Research Objective

The core objective of the People Behaviour and Technology Integration Team at Nimbus is creating end-to-end solutions in the Cyber Physical Systems space. Building on our cloud-based IoT processing environment, in conjunction with our multi-platform front-end user engagement tools, we are developing algorithms based on thorough modelling of people’s behaviour and their interaction with the environment. The main focus is on how all these components can be integrated into an overall system design, and how this integration can be leveraged to facilitate novel applications, for instance, in the energy or smart city management space.

Through directly using people’s access and capabilities within their environment and connecting these with IoT deployments integrated into an overall cloud based platform, we are able to permeate many previously inaccessible domains and build holistic solutions utilising all available resources.


Lymberopoulos D. et al., Klepal M., A Realistic Evaluation and Comparison of Indoor Location, Technologies: Experiences and Lessons Learned, IPSN 2015

Klepal M, Beder C, MapUme – WiFi Based Localization System, IPSN 2014

Beder C., Klepal M., WiFi localisation of non-cooperative devices, IPIN 2013

Beder C., Klepal M., Fingerprinting Based Localisation Revisited, a rigorous approach for comparing RSSI measurements coping with missed access points and differing antenna attenuations, IPIN 2012

McGibney A., Beder C., Klepal M., MapUme: Smartphone Localisation as a Service a cloud based architecture for providing indoor localisation services, IPIN 2012

Klepal M., Beder C., Security systems with seamless authentication based on smart phones and surveillance cameras, 6th Future Security 2011

Beder C., Klepal M., Predicting the expected accuracy for fingerprinting based Wi‑Fi localization systems, IPIN 2011

Beder C., Klepal M., Fusing location data from multiple sensors: A benchmarking and calibration approach, PoCA 2011


(Klepal et al.)

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