IntellIoT is a pan-European research and innovation project support by the European Commission with €8 million € funding. It fosters the development of humanized IoT and AI devices and systems. It comprises a consortium of 13 partners spread across 9 countries: Siemens AG, EURECOM, Aalborg University, University of Oulu, TTControl GmbH, Telecommunication Systems Institute, Technical University of Crete, Philips, Sphynx Analytics Ltd., University of St. Gallen, Holo-Industrie 4.0 Software GmbH, AVL Commercial Driveline & Tractor Engineering GMbH, Startup Colors UG as well as University General Hospital of Heraklion. The initiative aims to facilitate a competitive ecosystem and to strengthen the European market in finding solutions applicable in healthcare, agriculture and manufacturing. Enabling technologies such as 5G, cybersecurity, distributed technology, Augmented Reality and tactile internet, the project champions end-user trust, adequate security and privacy by design. In the coming three years, IntellIoT will also support SMEs and startups in Europe with funding and access to technology via pilot projects executed in collaboration with the IntellIoT consortia partners.
This project and the research leading to these results has received funding from the European Community’s H2020 program [H2020-ICT-2020-1] under grant agreement 957218.
TTControl GmbH is contributing to the project by leading the agriculture use case, where the focus is on the semi-autonomous behavior of farming vehicles and the tactile human-machine interaction. It will investigate the integration of its computation and communication technologies in a prototypical e-tractor platform. In addition, TTControl will investigate the usefulness of deterministic communication for human-machine interaction. TTControl will test and evaluate the developments within the use case scenarios. Finally, TTControl leads the tasks of use case specification and open call definition and the exploitation and impact building activities.