems.

In addition, several joint projects are funded by the Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation (Tekes) and industry.

We were a research partner in the Data to Intelligence (D2I), Internet of Things (Io T) and Cloud Software ICT SHOKs.A workshop on Human Activity Sensing Corpus and Its Application (HASCA2013) was also organized by Susanna Pirttikangas in conjunction with Ubicomp’13. Jukka Riekki gave an invited talk at the National E-learning Conference in Helsinki.Several doctoral students continued their research visits during 2013 as well: Teemu Leppänen completed a one-year research visit to the Institute of Industrial Science, at the University of Tokyo, Japan, and Mikko Polojärvi visited Hokkaido University in Japan.This improves the planner so it is able to find a proper route, even when one of the algorithms might fail, or some parameters are not suitable for the current situation.Further the parameters of each algorithm are tuned online, using genetic algorithms to be able to adapt to new conditions.Our team consists of two professors, seven post-doctoral researchers and 24 doctoral students.