Having over 43 years of experience in processing, Akım Metal is producing metal parts and metal injection parts for white goods, automotive, and industrial motor sectors in Tuzla-Istanbul. The purpose of the R&D center which established on October 17, 2011, is to acquire the ability to produce technology. Arçelik, Kordsa, and Tofaş were the first three of all R&D Centers, while AKIM METAL A.Ş. received the best R&D Center award in Machinery and Equipment sector. Akim Metal R&D teams work on electric motors and drives, industrial control systems, and intelligent systems. We develop architecture design, modular system design, embedded hardware, and software design, firmware for devices with embedded Linux or RTOS on processors, control algorithms, GUI design, subsystem integration, debugging, and testing. We also have experience and knowledge of smart mobile apps for Android and IOS. We focus on servo system platforms; we develop, produce and support in the fields of electric motors, motor drives, motion controllers, HMI, and CNC machines. Our aim is to develop smart manufacturing solutions for these systems and machining tools.
Almende (www.almende.com) is an SME focusing on the application of principles of self-organisation to increase the sustainability and resilience of sociotechnical systems, based on innovations in information and communication technology. Our staff is multidisciplinary, with expertise in, e.g., software engineering methodology, data analytics, AI and electronics engineering. We have a large track record in R&D projects in multiple fields, including health, energy, logistics, manufacturing and (cyber)security. During the past 20 years, we have created various software tools and hardware devices which are commercialized via our spin-off companies, all belonging to the Almende Group. Throughout the past decades, we have played an important role as R&D partner, software developer and system integrator in more than 50 European and national R&D projects (ITEA, ECSEL, FP6, FP7 and H2020). ALM has been the one of the main parties behind the DAIS project.
AnyWi Technology BV
AnyWi is an SME specialized in robust, reliable and secure communication in industrial and vehicle applications. The technologies involved focus on the use of redundant communication channels to enhance the overall reliability.
Arctos Labs Scandinavia AB
SME from Sweden. Background in Telecom R&D, including 5G, from all major vendors. Since some years offering a novel SW that can optimize edge cloud networks by concluding the most optimal distribution of workloads and drive the orchestration layer. The SW take performance constraints, costs and total network topology and resource situation into consideration. Our SW has been included in Open source MANO – a ETSI led consortium to develop open source orchestration capabilities.
Beyond Vision - Sistemas Moveis Autonomos De Realidade Aumentada LDA
As an SME, Beyond Vision (BEV) is focused on developing fully autonomous vehicles, and enabling technologies (AI, secure radio communications, collision avoidance, etc). We currently have products in three main areas: SmartCameras, UAVs (hexacopters and VTOLs) and RTK. We also develop an open platform for asset management with separate modules for specific solutions (precision farming, autonomous car testing, payload delivery, etc). BEV headquarters are near the city of Aveiro, with offices near Lisbon and Porto, strategically located near the top engineering universities in Portugal.
Brno University of Technology
◼ Large technical university, founded in 1899
◼ Team from the Faculty of Information Technology has participated in many relevant projects, we focus on embedded intelligence, IoT, edge-cloud computation, and applied machine learning
◼ We are also responsible for the Master/Doctoral program in AI
COSYLAB Laboratorij Za Kontrolne Sisteme d.d.
Cosylab (Cosylab Control System Laboratory d.d.) is a global technology company that builds and integrates state-of-the-art software and electronics for the world’s most complex, precise and advanced systems. It enables research organizations to discover scientific breakthroughs, hospitals to deliver better cancer treatment and organizations to improve their performance. Cosylab has more than 100 researchers, who are active in research on nuclear and particle physics, theoretic physics, control systems, medical software, medical products for proton therapy, communication, IoT, and space technologies. Cosylab also has a total of 4 registered patents. Cosylab works in a field that is highly demanding and requires the delivery of high performance control infrastructures which is fundamental to the success of experimental physics research projects. Past and present projects include some of the largest international physics projects, CERN, ESS, ITER, FAIR, ALMA, SNS, ESO and ESA.
