KITT4SME XtremeStream – Extending Libelium/HOPU solutions with edge computing

KITT4SME has enabled the opportunity to extend Libelium IoT hardware with edge computing capabilities via the Kitt4SME platform powered by FIWARE. The key benefits that edge computing are enabling via FogFlow, NGSI-LD and FIWARE as part of the kitt4SME ecosystem are:
❇ Extensibility of cloud computing to the edge with the same APIs (NGSI-LD).
❇ Data exposition minimization with the interconnection of the FIWARE Context Broker with the IoT Broker at the edge node; local data is directly accessible at the edge level, and global data is consumable on demand.
❇ Real-time operations with GDPR compliance offering activities for workers that otherwise could not be supported, such as real-time gas leak detection, crowd monitoring/people monitoring identification for safety reasons and data quality enhancement services.
❇ Workers (edge AI code) totally compatible with the most extended languages such as Python, Node.JS and Java.

Learn more on the web of Kitt4SME and at the final demonstrator video:

The EU-funded KITT4SME project is developing scope-tailored and industry-ready hardware, software and organisational kits for European SMEs and mid-caps. The aim is to deliver these as a modularly customisable digital platform that can seamlessly introduce artificial intelligence in their production systems. The project will ensure that the kits are widely distributed to a wide audience of SMEs and mid-caps in Europe. Moreover, the seamless adoption of the kits will be facilitated with the use of factory systems like ERP, IoT sensors and wearable devices, robots and other factory data sources.


This project has received cascading funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 952119

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Impact on Stock Control, Manufacturing and Quality Control Automatization Processes based on ZDMP Software Stack

Project Details and Motivation

HOPU is a Spanish-based company specialising in manufacturing and deployment of air quality monitoring devices. The manufacturer of this type of device has many features that limit the standardisation of manufacturing, scalability and cost reduction. One of these features is the possibility of product customisation: the HOPU catalogue has several sensors (NO2, O3, CO2, SO2, H2S, VOC, etc.) and different communication technologies (GPRS, NB-IoT, LoRa, etc.), which customers can combine to configure a product. This wide range means that orders are very different and in batches of small units (10-50 units), making it difficult to automate production processes.

With the Lottery project implementation, HOPU has reached that the use of ZDMP tools and services (ZDMP Software Stack and ZApplications) deployed on Manufacturing Servers and CDP from Libelium have an impact on the whole manufacturing process that contribute to reduced assembly times and improved device quality. The figure below it is shown a snapshot of the MiniZDMP Software Stack deployed in Virtual Server allocated in CDP Libelium.


ZDMP libelium

Stock Control Automatization:

With ZAutomaticMaterialOrdering (deployed in our Manufacturing Servers) our usage for this component have consisted on connecting this service with the Api of our ERP server to obtain the stock and make a call to the auxiliary service to send a series of emails to our production department manager, who controls the stock in our ERP.

Manufacturing Automatization:

ZRemoteQC and ZMaterialID have allowed us to automate the manufacturing and quality control processes. Both services have been used in quality control and traceability of product batches arriving at the storage. When a new product arrives, it is labeled with the ZmaterialID component to identify it and it is recorded all the information that corresponds to the suppliers, dates, quality certificates, etc.

Quality Control Automatization:

ZImageAnnotator, AI Analytics Runtime ,Digital Twin and Monitoring and Alerting have allowed us to automate the quality control process that consists of checking the values reported by the devices and that is currently done manually to collect and store all the tests results, quality control results and calibration response.

Besides, HOPU has published a video in which you can see how the different components fit into the purchasing, manufacturing and quality control processes of our company through real examples of use.


The use of services and components such as Digital Twin, AI Analytics Runtime, Monitoring and Alerting, ZMaterialID, ZAutomaticMaterialOrdering, or zImageAnnotator have automated tasks that until now have been performed manually by an operator: the more automatization of this tasks, the more assembly capacity we get, besides the reduction of quality control time and at last an increased manufacturing capacity.

