IoT Week 2022 @ Dublin, Ireland
Jun 20 – Jun 23 all-day

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Uncovering the Impact of AI, blockchain, quantum computing, AR/VR, Robotics, and new digital innovations.

The Internet of Things (IoT) technologies are heavily interwoven within everyday present life and tomorrow will impact even more. In a new Post-COVID era, IoT is accelerating and facilitating new trends such as home working, new mobility challenges and the digitalisation of the economy.

At the edition of the IoT Week in Dublin 2022, discover its impact on Artificial Intelligence, blockchain, quantum computing, AR/VR, Robotics, and new digital innovations. The future of IoT will undoubtedly create positive evolution in all sectors of activity, improving the way we live and work in a safer and more sustainable way.

NGIoT at IoT Week 22

The IoT Week 2022 Programme features a half-day session with NGIoT highlighting the growing vibrant EU IoT Ecosystem as well as a workshop.

Tuesday 21 June, EU-IoT: The NGIoT Initiative – 13.45 – 18.30 CEST

In this session, the future European roadmap for research and innovation, a result of aligned input from different tasks, including the outcomes of stakeholder engagements, surveys and workshops will be presented to provide an overview of the key themes, topics and trends facing the future of IoT. The session will look towards the main levers and drivers of adoption and emerging technology trends and the key gaps remaining for scaling industrial investment.

Join in on the discussion and provide your own opinion on key trends and gaps affecting the widescale adoption of the intelligent and decentralised near and far edge.

Agenda and speakers:

The Future of IoT on the edge. Strategic directions for the Next-generation of IoT. Evolution of European NGIoT technologies and applications on the edge.

  • Monique Calisti, CEO Martel Innovate, EU-IoT Coordinator, Board Member ADRA partnership
  • Rolf Riemenschneider, Unit E4, DG CNECT, European Commission
  • Federico Facca, CTO, Martel Innovate, NGIoT Project 
  • Tanya Suárez, CEO BluSpecs, Board Member AIOTI and QUIC, EU-IoT

Approaching the edge of the NGIoT. Exploring the drivers of adoption. Round table discussion with audience Q&A: From working on the cloud to achieving intelligent edge

  • Florin-Calin Paun, Chief Science Officer, RAFAUT Group
  • Emerald de Leeuw, Global Head of Privacy, Logitech
  • Rolf Riemenschneider, Head of Sector IoT, DG CNECT, European Commission
  • Paul Delaney, Commercial Director, Cellnex Ireland 
  • Tanya Suárez (M), CEO BluSpecs, Founder IoT Tribe, Board Member AIOTI and QUIC

Standards and Open-source as enablers. How standardisation across Europe and an open source approach is key to the realisation of the NGIoT

  • Rute Sofia, IIoT Competence Centre Head, Fortiss, EU-IoT 
  • John Soldatos, Consultant, Netcompany-Intrasoft, EU-IoT

Further opportunities for participating in the NGIoT

  • Rolf Riemenschneider, Unit E4, DG CNECT, European Commission
  • Monique Calisti, CEO Martel Innovate, EU-IoT Coordinator, Board Member ADRA partnership


23 June from 9.00 to 10.30  Advancing at the Edge of Convergence by NGIoT (EU-IoT)

This session will feature the IoT projects and demonstrate use cases of IoT in the domains of Energy, Manufacturing, Agriculture, Automotive and Small Ports. The session will also feature the results and upcoming opportunities of the projects’ open calls.  

Format: 15 mins per project for presentation of use cases.

More information here:


HIPEAC 2022 | DL4IoT: Workshop on Deep Learning for IoT @ Budapest, Hungary
Jun 20 @ 2:00 pm – Jun 22 @ 5:30 pm

The HiPEAC 2022 conference will take place in Budapest (Hungary), as a F2F event, from the 20th to the 22nd of June, 2022.


VEDLIoT workshop DL4IoT: Workshop on Deep Learning for IoT – 20 June from 14:00 – 17.30 CEST.

The use of AI in IoT applications dramatically extends the capabilities of IoT systems and their application areas. These new, next-generation IoT architectures allow for processing vast amounts of data collected in distributed systems, affecting areas like transportation (e.g. self-driving cars), automation (e.g. robotization or predictive maintenance), and our homes (e.g. assisted living). Teaching the IoT to learn imposes a number of new challenges. New hardware and accelerator concepts are required for efficient data processing in a distributed environment. Also, significant improvements on the toolchain are required to bridge between AI and IoT developers. Furthermore, security, privacy, or robustness for such systems becomes a critical challenge, being essential for most application domains. The workshop aims at discussing challenges and solutions related to the exploitation of artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning (DL) for handling the large complexity of IoT applications.

Click here for more information on the workshop

VEDLIoT at Embedded World 2022
Jun 21 – Jun 23 all-day
VEDLIoT at Embedded World 2022

VEDLIoT will take part in embedded world – the global platform of the embedded community, which takes place 21 – 23 June 2022.

