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Gemini Centre on Internet of Things

Gemini Centre on Internet of Things

This Gemini centre links and harmonizes research and research-driven innovation activities within IoT at SINTEF, UiO and NTNU.

Motivations

The purpose of the GEMINI Centre is to effectively build a large Norwegian academic environment for Internet of Things (IoT) research and research driven innovation to address the IoT challenges in society and to contribute to new solutions that can increase value-creation and profitability for partners in industry as well as the public sector. There is a growing professional activity within the IoT in all participating organizations, as well as in businesses and governments, both nationally and internationally. The center will address the growing IoT market in general, and will especially emphasize technology development in relation to the needs of demanding industrial applications. Timely and secure access to IoT Infrastructure and IoT based services and data, and their utilization, are of interest to both the private and public sectors, as well as individuals, to support increased value creation, improved services, and to promote new development opportunities.

The partners involved in the Gemini Centre on IoT are:

 

List of associated projects:

  • ART (AI/ML for the management of Autonomous Resource-Constrained Things) -- NTNU
  • AutoActive (Tools and Methods for Autonomous Analysis of Human Activities from Wearable Device Sensor Data) -- SINTEF
  • ENACT (Development, Operation, and Quality Assurance of Trustworthy Smart IoT Systems) -- SINTEF
  • DILUTE (Fluid Service Abstraction for Large-Scale Cloud IoT Systems) -- UiO
  • IoTSec (Security in IoT for Smart Grids) -- UiO
  • Productive4.0 (Digitalizing the European industry) -- SINTEF
  • SCOTT (Secure Connected Trustable Things) -- UiO
  • SINet (IoT in the Arctic with Unmanned Vehicles and Satellite support) -- NTNU
  • SmartNEM (Smart Neighborhood Energy Management) -- UiO

Links

  • The University of Oslo have their own Gemini Centre on IoT web-page

Meetings

Contact

Ketil Stølen
Chief Scientist
922 16 112
Ketil.Stolen@sintef.no