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Technology Projects

In-JeT is involved in technological research projects because we want to strengthen our technology base for the products and services we offer in all our business domains. Leading-edge technologies are the driving force for the development of the Future Internet and the tremendous growth in new Internet Based Services. We want to go beyond just understanding the technology – we want to develop it!

Through our technology research projects we also get to understand the applications that can be build with the use of the new technologies, and very often we start application oriented research projects based on previously developed technologies. This was, as an example, the case of the Hydra middleware, which formed the foundation for the application oriented research projects REACTION (in eHealth), ebbits (in Smart Society) and several other of our projects.

The main aims of our research activities are:

  • to develop technologies that support new, intelligent Internet Based Services for the Future Internet; Internet of Things and Internet of Services - and can become core cloud enabling technologies for services that includes machine-to-machine communication;
  • developing applications using service oriented architecture (SOA), Model Driven Development, interoperability and self-configuration of devices, context awareness, intelligent service orchestration, robustness and scalability of services;
  • to increase our knowledge of communication infrastructures for Internet Based Services, including Peer-to-Peer communication, wireless sensor networks, cognitive networks and distributed intelligence.

Below is a list of our present and past Technology projects.


The Hydra project developed middleware for Networked Embedded Systems. The middleware allows developers to incorporate heterogeneous physical devices into their applications by offering easy-to-use web service interfaces for controlling any type of physical device irrespective of its network technology. Hydra enabled devices and services can be secure and trustworthy through distributed security and social trust components of the middleware. The outcomes of the Hydra project are now being offered commercially as the LinkSmart® middleware. The Hydra project also led to a large number of new projects based on the middleware, such as REACTION, inCASA, ebbits, and GreenCom.

eu IP - Duration 4½ years (2006-2010) - Read more here…


The eu-DOMAIN project developed a innovative European ambient intelligence service platform for automatic, context sensitive offering and contracting of mobile web services across heterogeneous networks. The service platform interconnects people, devices, buildings and content in an interoperable network and can be deployed in a broad range of industrial, government, healthcare and other citizen centred applications. The eu-DOMAIN project paved the way for more targeted project such as Hydra.

eu STREP - Duration 3 years (2004-2007) - Read more here…


TThe purpose of the EPCiR project was to investigate and evaluate technical platforms and protocols for pervasive computing and to establish a platform for further research and innovation projects. The project delivered knowledge of pervasive computing platforms from three perspectives: usage, infrastructure and security. Also an assessment of the business potential of such platforms was undertaken. The platform was further developed in the eu-DOMAIN project.

dk ISIS Katrinebjerg – Duration ½ year (2003) - Read more here…

Technology Research Policy

As part of the involvement in the European research arena, we have a very strong position in Europe considering the size of In-JeT. We have strong personal links to the European Commission DG INFSO and participate in a number of clusters of research projects such as the FInES cluster (Future Internet and Enterprise Systems), the IERC cluster (Cluster of European projects on the Internet of Things), and the Monitoring and Control Cluster.

Our knowledge of European research and European research policies have paved the way for participation in national research policy activities. Below is a list of our present and past technology research policy projects.


DICTAT is a Danish network for improved access to European research programs and new EU initiatives in the ICT area under the auspices of the Confederation of Danish Industries, section of ICT industries. DICTAT brings researchers from universities, institutions and industry together with the aim to align Danish research strongholds with the European Research Areas in several research areas related to Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).

dk The Danish Council for Strategic Research – Duration 2 years (2010-2011) - Read more here…


The project aimed to operate a network within selected Danish strategic research areas: ICT technologies and applications for wireless communications and mobility. The network addressed companies and universities with the aim to help them become major participants or coordinators on applications to the EU 7th Framework Programme in ICT. The network submitted 17 proposals with a total budget of 175 m€.

dk Agency for Research and Innovation – Duration 2½ years (2006-2009) - Read more here…