Hello!

I know my blog is very late for the event I am going to mention, but as you would all agree last couple of weeks have had so many landmines we know as deadlines to be taken care of.

As you would have read on a previous post from Shiva and Timm, who had also attended the event, gave a pretty extensive write up on this event. So I am going to keep it short and simple.

The IoT-European Platforms Initiative (IoT-EPI) was formed to build a vibrant and sustainable IoT-ecosystem in Europe, maximising the opportunities for platform development, interoperability and information sharing. Their aim is to digitalize everything that can be digitalized and help in the growth of this thing we call as ‘Internet’. They seven projects working under them who would provide platforms, funding and other technical support to startups and entrepreneurs to develop their ideas. All you have to do is sign up for ‘Open Calls’ for one of the projects which could help you out. Open calls generally consists of submitting a proposal to one of the projects.

Link for open calls: http://iot-epi.eu/open-calls/

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A short presentation was given by one of the enterprises which was helped by one of the project under IoT: Terracom. They are a business computing group whose main area of expertise are: solutions for the physical security industry and integration of IoT technology. Their project manager Natalia Oumnova gave this presentation and also gave some insights on how the IoT project can help you!

I have to talk about Norrsken house before I finish this blog. It is probably one of the coolest working spaces I have every seen. The work spaces are completely open with comfortable chairs and green plants everywhere. The whole place has an aura of peace and tranquility. The whole interior design of the building is created in such a way that you can have your maximum productivity yet at the same time feel little stress.

 

Peace!

\Vishal

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