Danfoss Power Electronics A/S
Danfoss was founded in 1933 by Mads Clausen in Nordborg, Denmark, where the headquarters is still located. As a privately held company Danfoss has grown from a solo enterprise into a world-leader. We employ 23,400 people and serve customers in more than 100 countries. Danfoss engineers the technologies that enable the world of tomorrow to do more with less. We meet the growing need for infrastructure, food supply, energy efficiency and climate-friendly solutions. Since 1968 Danfoss Drives (a division of Danfoss) has been dedicated to developing frequency converters to control speed, torque, acceleration, synchronization, positioning, and the overall performance of electrical motors.
Delft University of Technology
Technische Universiteit Delft (TUD) is a world-class university ranked 19th for engineering and technology in the 2019 Times Higher Education World University Rankings. Established in 1842, it is the largest and oldest institute of technology in the Netherlands. TUD’s eight faculties are home to over 20,000 students and some 900 academic staff and cover the entire spectrum of technology, with a combined science, engineering and design focus. Three research groups from TUD namely, Computer Engineering (CE), Circuits and Systems (CAS) and Bioelectronics (BE) will contribute to this project. The three research groups perform a multidisciplinary research spanning from devices technology, circuit (both analog and digital) all the way to application as well as sensor technology. The groups also have a long experience in leading and participating in various EU and national research projects, as well as collaborative research with the industry in the above mentioned topics including worldwide leading companies, such as IBM, ARM, Intel, Infineon, ST, Atmel, Renesas, IMEC, ABN AMRO, Port of Rotterdam, NXP, Bosch, Besi, Philips, Mapper, FEI, ASML, etc. Furthermore, several start-ups have been initiated by our members and by our alumni in the past 10 years.
esc Aerospace GmbH
esc Aerospace was founded in 2013 with its headquarters in Munich, Germany. It has sister companies in Prague, the Czech Republic and in Orlando, US, Florida. esc Aerospace is developing solutions that leverage todays technologies to provide a clear picture of what’s happening in local environments and around the world, providing systems and services that utilize these technological advances in Unmanned Systems (ground, aircraft, underwater) control and autonomy, and provide reliable, secure, accurate position, timing and communication, necessary to enable equipment control/autonomy and situational awareness. esc Aerospace has extensive experience in delivering reliable and secure UAS systems, including central parts like flight controllers, navigation and communication modules and integrating with third parties systems on our UAS platforms.
Expert Analytics AS
Expert Analytics is a data science and analytics company with offices in Oslo (Norway) and Münich (Germany). Our 40 employees have extensive hands-on programming experience from industrial applications combined with a solid background (MSc or PhD) in natural sciences, mathematics and statistics. We offer high quality software solutions to complex challenges within data science, machine learning, scientific computing and data analysis. Applications range from anomaly detection, production optimization, and predictive maintenance to root cause analysis and advanced simulations.
University of Siegen
The University of Siegen is a young, modern institute of higher education located centrally in the area bordering the three German federal states of Hesse, North Rhine-Westphalia and Rhineland-Palatine.
The university has five schools offering a diverse range of subjects. Additionally, there are numerous science centres and facilities, as well as IT, language and communications services.
Giesecke+Devrient Mobile Security GmbH
Giesecke+Devrient Mobile Security GmbH is a security technology company headquartered in Munich, Germany, and is part of the global Giesecke+Devrient Mobile Security subgroup of the Giesecke+Devrient group. The Giesecke+Devrient Mobile Security subgroup has a workforce of 5,200 employees and generated sales of 877 million EUR in the fiscal year of 2019. More than 40 sales and partner offices as well as over 20 certified production and personalization sites and data centres ensure customer proximity worldwide. The portfolio of Giesecke+Devrient Mobile Security comprises security technologies and solutions for smart cards, software, and services for safeguarding data, identities, and a wide range of digital transactions, particularly in the fields of telecommunications, electronic payment, IoT, automotive and mobile identity. Giesecke+Devrient Mobile Security manages and secures billions of digital identities throughout their entire life cycle. The products and solutions of Giesecke+Devrient Mobile Security are used by commercial banks, mobile network operators, car and mobile device manufacturers, business enterprises, transit authorities and health insurances and their customers to secure payment, communication and device-to-device interaction.
