The bIoTope Project

The Internet of Things (IoT) brings opportunities to create new services and products, reducing costs for societies, and changing how services are sold and consumed. A critical obstacle to further IoT innovation is the “vertical silos” that shape today’s IoT landscape. These silos impede the creation of cross-industry, cross-platform and cross-organisational services due to their lack of interoperability and openness.

The bIoTope project lays the foundation for creating open innovation ecosystems by providing a platform that enables companies to easily create new IoT systems and to rapidly harness available information using advanced Systems-of-Systems (SoS) capabilities for Connected Smart Objects – with minimal investment.

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25 bIoTope researchers worked together 2 full days at the EPFL campus in Lausanne preparing the use case demonstrators of the project.

 First working results of these use cases for smart mobility, smart waste management and other where discussed and demonstrated as well as the IoT B&B platform and OMI/ODF tools.  Overall all elements of the bIoTope toolbox where on the agenda as a general rehearsal for the first period review happening in August and September.…

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Aalto University researchers Anssi Smedlund, Petra Turkama and Heini Ikävalko presented a paper: Framework for Firm Strategies in Open Internet of Things Ecosystems at the World Open Innovation Conference in Barcelona, 9-10 December 2016.

The paper presents the framework for companies' IoT ecosystem strategies developed in the bIoTope project, with mini case studies of bIoTope companies.
 
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The bIoTope project is one of several projects that comprise the IoT European Platform Initiative (IoT-EPI) under the European Union's Horizon 2020 Programme. Follow the latest activities of the IoT-EPI cluster on Twitter at @IoT-EPI.

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The bIoTope project receives funding under the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under grant agreement No. 688203. The contents of this website do not necessarily reflect the position of the European Commission and the European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains.