ASSIST-IoT online article has been released on the PEROSH website (Partnership for European Research in Occupational Safety and Health) providing core information about ASSIST-IoT project, an informative overview, its objectives, its partners-consortium and specific pilots in which CIOP-PIB partner participates and contributes. Read more “ASSIST-IoT online article at PEROSH”
To meet its main goals, ASSIST-IoT will focus on the following Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Timely (S.M.A.R.T.) objectives, along with related Key Validation Indicators (KVIs), showing different validation measures regarding objectives completion. Read more “ASSIST-IoT OBJECTIVES”
ASSIST-IoT project and its partners invite you to the online Webinar-Workshop “Towards Market Review” on Monday 18 January 2021 at 10:00-11:00 CET. This online workshop is organized within the framework of ASSIST-IoT WP3 “Requirements, Specifications and Architecture”. Read more “ASSIST-IoT online Workshop-Webinar”
Τhe first ASSIST-IoT online article is a fact! The article entitled “Paving new ways for next-gen IoT” has been published online at Bits&Chips website and among others it provides an overview about the ASSIST-IoT project, its Pilots and the IoT interoperability in general.
ASSIST-IoT partner Marcin Paprzycki from IBSPAN presented ASSIST-IoT project in the 5th IEEE International Conference on Recent Advances and Innovations in Engineering on the 1st of December 2020. The presentation provided an overview of ASSIST-IoT and the NGIoT ecosystems.
If you want to learn more about our research outputs and projects activities you can visit ASSIST-IoT deliverables page. ASSIST-IoT deliverables are listed on this page while all public (PU) deliverables will be also available for downloading. Our first deliverables, are going to be published soon! Read more “ASSIST-IoT Deliverables”
The ASSIST-IoT consortium is consisted of 15 partners from all over Europe representing 7 countries, clustering a well balanced mixture of stakeholders. Consortium combines expertise required to create, evaluate and promote innovative, transferable and sustainable results. Read more “The ASSIST-IoT Consortium”