Fundación centro tecnolóxico de telecomunicacións de Galicia (GRADIANT)
GRADIANT is a non-profit foundation that aims to improve the competitiveness of companies by transferring knowledge and technologies. With more than 100 professionals and 14 patents, GRADIANT has developed 258 different R&D&i projects. GRADIANT main research and innovation areas are: Internet of Things (IoT) & Embedded Systems, Security and Privacy, eHealth, Cloud, Big data, Communication Systems & Signal Processing, Biometrics, Video Analysis. GRADIANT holds the chairmanship of the Working Group 6, “Smart Agriculture and Food Security” of the European Alliance for Innovation in the AIOTI. In addition, GRADIANT is a member of the following organizations: Action Group C2 of the European Innovation Partnership on EIP on AHA, European Technology Platforms NETWORLD2020, NESSI, NEM, as well as of Spain’s AEI-Ciberseguridad (Innovative Business Association for Network Security and Information Systems) and chair of the board of RENIC. Furthermore, GRADIANT is foundation Member of the recently created European Cyber Security Organisation ASBL (ECSO). In addition, GRADIANT is one of the main contributor of the Linux Foundation Networking PNDA Project.
GS-LDA (Greensphere Unipessoal LDA)
IoT motivated, aiming to contribute to this fast evolving arena with new products on smart city applications and security, in an increasingly cyber-physical world. Founded in 2011, an enterprise focused business plan specifically intent on delivering a new generation of tools for the design and evaluation of wireless systems and developing innovative solutions for future emerging communications.
R&D on 5G Security
– End-user/mobile centric intrusion detection mechanisms
– Secure network coding
– Lightweight Privacy-Preserving OAuth2-based protocol for Smart City mobile apps
Institute of Microelekctronic Applications LTD.
IMA s.r.o. is a limited private company located in Praha and Pardubice (Czech Republic). Being on the market since 1992, IMA follows up micro technologies bridging towards nanotechnology. IMA deals with electronic identification and utilizes smart cards, RFID/NFC, biometrics and wireless IoT technologies. IMA represents CZ in ISO and CEN groups for standards in the health care domain. Providing large systems in CZ, IMA is now launching applications hosted in NFC mobile sets and collaborating with mobile operators on management of identities. Within real applications running, IMA is piloting various advanced technologies.
Stichting imec Nederland
Bridges the gap between fundamental research at universities and technology development in industry
Ultra low power IoT devices (radio, processor, sensors and wearables) for health and lifestyle applications
Innatera Nanosystems BV (INBV)
Innatera is a Dutch neuromorphic processor company based in Delft, the Netherlands. Incorporated in 2018 as a spin-off from the Delft University of Technology, Innatera develops ultra-low power neuromorphic processors for AI at the sensor edge. Using a radically new approach that steers away from traditional AI, Innatera’s processors relies on a new breed of analog-mixed signal computing circuits that closely mimic information processing in the brain. This unique architecture delivers an unprecedented combination of ultra-low power and ultra-short recognition latency, with up to 10,000x higher performance per watt than typical digital processors and conventional AI accelerators.