The number of process digitised during the purchasing, manufacturing and quality control processess, this refers to the digitalisation of processes that are currently not recorded digitally and that, thanks to the use of ZDMP services, have been digitalised, allowing the information to be consulted telematically or data to be shared between different applications. Among these processes are the quality control of devices (register where the technician marks the verification of the different elements), making purchases, analysing images of the devices or tracking materials (traceability of certain components thanks to ZMaterialID), generation of alerts, AI validation,  and report of lossess statistics.

Therefore, the fit is excellent since the improvements obtained through digitisation contribute directly to the reduction of manufacturing times, the improvement of device quality and, consequently, the achievement of a zero-defect manufacturing process, which is fully aligned with the objectives of the ZDMP project. 

Results to Date

At the date of publication of this document, the ZDMP components (i.e. Apps and Software Stack) have been successfully deployed on the HOPU Manufacturing Servers and Libelium CPD. The components have been tested and validated, verifying that they effectively fulfil the purpose established in the initial Lottery project proposal. The next steps focus on integrating these digitalisation services and tools into the ISO9001, ISO14001 and ISO17025 processes implemented at HOPU to align all these processes with the normative and adopted processes, guaranteeing the long-term impact of the results.

Participant Details

  • Organisation(s) involved: HOPU: 
    • Web:
    • Contact:
    • Profile: HOPU is an innovation leader in the Internet of Things (IoT) solutions and Smart Cities. HOPU brings urban innovation such as AI, IoT and Data through key techs-Quality. We engage citizens and decision-makers to guarantee that data is understandable by everybody. HOPU supports urban development and digital transformation through data-powered tools with dashboards and IoT devices to monitor air quality for gases and particulates. Creating IoT sensors and data-driven Smart Environments. HOPU’s main market is environmental monitoring solutions, covering digital services with dashboard and decision support tools based on AI algorithms compatible with reference platforms such as FIWARE / NGSI, CEF Context Broker, Sentilo, oneM2M / OMA LwM2M and LoRa Cayenne.


The ZDMP – Zero Defects Manufacturing Platform – is a project funded by the H2020 Framework Programme of the European Commission under Grant Agreement 825631 and conducted from January 2019 until December 2022. It engages 31 partners (Users, Technology Providers, Consultants and Research Institutes) with a mission to “Provide the platform, components, services, and marketplace to achieve the right product, at the right time, with the right conditions using the right resources.”. Further information can be found at ZDMP channels 3.2M€ of SME orientated funding to subprojects, such as this one, to facilitate SMEs with their innovations and increase the value of the ZDMP ecosystem.

  • Primary Partner:
  • zImageAnnotator documentation
  • ZDMP Website


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HOPU and Libelium join forces in a new business project

The acquisition is part of Libelium’s growth plan following the venture of a stake by Axon Partners

The United Nations Sustainable Development Agenda was adopted in 2015 with the aim of achieving seventeen Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. We are halfway there and, although we are on the right track, we need a big push to meet them.

It is a huge challenge that is going to require great partnerships that will allow us to be faster and more flexible.

With this challenge in mind, Libelium takes another step forward in its corporate strategy. Libelium acquires HOPU, a leading company in the development of Air Quality, Smart Cities and Infrastructure solutions.

This is a milestone in Libelium’s history of which we are extremely proud. Libelium is now a more powerful, agile and solid team with a workforce of more than 80 highly skilled people and a broader product portfolio. Ready for the big push.

The deal is part of the organic and inorganic growth plan that Libelium initiated after Axon Partners took a stake in the company in June 2021.

A great alliance for a great challenge

HOPU has worked with more than 100 cities and customers, and has more than 700 devices deployed in Spain and Europe. They are highly competitive in their sector, which has positioned them as a valuable partner for large companies such as Telefónica, Suez, SICE, Abertis, Cibernos, Signify (Philips), NUNSYS and Televés, among many others.

HOPU has experienced significant growth in recent years. Libelium was not the only investment offer that the company from Murcia had on the table, but the shared values, Libelium’s prominent position in the national and international IoT market and its ambitious corporate structure, with its sights set on the future IPO, were the arguments to choose Libelium’s offer.

