AIOTI organised on 26.01. workshop to present the Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda. The full document can be found here.
The presentation from the webinar can be downloaded here and the recording of the webinar here.
AIOTI has launched a dedicated part on its website to promote news and announcements of the AIOTI Community.
Any member can contact AIOTI Team and the news will be promptly published on the AIOTI website.
At the end of this month, AIOTI has 195 members.
AIOTI WG Standardisation published new report “IoT and Edge Computing EU funded projects landscape”.
The report provides landscapes of EU funded projects focusing on IoT and edge computing.
The main objective of this deliverable is to briefly present the EU funded projects focusing on IoT and edge computing, which can be used to:
The full report can be found here.
AIOTI WG Policy developed a document on the draft Regulation on horizontal cybersecurity requirements for products with digital elements amending Regulation (EC) 2019/1020 (Cyber Resilience Act).
The full document can be found here.
During January, AIOTI representatives participated and speak at the following events:
AIOTI Webinar: Leveraging IoT and Edge Computing Infrastructures to foster Energy Flexibilities through next energy sectorial integration, 28 February, 15.00h CET, online
AIOTI Signature event 2023, 10 October, Brussels (to be further announced)
IoT World Solution Congress, Barcelona, Spain 31 January – 2 February 2023
50% discount for Full Congress Pass for your members
Unlimited code XN5FMCLQ
UK Innovation and Tech Show, 15 March 2023, Brussels, Belgium
The 7th edition of the “European SME Expertise in 5G and Beyond” has been released! You will find in there information on many SMEs with expertise in 5G, 6G, and the vertical sectors they are involved in. In addition, you will find new success stories showing SMEs’ exploitation from the work performed in 5G PPP projects and other such relevant projects at European and national levels.
The “Find the SME you need” web page has also been updated with the latest information provided by SMEs. You will find on this page a synthesis of technological expertise and skills from SMEs, as well as information on which vertical sectors they are working with.
The SNS JU is requesting a minimum 20% participation of SMEs in projects. As the new SNS call for proposals is opening soon, consulting the brochure and the web page is an excellent opportunity to find the SMEs that may contribute to your next project(s).
Both the brochures and the catalogue are available at https://www.networldeurope.eu/find-the-sme-you-need-new-page/.
The multiannual financing decision, constituting the multiannual work programme for the implementation of the Connecting Europe Facility – Digital sector for the period 2021-2025, was adopted on 16 December 2021.
The objective of the digital part of the Connecting Europe Facility – CEF Digital is to contribute to the development of projects of common interest (PCIs) relating to the deployment of safe, secure and sustainable high-performance infrastructure, including Gigabit and 5G networks. CEF Digital will also contribute to the increased capacity and resilience of digital backbone infrastructures in all EU territories, as well to the digitalisation of transport and energy networks.