The details of the event are here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1133200776835361/?ti=as You’re welcome to join us!
We move to the Messina, Sicilia, Italy to discuss the latest and most important activities planned for the remaining part of the grant period. 15th and 16th October is for in-consortium meetings. Public meeting and dissemination, including current project progress presentation, happens on the October 17th. You’re welcome to meet us in Messina! Meeting Schedule […]
It is great pleasure to share our best practices on coordination and cooperation within the IOT-OPEN.EU consortium on the Erasmus+ kick-off meeting for 2018 beneficiaries in Hotel Mercury, Warsaw, 8-9 October 2018. We’re happy to share our experience with new project groups! Great thanks to the Polish National Agency FRSE for the invitation.
Announcing campaign on next spring 2019 with new MOOC courses on the Internet of Things, available through EDX platform, starts with IOT-OPEN.EU consortium promo video. There are 3 courses coming, covering: IOT-OPEN.EU#EDX1: A crash course on IoT for Beginners and Bachelor students;IOT-OPEN.EU#EDX2: An advanced programming of the IoT devices, for those who will study more […]
We’re all excited to announce that our IoT comprehensive course will be available on-line as MOOC for free (with optional, paid, certified track) via the EDX platform! We’re foreseeing three courses to be implemented: IoT for Beginners: undergraduated (bachelors) students, amateurs and professionals starting their experience with IoT, IoT Intermediate topics: for undegraduates willing to […]
The power circuit for our Rooftop laboratory VREL node 7 is waiting. Live camera comes soon. Stay tuned!
IOT-OPEN.EU coordinator is moderating session AC3.1 in BIN@GLIWICE (http://bin-gliwice.polsl.pl) brokerage meeting on Augmented and Virtual reality on the Industry 4.0
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
Riga Technical University (RTU) has elaborated and optimization algorithm for model estimation describing a home / building thermodynamics during heating season in Latvia. The model is based on so called 5R1C model proposed by Piotr Michalak (AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland), which expresses building as RC electrical circuit. RTU has extended the […]
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 […]