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SCOTT addressing Assisted Living and Community Care System

2020-07-16T08:45:57+00:00März 10th, 2020|

Given that the share of elderly people in Europe continues to increase there will be a growing need for smart and secure monitoring systems in order to provide high quality elderly care without increasing costs by an effective use of caregiver resources. The (WP21) Assisted Living and Community Care System provides an integrated solution for monitoring [...]

Whitepaper – Security Scan Methodology for Cloud Connected IoT Devices

2020-07-16T08:44:26+00:00März 9th, 2020|

Within the SCOTT project, the security researchers investigating specifically how to secure connected infrastructures have decided to write a general recommendation methodology for simple good practices. The document, so-called a "Security Scan", is meant to be used as a sort of checklist of basics to ensure that the most common entry points, attack vectors, and typical [...]

Award for SCOTT’s cross-technology communication demonstrator!

2020-03-06T08:53:38+00:00März 6th, 2020|

We are happy to congratulate the team of TU Graz for the best demonstration award at the 17th International Conference on Embedded Wireless Systems and Networks held in Lyon (France) on February 17-19, where they showcased their work on "Cross-Technology Broadcast Communication between Off-The-Shelf Wi-Fi, BLE, and IEEE 802.15.4 Devices" carried out within SCOTT. Specifically, the [...]

SCOTT WP9 promo video – Inviting guests to facilities made simple

2020-03-06T08:51:51+00:00März 3rd, 2020|

A promo video presents concepts that Vemco is working on in the SCOTT’s WP9: Secure Connected Facilities Management. Among these are using a smartphone as an access card and making a process of inviting guests possibly simple by reducing cumbersome formalities. Some of the presented functionalities are or will be demonstrated in other videos on the [...]

SCOTT approach to indoor localization presented to the biggest translational medicine centre in northern Poland

2020-03-06T08:50:41+00:00Februar 21st, 2020|

Indoor localization system developed by GUT within SCOTT project was presented on 21st of February during the annual meeting of specialists working in the area of translational medicine in Gdansk. Over 150 specialists from different fields of medicine, biology, biotechnology, pharmacy and chemistry, that work together in the biggest translational medicine centre in northern Poland, discussed [...]

YouTube video on 5G tesbed using open source software

2020-03-06T08:48:35+00:00Januar 27th, 2020|

Watch our SCOTT demonstrator by Telenor, Wolffia and OsloMet on YouTube! This demonstrator showcases the work in the WP21 (Assisted Living and Community Care) and in the WP24|BB24.L (Adaptable Network Slicing). The video is showing an early 5G testbed using open source software, in which concepts such as network slicing and identity management among others are [...]

Preventing train accidents: SCOTT’s Trustable Warning System for Critical Areas

2020-03-06T08:47:17+00:00Januar 7th, 2020|

SCOTT UC20 (Trustable Warning System for Critical Areas) aims to reinforce the critical areas in the railway domain, for instance the level crossing or working areas with operators located near the track. In addition, this WP increases the interoperability between the automotive and rail domain. For this purpose, the wireless communications between vehicles to anything (V2X) [...]

Smart Train Composition Coupling with SCOTT

2020-03-06T08:45:14+00:00Dezember 20th, 2019|

SCOTT UC19 (Smart Train Composition Coupling) aims to develop and test in a real environment a solution focused on the management and control of multiple compositions via remote control from only one of them. It means to implement effectively secure and safe wireless technology for the communications between trains. The currently coupling system available at the [...]

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