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6th ASSIST-IoT Plenary Meeting ASSIST-IoT

6th Face to Face to Face Plenary Meeting

The 6th Face to Face Plenary meeting took place on the 26th & 27th of April, in CERTH’s premises in Thessaloniki. In this plenary meeting partners discussed about the final period of the project. Details about the pilots and the current status of the work packages were also discussed. In this meeting a separate parallel room with technical orientations was included in the agenda. Also, members of the consortium had fruitful discussions with the Advisory Board members which participated in the meeting both physically and virtually.

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NGIOT Sustainability Workshop – Use Cases” workshop 2nd Presentation

ASSIST-IoT project participated at Next Generation Internet of Things – NGIoT“NGIOT Sustainability Workshop – Use Cases” workshop on 22nd of February! ASSIST- IoT was represented on 2 different slots. On the second one, Carlos Guardiola presented “Tackling reusability plans for components developed for automotive diagnostics pilot”.


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“II Workshop of the ASSIST-IoT approach to NGIoT architecture…

ASSIST-IoT ASSIST-IoT is an EU funded research project aiming to design, implement and validate a   multi-plane (semi-)autonomous edge-cloud reference architecture, to assist human-centric applications in multiple sectors. This architecture consists of horizontal planes, which include device, network, data and application-related functionalities to support Next-Generation IoT (NGIoT) paradigm, and vertical ones, which address all-encompassing concerns, properties and transversal functionalities such as security,  interoperability or manageability, among others.
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Open Call winners ASSIST-IoT

“IoT-empowered road anomalies detection in real-time” by Open…

Open Call winnersOpen Call Winner, project RAZOR by, completed their task and has provided a detailed report.

Statistics show that many road accidents are caused directly by poor road conditions and by the drivers’ reaction to incidents and hazards resulted by improper road design or construction. In addition, road network infrastructure, from local roads to larger arterials and interstates, require significant financial investment for maintenance. Typically, this incurs costs of several thousands of euros per km, depending on the road type.

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