IoT-EPI is a European Initiative for IoT platform development

The IoT-European Platforms Initiative (IoT-EPI) was formed to build a vibrant and sustainable IoT-ecosystem in Europe, maximising the opportunities for platform development, interoperability and information sharing.

Seven leading research and innovation projects make their technology accessible to 3rd parties. In addition, strong support & funding structure (open calls, workshops) fosters further collaboration.

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    TagItSmart announces Winners of 1st Open Call

    Our project TagItSmart is happy to announce six winning proposals of the first Open Call. TagItSmart received 24 proposals in total. The goal of TagItSmart is to create a “smart tags driven service platform for enabling ecosystems of connected objects”. The next chance to submit proposals will be in September 2017. Find more relevant information […]

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  • biotope-helsinki-opencall

    Meet bIoTope Project: Open Call and Pilot in Electrical Vehicles Charging (Helsinki)

    bIoTope is one of seven research and innovation projects of IoT-EPI. The project lays the foundation for creating open innovation ecosystems by providing a platform that enables companies to easily create new IoT systems and to rapidly harness available information.  Industry of interest are energy efficiency, electric cars, traffic, mobility and more. bIoTopes open call […]

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  • hackathon-geneva-winners

    Highlights of Hackathon at IoT Week Geneva 2017

    IoT Week, taking place every year in Europe, is considered to be one of the leading conference in the IoT space. This year’s summit in Geneva, in addition to the regular speeches and exhibitors, was enriched by a Hackathon inspired by the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The four-day long Hackathon gathered teams from the Ukraine, […]

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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 68871