New paradigms for AI on the Edge

The deployment of Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithms at the Edge (i.e., IoT devices, sensors or interfaces, gateways, robots) is generally referred to as AI at the Edge. Being an extension of the Edge computing paradigm, in which data is stored …

IoT-NGIN and big data in industry

As most data scientists know, most of the work in producing a working machine learning solution revolves around the data itself, procuring and handling it. The actual learning algorithms are readily available and well implemented in existing libraries and frameworks. …

Machine Learning in the browser

The need for processing power, has led generally machine learning to run on desktop computer. However once trained, a model may be executed in a more constrained environment like the tiny computer chips in wearable medical devices, household appliances, and …

Access control in IoT networks

The Internet of Things describes all the physical objects that are connected to the internet, providing automated services, the most common ones referring to collecting and sharing data. IoT devices require network access in order to send data to other …

IoT and energy asset management: a new framework for a multi-objective analysis

IoT devices, such as sensors able to exchange data with other devices or end-users thanks to embedded solutions and/or combinations of fog and cloud computing, are the main enablers of Smart Energy and worldwide the system operators are strongly engaged …

Honeypots as Moving Target Defense (MTD) in IoT Systems

Internet of Things (IoT) describes a network which allows various smart devices, sensors, and actuators, to be connected and be able to exchange data through the Internet. IoT faces many challenges with security being one of the majors and most …

Containers and Unikernels – More Isolation for your Software

Everybody in the IT world has heard the word container at this point. But containers are not the only way to isolate and deploy software. In this post we want to take give a high-level introduction to containers as well …

SECURITY AS KEY ENABLER FOR RELIABLE MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS

Over time mobile networks have been evolving in terms of security to reach truly secure infrastructure for personal and machine-type communications. Here we provide an overview of security techniques in mobile networks. The first generations of mobile networks 2G and …

Addressing a fragmented IoT connectivity market

IoT-NGIN explores solutions in four domains: smart agriculture, smart cities, smart manufacturing and smart energy. While the use cases in the domains address quite diverse challenges – from traffic flow prediction in cities to smart irrigation in agriculture – all …

Making Europe fit for the Digital Age

By Ilkka Lakaniemi, Aalto University School of Business. Discussion on the ways to advance digital transformation in Europe has often revolved around the different technology approaches, the adoption and uptake of digital technologies and around how to create measurable economic …