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Using digital technology to gain insights into our complex built and natural environment.

The Connected Environments research at Bartlett CASA focuses on three core research vectors;

  • cognitive computing at the edge – Artificial Intelligence on resource constrained internet of things devices;
  • extra sensory computing – novel methods for capturing data and humans receiving it; and
  • spatial reasoning systems – how we can augment / improve our world models through inclusion of real time data and people.


Our new MSc programme developed with industry builds on the need for a set of skills in programming, data capture, visualization, and prototyping with stakeholders to support the analysis of complex systems. Our unique kinaesthetic approach means that our research and teaching are delivered within a living lab environment. We believe in learning through doing and have a focus on building and deploying physical prototypes to develop the transferable skill set which is employable in the emerging market place of the Internet of Things, Smart Cities, Future Living and Data Science.



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