Libelium is now stronger and more agile

With this acquisition, Libelium has become stronger. The group will now have three locations, two in Zaragoza (headquarters in the World Trade Center Building and the logistics warehouse in Calle Gutenberg) and one in Ceutí, Murcia. The Smart Cities Business Unit has been created and will be headed by Antonio J. Jara, former CEO of HOPU. This structure lays the organisational foundations for integrating future acquisitions.

In the context of this purchase, Alicia Asín, CEO of Libelium, states that “Libelium sets a great alliance through the acquisition of the Murcian company HOPU and reaches a new business milestone in its growth plan. I feel absolutely identified with HOPU as a company, its leadership style, its organization and its focus on product and service quality.”

For his part, Antonio J. Jara, General Manager of the Smart Cities Business Unit, said that “beyond the fact that Libelium is a benchmark and the high complementarity of both companies, we seek to strengthen a highly segmented market, generate value from Spain and join a business project of growth hand in hand with AXON Partners”.

The people from the different Libelium sites in Murcia and Zaragoza have already held joint work sessions and team building activities to establish new synergies and to build up the union between the two teams.

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Industry 4.0

HOPU wins the Open Call 2 of Zero Defects Manufacturing Platform

HOPU with the proposal Lottery: Lot-size one manufacturing defects mitigation via agile quality control and digital-driven dynamic and adaptive metrology has been selected by Zero Defects Manufacturing Platform (ZDMP) for the Open Call 2 launch in January 2022 among the 17 winners.

ZDMP is a project from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research. They aim to provide an extendable platform for supporting factories with a high interoperability level to cope with the concept of connected factories to reach the zero defects goal. In this context, ZDMP will allow end-users to connect their systems (i.e. shop floor and ERP Systems) to benefit from the platform’s features. These benefits include products and production quality assurance, among others.

ZDMP Open Call 2.0

The Zero Defects Manufacturing Platform (ZDMP) project EC H2020 Funding split over two separate Open Calls aimed at European SME software developers, tech companies and manufacturers to create, test, validate and integrate innovative zero-defect solutions for Industry4.0 using the ZDMP components, services and platform. The experiment duration is nine months and starts in January 2022.
HOPU submitted the proposal Lottery: Lot-size one manufacturing defects mitigation via agile quality control and digital-driven dynamic and adaptive metrology to digitalise the manufacturing process and quality control and match with our goals for our production system.
HOPU manufactures IoT devices, specialising in developing solutions for measuring air quality in urban and industrial ecosystems. HOPU integrates high-quality sensors into its devices, assembled in its in-house workshop (i.e., all production facilities from HOPU are located at Murcia, Spain).
Specifically, we intend to make use of applications and components such as Digital Twin and Monitoring and Alerting that would allow us to automate the quality control process that consists of checking the values reported by the devices, and that is currently done manually to collect and store all the tests results, quality control results and calibration response, zMaterialID (for the use of this you will also need zRemoteQC) that would allow us to identify the systems and have better traceability and binding system with the CMMS – Computerized Maintenance Management System.
More information about the project can be found:



This project has received cascading funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 825631

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HOPU and Engineering selected by AI4Cities Pre-Commercial Procurement

AI4Cities, an EU-funded Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP) has selected 41 suppliers to continue to Phase 1 of the project. AI4Cities launched its Request for Tenders in December, inviting tenderers to submit innovative AI solutions in the fields of energy and mobility. On the 28.02.2021 deadline a total of 98 applications were submitted, 54 in the Mobility Lot and 44 in the Energy Lot. Following a thorough evaluation by the AI4Cities Buyers Group, 21 suppliers focusing on mobility and 20 focusing on energy were selected to participate in the Solution Design Phase. In the next three months, they will work on a full plan for the development of a prototype.

In this phase of the project, the 41 selected suppliers will receive funding – each contractor will receive a maximum of 40,000 euros – to further develop their AI-based solutions, in accordance with the input provided by The Buyers Group. They have three months to do so, following which the Buyers Group will evaluate which of these suppliers will continue to Phase 2, the prototyping phase of the PCP. 

