With broad participation from AIOTI members, Berlin hosted the Third General Assembly of the European Alliance for Innovation in the Internet of Things.
The focus point of the Assembly was to study, and finally approve, the transition of the Alliance to a more professional internal structure, which involves a new model of governance.
In addition, the Chairs of the Working Groups (including Luis Perez Freire, Chair of WG06 on Smart Farming & Food Security) reviewed the recent activities within their groups and their plans for the upcoming months.
Gradiant reaffirms its commitment to AIOTI and the innovation on the Internet of Things for the European primary sector, as it is aware of the importance it has in both Galicia and Spain. Gradiant, as a reference ICT Technology Centre, promotes the creation of a solid ecosystem around innovation, and the technological adaptation of IoT in the Primary Sector.
AIOTI seeks to promote innovation in the european industry and define a common framework for research activities in this technology field. Today, AIOTI is the largest forum of IoT stakeholders in Europe. AIOTI identifies obstacles for the implementation of IoT, identifies gaps in standardization, and promotes synergies by bringing together various stakeholders from all sectors: telecommunications, Internet, automotive, primary sector, health and Smart cities.