Dr. Gerd Kortuem is Professor of Internet of Things at the Design Engineering department, faculty of Industrial Design Engineering at Delft University of Technology. He also holds an associate professorship at The Open University in the UK, where he was deputy-director of the Milton Keynes smart city project MK:Smart between 2013-2016. His research focuses on the Internet of Things, Smart Cities, Human Computer Interaction and Data Science and explores the design of connected products and services for a sustainable future. In 2002 he completed his PhD in the field of wearable computing and has since then investigated technologies for smart workplaces, public transport, domestic micro-grids, and community energy with companies such as BP, BT, E.On, and Tech Mahindra.

Project

BRIDE - A Smart Bridge

Responsible Urban Digitization

An interactive bridge that is equipped with sensory technology will help understand Amsterdam’s “cityness” better. Citizens can make the bridge their own and answer this big philosophical question by collecting data about activity, place and time.

Project

BRIDE - A Smart Bridge

Responsible Urban Digitization

An interactive bridge that is equipped with sensory technology will help understand Amsterdam’s “cityness” better. Citizens can make the bridge their own and answer this big philosophical question by collecting data about activity, place and time.

Project

BRIDE - A Smart Bridge

Responsible Urban Digitization

An interactive bridge that is equipped with sensory technology will help understand Amsterdam’s “cityness” better. Citizens can make the bridge their own and answer this big philosophical question by collecting data about activity, place and time.