Published last week on Deakin’s Disruptr online platform the MIND Lab’s research into intelligent sensing surfaces and ambient intelligence was highlighted.

We’ve become somewhat familiar with voice assisted devices turning lights on or motion activated security cameras, but the MInD Lab has been researching completely intelligent surfaces.

Emerging carbon alloy technology, known as Graphene, presents many opportunities yet to be tested and trailed in the built environment. Professor Professor Tuba Kocaturk, Director of the MInD lab, says that the potential for this technology is enormous. It’s particularly exciting because it hasn’t yet been used in the building sector.

The article explores potential use cases of the technology, including public transport, art galleries, health and safety and in the field of aged care.

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