FUJITSU contributes mainly to IoT Security and Privacy and the policy management related tasks, e.g. Trustworthiness, Policy Interoperability.
ATOS role in the project would be related to: IoT/Gateways integration and support in multi-heterogeneous infrastructure through different platforms and services implementing the multiple security
Within the project SIEMENS will bridge the research and the industrial/business views of security (functional and information), privacy, reliability and interoperability by providing inputs to the
SiLO’s role in the project will be focused on designing and integrating the market platform of the project based on its expertise in designing and operating cloud-based market platforms.
IDIADA will be in charge of the connected car and autonomous driving use case of the project.
UBI will contribute in the security policy modelling for IoT ecosystems, as well as in the architectural design and technical specification of the SecureIoT platform and will be mainly responsible
iSPRINT’s role will be devoted to the implementation and operation of one of the security use cases of the project, based on its CloudCare2U (CC2U) platform and undertake a coordinating role in all
DWF was asked to join the consortium to help bridge the gap between technical feasibility and legal compliance, as well as provide insight on ethical questions raised.
Being a general social robot platform, the QT robot can provide a friendly interface for smart homes and offices acting as a smart coach, companion or receptionist.
Inria team MADYNES will contribute to the project by providing its long experience on dynamic network management and security.
The Cluster will connect member companies from the automation and electronics industry with the project, involving (two of) them in one of the project use cases for the validation of the predictive