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Prof Kary Främling from Aalto University and the Coordinator for the bIoTope addressed key IoT security challenges with a presentation "Secure Trust and Information Access for the Internet of Things" at the Architectiong the Digital Enterprise Conference in Amsterdam on 23 October 2017.

Synopsis: In the Internet of Things context, trust will need to be established in more direct ways, even by recognizing a friend or a family member and trust their information, or the information provided by t

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25 bIoTope researchers worked together 2 full days at the EPFL campus in Lausanne preparing the use case demonstrators of the project.

 First working results of these use cases for smart mobility, smart waste management and other where discussed and demonstrated as well as the IoT B&B platform and OMI/ODF tools.  Overall all elements of the bIoTope toolbox where on the agenda as a general rehearsal for the first period review happening in August and September.


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Open Call Published

The bIoTope project has published the first Open Call inviting organisations from outside of the consortium to join the project and contribute to the evolution of the bIoTope ecosystems.

2150155?profile=RESIZE_320x320The goals of the open call are to:

  • Expand the bIoTope ecosystems
  • Validate the bIoTope techniques in real-world scenarios
  • Support the development of innovative IoT solutions using technologies and services provided by the bIoTope project

Funding is provided to successful applicants to support smart c

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Aalto University researchers Anssi Smedlund, Petra Turkama and Heini Ikävalko presented a paper: Framework for Firm Strategies in Open Internet of Things Ecosystems at the World Open Innovation Conference in Barcelona, 9-10 December 2016.

The paper presents the framework for companies' IoT ecosystem strategies developed in the bIoTope project, with mini case studies of bIoTope companies.
The World Open Innovation Conference was organized for the first time ever in Europe, in collaboration wit

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IoT Standards workshop in Brussels

Hugo Kerschott (IS-practice and Project Manager of the bIoTope project) together with Prof. Kary Främling (Aalto University and Coordinator of the bIoTope project) participated to the European Commission sponsored “IoT Platforms & Standardisation” workshop in Brussels.2150186?profile=RESIZE_480x480

The expected ambitious outcomes for this workshop are:

  • engagement model and roadmap of cooperation between AIOTI WG03 and other initiative 
  • process/actions on strengthening the cooperation between AIOTI WG03 and existing an
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bIoTope completes first EC Technical Review

The bIoTope project undertook a detailed Technical Review with the European Commission (EC) representatives hosted by Siemens in Vienna. External experts were organised by the EC to provide guidance and recommendations concerning the project development work and planned smart city pilots and ecosystems.

siemens-austria-siemens-city-wien-aussenansicht-big.jpg?width=500All of the research and development workpackages were presented and a first set of deliverables have been published. Click the Results tab above to download the first project reports.

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