Natalie Samovich (WG Smart Energy Chair), Kees van der Klauw and Colin Willcock (Chairman 5GIA) attended the policy panel discussion on Creating a digital ecosystem for the energy sector held on 29 June during the Sustainable Energy Week by DG Energy and in collaboration with Enlit Europe and AIOTI.
AIOTI General Assembly was successfully held on 18 June, with about 60 participating members. The annual accounts 2019 were adopted and the Management Board was discharged for the financial year 2019. The outlook for 2020/2021 with priorities was presented to the members.
Co-organized and supported by AIOTI the Create IoT seminar on The role of standards in accelerating innovation – The case of IoT/Eliot, as part of the Advancing the Digital Transformation of European Industry Webinar 2020 took place on 12 June.
AIOTI co-organized and supported a well-attended Create IoT webinar on Data sharing in agriculture. Towards a European agriculture data space on 10 June with over 140 participants.
Upcoming meetings and events
Webinar on The impact of COVID-19 on supply and food safety on 30 June at 15.00h CET
AIOTI is co-organising a webinar on The impact of COVID-19 on supply chain and food safety on 30 June at 15.00h CET. Register here.
AIOTI Webinar IoT – driving Europe’s technology sovereignty and leadership, 29 September, at 13.00h CET
On the 29 September from 13.00 – 17.00h CET AIOTI will hold a Webinar on IoT – driving Europe’s technology sovereignty and leadership. The agenda and more details will follow in due time.
AIOTI WG02 – IoT Ecosystems and Innovation published “White Paper IoT eDIH Network activities“AIOTI WG8 Chair published the blog “IoT enabled smart cities and communities – Here to stay and grow!“.
Big Data Value Association (BDVA) is organizing the following webinars:
- HPC, Big Data, IoT and AI future industry-driven collaborative strategic topics (2nd workshop), 3rd of July, 12h-14h (link here)
- AI, Data and Robotics Partnership SRIDA information sessions (two dates 16th and 29th of July, always from 10h to 12h), (link here)