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NUS Institute of Systems Science

NICF- Humanizing Smart Systems

Oct 15—18, 2019
4 daysModules info
Singapore
SGD 3852 ≈USD 2777
SGD 963 per day
Jan 14—17, 2020
4 daysModules info
Singapore
SGD 3852 ≈USD 2777
SGD 963 per day
Apr 4—25, 2020
4 daysModules info
Singapore
SGD 3852 ≈USD 2777
SGD 963 per day

How it works

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Description

This 4-day programme is intended for anyone who wishes to gain specialised knowledge in human centric smart systems. This course will benefit those working in medical, manufacturing, defense and other industry types. Participants will gain in-depth knowledge as well as practical skills through projects and assessments that reinforce their learning and engage their newly acquired knowledge.

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Describe general principles and patterns for holistically building human-centric smart systems
  • Design human centric smart interfaces using front end IoT devices such as sensors, smart gloves, and other wearables
  • Build a human centric system using the front end IoT devices and open source Motion Analysis Software, like Kinovea and PhysMo, to sense and identify human activities
  • Integrate Artificial Intelligence (AI) models and human-centric interfaces such as AR/VR/gesture/voice into the human-centric smart system

Key Takeaways

Upon completion of the course, the participants will be able to:

  • Describe general principles and patterns for holistically building human-centric smart systems
  • Design human centric smart interfaces using front end IoT devices such as sensors, smart gloves, and other wearables
  • Build a human centric system using the front end IoT devices and open source Motion Analysis Software, like Kinovea and PhysMo, to sense and identify human activities
  • Integrate Artificial Intelligence (AI) models and human-centric interfaces such as AR/VR/gesture/voice into the human-centric smart system

What Will Be Covered

The Humanizing Smart Systems course will be a 4.0 days public short course comprising 4 modules and their respective workshops. Participants will gain important knowledge in designing humanizing smart interfaces and devices using front end IoT devices such as sensors, smart gloves, and other wearables and algorithms. These are not present in our competitors’ courses. There will be practical application of tools, knowledge, and project presentation, thus allowing attendees to develop the knowledge and skills required to develop humanizing smart systems for real world practical applications.

The outline teaching agenda is as follows:

Day 1: Human-centric systems design methodologies

  • Module 1
  • Workshop 1

Day 2: Human-centric IoT devices

  • Module 2
  • Workshop 2

Day 3: Human-Machine Interfacing

  • Module 3
  • Workshop 3

Day 4: AI models for Human Activity Recognition

  • Module 4
  •        Workshop 4
    
       Final Assessment
    

Who should attend

It is applicable for professionals engaged in the following areas:

  • Software Architects
  • Senior Software Engineers

Experts

Dr. Matthew Chua is currently a lecturer and principal investigator at the NUS Institute of System Science where he specializes in Medical & Cybernetics Systems. He is overseeing the research programme in Smart Healthcare , Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Robotics. He has won prestigious...
Lisa is with the Software Engineering and Design Practice, StackUp program for National University of Singapore, Institute of Systems Science (NUS-ISS). Lisa has multiple years of extensive experience in software product research and development at Microsoft Corporation (USA). Her background in...

Next dates

Oct 15—18, 2019
4 daysModules info
Singapore
SGD 3852 ≈USD 2777
SGD 963 per day
Jan 14—17, 2020
4 daysModules info
Singapore
SGD 3852 ≈USD 2777
SGD 963 per day
Apr 4—25, 2020
4 daysModules info
Singapore
SGD 3852 ≈USD 2777
SGD 963 per day

How it works

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