AI4CITIES cities
AI4CITIES cities

The AI4Cities Buyers Group consists of lead procurer Forum Virium Helsinki (representing the city of Helsinki), Cap Digital (representing Paris Region), the city of Amsterdam, the city of Copenhagen, the city of Stavanger and the city of Tallinn. These six cities and regions have developed ambitious strategies and policy plans to become carbon neutral by – at latest – 2050. In AI4Cities they joined forces, supported by expert partner ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability, to go through a PCP process, aiming to procure non-market ready solutions which can help them accelerate their transition to carbon neutrality by utilising artificial intelligence and related enabling technologies – such as big data applications, 5G, edge computing and IoT. Their choice to focus on energy and mobility-related challenges are informed by the fact that these two domains are responsible for 82% of GHG emissions in Europe’s cities. 

HOPU, leading a consortium formed by them together with Engineering, submitted a proposal under the category of Traffic Flow Optimisation. The proposed solution, ATMOSPHERE, offers a suite of dashboards with CO2 indicators related to mobility. These indicators are founded on predictive models based on real-time air quality measurements and AI to optimise traffic flows in cities and ports. Thus, it provides high-value green and innovative mobility services for citizens, companies, and public administrations and enhances the informed decision-making processes by simplifying the data.

AI4Cities believes there is a global need for such effective solutions that can drive the transition towards carbon neutrality.

More information about these suppliers and their solutions will be published on the AI4Cities website.


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The startup HOPU, selected by the 5G Barcelona acceleration program and Wayra (Telefónica)

HOPU offers solutions for sustainable urban design that supports cities in combating climate change through technologies such as IoT and AI.

HOPU, Liip, Ebre Drone and Flash Park have been the four startups selected to participate in the second edition of the ‘5G ScaleUp Program’. Promoted by 5G Barcelona, the initiative is ​​a program of Mobile World Capital Barcelona that works to position Barcelona and Catalonia as an innovative and open environment for the validation and adoption of 5G technologies and applications in a real-life environment, in collaboration with Telefónica and i2Cat. Wayra, Telefónica’s open innovation hub, also participates in this acceleration program.

The chosen projects will participate in this program for four months with the aim of promoting entrepreneurship in the field of 5G technology. They will have access to The Thinx 5G Barcelona laboratory, one of the most advanced and best-equipped 5G environments. In addition, they will receive training in areas such as finance, sales, marketing or investment, as well as expert advice, access to investors, training, networking spaces and visibility within the 5G ecosystem.

HOPU, a startup created in the Region of Murcia in 2013, develops its work in developing a solution for sustainable urban design that supports cities to combat climate change through support for decision-making, responsible investment and action plans based on IoT and AI technology.

The startup pursues the objective of creating Human-Oriented Products, placing people at the epicentre to generate solutions always thought from the user experience and the value that ICTs can offer. At HOPU they define themselves as “passionate about the design of innovative urban solutions” through the latest technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things (IoT) and Data Quality. In words of Antonio J. Jara, CEO of HOPU, “our motivation is to engage citizens and city managers to ensure that data is understandable, intuitive and useful for everyone.”

The products offered by the company support any decision for urban planning and digital transformation through data-enabled tools such as dashboards, as well as other tools that support decision-making. In turn, HOPU offer includes a large number of advanced and certified IoT devices that objectively monitor the state of the environment in which people live, measuring air quality, noise and climate. “As a dedicated Smart Cities team, we love mixing data, technology and people to deliver innovative urban tools.” Jara has finished.

Among the criteria used to select the projects, the market potential and the scalability of the solution have been taken into account. Some premises that were also used last year, when the startups participating in the first edition of the program were Mcsystems, Oliver and Lamarclabs.

“From 5G Barcelona and from MWCapital we make a firm commitment to promote entrepreneurship in the field of 5G technology, that is why we offer the winning startups The Thinx 5G Barcelona laboratory, a leading space where they can develop their solutions and contribute to the consolidation of the 5G entrepreneurial ecosystem ”, explains Eduardo Martín, director of the 5G Program at Mobile World Capital Barcelona and CEO of 5G Barcelona.

