Mohawk’s Sensor Systems and Internet of Things (IoT) Lab helps Canadian companies become more effective in their adoption of IoT for industrial use (IIoT). The research team supports the adoption of IIoT technologies through the development of proof-of-concept and prototype systems in collaboration with industrial partners.
The lab was established by Mohawk’s Industrial Research Chair for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Applications, with the support of industry partners such as CareGo, TruckSail, Merq, Brigade Electronics Inc, IBM, MTech Hub, IoT Foundry and Siemens Canada.
The research team works collaboratively with the Energy & Power Innovation Centre (EPIC), the Centre for Climate Change Management, the Cyber Lab, the Additive Manufacturing Innovation Centre (AMIC), and the mHealth & eHealth Development and Innovation Centre (MEDIC).
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Labs & Equipment
Our facilities include a wide range of Industry 4.0 technologies.
Schuyler Farms Ltd.
The owners of Schuyler Farms were interested in exploring if IoT could limit the spread of fungal disease at their apple farm. They asked the research team at the Sensor Systems and Internet of Things (IoT) Lab to help them adopt sensor technology at the farm.Read more about Schuyler Farms
Truck Sail Inc.
Truck Sail is a Hamilton-based manufacturer of aerodynamic devices for transport trailers and straight trucks. The company asked the research team at the Sensor Systems and Internet of Things (IoT) Lab to develop a prototype for an innovative safety sensor system.Read more about Truck Sail
Handling Speciality asked Mohawk College to explore if the installation of monitoring sensors on its heavy equipment could effectively predict maintenance issues.Read more about Handling Specialty
IRIS asked Mohawk researchers to design a prototype of a mobile platform that would monitor road conditions using a smartphone.
Read more about IRIS
Dr. Esteve Hassan, Industrial Applied Research Chair in Interoperability Sensor Systems for IIoT Applications
Esteve Hassan, PhD, PEng, has 10 years of applied research experience in the design, development, and implementation of wireless sensor devices and smart embedded real-time systems. Dr. Hassan holds Master of Science (MSc), Master of Engineering (MEng) in Electronic and Computer Engineering and Ph.D. in Biomedical Electronic Engineering. As the Industrial Applied Research Chair in Interoperability Sensor Systems for IIoT Applications, he contributes to the development of sustainable IIoT technologies, from platform development to deployment in fields such as transportation and automotive, energy and smart cities, advanced manufacturing, healthcare and wearable devices.
esteve.hassan [at] mohawkcollege.ca (Contact Dr. Hassan)