Friday, 19 May 2017 by editor
In this Newsletter an overview of March and April activities is presented. Our focus has been mainly on the beginning of new projects and engaging in collaboration activities, as well as on participating in events. Our near-future plans are presented in the end of the newsletter. Of course feel free to contact us for collaboration ideas! [info[at]wings-ict-solutions.eu] For
Wednesday, 10 May 2017 by editor
H2020 project iKaas gave a webinar on IoT Cloud organised by the EU Japan Centre on May 9th. For more info: https://goo.gl/lSyOg6
Friday, 05 May 2017 by editor
WINGS ICT Solutions participated in the Speed5G plenary meeting, that took place in London, UK.
[25.04.2017] [Smart Wireless Access] [Project Fantastic5G] [Events] Opportunities and challenges of 5G in the EU
Tuesday, 25 April 2017 by editor
WINGS ICT Solutions participated in the 5G Event “Opportunities and challenges of 5G in the EU”, organised by STOA European Parliament. During the workshop key points of the Fantastic5G project were discussed.
[24.04.2017] [Smart Wireless Access] [Cloud-to-Things Continuum] [Big Data] [Verticals-Water] [Verticals-Health]
Monday, 24 April 2017 by editor
WINGS ICT Solutions‘ success story is now published in the NetWorld2020 website! https://goo.gl/ieEwOj
Friday, 07 April 2017 by editor
Dr Wenbin Li visited the offices of WINGS ICT Solutions in order to progress with the integration, in the context of H2020 Phantom project.
[27-28.03.2017] [Cloud-to-Things Continuum] [Verticals-Water] [Project Proteus] [Events] Water Market Europe
Monday, 27 March 2017 by editor
WINGS participated in Water Market Europe, a new event cycle that WssTP is setting up to create a unique innovation and business environment, where state of the art water knowledge and research results can meet with market actors within and outside the water sector to create value and new business opportunities. During the event, WINGS participated
Tuesday, 21 March 2017 by editor
WINGS participated in the 2nd Proteus Annual Review. Figure: Proteus node and energy harvesting device are installed in the pipes.