While the technologies for SPAs exist, fundamental questions remain, including: 1) what is the best hardware mix, given a SPA's processing needs and physical environment, 2) what is the corresponding software architecture, and 3) how to assess the effectiveness of a SPA in achieving the desired outcomes-more sales, better health, etc. To explore these issues, we need a research infrastructure consisting of : 1) an IoT edge computing platform to explore different IoT devices, frameworks, and workloads, 2) a cloud computing infrastructure for our processing needs and our research on cloud computing, and 3) a user experience lab to explore new interaction metaphors and to evaluate the SPAs

Chercheur principal

Kim Lavoie et Hafedh Mili (UQAM)


Daniel Lemire; Wessam Ajib (UQAM); Simon Bacon (Concordia); Mounir Boukadoum (UQAM); Ghizlane El Boussaidi (ÉTS); Halima Elbiaze (UQAM); Yann-Gaël Guéhéneuc (Concordia) et Naouel Moha (UQAM)

Organisme subventionnaire

FCI (Fondation Canadienne pour l'Innovation)


Fonds d'innovation 2020

Secteur de recherche

Systèmes intelligents, sciences et technologies de l'information


2020 - 2025

Montant accordé

722 423,00 $