IOT technologies are expanding rapidly. Objects are always connected to the network, thinking machines able to offer a valid support to man’s daily life. In the complex world of cultural heritage, there are certainly several objects that would benefit from the conversion to ” smart objects” by enhancing their functions.
Analysing the complex phenomenon of IoT, it is possible to extrapolate some key examples of smart objects in everyday life, whereby it is important to understand their operating principles and monitor their use.
|Creator||Federica Fiorio, Francesco Fieni, Nicola Parisi|
|Pedagogical Approach||Explorative approach|
|Competencies||Scientific investigation, IT competencies, Data Collection, Conversion and Analysis.|
|Link to the worksheet||English: https://docs.google.com/document/d/13_2T5rN9xRf7rr_O5ZtGp10wceqOz4h-huWulcJpYe4/edit?usp=sharing|