The FIWARE Global Summit unites developers, entrepreneurs, political decision makers, thought leaders, business executives and investors to exchange views and developments on how smart IoT and Open Data solutions can be implemented in the areas of Smart Cities, Industry 4.0 and Agriculture.
The 2nd Internet of Things platforms and standardisation workshop co-hosted by the European Commission and the Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation (AIOTI) took place at the European Commission premises in Brussels. The workshop encouraged the participation of numerous stakeholders in the IoT scene involved in Large-scale Pilots, existing PPPs, on-going initiatives for IoT, etc.
ENSO newsletters are the periodical newsletters of the ENSO project, ENSO is an ECSEL project, VICINITY and ENSO project are collaborating. A piece of news about VICINITY has been included in the issue n3 of VICINITY, the piece of new is entitled “It’s better together” and it is about the collaboration established between the two projects VICINITY and ENSO
Madrid hosted for the third consecutive year the IoT Forum event, held at the Capitol Cinema. Approximately 300 professionals of the sector gathered in this edition, in which 17 organizations also shared their experiences and presented their products and services. In May, the fourth edition of this meeting will be launched, which, year after year, aims to place Spain at the heart of the European and international IoT market. Matooma, HPE, IoT Projects, Atos, Advantech, Intersystems and Matrix were some of the participants of this edition.
The “Hannover Messe” is one of the largest trade fairs in the world. It is held on the Hanover Fairground in Hanover, Germany. Typically, there are about 6,500 exhibitors and 250,000 visitors.
SC27 has the responsibility for development of standards for the protection of information and ICT. This includes generic methods, techniques and guidelines to address both security and privacy aspects, such as:
Modern energy systems combine information technology with electrical and thermal infrastructure. They also interact with other systems like markets and are subject to many regulations. Existing modeling and simulation tools are not capable to cover such systems in all of their aspects, hence new languages, methods and tools are necessary.
The main scope of the event was to inform the participating audience on the latest IoT development and trends, to bring expertise by renowned speakers coming from different sectors (i.e. government, municipalities, regions, industry, academia) and to trigger the brainstorming and relevant discussions on how to face the challenges of our times and achieve higher quality of life in the cities, economic development, reduction of current functional costs, job creation and sustainability via a so called “Smart Urban Development”.
A workshop and exhibition to present the 19 use cases of the funded project.
The event reached all relevant stakeholders in the IoT domain interested in Food and Farming. The event was organised by University Almeria.
The 1st ITU Workshop on Data Processing and Management for IoT and Smart Cities & Communities” was co-hosted by the European Commission and Open & Agile Smart Cities (OASC). The Workshop took place at the European Commission in Brussels. It encouraged wide participation from those involved in smart cities and data management to provide a suitable forum for collaboration. This one day event was followed by the third UN/ITU-T Focus Group on Data Processing and Management (FG-DPM) with approximately 40 participants.