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The internet is expected to ultimately interconnect billions of people and trillions of devices. Over recent years, ‘web-of-objects’ and ‘internet-of-things’ initiatives have emerged, primarily aimed at machine-to-machine or device-to-device interactions using standard communications protocols. As yet, their rate of...

Environmental, economic and sustainability challenges of continuously increasing energy consumption are present all over the world. Meeting the challenges requires crossindustry cooperation and the means for consumers to influence their energy consumption in terms of the quantity and type of energy consumed. The seas...

Modern vehicles are like four-wheeled computers for which maintenance requires computer skills rather than use of hammers, screwdrivers and spanners. The vehicles are aware of not only their operational state but also their surroundings through sensors, radars and global positioning (gps) capabilities. The newest...

Spdmd strives to measure, analyse and improve the energy consumption in data centres, targeting a 6% reduction. A smart electronics system will be developed to collect key energy indicators (active-reactive power, total harmonic distortion and environmental conditions using sensors to measure temperature, humidity,...

Sr4sr is developing a cross-cutting system based on smart electronics to apply to biotechnological downstream processes. It will consist of a multi-functional robotic device equipped with sensors to actuate a wide range of biotechnological process.

Is4se is developing industrial sensors and the relevant artificial intelligence (ai) models to serve for the improvement of key performance indicators (kpis) such productivity and safety in automated production plants. The models will allow implementing cyber-physical systems by joining physical and virtual worlds to...

Sap4ma aims the development of a printed active device using nanomaterials to produce smart packaging solutions for margarine targeting the extension of the shelf-life of the packed margarine through the controlled release of active natural antioxidant agents at the onset of the food degradation process.

Raising the productivity and competitiveness of European businesses through technology. Boosting national economies on the international market, and strengthening the basis for sustainable prosperity and employment.