The new EIT Digital Innovation Activity, Approxim@ction, will create a digital platform solution for approximated embedded computing, that tackles the challenge of short battery lives of smart wireless devices found in many Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystems – such as industry and smart cities.
Italian scaleup Stamplay is joining the EIT Digital Accelerator to further expand and enlarge its customer base. Legally headquartered in the UK, but with the development team based in Rome and a strong presence in San Francisco, Stamplay was founded in 2015 by Giuliano Iacobelli and Nicola Mattina.
EIT Digital supported High Impact Initiative (HII) OEDIPUS keeps delivering results. As part of the HII’s activity “Robot IoT Interface”, CEA LIST Institute, Agileo Automation, Isybot, DFKI and Siemens, have leveraged joint entrepreneurial innovation to develop the ModBox,
EIT Digital announces the first commercial application of its SIOTAD innovation activity, designed to support sustainable and efficient agriculture.
EIT Digital is introducing its ’I4.0 Production Monitoring Solution‘, a new initiative launched as part of its Oedipus High Impact Initiative, and designed to help manufacturers quickly assess whether their machines are performing well or need some fine-tuning.
There are estimated to be some 10 million people living with Parkinson’s Disease worldwide. Vital@home, an EIT Digital Innovation Activity, aims to help delay or prevent the deterioration of Parkinson’s symptoms and to maintain the quality of life for those with the disease.
Silicon Valley innovators often see Europe as a fragmented landscape of independent markets with myriad regulation at the European and national level. At the same time, on personal data protection and data ownership, this picture of fragmented Europe does not apply.
It’s funny how, to many, the term “Internet of Things” (IoT) initially conjured up images of everyday objects – “things” – becoming mildly self-aware and, well, chatty. Those advancing the industry couldn’t get away from the public idea of smart refrigerators querying half-empty cartons of milk, or lost left socks calling out plaintively for their mates.
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