MpicoSys partners in ‘SuperIoT’ – sustainable Internet of Things – EU project

MpicoSys partner in 6G SuperIoT sustainability EU project

SUPERIOT project

SUPERIOT is a European Union-funded research project focusing on developing sustainable and reconfigurable IoT technologies. It brings together 11 partner organisations across Europe, including universities, research institutes, and private companies. The project is coordinated by 6G Flagship at the University of Oulu. It has a budget of €5M and is scheduled to run for three years, from Q1 2023 to Q1 2026.

SUPERIOT will develop a unique IoT approach exploiting not only radio, as in conventional IoT systems, but also light. In this dual-mode operation, radio and light will provide wireless connectivity, energise the IoT nodes and support robust and precise positioning. This will result in a highly flexible IoT system that can use resources efficiently. The project aims to develop a genuinely sustainable IoT system by approaching sustainability holistically. In other words, SUPERIOT will develop an IoT system that is sustainable by design and implementation. The project plans to demonstrate that an IoT communication system (infrastructure and nodes) can be environmentally friendly.

ROPAS project

MpicoSys partners in the EU FP7 project – ROPAS

Intelligent packaging indicating the status of the products, envelope informing about its current location – it sounds fantastic. The idea, however, can become reality in the next few years.

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MpicoSys company, partner of PSTP, participates in the EU-funded FP7 research project called ROPAS. Its name – “Roll-to-roll Paper Sensors” – focuses on the key technological challenge: integration, electronic components – such as flat printed batteries, wireless communication devices and sensors into paper. MpicoSys in the consortium of European companies and R&D institutes is responsible for system architecture. Its budget of the project exceeds three million euros and is funded by the European Commission. The project will run for four years.

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Low power, no-power no battery, firmware architecture, hardware architecture, firmware design, hardware design, component selection, project management, provide supplier network, production, sourcing, product upgrades, new design implementation.

MpicoSys has an interesting view on low power, as they look at what is technically possible, and often makes it happen, they are not lead by fear of failure

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