A note from Canonical (Ubuntu) on 9th August 2017: 68% of businesses are struggling to hire talent for IoT… Considering Industry 4.0 revolution, it is even more in 2018. Read full article here: https://blog.ubuntu.com/2017/08/09/68-of-businesses-are-struggling-to-hire-talent-for-iot
We’re glad to announce that SUT coordinator (Piotr Czekalski) and ITMO team member (Dmitrii Dobriborsci) have presented current IOT-OPEN.EU project implementation progress during the presentation held in the frame of the Erasmus+ Staff Week. Afterwards, ITMO partner and one of the Staff Week participants visited our ABO partner: APA Group. During the speech, we presented […]
Greetings from the M3 meeting in Tallinn!
We’re glad to announce that all the team meets in Tallinn, during our M3, Estonian workshop, 17-18th May 2018. We’re discussing project progress, management issues, quality and particular respect to the IO3 VREL labs is paid.
IOT-OPEN.EU consortium is glad to announce that their effort was appreciated by the Polish National Agency FRSE (Fundacja Rozwoju Systemu Edukacji) as our Midterm report was evaluated and accepted without remarks. Thank you! We ensure all our stakeholders that it makes us work even harder to finish successfully project Intellectual Outputs.
IOT-OPEN.EU is present during ‘The Economy of Robots’ conference about IOT, Industry 4.0, Blockchain and reflections on possible implications of disruptive innovations. Meeting is held in EU Parliament in Brussels, Altiero Spinelli.
We’re happy to meet face to face in Bruxelles ITMO office to discuss key issues regarding MOOC preparation (Intellectual Output 2).
Dear IOT-OPEN.EU Partners and Friends! May this Easter bring your happiness and contentment. Happy Easter!
We’re glad to announce that project as mentioned earlier review and advisory audit as performed by the FRSE representative (see information here) has been evaluated, and we got the best positive result after all. We’re looking forward to hitting the best practices Erasmus+ list, hopefully, once the project is finished. Thank you for all the […]
We did. Something special. Here comes beta version of the general purpose VREL lab node implemented under IO3. There are two camera feeds where you can observe laboratory live: http://22.214.171.124:10000/ http://126.96.36.199:10001/