Fostering the Emerging Market of Internet of Things

Coordinated by i2CAT

Started at: 01-05-2019
Ends on: 31-10-2021

Budget: 1.997.659,90€

Areas: Mobility


FEM-IoT is a consortium of 12 Catalan research centers to boost the emerging sector of the Internet of Things. The main objective is to become a laboratory platform for the research and innovation of smart city infrastructure elements and all the resulting value-added services. In other words, the project intended to provide the infrastructure of the city of intelligence through IoT solutions, which will allow the development of the smart cities sector.

This project is led by the i2CAT and has the participation of the BSC, CTTC, the UPC, the, UPF, the UOC, the URV, the CVC, EURECAT, Leitat, IREC and CIMNE.

Research sub-projects:

  • IoT Data Valuation: To develop standard methods of data analysis. Two study cases: one for controlling the energy flows on the streets, and one for the intelligent traffic control and traffic control system.
  • Connected Street Infrastructures: To achieve an integrated, flexible and multi-technology ICT infrastructure. 


This project is 50% financed by the European Regional Development Fund in the framework of the ERDF 2014-2020 Operational Program for Catalonia

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