- eWeekNews, Thursday, February 18, 2016 9:05 AM
Google wants to work with university researchers on short-term projects involving the use of its software and technologies in emerging Internet of things applications. The company this week
announced an Internet of Things (IoT) Technology Research Award Pilot program under which it is seeking applications from academic researchers looking to explore "interesting use cases and innovative
user interfaces" with Google. Google's chief Internet evangelist Vint Cerf and Max Senges of Google Research this week described the pilot program as mostly involving small-scale
projects of between four and eight weeks in duration. Participants will be required to use one or a combination of Google IoT technologies in proposing ideas on which to work.
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