symbIoTe Open Call 1: platforms
Targeting IoT platform owners to join the symbIoTe ecosystem
About symbIoTe Open Call 1: platf...
Funding per team: 40,000€
Total amount of funding for the call: 120,000€
Topic: Call for symbIoTe Level-1 compliant IoT platforms
Industries of interest: Owners/providers of IoT platforms
Web site: www.symbiote-h2020.eu/index.php/1st-open-call/
This first Open Call aims to attract owners/providers of IoT platforms that are interested in becoming part of the symbIoTe ecosystem. The accepted platforms should have a Cloud-based backend and will be requested to open up interfaces (APIs) for advertising and offering IoT resources. Furthermore, the platform must integrate a symbIoTe middleware that will run in the Cloud, interacting with the Cloud-based part of the IoT Platform.
This interaction will enable semantic interoperability and open access to virtualized IoT resources (chosen by the platform and made discoverable via the symbIoTe Core Services). The access to those devices will stay under the control of the platform provider while being enabled through the respective interface. In addition to open access, symbIoTe also supports authenticated and authorized access to IoT resources.
Preferred platforms should target the Smart Residence / Office / Building / Campus and Smart Cities (including mobility and citizen involvement) sectors, without however excluding platforms active in other sectors. In any case, applicants should be able to show how their business plans will benefit from their platform becoming interoperable through the symbIoTe solution.
Eligible applicants for the first symbIoTe Open Call are any legal entities (SME's, startups, companies, research centers or universities) that own/provide an IoT platform. Only single parties may apply for the Open Call (no consortia are allowed). However, applicants are encouraged to describe the entire team that will support the specific 'project'. Applicants can only be selected for funding for only one proposal in this first Open Call. The proposal must be submitted in English.
Funds up to €40K
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