ITAV Instituto de Telecomunicações
RTO with core expertise in design and implementation of diverse security schemes and mechanisms for communication systems, including its integration
▪ Cybersecurity solutions designed for wireless systems, optimized or customized to specific use cases, applications and scenarios according to identified requirements and security threats
▪ Group of researchers with expertise in secure, reliable and efficient wireless communication solutions and respective techniques
▪ End-to-end security, including key management and distribution schemes, lightweight privacy-preserving authentication mechanisms, and intrusion detection and prevention systems
▪ Networking labs with testbeds and multiple IoT devices prototypes, including wearables, some of which resulting from previous European R&I projects
Instituto Tecnológico de Informática
ITI is a Technological Institute founded in 1994 in Valencia, Spain. ITI is composed of more than 200 professionals from different backgrounds. ITI is involved in sectors such as agriculture, industry, health, smart cities and transport, and in the last year it has conducted over 135 R&D projects and around 240 companies have relied on ITI as a “technology partner”.
◼ ITI Technologies:
• Big Data Infrastructure Intelligent Optimization Systems Artificial Vision
• Cloud Computing Cyber Physical Systems Blockchain
• Internet of Things Machine Learning Digital Twins
ITI is a partner of AIOTI (Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation), NESSI (Networked European Software and Services Initiative) and BDVA (Big Data Value Association), and of the ARTEMIS Industrial Association and ECSEL.
Jotne EPM Technology
Jotne EPM Technology data products have successfully reduced development and product lifecycle costs through the use of intelligent data management in the areas of Defense, Aeronautics, Oil & Gas, Built Environment and Aerospace. Jotne EPM Technology is a leader in the development of standardsbased software products specializing:
-Product Data Exchange
-Product Lifecycle Management
-Long-term data & product OAIS archiving
-Data validation & verification, code checking -Rules based data modeling
-Cross-platform data sharing
Our suite of products is based upon the EXPRESS Data Manager™ (EDM) utilizing ISO standards, particularly STEP ISO 10303 the Standard for the Exchange of Product Model data. Jotne EPM Technology has been developing STEP ISO 10303 Product Data Exchange software products since 1994. Jotne EPM Technology can deliver every level of data management solution. From a full Product Lifecycle Modeling server to an OAIS archiving server to specialized developer tools to integrate proprietary based applications with open standards. For an overview of Jotnes’ work in the digital twin space please follow the embedded links to: A digital twin presentation and the Arrowhead digital twin use case.
Jožef Stefan Institute
JSI is the leading Slovenian scientific research institute, covering a broad spectrum of basic and applied research. It has a total of around 1000 staff. It plays the role of a national research institute, complementing the role of the universities and bridging the gap between science and industry. Computer Systems Department with interdisciplinary team of researchers (computer science and informatics, electrical engineering, mathematics, physics) is specialised in theoretical and practical aspects of artificial intelligence, machine learning, advanced optimization, and hardware implemented algorithms. The research results are implemented within applications for production, transport, energy, bioinformatics, and health. The Department participates in several international project consortia within the programmes of H2020, and ECSEL JU as well as in national industrial projects.
KoalaTech (KT) is a young and dynamic European startup high-tech company created in October 2018 as a spinoff from Nova University of Lisbon and with the support of an investment fund (SMENT Digital), focused on the design of Radio Frequency transmitters to solve the lack of energy efficiency and security on wireless communications systems (5G and Wi-Fi 6), both public and military. KT’s mission is to reduce the huge amount of wasted energy in present and future wireless communications, contributing both for reducing the operational costs and achieve eco-sustainability in telecommunications. KT’s QDA (Quantized Digital Amplification) technology, is a new disruptive digital to analog converter with a Power Amplifier (PA) structure that permits an efficiency up to 75% in transmitters devices with a broad spectrum of application, from actual 4G and Wi-fi, to the new 5G, Wi-fi 6 and wired communications, together with physical layer security if needed.
