The latest NGIoT newsletter #7 is now available. You may access it and learn all about the latest news, event and activities around IoT community and research projects in Europe. The Next Generation Internet of Things (NGIoT) initiative is a growing community of projects and related initiatives at work to maximise the power of IoT made in Europe.
ASSIST-IoT Technical reports #2, #3 are now available in NGIoT news section. You may access them and learn about Open Source Platform for Federated Learning and Tactile Internet. You may find them here: https://www.ngiot.eu/open-source-platform-for-federated-learning-and-tactile-internet-new-reports-from-assist-iot/ Technical reports by the ASSIST IoT project are now published, Open Source Platform for Federated Learning and Tactile Internet.
The Next Generation Internet of Things (NGIoT) initiative is a growing community of projects and related initiatives at work to maximise the power of IoT made in Europe. NGIoT works to lower the barrier for adoption and development of IoT-empowered solutions, by supporting business models, innovation and skills. In a “network of network” ecosystem, NGIoT consists of ongoing projects and upcoming funding opportunities at work for a human-centric and sustainable digital transition. Read more “NGIoT upcoming events”
The European Technology Platform ALICE is set-up to develop a comprehensive strategy for research, innovation and market deployment of logistics and supply chain management innovation in Europe. The platform will support and assist and advise the European Commission into the implementation of the EU Program for research: Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe in the area of Logistics.
Read more “ASSIST-IoT project is now member of ALICE ETP alliance!”
Last day to register in the Next Generation Internet of Things – NGIoT and Edge Computing strategy forum. The Next-Generation IoT and Edge Computing Strategy Forum is a strategic webinar hosted by the European Commission. Read more “Next-Generation IoT and Edge Computing Strategy Forum “