“From Wayra (Telefónica) we believe that the 5G ScaleUp Program is a great opportunity for startups to test their products with 5G connectivity and scale their solutions with mentors and key partners in the ecosystem that add value and allow them to generate impact ”, comments Marta Antúnez, director of Wayra Barcelona.

About Wayra
Wayra is the entrepreneurship initiative that is part of Telefónica’s Open Innovation program, the most global, technological and connected in the world. It has seven Wayra Hubs, spaces in nine countries in Latin America and Europe through which it invests and supports startups; Wayra X, a digital hub to invest in 100% digital startups; Wayra Builder, a corporate venture builder to create, together with other investors, innovative startups born from internal Telefónica technology projects; and Wayra Next Trend, a window to digital innovation on innovative trends and applications. In addition, through the Wayra Activation Program, it offers entrepreneurs exclusive and free access to new technologies through Telefónica’s own platforms. More than 500 of the participated startups are part of Telefónica’s Open Innovation program and more than 130 are doing business with the company.
More information available at

About 5G Barcelona
5G Barcelona is a public-private initiative that works to position Barcelona and Catalonia as an innovative and open environment for the validation and adoption of 5G technologies and applications in a real-life environment.

The initiative will create synergies within the 5G ecosystem and offer an experimental infrastructure to test, prototype and implement new digital solutions. 5G Barcelona wants to stimulate and consolidate existing innovation in Barcelona and Catalonia, help attract foreign investment, promote new technology companies and generate a complete industry around 5G technology.

The initiative is promoted by the Generalitat de Catalunya, the Barcelona City Council, Mobile World Capital Barcelona, ​​the i2CAT Foundation, CTTC, Atos and the UPC.

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EDI team

The European Data Incubator (EDI) is committed to the HOPU’s solutions

The SME HOPU as one of the companies of EDI, a European incubator to foster the use of Big Data in innovative products and services

European Data Incubator

EDI is a data incubator to support SMEs developing solutions based on Big Data and Artificial Intelligence. Thanks to the collaboration with relevant companies such as  EMASESA (Sevilla), EDP, RACC o Volkswagen Navarra, EDI supports Startups and SMEs in its mentoring programme to develop new products and services. 

In this programme, led by the University of Deusto, Zabala Innovation Consulting, FS6, Engineering and ETventure Startup Hub, the different SMEs interact with big data providers and thus expand their catalogue of services. The programme is in the pilot phase, working with 18 companies across Europe. Among them is the SME from the Region of Murcia HOPU and others of great European relevance such as Starkdata, Verchable o WearHealth.


HOPU presenting to EDI
HOPU presenting to EDI

HOPU, the SME from the Region of Murcia that is part of the European Data Incubator

Through this incubation programme, HOPU is working together with EMASESA, the Metropolitan Water Supply and Sanitation Company of Seville, to develop a platform that uses all its data and Artificial Intelligence to optimise its internal management processes. 

HOPU is a company located in Ceutí, dedicated to innovative technological development for Smart Cities. With a team of 30 people, this young company is already present in more than 6 countries, including Belgium, Sweden, France, Germany, Argentina and Spain.

“Thanks to EDI we have the opportunity to work with companies like EMASESA, listen to their needs first hand and adapt this development to the client in a more agile way” Javier Sanchez, Platform Developer at HOPU.

As future steps in HOPU’s line of work with EDI, we are working on developing a platform to examine the effects of heat islands in Seville on water consumption in single-family homes.

