Ismo Hakala, professor

Head of Information Technology Unit

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    The aim is to develop an approach for transferring the results of R&D projects into training materials to support continuous learning.
    The project seeks solutions to help companies and educational organizations to meet the rapidly changing needs of the business community
  • ICT recruitment survey
    AKKE-funded project on ICT recruitment issues
  • LIoT
    Bring focus to the emerging opportunities of the Internet of Things to the Central Ostrobothnia area businesses
  • LoRE
    Using digitalization for more cost and energy efficient concept for environmental monitoring
    The aim of the project is to demonstrate, pilot and study intelligent, scalable (wireless), air quality and noise measuring system
  • SmartCampus
    Virtual and intelligent education solution in which physical and virtual campuses are integrated into a functional whole
  • SmartHome4E
    The project's main objective is to gain productivity benefits by enabling new working methods in social and health care services by using novel IoT technology
  • TEHO
    Information through technology to support carers at home
  • WinIT
    Aiming to increase the attractiveness of the higher education in ICT from a women's perspective
  • Data-driven efficiency, productivity and competitiveness
    The project focuses on applying the basic elements of cyber-physical systems, IoT technologies and sensor network solutions, as well as artificial intelligence, to the needs of business life, to develop data-based solutions that enhance innovative functions that enable higher productivity and increase competitiveness.
  • HATTU - Hankkeesta tuotteeksi
    The HATTU project is developing an approach to take the results of digital RDI projects further into commercialisation.
  • Industrial Big Data
    Industrial Big Data is a project funded by the Kokkola Ecosystem Agreement
  • Quality for distance learning
    The project will develop areas for improvement identified in educational environments. These include interactive teaching and the implementation of skills-building exercises using authentic materials. In addition, the learning data collected in a virtual environment can be used much more effectively by further processing the data for different needs.
  • Smart and sustainable living
    The aim of the project is to develop solutions and smart technologies enabled by digitalisation in the design, construction and commissioning phases of housing construction. The project is implemented by the Central Ostrobothnia Education Group and the Centria University of Applied Sciences Ltd. and the University of Jyväskylä/Kokkola University Consortium Chydenius as sub-projects.