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The ALMANAC project (Reliable Smart Secure Internet Of Things For Smart Cities) is developing a service delivery platform that integrates Smart City Information System for green and sustainable Smart City applications. The ALMANAC Smart City Platform collects, aggregates, and analyses real-time or near real-time data from heterogeneous sensors and actuators to support Smart City processes. The key element of the platform is a middleware based on a SOA architecture supporting semantic interoperability of heterogeneous resources, devices, services and data management. The middleware supports various Smart City applications by leveraging on a communication network built dynamically by federating private and public networks.

The BEMO-COFRA project will develop an innovative distributed framework allowing networked monitoring and control of large-scale complex systems. The integration of heterogeneous smart objects, legacy devices and sub-systems will achieve overall systems’ efficiency with respect to energy and raw materials and support holistic management. The main envisaged outcomes and results will provide a highly relevant industrial impact, by improving factories productivity through the adoption of distributed control architectures and innovative MES systems.

The goal of COMPOSITION is to develop an integrated information management system (IIMS) which optimises the internal production processes by exploiting existing data, knowledge and tools to increase productivity and dynamically adapt to changing market requirements. The project will also develop an ecosystem to support the interchange of data and services between factories and their suppliers with the aim to invite new market actors into the supply chain.

The ebbits project does research in architecture, technologies and processes, which allow businesses to semantically integrate the Internet of Things into mainstream enterprise systems and support interoperable end-to-end business applications. It will provide semantic resolution to the Internet of Things and hence present a new bridge between backend enterprise applications, people, services and the physical world. The ebbits platform features a Service oriented Architecture (SoA) based on open protocols and middleware, effectively transforming every subsystem or device into a web service with semantic resolution. The ebbits platform thus enables the convergence of the Internet of People (IoP), the Internet of Things (IoT) and the Internet of Services (IoS) into the “Internet of People, Things and Services (IoPTS)” for business purposes.

eDemocracy Projects
In-JeT is involved in several eDemocracy deployment projects because we want to strengthen our knowledge base for the products and services we offer in this domain. This article lists our past and present eDemocracy projects.

eHealth Projects

In-JeT ApS is and has been involved in several eHealth research and deployment projects because we want to strengthen our knowledge base and acquire state-of-the-art technology for the products and services we offer in the healthcare domain. This article lists our past and present eHealth projects.

The aim of the eParticipate project was to help Local Authorities use webcasting as a means to re-engage citizens in the democratic process and broaden the participation of citizens. This was done by deploying an eParticipation multimedia webcasting platform with "best of breed" applications that made it easier for citizens to get involved in the democratic process. The core of eParticipate is the public-i webcasting system that wraps functionality around these streaming media technologies which means that it can make use of cutting edge components while at the same time tailoring the end product closely to the needs of its market. By wrapping contextual information - both textual and graphical - around the encoded live video stream,

Enabling Pervasive Computing in Reality (EPCiR) was a 6-months national project funded by the ISIS Katrinebjerg organisation. The purpose of was to investigate and evaluate technical platforms and protocols for pervasive computing and to establish a platform for further research and innovation projects.

The eu-DOMAIN project developed an innovative European ambient intelligence service platform for automatic, context sensitive offering and contracting of mobile web services across heterogeneous networks. The purpose of the eu-DOMAIN service platform was to interconnect people, devices, buildings and content in an interoperable network.

The GreenCom Smart Energy Management System (SEMS) collects aggregates and analyses real-time or near real-time consumption data from appliances, smart home devices, sensors and actuators and smart meters, via an independent data communication network. The GreenCom SEMS allows decision support and implements intelligent control of the consumption devices as well as management of local energy generating and storage installations. The GreenCom Smart Energy System will allow management of energy demand through intelligent control of the consumption devices and manage local energy generating and storage installations. The demand control will be based on individual consumer contracts with attractive tariffs, reward/penalty clauses and other value based elements.

HIL - Healthcare Innovation Lab
The Healthcare Innovation Lab project aimed to develop a business plan for an actual Healthcare Innovation Laboratory to serve as the setting for a public-private partnership on innovation (PPI). The partnership includes businesses, hospitals, knowledge institutions and research institutes, as well as patients and their families. The potential for systematically developing and testing the simulation process as a user driven method is demonstrated through a number of specific business cases in close collaboration with hospitals, knowledge institutions and the private sector.

HIT - Heart Insufficiency Telemedicine
The HIT project aims to demonstrate the use of telemedicine in the treatment of patients with newly diagnosed heart insufficiency. Three Chronic Heart Failure (CHF) clinics in the region cooperate with private commercial partners to establish and evaluate the use of telemedicine.

Networked Embedded System middleware for Heterogeneous physical devices in a distributed architecture (Hydra) 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.

The aim of the IMPRESS project is to provide a Systems Development Platform (SDP) which enables cost effective development of mixed critical complex systems involving Internet of Things and their services and at the same time facilitates the interplay with users and external systems. The holistic interplay of things, systems, people, and services will contribute the underlying technologies needed to enable a sustainable and smarter society.

The inCASA project created citizen-centric technologies and a services network to help and protect frail elderly people, prolonging the time they can live well in their own home. The goal was to be achieved by five different pilots across Europe who will integrate solutions and services for health and environment monitoring in order to profile user behaviour. The inCASA pilots ran in France, Greece, Italy, Spain and the UK. Data was made available to care services through a Smart Personal Platform with an embedded Behaviour Analysis Application.