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nIoVe (A Novel Adaptive Cybersecurity Framework for the Internet-of-Vehicles)

NIoVe aims to detect cyber-attacks in realtime while simultaneously preventing them

What is nIoVe?

nIoVe is a European project that has received funding from the European Union´s Horizon 2020 research and innovation Programme under grant agreement No 833742. This project is composed of twelve competitive organisations across Europe specialised in different fields such as Industry, Cybersecurity, IoT, Commercialization and software development, to name but a few:

  1. CERTH is a leading Greek European Research in the sector of risk management
  2. UniGe is a top European Switzerland Research centre focused on data analytics and detection techniques, (significant) data handling and visualisation.
  3. RISE is a top European Swedish Research Center with higher expertise in cybersecurity, machine learning, sensors and actuators, communication networks and data analytics to visualisation, interaction design and service development.
  4. TUM is part of a German university at the top level of blockchain verification, cyber-physical system architectures, security of Internet of Things (IoT).
  5. ATHINA is formed by professionals with higher expertise in Industrial Information and Communication Systems, Embedded Systems, Security, Modelling and Automation of Industrial Systems.
  6. NAVYA is a French organisation focus on vehicles manufacturer and provider, fleets of buses.
  7. KENOTOM  is a Greek company focus on ECUs integration.
  8. TPG is a Public Transport Authority located in Switzerland centred on the charge of all aspects of public mobility in Geneva.
  9. ICTL is a legal consulting located in Italy with higher expertise on regulation compliance and certification for CAVs and autonomous vehicles manufacturers and suppliers.
  10. SEEMS is an innovative Greek SME centred on the Internet of Things solutions, employing artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies.
  11. HOPU is a Spanish SME on the top of Network Protocols, IoT security and Internet of Things solutions.
  12. ARGUS is a well-knowing Cybersecurity Industry of Continental Group focus on vehicle cybersecurity solutions

nIoVe aims to deploy a novel multi-layered interoperable cybersecurity solution for the Internet-of-Vehicles (IoV), with emphasis of the Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs) ecosystem by employing an advanced cybersecurity system enabling all relevant stakeholders and incident response teams to share cyber threat intelligence, synchronise and coordinate their cybersecurity strategies, response and recovery activities. To achieve that, the project includes a set of services that should be provided and improvement.

nIoVe partners
nIoVe partners

Objective & innovation  of nIoVe

To do so, the project develops a set of in-vehicle and V2X data collectors that will feed nIoVe’s machine learning platform and tools for threat analysis and situational awareness across the IoV ecosystem. Advanced visual and data analytics are further enhanced and adapted to boost cyber-threat detection performance under complex attack scenarios, while IoV stakeholders are jointly engaged in incident response activities through trusted mechanisms. The proposed approach is supported by interoperable data exchange between existing and newly proposed cybersecurity tools. nIoVe solution will be demonstrated and validated in 3 pilots: 

  • Hybrid execution environment
  • Simulated environment
  • Real-world conditions.

Overall, nIoVe ambitiously expects to:

  •  Reduce the attack surface of the overall IoV ecosystem
  • Showcase effective and real-time detection of novel advanced threats and cyber-attacks in IoV ecosystems
  • Reduce the response time substantially and reduce the impact of breaches
  • Drastically contribute to the establishment and sustainable operation of Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRTs) stimulating information and knowledge sharing across the IoV ecosystem
  • Paves the way for the next generation robust, scalable and resilient IoV infrastructure. nIoVe draws and builds upon the accumulated experience from its consortium consisted of 12 partners from 6 European countries and Israel, will implement the project, which is organised in 8 work packages and will be completed within 36 months.

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nIoVe (Un nuevo marco de seguridad cibernética adaptable para la Internet de los vehículos)

El objetivo de nIoVe es detectar los ciberataques en tiempo real y al mismo tiempo prevenirlos.

¿Qué es nIoVe?

nIoVe es un proyecto europeo que ha recibido financiación del programa de investigación e innovación Horizonte 2020 de la Unión Europea en virtud del acuerdo de subvención nº 833742. Este proyecto está compuesto por doce organizaciones competitivas de toda Europa especializadas en diferentes campos como la industria, la ciberseguridad, el IoT, la comercialización y el desarrollo de software:

