The GWEN is a modular gateway, provided by Neways, to enable multiple communication techniques by means of module boards or USB dongles. Because of its modular design, modules can be swapped and specs can be adjusted according to needs, this way the GWEN can be tailored to fit practically any situation/requirement of ASSISt-IoT pilots.
The 5th ASSIST-IoT GA meeting and the second face-to-face meeting took place on October 2022, in CIOP-PIB’s premises in Warsaw. The meeting lasted for three days (19th -21st October) and was held in two parallel tracks, focusing the discussion on several technical activities/tasks and on more general aspects such as impact, Open Calls, and pilots’ status. Partners also had the chance to visit a construction site in Lodz and see details about the implementation phase.
AIOTI White Paper. This document provides an analysis on the integration of IoT and edge computing in data spaces. It explains the context, defines data spaces, enumerates the challenges of data spaces, as well as the positioning of data spaces in the AIOTI high-level architecture (HLA). Read more ““Guidance for the Integration of IoT and Edge Computing in Data Spaces” Report”
Dr. Paweł Szmeja (SRIPAS) presented the paper entitled
“ASSIST-IoT: A Reference Architecture for Next Generation Internet of
Things” on the SOMET 2022 conference in Kitakyushu, Japan.
The SOMET conference highlights and reflects the state-of-art and new trends on software methodologies, tools, and techniques.
Ignacio Lacalle Úbeda (Universitat Politècnica de València UPV) presented on February 7th in the ASSIST-IoT Open Call Workshop all the details about our funding opportunity. Briefly he presented the pilots of the ASSIST-IoT, the objectives and the eligibility criteria of the ASSIST-IoT 1st Open Call Special thanks to the Next Generation Internet of Things – NGIoT for making it happen and to all the participants. Read more “ASSIST-IoT Open Call Workshop Presentation”
ASSIST-IoT partner Iordanis Papoutsoglou (CERTH) took place in the NGIoT Training: “Decentralizing IoT Intelligence using Distributed Ledger Technologies” and presented the “DLT-enabled security for IoT infrastructures” on 7th of February. He shared some useful details about the ASSIST-IoT architecture and the open call.
European Big Data Value Forum 2021
ASSIST -IoT partner Ignacio Lacalle Úbeda (UPV), took part and presented ASSIST-IoT scope and open call in the Edge Computing – the convergence point in the human-cloud continuum framework” session of European Big Data Value Forum 2021. The event took place on December 1st.
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, published an article entitled “DevSecOps Methodology for NG-IoT Ecosystem Development Lifecycle – ASSIST-IoT perspective”, at Journal of Computer Science and Cybernetics, 37(3):321-33, September 2021.
Carlos Guardiola (Universitat Politècnica de València UPV) presented the ASSIST-IoT paper “From OBD to Connected Diagnostics: A Game Changer at Fleet, Vehicle and Component Level” at 6th IFAC Conference on Engine and Powertrain Control, Simulation and Modeling (E-COSM 2021), August 23-25, 2021, which took place in Tokyo, Japan. Read more “From OBD to Connected Diagnostics presentation”
ASSIST-IoT partner Piotr Lewandowski (SRIPAS) presented remotely the paper “Implementing autonomic Internet of Things ecosystems – practical considerations”, on Friday 17th September 2021, at the 16th International Conference on Parallel Computing Technologies (PaCT-2021), Kaliningrad, Russia. The Institute of Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Geophysics (Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, Russia), Read more “Ιmplementing autonomic Internet of Things ecosystems – practical consideration”