Current R&D Projects

  • I-Moco logo

    The broad IMOCO4.E challenge is to bridge the gap between the latest research results and best industrial practice in digital twins, AI and advanced mechatronic motion control systems.

  • Sentinel logo

    Over 25 million European SMEs/MEs, central within EU enterprise policy, face multiple challenges related to personal data protection; SENTINEL aspires to bridge this gap by boosting SMEs/MEs capabilities in this domain through innovation at a cost-effective level.

  • Marvel logo

    A disruptive Edge-to-Fog-to-Cloud ubiquitous computing framework, handling, processing and delivering data from millions of devices around the world is a complex and remarkable feat that hinges on edge computing systems.

  • enerman logo

    With an increasing demand in energy, and thus leading to increased CO2 emissions, by the manufacturing sites all over the world, there is a growing need of an efficient energy management tool aiming at the optimization of these processes.

  • cyrene logo

    Despite the socio-economic importance of tools and techniques for handling security threats there is still no easy, structured, standardized and trusted way to forecast, prevent and manage interrelated and propagated cybersecurity vulnerabilities and threats in a way that takes into account the heterogeneity and complexity of today’s supply chains.

  • 25by25

    The ‘25 by 25’ project aims to support and encourage young people aged 15 to 21 years old to increase their interaction with cultural activities and experiences. The project will develop a matrix of European cultural activities for youths to help them achieve the goal of learning and developing their skills and knowledge through 25 meaningful cultural experiences by the age of 25 years old.

  • adacorsa

    ADACORSA targets to strengthen the European drone industry and increase public and regulatory acceptance of BVLOS (beyond visual line-of-sight) drones, by demonstrating technologies for safe, reliable and secure drone operation in all situations and flight phases.

  • ENSURESEC

    ENSURESEC aims to minimize the impact of security incidents on interconnected services and ensure that all involved actors are kept informed. The project combines an automatic, rigorous, distributed and open-source toolkit for protecting e-commerce by monitoring the impact of threats in physical spaces and launching a campaign for training SMEs and citizens to create awareness and trust.

  • HEIR

    The vision of HEIR is to provide a thorough threat identification and cybersecurity knowledge base system addressing both local (in the hospital / medical centre) and global (including different stakeholders) levels, that comprises real time threat hunting services, facilitated by advanced machine learning technologies.