IOT Council writes about IOT-OPEN.EU

IOT Council writes about IOT-OPEN.EU

We’re glad to announce that IOT-OPEN.EU consortium has started cooperation with the largest Internet of Things Council in Europe. A short note about our project is available here: https://www.theinternetofthings.eu/iot-openeu-project-preparing-set-distant-and-remote-access-lab Also, IOT-OPEN.EU project coordinator was accepted as a Council Member: https://www.theinternetofthings.eu/piotr-czekalski Looking forward to efficient cooperation!

IoT-Open.eu on the Staff Week 2017

IoT-Open.eu on the Staff Week 2017

IOT-OPEN.EU was present during annual Erasmus+ Staff Week meeting held at the Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Poland. This year Staff Week gained together many partner countries representatives. Project presentation brought cooperation between consortium and University Buea, Cameroon, where university of Buea wills to use intellectual outputs of the project for their curriculum. Welcome Cameroon!

IOT-OPEN.EU at RED UAS – Research, Education and Development on Unmanned Aerial Systems

IOT-OPEN.EU at RED UAS – Research, Education and Development on Unmanned Aerial Systems

IOT-OPEN.EU participant Aleksandr Kapitonov presented consortium at the international conference RED UAS in Linkoping, Sweden. It’s one of the key conferences in Unmanned Aerial Vehicle and Flight Management System development. Aleksandr as co-founder Drone Employee presented the article about Blockchain-based protocol of autonomous business activity for multi-agent systems consisting of UAVs. Proposed technology will be […]

IOT-OPEN.EU at Smart Region – International Conference and Brokerage Event 2017

IOT-OPEN.EU at Smart Region – International Conference and Brokerage Event 2017

IOT-OPEN.EU coordinator Piotr Czekalski and Krzysztof Tokarz are representing consortium at the international conference Smart Regions in Ostrava, Czech Republic. The venue also covers about 8 face 2 face meetings with university, industrial and regional representatives with goal to extend External Advisory Board and disseminate projects to stakeholder groups abroad in countries that are not […]

New curriculum in TUT started now

New curriculum in TUT started now

New bachelor program “Product development and Robotics” started at Tallinn University of Technology in September 1st 2017. This is the first program in university which has also brand new course “Internet of Things” in Robotics branch. The results of this project will be applied into practice in this course after 2018. See more about the […]