The Institute of Computer Engineering of the University of Lübeck (Director: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Mladen Berekovic) deals with the architecture of hardware and software systems as well as their prototypical implementation and evaluation. The institute has more than 25 researchers working mainly on mobile autonomous robots, cyber- physical systems, edge and cloud computing, hardware-security, trustworthiness and integrated circuits in the form of SoCs (System-on-Chip). As part of these activities, UzL is working on various application related domains such as transportation, health, automotive, and manufacturing. UzL is closely collaborate with many industrial companies in Germany and Europe such as Infineon, DSI, NXP, and with public bodies. UzL is a partner in ARTEMIS and ECSEL.
The Dependability cluster at MDH has a strong focus on Functional Safety and Cybersecurity for Industrial Systems.
In recent years we have contributed to 11 European projects, often in leading roles.
The majority of our research is performed in close collaboration with companies within Automation and Vehicular/Transportation.
We provide scientifically grounded technical solutions, contributing to the DAIS concept & methodology, specification and design of the SW framework – specifically related to fault tolerance, safety and security.
Nuromedia has more than 20 years of expertise in EU-funded projects as a technical partner for software & application management. Nuromedia GmbH is a company (SME) based in Cologne, Germany. Nuromedia reflects the strategic pillar of the commercial projects for clients of different sectors and the development of own commercial projects.
NXP Semiconductors Germany GmbH
NXP Semiconductors N.V. (www.nxp.com) enables secure connections and infrastructure for a smarter world, advancing solutions that make lives easier, better, and safer. NXP is driving innovation in the automotive, industrial & IoT, mobile, and communication infrastructure markets. Built on more than 60 years of combined experience and expertise, the company has approximately 30,000 employees in more than 30 countries and posted revenue of $8.9 billion in 2019. The company’s headquarter is situated in Eindhoven (The Netherlands). In Europe, other main locations are spread over The Netherlands, Germany, France, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic and Romania. NXP Semiconductors Germany GmbH employs around 1,200 permanent collaborators in Hamburg, Dresden, Stuttgart and Munich. NXP has established its Industrial System Innovation in Hamburg, Germany. This team is working on innovations for Industrial IoT and Industry 4.0 and shall contribute to DAIS project execution with support from other NXP branches.
NXP Semiconductors Netherlands BV
NXP Semiconductors N.V. (www.nxp.com) enables secure connections and infrastructure for a smarter world, advancing solutions that make lives easier, better, and safer. As the world leader in secure connectivity solutions for embedded applications, NXP is driving Internet of Things (IoT) innovation in the secure connected vehicle, smart connected solutions, and end-to-end security and privacy markets. NXP worldwide has approximately 30,000 employees with operations in more than 30 countries and posted revenue of $8.88 billion in 2019. The companies headquarter is situated in Eindhoven (The Netherlands). In Europe, other main locations are spread over The Netherlands, Germany, France, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic and Romania. There are approximately 9,000 R&D engineers. NXP has ~9,000 issued and pending patents through 60 years of experience and expertise.
Octavic PTS IVS
Octavic develops flexible industry 4,0 solutions that address manufacturing challenges: smart factory MOM (manufacturing operations management) systems to empower top production efficiency. Our system can be installed on any production line, in any industry, adapting to any factory’s particular needs, without exception. Our system works on 4 ”layers”: #1 Real-Time: Shopfloor Management #2 Big Data: Process Optimization #3 Smart Production Scheduling #4 AI/ML for automated decisions
PDMFC - PROJECTO DESENVOLVIMENTO MANUTENÇÃO FORMAÇÃO E CONSULTADORIA
PDMFC (PDM) is a Portuguese SME, currently with offices in 12 countries, developing products in multiple domains, both software and hardware. We have invested heavily in the last 10 years in the fields of CyberSecurity, AI, and Drone development. We work with several Government organizations, Portuguese Cyber Security Agency, Law Enforcement Agencies (LEA), telecoms, financial institutions, among many other large customers. We also manage critical services like Public Key Infrastructures for certification authorities, several CSIRTs at national level and develop Identity and Access Management (IAM) and Intelligence tools that allow large companies to secure their assets (physical and logical) as well as allow LEAs to investigate cyber-crimes and efficiently gather evidences. Two of our most successful products are: SPA, an IAM Platform that authenticates, authorizes and continuously monitor users’ operations. It provides real-time alerts and automatic mitigation procedures, based on a set of criteria defined by the security policies of the company, and CHIMERA, a solution designed to safeguard access to data, enforce data privacy and simplify data sharing. It provides the anonymization of data. The information can be collected, processed, transformed and filtered, in order to discard what is not relevant, anonymizing sensitive data in order to comply with legal requirements (GDPR).
