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|INLECOM Innovation Astiki Mi Kerdoskopiki Etaireia (INLE)|
INLECOM Innovation is the research arm of the INLECOM Group and It is a non-profit foundation, based in Athens, which undertakes innovative research in the areas of information technology as it applies to security, transport, logistics, healthcare and telecommunications.INLECOM is the project coordinator having large expertise in coordination and management activities gained from a series of FP7/H2020 projects that has coordinated (in the fields of Transport, Security, ICT etc.). INLECOM is also leading the Innovation Management and IPR Protection among other project WPs.
Universidad de Murcia (UMU)
The University of Murcia is a large University with approximately 36.000 students and 3.500 staff members. The research group participating in this project has experience in security in network infrastructure and the integration of intelligent techniques and agents based middleware platforms. UMU is active on project dissemination activities and contributing to the dissemination of scientific results of the project. From the technical point of view UMU contributes to the integration of the secure components and the technology deployment aspects in the pilots, as long as aspects and orchestration of security primitives and crypto components over the distributed scenario proposed.
ATOS IT Solutions and Services Iberia SL (ATOS)
ATOS is a global leader in digital transformation and European number one in Cloud, Cybersecurity and High-Performance Computing. The Group provides end-to-end Orchestrated Hybrid Cloud, Big Data, Business Applications and Digital Workplace solutions through its Digital Transformation Factory, as well as transactional services through Worldline, the European leader in the payment industry. With its cutting-edge technologies and industry knowledge, Atos supports the digital transformation of its clients across all business sectors ATOS is ERATOSTHENES technical manager while also contribute to the Identity Recovery mechanisms.
Sintef AS (SINTEF)
SINTEF is the fourth largest independent research organisation in Europe, with 2100 employees of which about 46% of the researchers hold a doctorate degree. The research group on Secure IoT Software, which participates in the project, is part of the Software and Service Innovation department within the Digital division, and focuses on research in software engineering and security. SINTEF is ERATOSTHENES quality manager and responsible for the data management and risks management tasks . Having particular expertise in lifecycle management in the area of IoT and trust in related environments, is leading the Automated Deployment of Trust Agents Automated recovery process of trust manage.
AIRBUS CyberSecurity SAS (AURBUS)
Airbus Cybersecurity SAS (ACS) is a subsidiary of Airbus Group providing high grade cyber-security services and solutions for private and public actors, including governments, companies, and critical infrastructures. ACS is established with 700 employees in3 home countries and several export countries. The portfolio of Airbus Cybersecurity includes cybersecurity testing and training services, cryptography, and access control, cyber-defense, OT security and SOC services. AIRBUS Cybersecurity supports the project in its objective of ensuring end-to-end trust and identity management, especially by ensuring compatibility of the overall solution to already existing standards in the area of ITS and industry 4.0
ENGINEERING – Ingegneria Informatica SPA (ENG)
ENGINEERING Ingegneria Informatica S.p.A. is the head company of the ENGINEERING Group. Founded in 1980. The Engineering Group serves clients in more than 20 countries, designing, developing and implementing innovative solutions for all major business areas in which digitalization has or will have the biggest impact. Engineering, with strong experience in IT and IoT/ICT systems is the system integrator in ERATOSTHENES leading the Framework integration, real-world pilots and cybersecurity exercises etc and the system integration. ENG also contributes to the rest of the integration, directly focusing on all actual pilots validation and deployment as well as impact assessment.
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KUL)
KU Leuven is currently by far the largest university in Belgium in terms of research funding and expenditure (EUR 522 million in 2019) and is a charter member of LERU. KU Leuven conducts fundamental and applied research in all academic disciplines with a clear international orientation. Since 1972 a multidisciplinary team of experts guides researchers in their interaction with industry and society, and the valorisation of their research results (resulting in more than 100 spin off companies). KU LUEVEN is leading ERATOSTHENES Dynamic Trust Management and Agents supported by their extensive experience in threat modelling and trust execution in IoT devices.