  1. CERTH es uno de los principales investigadores europeos en el sector de la gestión de riesgos
  2. UniGe es un importante centro de investigación Suiza centrado en el análisis de datos, las técnicas de detección, el manejo y la visualización de datos.
  3. RISE es un centro de investigación sueco de primer nivel con mayor experiencia en ciberseguridad, aprendizaje de máquinas, sensores y actuadores, redes de comunicación y análisis de datos para la visualización, el diseño de interacción y el desarrollo de servicios.
  4. TUM vinculada a la Universidad de Alemania, trabaja como uno de los centros de investigación más relevantes de verificación de cadenas de bloques, arquitecturas de sistemas ciberfísicos, seguridad de Internet de las cosas (IoT).
  5. ATHINA está formado por profesionales con gran experiencia en Sistemas de Información y Comunicación Industrial, Sistemas Embebidos, Seguridad, Modelado y Automatización de Sistemas Industriales.
  6. NAVYA es una organización francesa centrada en la fabricación y el suministro de vehículos, flotas de autobuses.
  7. KENOTOM  es una empresa griega centrada en la integración de ECUs.
  8. TPG es una Autoridad de Transporte Público ubicada en Suiza que se ocupa de todos los aspectos de la movilidad pública en Ginebra.
  9. ICTL es una consultoría jurídica ubicada en Italia con mayor experiencia en el cumplimiento de los reglamentos y la certificación de las CAV y los fabricantes y proveedores de vehículos autónomos.
  10. SEEMS es una innovadora PYME griega, centrada en las soluciones de la Internet de las Cosas, que emplea inteligencia artificial y tecnologías de aprendizaje automático.
  11. HOPU, como PYME española en la cima de los protocolos de red, seguridad IoT y soluciones de Internet de las cosas.
  12. ARGUS es una conocida industria de la ciberseguridad de “Continental Group” que se centra en las soluciones de ciberseguridad de los vehículos.

nIoVe tiene por objeto desplegar una novedosa solución de ciberseguridad interoperable de múltiples capas para la Internet de los vehículos (IoV), haciendo hincapié en el ecosistema de vehículos conectados y autónomos (CAV) mediante el empleo de un sistema avanzado de ciberseguridad que permita a todas las partes interesadas y a los equipos de respuesta a incidentes compartir información sobre amenazas cibernéticas y sincronizar y coordinar sus estrategias de ciberseguridad y sus actividades de respuesta y recuperación. Para lograrlo, el proyecto incluye un conjunto de servicios que deben prestarse y mejorarse.

nIoVe partners
nIoVe partners

Objetivos e innovación

Para ello, el proyecto desarrolla un conjunto de recolectores de datos a bordo de vehículos y V2X que alimentarán la plataforma de aprendizaje automático de nIoVe y las herramientas para el análisis de amenazas y la conciencia situacional en todo el ecosistema de IoV. El análisis visual y de datos avanzado se mejora y adapta aún más para aumentar el rendimiento de la detección de amenazas cibernéticas en escenarios de ataque complejos, mientras que los interesados en el sistema de IOV participan conjuntamente en actividades de respuesta a incidentes a través de mecanismos de confianza. El enfoque propuesto se apoya en el intercambio de datos interoperables entre las herramientas de ciberseguridad existentes y las recientemente propuestas. La solución de nIoVe se demostrará y validará en 3 proyectos piloto: 

  • Entorno de ejecución híbrido
  • Entorno simulado
  • Condiciones del mundo real

En general, nIoVe espera ambiciosamente:

  • Reducir la superficie de ataque del ecosistema general de IoV
  • Mostrar la detección efectiva y en tiempo real de las nuevas amenazas avanzadas y ciberataques en los ecosistemas de IoV
  • Reducir sustancialmente el tiempo de respuesta y reducir el impacto de las brechas
  • Contribuir drásticamente al establecimiento y funcionamiento sostenible de los Equipos de Respuesta a Incidentes de Seguridad Informática (CSIRT) estimulando el intercambio de información y conocimientos en todo el ecosistema de IoV
  • Prepara el camino para la próxima generación de una infraestructura de IOV robusta, escalable y resistente. nIoVe aprovecha y construye sobre la experiencia acumulada de su consorcio, formado por 12 socios de 6 países europeos e Israel, implementará el proyecto, que está organizado en 8 paquetes de trabajo y se completará en 36 meses

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EduHack: Innovation and technology for education

Eduhack is an ERASMUS+KA2 project where educational institutions and companies from all over Europe cooperate


EduHack aims to develop innovative curricula through innovative educational methods such as hackathons and workshops for schools, institutes and educational centres and using the potential of ICTs.

