CIOP-PIB participates in new Horizon2020 research project ASSIST-IOT

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CIOP-PIB, our Polish PEROSH member, is a partner in an international project Architecture for Scalable, Self-*, human-centric, Intelligent, Secure, and Tactile next generation IoT (ASSIST-IoT). The project is conducted under Horizon2020 Research and Innovation action (Grant Agreement no. 957258) for 3 years, from 2020 to 2023.

General information

ASSIST-IoT project aims at designing, implementing and validating of an open, decentralized reference architecture, associated enablers, services and tools, for assisting human-centric applications in multiple verticals. ASSIST-IoT project will design, implement and validate, in a realistic, measurable, and replicable way, a unified innovative multi-plane (semi-)autonomous decentralized edge-cloud reference architecture, supplemented by cross-cutting digital enablers. The architecture will support continuous integration and long-term sustainability of domain-agnostic, interoperable, self-* capable, intelligent, distributed, scalable, secure and trustworthy IoT ecosystems.

ASSIST-IoT project will assess and verify its results in three pilots representing:

  • port automation,
  • smart safety of workers,
  • cohesive vehicle monitoring and diagnostics.

Project Consortium

The project consortium consists of 15 partners from 7 countries. The project is coordinated by UPV – Universitat Politecnica de Valencia from Spain.

CIOP-PIB’s contribution

Together with Mostostal Warszawa S.A. and Orange Polska S.A., CIOP-PIB is engaged in the Smart safety of workers pilot. The main responsibility of the CIOP-PIB team is to present the benefits of the ASSIST-IoT approach aimed at increasing occupational safety and health in a constantly changing working environment represented by a construction site. CIOP-PIB also leads the task on the Legal and Regulatory Requirement Analysis and Specification for the ASSIST-IoT system.

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