Whether it’s the safety of electronic systems, distributed intelligence, the Internet of Things or e-mobility and energy efficiency – the embedded world trade fair lets you experience the whole world of embedded systems.

Discover the innovations of the embedded sector, meet experts and win new customers. embedded world offers the entire spectrum – from components, modules and complete systems to operating systems, hardware and software and services.

The new event concept combines the established embedded world with all the advantages of the digital world!

The focus is on the exhibition on site in Nuremberg with a sophisticated hygiene concept. In addition, we offer digital components via the talque platform – so we can enable the entire embedded community distributed around the globe to participate in embedded world.

More information

EU-IoT IDEAthon/Hackathon 2021/22 @ Munich, Germany
Jun 27 – Jun 28 all-day


The EU-IoT Hackathon focuses on “sustainable next generation IoT applications”. We invite you to bring your ideas and to develop solutions that address IoT skills training, IoT sustainable business models, IoT novel technical solutions in the context of 6 challenge domains: IoT interfaces, far Edge, near Edge, infrastructure, and also: a specific challenge domain of the European Factory Platform (EFPF), with focus on manufacturing. It will take place between 27th-29th June 2022, in Munich (Germany). The hackathon is co-located with CONASENSE2022.

The aim of the EU-IoT Hackathon is to disseminate new business ideas, experiments and prototypes as first step to best support next generation sustainable IoT solutions.

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Download here the CONASENSE2022 and EU-IoT/EFPF Hackathon programme

Challenge Domains

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IoT Interfaces

Augmented Reality Interfaces based on the Smart Mirror concept

Smart mirrors are a common tool in environments such as home automation, or even retail. The starting point for this challenge is the use of a smart mirror as an IoT hub to the real world.
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Far Edge

Sustainable IoT via TinyML

Tiny machine learning (TinyML) relates with the application of ML on constrained devices with low power, to perform data analytics without necessarily being connected to the Cloud.
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Near Edge

Sustainable MEC applications

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Simulating Time-sensitive and Deterministic networking IoT applications

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Data Spaces

Sustainable, user-centric smart mobility

The focus of this challenge is to, based on the analysis of mobility data, come up with ideas and apps that may assist a better functioning of a smart region.
This may relate, for instance, on the development of a solution that can provide real-time information about points of interest in a city.
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European Factory Platform

IoT services for Manufacturing

  • Sub-challenge EFPF1: Semantic matchmaking for the support of environmental monitoring of the shop-floor. You will be using the open-source EFPF TSMatch gateway to improve the existing apps, or to improve the interconnection between TSMatch and the EFPF Data spine.
  • Sub-challenge EFPF2: Evaluate the EFPF SDK in developing digital smart manufacturing applications. You will be using the EFPF SDK studio to create applications.
  • Sub-challenge EFPF3: Evaluate the usability of the Data Spine for the creation of composite applications. You will be testing the EFPF Data Spine and its usability, proposing specific improvements.
  • Sub-challenge EFPF4: Analyse industrial data coming from EFPF partners and provide insights based on the EFPF analytics tools. You will be working with open-source Machine Learning Libraries and propose applications for the visualization and analysis of industrial data.

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Types of projects

  • Technical projects: where the focus is on the development of a technical solution to address the challenge. The outcome shall be provided in the form of open-source code to be uploaded to the EU-IoT Hackathon git repository.
  • Training skills projects: where the focus is on the development of a training tool to be available online which addresses the specific proposed challenge. Outcome can be: a Web-based training tool; a Tutorial (e.g., PowerPoint, video), etc.
  • Prototype Business/Design ideas: where the focus is on the development of a business framework for an IoT solution.


  • Team registration and challenge selection: 15.05.2022
  • EU-IoT Hackathon preparation event (online): 30.05.2022
  • Hackathon: 27th-29th June 2022, co-located with the CONASENSE 2022 symposium in Munich, Germany


  • EU-IoT Challenges Award – UnternehmerTUM Makerspace Award – first prize. Corresponds to 1-year membership for incubation in the UnternehmerTUM Makerspace in Munich for the best project overall, across all domains and project categories.
  • EU-IoT Challenges Award – IoT Week 2023 Ticket – second prize. One free registration for 1 person of a team, full programme of the IoT Week 2023.
  • EU-IoT Challenges Award IoT-starter kit – All winning teams (3). IoT starter kit provided to each team member of the 3 winning teams.
  • EFPF Challenges Award – 1st prize. 1 smartphone valued at 600 Euros.
  • EFPF Challenges Award – 2nd prize. Smart home kit valued at 300 Euros.
  • EFPF Challenges Award – 3rd prize. IoT starter kit valued at 200 Euros
  • EFPF Challenges Award – 4th prize. IoT starter it valued at 100 Euros.
  • UNIVESP Awards (Brazil): Awards are provided locally by UNIVESP and are under definition.


