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Konnekt-able Technologies

Konnekt-able Technologies Limited
Country: Ireland
11 Projects, page 1 of 3
  • Funder: EC Project Code: 610725
    Partners: Virtualware, TEKNOLOGIAN TUTKIMUSKESKUS VTT OY, INTRASOFT INTERNATIONAL SA, Hasselt University, TU/e, Konnekt-able Technologies, GSI, NUA, RGU, ATOS SPAIN SA...
  • Funder: EC Project Code: 607814
    Partners: ESRI PORTUGAL, INOVA+, CUH, PSCE, Crisis Training, National Centre of Scientific Research Demokritos, ED, SIVECO (Romania), UCY, Koç University...
  • Open Access mandate for Publications and Research data
    Funder: EC Project Code: 780754
    Overall Budget: 4,848,010 EURFunder Contribution: 4,848,010 EUR
    Partners: Inlecom Systems (United Kingdom), CNR, PRES, UPMC, Hasselt University, FHG, CML, UZH, VODAFONE INNOVUS SA, OCTO TELEMATICS SPA...

    Track&Know will research, develop and exploit a new software framework that aims at increasing the efficiency of Big Data applications in the transport, mobility, motor insurance and health sectors. Stemming from industrial cases, Track&Know will develop user friendly toolboxes that will be readily applicable in the addressed markets, and will be also investigated in additional domains through liaison activities with running ICT-15 Lighthouse projects. Track&Know integrates multidisciplinary research teams from Mobility Data management, Complex Event Recognition, Geospatial Modelling, Complex Network Analysis, Transportation Engineering and Visual Analytics to develop new models and applications. Track&Know recognizes that Big Data penetration is not adequately developed in niche markets outside the traditional verticals (e.g. Finance) and so the Track&Know Toolboxes will be demonstrated in three real-world Pilots using datasets from niche market scenarios to validate efficiency improvements. Performance and impact benchmarks are elaborated and will be documented during pilots deployment. The Track&Know consortium is composed by complementary partners, coming from addressed research, technological and commercial domains, that have a proven track record of high quality research capacity. Thus, the carefully structured workplan, embodies a holistic approach towards meeting the Track&Know objectives and delivering market-relevant outcomes of significant exploitation potential.

  • Open Access mandate for Publications and Research data
    Funder: EC Project Code: 824323
    Overall Budget: 1,997,280 EURFunder Contribution: 1,997,280 EUR
    Partners: VDI/VDE INNOVATION + TECHNIK GMBH, FEHRL, Konnekt-able Technologies, WEGEMT, EATEO, ECTRI, NATIONAL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS - NTUA, FIT Consulting (Italy), HUMANIST, SCIPEDIA SL...

    BE OPEN aims to create a common understanding on the practical impact of Open Science and to identify and put in place the mechanisms to make it a reality in transport research. Achieving Open Access to publications, making their underlying data FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) and open where possible, and using open and collaborative processes and infrastructure via the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) will be key factors in making transportation researchers share-reuse-reproduce science and in bringing such a critical sector closer to the society for enabling open innovation and citizen science.Openness, transparency, fairness, reproducibility of science are key aspects around which BE OPEN will seek to establish the ground rules for the transport research communities, ultimately establishing a community of transport research organizations willing to work on the basis of a commonly agreed “Open Science Code of Conduct”. To this end, BE OPEN has brought on board key transport and open science related communities in a two-fold action plan: to engage them in a participatory approach fostering a dialogue on Open Science (what exists, what should be done, how it should be done) among relevant stakeholders in Europe and around the world, and develop a detailed roadmap for the implementation of sustainable open science modules which include key practices, infrastructures, policies and business models, all taking into account the specificities of the transport research domain, and the use and integration of existing-infrastructures and the emerging EOSC initiative.

  • Open Access mandate for Publications and Research data
    Funder: EC Project Code: 826183
    Overall Budget: 4,999,440 EURFunder Contribution: 4,999,440 EUR
    Partners: NATIONAL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS - NTUA, VUB, PDM&FC, Intracom Telecom (Greece), EDGENEERING LDA, AIDEAS OU, HOSPITAL DO ESPIRITO SANTO DE EVORA EPE, SIVECO (Romania), HELLENIC MEDITERRANEAN UNIVERSITY, TECH INSPIRE LTD...

    Hospitals and care centres are prime targets for cyber criminals, especially concerning data theft, denial-of-service and ransomware. This reflects the need of Healthcare Institutions for a Holistic Cyber Security vulnerability assessment toolkit, that will be able to proactively assess and mitigate cyber-security threats known or unknown, imposed by devices and services within a corporate ecosystem. SPHINX aims to introduce a Universal Cyber Security Toolkit, thus enhancing the cyber protection of Health IT Ecosystem and ensuring the patient data privacy and integrity. SPHINX toolkit will provide an automated zero-touch device and service verification toolkit that will be easily adapted or embedded on existing, medical, clinical or health available infrastructures, whereas a user/admin will be able to choose from a number of available security services through SPHINX cyber security toolkit. The SPHINX toolkit will enable service providers to specify complete services and sell or advertise these through a secure and easy to use interface. SPHINX Toolkit will be validated through pan-European demonstrations in three different scenarios. The operational properties of the proposed cyber-security ecosystem and overall solution will be validated and evaluated against performance, effectiveness and usability indicators at three different countries (Romania, Portugal and Greece). Hospitals, care centers and device manufacturers participating in the project’s pilots will deploy and evaluate the solution at business as usual and emergency situations across various use case scenarios.