Our partners

  • Insight Centre for Data Analytics, Galway, Ireland – formal collaboration started during FP7 of the OpenIoT project, development of the OpenIoT open source IoT platform, semantic interoperability, analysis of sensor data collected with applications for collaborative perception of the environment in motion.
  • Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT), Vienna, Austria – collaboration on the preparation of the H2020 project, specific cooperation is expected on issues related to the observation of air quality while in movement and interoperability of IoT platforms during the H2020 symbIoTe project.
  • Fraunhofer IOSB, Karlsruhe, Germany – formal collaboration started during FP7 of the OpenIoT project, and continues during the H2020 symbIoTe project to develop “smart campus” solutions.
  • EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland – many years of cooperation in the field of continuous processing of data flows that resulted in joint publications in journals indexed by WoS, there is a scientific cooperation agreement between FER and the LSIR Laboratory (lead by Prof. Karl Aberer).
  • Telecommunications Research Center Vienna (FTW), Vienna, Austria – a three-year bilateral collaboration on the strategic research project “Energy Efficient M2M Communication” involving 2 researchers and 2 doctoral students. The goal is to reduce energy consumption in machine-to-machine communication. Communication uses a rich user presence for machines, thereby reducing the energy required for communication.
  • Ericsson Nikola Tesla – many years of collaboration on research projects, in various fields. For the last 3 years, the M2M Communication Challenges project has explored various research issues in machine communication, such as standardization aspects, addressability and availability of devices on local networks, unique device addressing.
  • HAKOM – multi-year cooperation involving research in the field of development of the concept of the Croatian ecosystem for providing complex services based on cloud computing and machine communication (M2M – Machine-to-Machine) within the single European electronic communications market. Particular attention is paid to the standardization and regulatory aspects of machine communications and their impact on the electronic communications market.
  • Agrokor – analysis of the application of RFID technology, development of solutions for the analysis of the most visited parts of Konzum stores.