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The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the network of smart, interconnected devices and services that are capable of sensing or even listening to requests. IoT is an aggregation of endpoints that are uniquely identifiable and that communicate bi-directionally over a network using some form of automated connectivity. The Internet of Things relies on networked sensors to remotely connect, track and manage products, systems and grids. The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) – a subset of the larger Internet of Things – focuses on the specialized requirements of industrial applications, such as manufacturing, oil and gas, and utilities.

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IoT components in connected and autonomous vehicles

The European automotive industry, representing 6.1% of total EU employment and 7% of EU GDP, is facing a digital revolution in the 21st century in the form of the connected and autonomous vehicle (vehicle to everything ‒ which includes vehicle-to-vehicle, vehicle-to-infrastructure, veh

IoT4Industry Final Event

The H2020 project IoT4Industry, invites you to participate in the IoT4Industry Final Event.

Industry 4.0 in Agriculture - Focus on IoT aspects

The development of the connectivity of agricultural tools is leading to important progress in agricultural practices. They enable the development of precision agriculture and increase the transparency of the industry.

Smart Home- Technologies with a standard battle

The Smart Home market is characterised by the presence of a multitude of players, and new companies keep developing products. In this crowded space, few standards exist, and the interconnection is becoming a tough challenge for consumers, slowing down adoption.