Senselet Program launched at Universities Holonyak Micro & Nanotechnology Lab.
Clean rooms will be outfitted with state of the art IOT sensors providing real-time mission-critical data for staff on humidity and temperature readings.
Senselet collects real-time temperature and humidity readings from clean rooms and provides access to that data/metadata via modern intuitive interfaces. Real-time reporting of the data can provide researches logs of analytics useful for troubleshooting/discovery.
What problems Senselet attempts to address:
For researchers, important information towards correct scientific experimentation includes the sensory data around the instruments when experiments are conducted. For example, the ability to capture and control laboratory environmental sensory information such as temperature, humidity, vibration is crucial for nanofabrication. In some laboratories, we have few stand-alone sensors to collect humidity data. However, it is very time-consuming to manually collect and correlate those parameters with our fabrication process.