RISE Research Institutes of Sweden
RISE RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF SWEDEN (RISE) is a research institute in the most expansive area of industry this century: the total digitalization of products, services and businesses. We contribute with cutting edge technology within the fastest growing and most relevant areas for this revolution to happen, including big data analytics, automation, security, Internet-of-Things and interaction design. RISE is a state-owned research institute, which offers unique expertise and over 100 testbeds and demonstration environments for future-proof technologies, products and services. The Digital Systems Division offers expertise throughout the chain for a digital, innovation-driven society – hardware, software, business development and industry knowledge in a range of strategic areas. RISE is closely collaborate with many industrial companies in Sweden and has strategic collaboration partnerships with companies such as ABB, Ericsson, Volvo, Scania, SAAB, and with public bodies. RISE is a partner in EIT Digital (one of the European Knowledge and Innovation Communities), and of the ARTEMIS Industrial Association and ECSEL.
Schneider Electric España S.A
Schneider Electric provides energy and automation digital solutions for efficiency and sustainability. Schneider Electric combines world-leading energy technologies, realtime automation, software and services into integrated solutions for homes, buildings, data centers, infrastructure and industries. Schneider Electric makes process and energy safe and reliable, efficient and sustainable, open and connected.
Sensative (SEN) is a SME product company within IoT business area. The products are Yggio horizontal IoT integration platform (multi-party network platform) and Strips which are very slim (3mm) IoT multisensors that blends into their environment. Yggio acts as a real-time integration layer between services and connected assets, sensors, and networks, enabling multiple users and services to use data generated by both shared and private IoT devices. Enterprises, cities, municipalities, property owners, service partners, and more use the Yggio capabilities to rapidly deliver new services and applications. Sensative Zwave and LoRaWAN range of sensors in the popular Strips form factor, features ultra-slim discreet design, easy mounting, and low power consumption for long battery life (up to 10 years or longer). Strips sensors comes in different versions with unique abilities making them the ideal choice for any professional application, like Smart City or Smart Buildings.
Sentigrate (Eventigrate BVBA)
Leuven (Belgium) based SME with a focus on sensor data processing and modelling. Throughout the years Sentigrate created close collaborations with several research institutes like KU Leuven, UGent and Imec.
– Founded in 2016
– Active in 8 countries
– R&D expertise
– Industries: Industry 4.0 Health Smart City Agriculture
SESTEK Ses ve Iletisim Bilg. Tekn. San. Ve Tic. A.S.
SESTEK is a global high-technology company helping brands with conversational AI and Analytics solutions, to be data-driven, work efficiently and deliver better experiences for their customers. Since 2000, SESTEK has been developing patented technologies, leading a pioneering role in collaboration between academia and different industries i.e., finance, telecommunications, retail, public sector. Through commercial and R&D partnerships, SESTEK’s AI-backed solutions relies on text-to-speech, speech recognition, natural language processing and voice biometrics technologies. Today there are many world known ICT and Electronic brands’ products are designed with Sestek technologies. With 125 employees including 85 R&D engineers and a qualified sales force, SESTEK operates out of two government-licensed R&D offices in Turkey. SESTEK has one sales office in Dubai and a contractor in the UK to pursue sales activities in regions that are strategically prior. SESTEK has a proven record of success with 30+ funded R&D projects, including 4 EUREKA, 1 EUROSTARS, 1 Globalstars and 1 H2020. SESTEK has a high success rate and is well-known for transforming its R&D outcomes into notable sales projects representing 88% of income. Over the last 5 years, the company has been increasing revenue in double digits. Company invests more than 40% of its revenue in R&D and achieves a high rate of commercialization of R&D.
