Category: Techincal Report

AIOT

AIOTI Technical Report

AIOTI “Report Computing Continuum Scenarios, Requirements and Optical Communication enablers” Technical Report. This report introduces Computing Continuum use cases, requirements and KPIs on communication infrastructures, IoT and edge computing platforms. Compared to many current activities the computing continuum enable a more flexible allocation of compute and communication resources and workload placement. Read more “AIOTI Technical Report”

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AIOTI “Report High Priority Edge Computing Standardisation Gaps and…

AIOTI “Report High Priority Edge Computing Standardisation Gaps and Relevant SDOs” Technical Report This report introduces an approach for the definition and identification of key edge computing and/or combination of IoT/IIoT, edge computing and cloud computing gaps in several initiatives. Based on the prioritisation of these gaps, the deliverable starts to address the work done within the relevant SDOs that need to cooperate in order to solve these gaps. Read more “AIOTI “Report High Priority Edge Computing Standardisation Gaps and Relevant SDOs””

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ASSIST-IoT Technical Report #8

ASSIST-IoT Technical Report #8, entitled “ASSIST-IoT: A Reference Architecture for Next Generation Internet of Things”, by ASSIST-IoT partners Alejandro Fornés-Leal, Ignacio Lacalle, Carlos E. Palau, Paweł Szmeja and Maria Ganzha, has been published at ASSIST-IoT website. This report has been also submitted as paper to EuCNC 2022, Grenoble, France (7-10 June 2022). Acceptance results expected early April.

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ASSIST-IoT Technical Report 7

ASSIST-IoT Technical Report #7, entitled “Exploiting Mixed Reality in a Next-Generation IoT ecosystem of a construction site”, by: ASSIST-IoT partners Tina Katika, Fotios K. Konstantinidis, Thomas Papaioannou, Aris Dadoukis, Spyridon Nektarios Bolierakis, Georgios Tsimiklis, Angelos Amditis, has been published and is available at https://assist-iot.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/ASSIST-IoT-Technical-Report-7-Exploiting-MR-in-a-Next-Generation-IoT-ecosystem-of-a-construction-site.pdf

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Technical Report #6

ASSIST-IoT Technical Report #6, entitled “From OBD to Connected Diagnostics: A Game Changer at Fleet, Vehicle and Component Level.”, by: ASIST-IoT partners C Guardiola, C Vigild, F de Smet and K Schusteritz has been published.    Early on-board diagnostics (OBD) standards were enforced in 1988 and, by the beginning of the XXI century, all major automotive markets require some sort of OBD. Over the years, the diagnostics software layer has grown in complexity, yet robust fault detection remains a challenging task: insufficient memory and computation power, suboptimal calibration, and the lack of sufficient real-life operation data for model development are some of the limiting factors. Read more “Technical Report #6”

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Technical Report #5

Technical Report #5 entitled: “DevSecOps Methodology for NG-IoT Ecosystem Development Lifecycle – ASSIST-IoT perspective” by ASSIST-IoT partners: Óscar López, Jordi Blasi, Mikel Uriarte, Ignacio Lacalle, Gonzalo Galiana, Carlos E. Palau, Eduardo Garro, Maria Ganzha, Marcin Paprzycki, Piotr Lewandowski, Katarzyna Wasielewska, Konstantinos Votis, Georgios Stavropoulos, Iordanis Papoutsoglou, Read more “Technical Report #5”

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ASSIST-IoT Technical reports in NGIoT news

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.

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ASSIST-IoT Technical Report 4

Technical Report #4 entitled: “Implementing autonomic Internet of Things ecosystems – practical considerations”by ASSIST-IoT partners: Kumar Nalinaksh, Piotr Lewandowski, Maria Ganzha, Marcin Paprzycki, Wiesław Pawłowski, and Katarzyna Wasielewska-Michniewska has been published. Development of next generation Internet of Things ecosystems will require bringing in (semi-)autonomic behaviors. Read more “ASSIST-IoT Technical Report 4”