EduHack aims to work with the potential of innovation as a co-creation process, incorporating this practice into the co-design of the tools for organising Educational Innovation Hackathons. This will be achieved through the establishment of multi-stakeholder Educational Innovation Hubs in each partner country.

The Hubs aim to bring together expertise from local educational fields, innovation centres, universities, industry, local government, information technology, creative people and companies, to name but a few. Work in these Hubs will include local meetings and workshops, plus two intensive short-term international workshops for mutual learning and exchange. Their function is to gather the contributions needed to design the format of the hackathon. Important crucial issues will also be explored that will be “hacked” during four different hackathons that will take place in different partner countries during the course of the project. The Educational Innovation Hackathons take place in Latvia, Estonia, Turkey and Spain and are organised to test and improve the tools and find solutions to problems in education.

Hackathons aim to reach different profiles – technology and design enthusiasts, students, industry professionals, marketing companies, museum/guide workers, software developers, etc. Each hackathon will include a mentoring board that will consist of education experts and education professionals (i.e. teachers, directors).



The world is changing; why shouldn’t education? To “hack” education, we need to focus on the relevant issues and work collaboratively to achieve the best impact. EduHack adopts radical collaboration as a paradigm to identify important challenges and frame Hackathons’ scope in a win-win game. Hub members are professionals, practitioners and experts who come from different perspectives with various interests. They participate voluntarily and will jointly manage the project’s operations at national level, defining the scope, programme, requirements and success criteria of the Hackathon.


Members of the project

  • AHHAA Science Centre – EduHack Coordinator, Hackathon Toolkit Task Leader: AHHAA is the largest science centre in Estonia, focusing on practical science education, playful learning and interactive exhibitions.
  • Hugin & Munin – EduHack Communication Management:  H&M  is a creative communication agency based in Madrid, Spain, formed by a multidisciplinary team specializing in bold and daring solutions.
  • Dublin City University – Organiser of the outreach event:  DCU, based in Ireland, has been placed among the top 50 young universities in the world. EduHack’s activities are joined by the Department of Education, Innovation and Global Studies of DCU’s STEM School.
  • Tekkeköy MEM – EduHack Monitoring Task Leader: Tekkeköy MEM is a provincial national education coordinator in Turkey, responsible for implementing all educational activities, including formal and informal education in the Tekkeköy region.
  • ZINOO Science Centre – The leader of creating the pilot Hackathon: ZINOO is a science centre in Latvia with a mission to awaken people’s curiosity and encourage them to discover things for themselves.
  • Ergon – Coordinator of EduHack’s educational innovation hub: Ergon is a private provider of vocational education and training in Italy, providing 60 thousand hours of training per year. Ergon specialises in business networking, public-private-citizen partnerships and participatory design and tools.

HOPU on EduHack

HOPU is responsible for launching and managing the project’s online platform. HOPU has a long experience working on international projects focused on creating agile communication channels, serious games and new media contents that make citizen participation evolve using different devices and tools. HOPU has developed different solutions based on the needs of citizens and visitors. The HOPU team includes experts in communication and creativity and specialists in software and hardware development. All other partners are actively involved in the action (giving input and suggestions on visual aspect and functionality).

To ensure the continuation of the efforts made during the project, an online platform is necessary. The idea is not just to build a website, but to provide a more sustainable, user-friendly and interactive tool that offers the possibility of collaboration and has more opportunities than a normal website. The online platform itself is intended to be the main source of information about the project, the guidelines for organising a hacker marathon, all the hacker marathons’ results, and being the tool for collaboration on an international level.

The platform also provides the opportunity to monitor the process of organising hackathons worldwide and create connections between them. This tool not only provides support on how to create educational activities and organise a hackathon, but it will also give access to various products/services (toolkits) that have been created during this project. This means that if during an educational hackathon in Estonia a service or product is developed, all network members can test the product, service, or idea in their country. Cooperation through the platform is based on mutual interest.


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