Since 2012, the European Commission and the NICT and the MIC of Japan have been jointly launching call for project proposals addressing today’s and tomorrow’s challenges on ICT. This webinar will be presenting 3 of the projects that have been accepted to get funding from the European and Japanese authorities. The objective is to present the project results, pilot deployments and overall the software that can be reusable by the IoT community (SMEs, large industry, researchers, etc.)
ClouT project (2013 – 2016) has provided a smart city platform which can gather data from heterogeneous data sources in a city (IoT devices, social networks, mobile applications, web data, etc.) and provide access to the data (and to actuators) in a unified way. The project has organized deployments in 4 pilot cities of the project: Santander, Genova, Fujisawa and Mitaka.
FESTIVAL project (2014 – 2017) has built a federated testbed platform which provides access to various types of resources such as IoT data, open data, IT resources and living lab resources. The project provides real life data from testbeds from Europe and Japan (city market, train stations, smart city and smart home environments, etc.).
Finally, BigClouT project is a newly started project (2016 – 2019) that takes its foundations from the ClouT project and adds big data functionalities to the ClouT architecture.
The webinar is targeted to any EU and Japan companies seeking to reuse the results of those projects which are mostly provided as open software.
Registration deadline: 30/01/2017
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Please note the webinar will be held in English
What you will learn during this webinar?
In 40 minutes from your desk, in addition to learn about the experience learnt from those projects, the participants will have an introduction on how to use specific software developed in those projects:
Levent Gürgen, CEA-LETI, France
Takuro Yonezawa, Keio University, Japan
Martino Maggio, Engineering, Italy
Organiser: EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation - Brussels Office
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