Technical University of Graz (TUG)
Graz University of Technology (Technische Universität Graz, TUG) is represented by the Institute for Applied Information Processing and Communications (IAIK). IAIK’s research is directed towards several applied as well as theoretical fields like computer networking, embedded systems, system-on-chip design, formal verification, computer security, information security, E-Government and eIDs, cryptography and cryptanalysis. TUG is leading the tasks on Advanced Self-encryption methods for data and identity exchange and Identity Recovery mechanisms respectively, having particular experience in self-encryption and identity recovery solutions. Further, TUG mainly support the trust framework definition and trust/identity management architecture.
University of Piraeus Research Center (UPRC)
The University of Piraeus (UPRC) facilitates the research activities of university members in different programmes and initiatives. In this context, the Department of Digital Systems (through UPRC) has been actively involved and coordinated a significant number of: (i) EU funded R&D projects, (ii) National projects funded by the Greek Ministry of Development and the General Secretariat of Research and Technology, and (iii) Projects developed in collaboration with enterprises (both international and national). UPRC mainly focus their effort in the development of the trust broker mechanism and on IoT Devices Network Enrolment mechanisms.
Idiada Automotive Technology SA (IDIADA)
IDIADA Automotive Technology S.A., as a global partner to the automotive industry, provides complete solutions for automotive development projects worldwide. IDIADA’s Technical has branch offices in European, American, and Asian countries with a work force of 1,600 employees in 20 countries. The core services IDIADA provides: Engineering, Proving Ground and Homologation. IDIADA has experience in defining systematic methodology that unifies the criteria for evaluating and validating active safety systems. IDIADA provides the first piloting case in ERATOSTHENES (the automotive case on connected vehicles).
Digital Worx Gmbh (DWG)
Digital Worx GmbH focuses on software development in the Internet of Things (IoT). The company has a strong focus on industrial costumer (B2B), serving IoT solutions for industrial enterprises as well as industrial SME. Digital worx was ranked in 2014 as top 30 European Company by European Investors Gate (EIG, IBM, Google and Microsoft). Digital worx is contributing activtly to standardization activities as a member of AIOTI (Alliance of Internet of Things Innovation), IEEE and the European Cybersecurity Agency ENISA.
DWG, as an IoT software development SME, is responsible for the pilots management and the ERATOSTHENES framework impact (incl. social) impact assessment.
Tellu IoT AS (TEL)
Tellu is market leader in welfare technologies in Norway. It serves about 25 000 elderly living at home with safety alarms and other welfare technologies such as camera-based supervision, e-lock, fall detection sensors, motion sensors, GPS tracking etc. Tellus main markets are currently the eHealth and home care market in Norway, and personnel safety market in Norway and the Netherlands. TEL is be another end-user in ERATOSTHENES and as such, it has a primal role in the end-user requirements and pilot scenarios definition. TEL also leads the pilot 2 implementation and validation activities and supports SINTEF in the Automated Deployment of Trust Agents and support horizontal activities in dissemination, communication and management reporting tasks
Eulambia Advanced Technologies Monoprosopi Etairia Periorismenis Euthinis (EUL)
EULAMBIA is a recently founded company as a spin-off from the Optical Communications and Photonics Technologies Laboratory of the University of Athens, Greece. Members of the company are highly qualified engineers and physicists having a Ph.D. degree in broadband communications, all optical signal processing and electro-optic system design. The areas of expertise of the company are photonics and microwave electronics for communications and sensing applications. EUL is the main developer of the Physical Unclonable Functions (PUFs) in ERATOSTHENES and leads the Physical Unclonable Functions for IdM.
DBC Europe (DBC)
DBC Europe S.A. was established in 2015 and its mission is to provide premium quality services and contribute in a constructive way to customers’ development management of projects. DBC Europe has extensive experience in data privacy and ethics management having a rich portfolio of EU customers in Industry, Public organisations and Academia and an active data privacy consulting role in several FP7/H2020 research projects. DBC Europe has a team of experts applying structured methodologies for GDPR compliance studies and designing/providing solutions that guarantee data protection and compliance with the existing regulations/standards. DBC Europe is leading the Dissemination, Exploitation, and Standardization Activities.