iNGENIOUS Project was privileged to participate on the 17th of January in the Distributed Architectures in the EdgeCloudIoT Continuum Workshop organized by the TERMINET project. Nuria Molner presented the project, architecture and standardization activities.This workshop was supported by ICT-56 projects and served to discuss open common perspectives, components, policies, standards and regulations towards distributed architectures in the EdgeCloudIoT Continuum.You can find iNGENIOUS’ presentation here: (link here)
The iNGENIOUS Project had a strong finish at our final review on the 6th of July. The day included talks on the achievements and innovations produced, as well as 6 live and 2 recorded demonstrations of the innovations developed through the course of the project. The demonstrations focused around the project’s 6 use cases: Factory, Port Entrance, AGV, DVL, and Transport. The live demonstrations included E2E network slice lifecycle management with ML-assisted automated slicing from […]
This week iNGENIOUS IoT was present in EUCEI Event organized by EUCloudEdgeIoT! Nuria Molner summarized the lessons learned along the project, the infrastructures deployed in the port of Valencia and how Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) will continue cooperating with some partners within the UNICO 5G I+D AVANZANDO-5G-GEMELOS DIGITALES project (TSI-063000-2021-112, TSI-063000-2021-113, TSI-063000-2021-114 supported by the Spanish Ministry of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation and the European Union-NextGenerationEU) to keep evolving these infrastructures towards the full digitalization of smart ports.
After more than two years of work and effort by all collaborating entities and organizations, the iNGENIOUS project comes to an end in March 2023. The project began in October 2020 with a consortium formed by 21 collaborators from 8 different countries: Spain (Universitat Politècnica de València, Nokia, Telefónica I&D, Fivecomm, ASTI Mobile Robotics [ABB], Cosco Shipping Lines, Fundación Valencia Port, Neurodigital Tecnhologies), Germany (Technische Universität Dresden, Barkhausen Institut, Neurocontrols), Italy (Ericsson, Port of Livorno, […]
iNGENIOUS has joined EUCloudEdgeIoT, a community of 30+ collaborative projects, that through a set of dedicated Task Forces will work on Strategic Liaisons, Open Source Engagement, Architecture, Market and Sectors, Communications and Ecosystem Engagement together. For more information on the EUCloudEdgeIoT initiative visit .
Last month the 8th and final plenary meeting of the iNGENIOUS project could be carried out. All consortium representatives met to discuss and finalize the use case demos. The Consorzio Nazionale Interuniversitario per le Telecomunicazioni (CNIT) was the host of the meeting held in the historic Italian city of Pisa. In this F2F there was time to discuss the most relevant issues of the project and its use cases, but also to network and visit […]
After almost two years from the beginning of the iNGENIOUS project, the wait came to an end. Barkhausen Institut and Technische Universität Dresden hosted the first on-site Face to Face iNGENIOUS meeting.
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The implementation of this technology aims to improve the organisation of the ports, reducing transports traffic and monitorizing their security and distribution.
The Midterm Review of iNGENIOUS project was held online and it gathered representatives from the consortium, Project Officers and Reviewers.
The Finnish multinational telecommunications corporation has chosen a private LTE solution as the basis for wireless critical communication in ports.
D5.2 Baseline iNGENIOUS data management framework
Team registration and challenge selection deadline 15.05.2022
Among them, it is noteworthy the results of IoT driving Industry 4.0 in their 5G Smart Factory
D4.4 Service orchestration at the edge
The members of the INGENIUS Consortium Valenciaport Foundation, Telefónica and Cosco Shipping Lines take part in this event that will explore new solutions for the ports of the future.
The Finnish High-Tech SME Cumucore is one on the partners of the iNGENIOUS project, and as with Fivecomm and ASTI, it has been included as a successful story in the Use Case Catalogue of the Next Generation Internet of Things (NGIoT) initiative.
D4.1 Multi-Technologies Network for IoT
The iNGENIOUS’ partner Sequans Communications discusses the requirements and decisions to consider when connecting an IoT device that uses wireless modules to an antenna.
D3.1 Communication of IoT Devices
The alliance between Valenciaport and the largest telecom company of Europe aims to become a global referent in port-logistics industry.
In this article you can find the case of Livorno Port and the iNGENIOUS’ Supply Chain Ecosystem Integration scenario.
Visits to a port by different means of transport need to be synchronized; ports and their ability to operate as a transit hub – smoothly and efficiently – are now under public scrutiny like never before.
The Next Generation Internet of Things (NGIoT) initiative has considered the SME ASTI Mobile Robotics among the companies using best practices for IoT developments and deployments to be included in its Use Case Catalogue.
D4.3 Core network automation design for 5G-IoT
“Next-GENeration IoT sOlutions for the Universal Supply chain” – held the 6th F2F meeting on 2-3 March 2022.
Fivecomm, one of the SMEs in the consortium of the iNGENIOUS project, has been included as a successful story in the Use Case Catalogue of the Next Generation Internet of Things (NGIoT) initiative.