Contiki is an open source operating system for the Internet of Things. Contiki is used in a wide variety of systems such as city sound monitoring, street lights, networked electrical power meters, industrial monitoring, radiation monitoring, construction site monitoring,
Published in July, the Smart Cities and Communities European Innovation Partnership (SCC) is a partnership across the areas of energy, transport, information and communication with the objective to advance solutions in areas where energy production, distribution and use;
Strategy + Business just published a survey on the supply side of “digitization”, a society shift based on ubiquitous handheld devices, pervasive sensing apparatus, “big data” analytics, digital supply chains, search engines, social networks, satellite-based geographic tracking, interconnected real-time digital infrastructure, and massive server farms.
The InnoSee project aims to development of key competences of research-driven clusters (RDC) and e-learning modules for RDC managers training. Partners include IPS (Institute for Postgraduate Studies at the UNWE, coordinator), ITPIO (Institute
ICOS marks one thousand (1.000) short articles since the start of URENIO Watch on Intelligent Cities – Smart Cities – Innovation Ecosystems in 2005. The acronym stands for Intelligent Cities Open Source, a community of developers, planners, engineers, and users working in the field of intelligent / smart cities.