Ignacio Lacalle from Universitat Politècnica de València UPV and Vasilis Pitsilis from NCSR “DEMOKRITOS” attended EuCloudEdgeIoT workshop in Toulouse on January 2023! It was the first workshop on the topic: “Future European platforms for the Edge”–>”Define an Open Source stack”. You may learn more about EuCloudEdgeIoT here: https://eucloudedgeiot.eu/
aerOS is an active member of the EUCloudEdgeIoT association utilizing the resources on the edge-to-cloud computing continuum for enabling applications in an effective manner while incorporating multiple services.
Data is the heart of an IoT system, and with the proliferation of IoT devices, more than 500 zettabytes of data will be generated by 2025. Edge computing techniques allow these data to be processed locally, reduce security risks by data transmission to the clouds, enable real-time analysis, and offer greater privacy – such as helping organisations to take safe and reliable decisions at the point of interest. The Edge Computing paradigm will spur the next wave of Innovation of decentralised intelligence by optimising operations in a broad section of industries like mobility, farming, home/buildings, energy, logistics and manufacturing, and by mastering increasing volumes of data in their green and digital transition. These trends call for a shift towards the technical and business convergence of the Cloud, Edge and IoT domains, paving the way to a computing continuum and embedding topics like cognitive cloud and open source, which require both research and application perspectives and a strong cooperation among the two. In this context, EUCloudEdgeIoT.eu aims to realise a pathway for the understanding and development of the CEI Continuum by promoting cooperation between a wide range of research projects, developers and suppliers, business users and potential adopters of this new technological paradigm. It will do so by contributing to the coordination of a portfolio of projects in the CEI Computing Continuum funded under the Meta-Operating Systems for the Next Generation IoT and Edge Computing and ensuring consistent exploitation of their outcomes to help regain European competitiveness in core internet infrastructures.The initiative was preliminarily presented at the IoT week in Dublin in June 2022. The ultimate goal is to support the definition of the large-scale pilots envisaged by the European Commission in line with the EU Data Strategy. Future calls and projects on similar topics awarded by the EU Commission as part of the 2023- 2024 workplan will also be included in the cluster of projects cooperating under the European Cloud, Edge & IoT Continuum.
https://aeros-project.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/aeros_logo_transparent_color.png00Anastasios Gogoshttps://aeros-project.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/aeros_logo_transparent_color.pngAnastasios Gogos2023-01-03 15:32:082022-12-20 15:33:45aerOS in EUCloudEdgeIoT association
Ignacio Lacalle from UPV presented “Future European platforms for the Edge: Meta Operating Systems” during IoT – Week 2002 which took place on 22 June 2022, in Dublin, Ireland.
The call topic “Future European platforms for the Edge: Meta Operating Systems” targeted for the next generation of higher-level (meta) operating systems for the smart IoT with strong computing capacity at the edge, embedded in a computing continuum from IoT-to-edge-to-cloud. Horizon Europe Cluster 4 projects are launched to strengthen European supply and value chains in cloud to edge computing by integrating relevant elements of computing, connectivity, IoT, AI and cybersecurity. Selected projects will exploit new computing and virtualisation paradigms, building on established cloud concepts and targeting down-scaling application-agnostic computing principles to a novel edge infrastructure. Central to many approaches is the objective to include edge virtualisation by applying containers process that delivers service and applications to the edge computing of the network. Meta-OS project are expected to innovate by exploiting network functions such as cloud/fog communication with substantial integration of 5G features and network virtualization. You may learn more about the event here.
https://aeros-project.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/aeros_logo_transparent_color.png00Authorhttps://aeros-project.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/aeros_logo_transparent_color.pngAuthor2022-10-03 14:19:002022-10-24 11:01:04“Future European platforms for the Edge: Meta Operating Systems” presentation during IoT Week 2022
aerOS is a European Horizon Europe research project (HE-CL4-2021-DATA-01-05) running for 3 years which aims at transparently utilising the resources on the edge-to-cloud computing continuum for enabling applications in an effective manner while incorporating multiple services. The overarching goal of aerOS is to design and build a virtualized, platform-agnostic meta operating system for the IoT edge-cloud continuum.
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