TIPPERS (Testbed for IoT-based Privacy-Preserving PERvasive Spaces) is a project being developed by a team from the University of California, Irvine (UCI) in collaboration with Honeywell. Our goal is to create a robust experimental testbed for real-world deployment, testing, and evaluation of a variety of privacy technologies in Internet of Things scenarios.
TIPPERS is part of the Brandeis DARPA program which seeks to develop the technical means to protect the private and proprietary information of individuals and enterprises.
T-Panel is a demonstration system from which users can get useful information about sensing sub-systems in TIPPERS. Sensing sub-systems are the fundamental parts for TIPPERS. The data about people and space are collected by these sub-systems and sent to TIPPERS for further analysis. T-Panel helps researcher and developer understand the sensing systems by introducing each sensing sub-system in detail.
You can find out more here
You can try the private T-Panel demo here
Concierge is a smart building assistant that helps visitors and residents in answering questions like "Where is professor Sharad?","Where are the restrooms", "Where is the CS seminar taking place?". In addition to these functionalities, Concierge also lets users to take control over which information would be visible to others. Some of the interesting features of Concierge are as follows:
You can download the APK for Concierge here
Portal is a smart dashboard for users and building administrators to monitor energy usage and presence information in the building spaces.
You can try the T-Board demo
Tippers PC collects PC status data such as usage of memory, cpu, and idleness. Once a user turns on tracking feature, it will show your status as ONLINE (<30s), IDLE(30s~300s), and AWAY(>300s). Any mouse or keyboard activity will clear the time counter. Memory and CPU usage will be displayed out of 100%.
Noodle is an application that lets you book events and resources. You can use Noodle to stream videos of your meetings live or watch the meeting minutes later.
You can use NOODLE
You can read all the publications and presentations from here.