Join us in Slack!:



  • fortiss GmbH (Mitula Donga, Rute C. Sofia); UnternhemerTUM Makerspace GmbH (Florian Küster)

Technical Committees

  • EU-IoT Committee: Rute Sofia (fortiss), Lamprini Kolovou (Martel); John Soldatos (Intracom); Mirko Presser (Aarhus University); Brendan Rowan (Bluspecs)
  • EFPF Committee: Mitula Donga (fortiss), Alexandros Nizami (ITI-CERTH), Florian Jasche (Fraunhofer FIT), Ingo Martens (Hanse Aerospace); Carlos Coutinho (Caixa Mágica), Usman Wajid (Information Catalyst)
  • UNIVESP Committee (Brazil pole): Ricardo Edgard Caceffo (UNIVESP); Rodolfo Jardim de Azevedo (UNIVESP); Higor Amario de Souza (UNIVESP)


This Hackathon is partially supported by the H2020 projects EFPF (co-funded by the Horizon2020 Program of the European Commission. Grant Agreement number 825075) and EU-IoT (co-funded by the Horizon 2020 Programme of the European Commission, Grant Agreement number 956671)

Hackathon sponsors

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Promotional Partners

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EU-IoT and OntoCommons Workshop @ Online
Jul 7 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm


EU-IoT and OntoCommons Workshop – Ontological interoperability, standardisation recommendations discussion

This online meeting is jointly organised by the Cooperation and Support Actions EU-IoT and OntoCommons. EU-IoT is working together with different standards developments organisations and supporting different Research and Innovation Activities (RIAs) to derive research recommendations and a fine-grained mapping of knowledge areas to standardisations with focus on IoT and Edge computing across different vertical domains. OntoCommons is collaborating with existing European and international initiatives which focus on the standardisation of documentation based on ontologies. The project aims to establish synergies with all relevant bodies and initiatives to ensure that it represents the interests of their stakeholder groups and that it carries over their key recommendations, roadmaps and requirements as part of the OntoCommons activities.

The meeting theme concerns semantic interoperability and specifically, the role of ontologies in providing interoperability. Semantic interoperability is one of the key pillars of open and flexible IoT systems. Ontologies are a key component of semantic interoperability, as they provide the foundation and capability for machines to interpret, infer knowledge from different data sets. Ontologies are, however, often vendor or protocol-based, and therefore, building universal ontologies or addressing mechanisms that can support an adequate interconnection across different ontologies is time-consuming and error-prone.

To assist in overcoming the mentioned challenges, this online workshop shall be dedicated to the discussion on the current status of ontological interoperability, provided by different key stakeholders and also provide a panel discussion for recommendations that can facilitate a better deployment of ontological interoperability across different vertical domains.

The expected outcome of this meeting is:

  • An overview of key priorities and challenges being addressed by different SDOs, e.g., AIOTI, BDVA/DAIRO, IAOTA, NIST, etc.
  • Feedback on recommendations that should be addressed in projects.
  • Additional suggestions for the coordination of standardization efforts.

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15:00 – 15:10 Welcome

  • Rute C. Sofia (fortiss/CSA EU-IoT) and Hedi Karray (OntoCommons/Technical Coordinator CSA ENIT)

15:10 – 15:20

  • EU-IoT overview,Lamprini Kolovou (Martel/Project Manager CSA EU-IoT)
  • OntoCommons overview, Hedi Karray (ENIT/CSA OntoCommons)

15:20 – 15:30  Interaction session 1

  • Poll on Ontological interoperability (aspects) – what is important, on which domain do you apply them, set of challenges, etc.

15:30 – 16:35  Session I: Perspectives on Ontological Interoperability, challenges and key priorities


  • StandICT/OntoCommons Technical Working, Arkopaul Sarkar (ENIT) and Ray Walshe (DCU)
  • EU-IoT, Standardisation and Open-Source activities, Rute Sofia (fortiss/EU-IoT)
  • OpenDEI focus on standardisation, Antonio Kung (Trialog)
  • AIOTI Working Group Standardisation priorities, Laura Daniele (TNO)
  • SmartM2M (ETSI SAREF), Mauro Dragoni (Fondazione Bruno Kessler)

Questions and answers

16:35 – 16:45   Interaction session 2:  Challenges and key priorities – your perspective

  • Challenges 
  • Priorities

16:45 – 17:50   Panel: Recommendations for ontological interoperability across vertical domains


  • IAOA – Stefano Borgo (CNR)
  • NIST – Boonserm Kulvatunyou (NIST)
  • ETSI – Mauro Dragoni (FBK) 
  • AIOTI WG Standardisation – Laura Daniele (TNO)

Questions and answers

17:50 – 18:00  Summary and closure

  • Hedi Karray (OntoCommons coordinator)
  • Rute C. Sofia (fortiss/EU-IoT)

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