Safran Electronics and Defense Spain
◼ The collective centre of the Belgian technological industry.
◼ Sirris helps small and large companies make the right technological choices, achieve sustainable economic growth and remain innovative through:
Years of experience and comprehensive expertise in a wide range of industrial domains
High-tech testing infrastructure spread across the country
Extensive network of partners
As one of the main independent control system integrators in Norway, Industrial Automation is our pedigree. From 2014 and onwards we have had a strong focus on innovation, and have brought forward a range of solutions to become the go-to OT-IT data capture specialist. All our solutions are compatible with standard industrial protocols, and the control system/EDGE IPC hardware complies with industrial demands and standards.
Our focus and drive is to enable OT-IT integration which delivers:
Real-time data stream – high resolution data up to 1 msec Continous data stream – capture all events and transcients Local buffring of data – no loss of data Maintain control system integrity – remove traditional vectors of cyber attack Facilitate for smartness on IoT/EDGE/IPC level – real-time monitoring AND control
Tecnologías, Servicios Telemáticos y Sistemas, S.A.
TST is an engineering company specialized on custom design and manufacture for IoT products and services. TST support companies to transform their ideas into innovative, profitable and feasible market solutions, with main focus on Smart City, Agri-food and Energy Efficiency business areas. TST is part of the CELESTIA Technologies Group (CTG), an international multi-technology group composed of more than 250 engineers and offices in several European countries. CTG is a merge of high-tech SMEs sharing a common strategic vision: innovation and technology to change the business concept and therefore provide value contribution to clients.
Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
DTU Compute, the department of applied mathematics and computer science of the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), is a unique and internationally recognized academic environment spanning the science disciplines mathematics, statistics, computer science, and engineering. We conduct research, teaching and innovation of high international standard—producing new knowledge and technology-based solutions to societal challenges. We have a long-term involvement in applied and interdisciplinary research, big data and data science, artificial intelligence (AI), internet of things (IoT), smart and secure societies, smart manufacturing, and life science. DTU Compute has joined DAIS with its section for Embedded Systems Engineering (ESE). ESE conducts research in a broad range of topics central for design of modern embedded systems, including real-time systems, fault-tolerant and safety-critical systems, hardware/software codesign, concurrent and parallel programming, heterogeneous distributed multi-core architectures and execution platforms, as well as a range of models, methods and tools for the analysis, design and verification of such systems.
Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
Eindhoven University of Technology is a young university, founded in 1956 by industry, local government and academia. TUE is a research-driven and design-oriented technical university with 9 departments/faculties, of which the department Electrical Engineering and the department Mathematics & Computer Science participate in this project. Electro-Optical Communications (ECO) research group participates from the Electrical engineering department, while the Interconnected Resource-aware Intelligent Systems (IRIS) cluster participates from the Mathematics and Computer Science department in this project. Research of ECO focuses on advanced network management and control, while IRIS focuses on (distributed embedded) systems performance challenges in terms of: timing behavior, dependability, programmability, reliability, robustness, scalability, energy and data computation efficiency. Research of both groups cover various aspects of IoT systems, ranging from new communication technologies, network/resource management, to in-network processing/computation, and edge AI. Both groups have successful track record in executing research- and industry-driven projects and have close collaborations with industry and end-users.
