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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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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Best of IoT-EPI at IoT Week Geneva 2017

The annual IoT Week highlights major development in the area Internet of Things. From the 6th until the 9th of June researchers, developers, SMEs and large industries came together in Geneva. Important topics like emerging technologies, privacy and industry 4.0 were discussed at the 7th IoT Week. As part of the conference the European Platforms […]

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Impressions IoT Week Geneva 2017

IoT-EPI joined IoT Week Geneva to discuss the latest developments in the Internet of Things. In addition to that IoT-EPI held a separate meetup at the co-working space Impact Hub, to engage with the local startup community. Here are some impressions of the conference and the meetup.

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Upcoming Events

Tech Open Air 2017

Berlin, Germany



Smart Cities Live London

London, UK



Nordic Smart Cities Live

Stockholm, Sweden

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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