You are here


AGILE is an H2020 EU funded project coordinated by CREATE-NET that builds a modular hardware and software gateway for the Internet of Things with support for protocol interoperability, device and data management, IoT apps execution and external Cloud communication, featuring diverse pilot activities, Open Calls & Community building.

iKaaS – (intelligent Knowledge-as-a-Service) Platform, will develop an intelligent, privacy preserving and secure Smart City Platform based on a Big Data resource and an analytics engine built atop heterogeneous cloud platforms with data collected from a variety of sensors from Internet of Things (IoT) environments deployed as mobile terminals, smart devices, and smart homes.We envisage that this data and the analytics engine – a knowledge base – would be fundamental building blocks for cross-border business-to-government (B2G), business-to-business(B2B) and business-to-consumer(B2C) applic

The MEMoSa project, namely "in-car Media Entertainment Mobility and Safety", is an EIT Digital 2017 finaced activity. MEMoSa is a mobile and cloud service platform for insurance companies who need a lightweight, low cost solution to better profile their customers to reduce insurance costs, and to offer additional value added services based on contextualised needs. The solution aims to make the insurance customer more responsible during driving and daily activities.

The PIE News project goal is to foster commonfare. Commonfare, or “welfare of the common” is a participatory form of welfare provision based on collaboration among people living in Europe that want to develop new ways of collectively responding to the everyday problems they face, improving their own lives. The project develops the Community Awareness Platform "".

The lack of ICT platforms based on open standards is regarded as one of the most significant market barriers to the creationof new care & assistance paradigms with global interconnection and interworking. UNCAP delivers an interoperable platformbased on open industrial standards that leverages on existing technologies for biosensing, indoor/outdoor localisation andhome-automation. The result is an open source, scalable and privacy-savvy ecosystem compatible with existing PersonalHealth Record systems, that can deliver novel services that can help aging people (incl.

The WAZIUP project, namely the Open Innovation Platform for IoT-Big Data in Sub-Saharan Africa is a collaborative research project using cutting edge technology applying IoT and Big Data to improve the working conditions in the rural ecosystem of Sub-Saharan Africa. First, WAZIUP operates by involving farmers and breeders in order to define the platform specifications in focused validation cases.