Technical University of Liberec
The WITOL® system is unique technical solution for many industrial applications. The aim of the study is to observe the possibilities of microelectronic elements application for the new function adding. The electronic elements implementation a new possible use of WITOL® system can caused. This study describes a geometrical and technical possibilities of electronic elements installation and CAD/CAE simulation of the mechanical behavior of the target eWITOL assembly. The potentially used kind of electronic elements are force, torque and displacement sensors for example. Tecnical University of Liberec (TUL) will be collaborate of develop the eWitol with BUT and IMA. TUL will be focusing for the shape of mechanical parts and possible applicable material of eWitol demonstrator. Design and material will be chosen in accordance with requirements for electronic component installation by IMA. The mechanical structure recommendations list will be prepared.
Tieto Sweden AB
Tieto aims to become customers’ first choice for business renewal as the leading Nordic software and services company.
In a rapidly changing world, every bit of information can be used to provide new value. Tieto aims to capture the significant opportunities of the data-driven world and turn them into lifelong value for people, business and society. Having a strong role in the ecosystems, we use our software and services capabilities to create tools and services that simplify everyday life of millions of people; to help our customers renew their businesses by capturing the opportunities of modernization, digitalization and innovation and to foster new opportunities based on openness, co-innovation and ecosystems.
Building on a strong Nordic heritage, Tieto combines global capabilities with local presence. Headquartered in Espoo, Finland, Tieto has around 24,000 experts in over to 20 countries. Turnover is approximately €3 billion. Tieto’s shares are listed on NASDAQ in Helsinki and Stockholm.
TPV trženje in proizvodnja opreme vozil d.o.o.
◼ TPV AUTOMOTIVE d.o.o. is a development supplier in the automotive industry. We develop and manufacture products that have a significant impact on vehicle dynamics, safety, ecology and driving comfort, as well as implement new technical solutions for electric vehicles (EV).
University of Cantabria
Universidad de Cantabria is a modern public institution. Its main purpose is to contribute to social progress through teaching and scientific excellence. This allowed UC to confirm the “International Campus of Excellence” label in December 2014 with the highest score. Although UC is the 44thin terms of size within the Spanish University System, it is positioned among the first three Spanish universities in terms of research performance (Ranking CYD 2019). According to its tradition and capacities, five priority specialization areas were recently established by UC in order to achieve excellence: Biotechnology, Information and communication technology, Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials, Secure, clean and efficient energy, and Advanced manufacturing and processing. UC is also a highly competitive university in terms of research funding. During the calls of H2020 (2014-2019), UC has obtained funding for around 15,2M€ in 56 projects. DAIS participation will be carried out by the Microelectronics Engineering Group(GIM).The GIM has a large experience in participation to international projects like H2020 and ECSEL.
University of Granada
The founding of the University of Granada was granted by Papal Bull, issued in 1531, establishing a Christian university to follow in the stead of the, until then, Islamic Madrassa, dating from 1349. Since then, the UGR – drawing on its historical roots – has gradually grown and developed into what it has become today: a public higher-education institution that is committed to quality and excellence in the areas of teaching, learning and research. In line with this, the university has, throughout its history, become increasingly active in the transfer of scientific, social advancement, sustainable development and, above all, internationalization. Numerous national and international ranking agencies that evaluate higher education teaching and research have placed the UGR among the top universities in Spain, as well as including it within the top 3% of the best higher education institutions worldwide. Indeed, according to the Shanghai ranking, the UGR appears as one of the world’s top 500 universities. University of Granada is one of Spain’s top universities, and is also a major actor in the area of higher education both in Europe and Latin America. The study programmes available at the UGR are among the most extensive in Europe, which helps to explain our high student numbers: around 65,000, of which some 10,000 are international students. The UGR is involved in a wide range of international projects and networks, as well as internationally-renowned exchange programmes.
Vestel Elektronik Sanayi ve Ticaret A.Ş.
Vestel, Turkey’s pioneer global brand in electronics, consists of 28 companies, of which 18 are located abroad. Products manufactured at Vestel are exported to 156 countries naming Vestel as the leader exporter of Turkey in electronics for 22 years. Vestel accounts for nearly 90% of Turkey’s total TV exports and 30% of Turkey’s total white goods exports.