At the UbiLab you can find state-of-the-art technology for supporting the design, prototyping, and evaluation of wearables, Internet of Things (IoT) sensors, mHealth, and eHealth tools.
The UbiLab is being equipped to perform high-quality design of state-of-the-art medical and wellness technology. Our facilities will be equipped with design tools, prototyping tools, and evaluation tools as:
- iPad Pro, for quick prototyping and sketching.
- Mac Mini, for performing high-fidelity design of our innovations.
- Surface Studio, for quickly iterating on design ideas.
- Usability Testing Lab, for supporting the design of mHealth, eHealth, and wearable technology under development.
Exploring design capabilities and delivering quick and high-quality iterations of our design is one of the pillars at the UbiLab. The software and hardware design at the UbiLab are developed using the following tools:
- Sketch, a powerful design tool built for Mac that can deliver high fidelity prototypes of mHealth and eHealth tools.
- InVision, a prototyping and user-testing tool that enables visual static designs to be assembled into clickable prototypes.
- Sketchbook, a software from Autodesk for sketching, industrial design, and concept design.
- Adobe Illustrator, a powerful vector-based design tool that enables the UbiLab to deliver high fidelity prototypes.
Projects requiring modelling and big data analytics are developed using the following tools:
- IBM SPSS and SAS, for statistical analysis for larger datasets.
- Matlab, for data processing and manipulation.