EU-IoT in collaboration with H2020 ICT-56 IoT projects is organising its second training workshops on IoT and the Tactile Internet titled: “Enabling the Tactile Internet with IoT”. The workshop will present IoT’s potential in enabling tactile internet applications that break time & space boundaries, leveraging on technologies like Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality. ASSIST-IoT partner, Piotr Dymarski (Mostostal) took place on the workshop. He also presented the “Use of Tactile Internet and Augmented Reality in the Construction Industry”. Read more “Use of Tactile Internet and Augmented Reality in the Construction Industry”
Carlos Guardiola from from Universitat Politecnica de Valencia (UPV) took part and presented in the NGIoT Thematic Workshop: Automotive Industries and Mobility that took place on June 15th virtually.
The transformation of the mobility sector is driven by electrification and automation, associated with connected services for telematics, infotainment and charging.
ASSIST-IoT and InGenious projects co-organise the 1st edition of Human Centric and Tactile IoT Workshop jointly held with IEEE GLOBECOM 2021, Madrid, Spain, December 7‐11, 2021. Call for Papers is now open! Submission deadline extended :
5 July 2021 15 July 2021 31 July 2021. Read more “ASSIST-IoT IEEE GLOBECOM Workshop – Call for Papers”
The ASSIST-IoT Workshop-Webinar “Towards Market Review” video is now available at ASSIST-IoT YouTube channel. The event took place online on 18th of January 2021 and gave a brief overview of ASSIST-IoT project and also introduced its audience to the current market report-strategy and the next steps. It lasted an hour and all its sessions were recorded. Read more “ASSIST-IoT Workshop-Webinar Video”
ASSIST-IoT project and its partners invite you to the online Webinar-Workshop “Towards Market Review” on Monday 18 January 2021 at 10:00-11:00 CET. This online workshop is organized within the framework of ASSIST-IoT WP3 “Requirements, Specifications and Architecture”. Read more “ASSIST-IoT online Workshop-Webinar”