Technology for Pervasive Computing
The TECO research group was founded in 1993 at the University of Karlsruhe (now KIT – Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) for R&D in applied telematics in close collaboration with the industry.
28 MayCheck out the new video of our latest TECO spin-off @heliopasai
14 MayEntomologists observe a worldwide decline of pollinating insects. To assist with a tool to track individual bumble bees when they return to their hive, TECO and ITIV collaborate with https://t.co/HConwcX28g to realize visual bumble bee re-identification.
Ubiquitous Computing is the cornerstone of work and competence, with Mobile Computing, HCI, Sensor/Actor Networks (especially Cyber Physical Systems (CPS), Distributed Collaborative Systems (especially Internet of Things, IoT)), Sensor Big Data Analytics, and Context-Sensitive Systems as current research foci.
We are heading Germany’s Big Data Centre, the Smart Data Innovation Lab (SDIL) and co-heading Baden-Württembergs Smart Data Solution Center (SDSC).
TECO distinguishes itself in being close to industry both with respect to its funding model and its participation in “real-world projects” with a range of partners in the software and hardware industries and companies that apply pervasive computing technology (e.g. in the context of Industry 4.0).
Many of our projects results, software and documentation are Open Source and can be found at GitHub.
Bachelor/Master theses and HiWi job postings
We are looking for highly motivated students who strive to contribute with their own ideas. If you are passionate to work with internationally renowned scientists and the latest technology both on your own responsibility and in teams, you can visit our job postings for student assistants.