Our Webinar IT-Safety requirements des EVU to IOT Edge Computing Systems

On 17.11.2020 our webinar about “IT security requirements of the utility company for IOT edge computing systems” took place. Stefan Slembrouck and Michael Driesch discussed the intelligent control of street lighting. The video and the presentation are now available online. Click here for the video Click here for the presentation.

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Das Programm der Linux Foundation for Energy erklärt

We are happy to present the first event ever of the Linux Foundation for Energy in Germany on December 10th!
Prof. Antonello Monti and Sven Leiß will introduce you to the German Open Source community about the work of the Linux for Energy program.
LF Energy provides a neutral, collaborative community to build the shared digital investments that will change the world’s relationship with energy.

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FISMEP Final digital workshop

On November 19th the Final Event from FISMEP project “FIWARE for Smart Energy Platform”, will take place. The main results and key achievements of the past three years will be highlighted and the challenges and requirements for the future wide implementation of an innovative, open source platform for smart energy will be discussed, together with field experts.

Gianluca Dianese, Director of IDEASFORUM will participate, as a panelist to the workshop on “Innovative, open platform for smart energy of the future: vision and requirements for further use cases applications“.

On December 3rd, the IDEASFORUM Smart Energy Competence Centre will also dedicate a webinar to the reusability of the FISMEP results in smart energy projects in Germany. Please register at this link.

To know more about the FISMEP project click here.

The European Commission encourages Open Source use through FIWARE

FIWARE is thrilled to have been included in the recent European Commission report “Communication to the Commission – Open Source Software Strategy 2020 – 2023 – Think Open” as one of the major drivers helping to level the playing field for the use of open source across Europe and beyond.

With the report, the European Commission reinforces its internal working culture, which is already largely based on open source principles and aims to invigorate the European Union’s one-of-a-kind social market economy, promote competition and encourage SMEs to work towards the creation of innovative solutions that support common policies.

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