Professor Carlos Enrique Palau, Ignacio Lacalle and Katarzyna Wasielewska-Michniewska represented our project at the Concertation and Consultation Meeting of EUCloudEdgeIoT in Brussels! The meeting took place on 10th & 11th of May 2023.
The latest issue of the NGIoT Newsflash is now available! In this issue you may find all the latest details on the NGIoT related projects. You may also find information about the last NGIoT event and all the recently published papers.
EU-IoT has been a vital accelerator for the European IoT ecosystem, supporting the development of synergies, fostering strategic coordination among Next Generation Internet of Things (NGIoT) projects and related initiatives, and promoting the adoption of IoT solutions. As the project comes to a close in March 2023, this event provides an opportunity to reflect on the achievements and lessons learned and explore the future of IoT in Europe.
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”.
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. Read more ““II Workshop of the ASSIST-IoT approach to NGIoT architecture design and implementation” at IoT Week 20″→
Open Call Winner, project RAZOR by insigh.io, 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.
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 first one, Piotr Sowinski presented insights on the Smart Safety of Workers pilot.
ASSIST-IoT partners organized a code camp at Bilbao the previous week (17-19 January)! In this code camp, the developers of the project had the chance to get involved in technical activities and upcoming actions.