Big Goals Drive Euro Alliance for IoT Innovation

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is on a trajectory to connect 45 billion things by 2020.
So the European Commission Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation Structurecreated the Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation (AIOTI) to develop a dynamic IoT ecosystem in Europe.
In large part, this aims to leverage the unique opportunity of new markets to invigorate Europe’s industry, address demographic changes, and transform growing cities into bustling innovation hubs.

ST is one of the 21 founding members of AIOTI.

In already completed phase 1 efforts, the alliance has already defined the reference for the new IoT Large Scale Pilots (LSP) program, which the European Commission plans to deploy this year.
One of the EU’s Horizon 2020 work programs (the European program for Research & Development), the LSP program has received $100 million in funding.
Its goal is to evaluate a set of use cases around five main projects on a large scale.
These projects–Smart Living for Aging Well; Smart Farming; Wearables; Smart Cities; and Smart Mobility–are all closely aligned with ST’s strategic interests.
As a result, the ST has made significant contributions to the set of reports published by the AIOTI that provide recommendations and guidelines related to the LSP program.

Going forward, ST has been appointed as a technology enabler for three of the projects: Smart Living
Smart Farming
Smart Mobility
ST will continue to participate and contribute to the other projects, as well.

The Alliance is organizing an important matchmaking event to be held in Brussels in mid-February. The private event requires an invitation, which can be requested here.

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