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Is your smart city secure enough and what can you do about it?

Is your smart city secure enough and what can you do about it?

Currently, smart city platforms are mainly centralized IoT/Cloud infrastructures, which introduces several limitations as these infrastructures tend to be: Inefficient in handling actuation and control over sensors and physical devices; Prone to “complete failures” since they dispose with centralized control by a limited number of administrative entities; Inflexible in the incorporation of innovative applications and […]

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What does it mean to be a ‘citizen as sensor’?

What does it mean to be a ‘citizen as sensor’?

From graffiti, to broken pavements, to left rubbish/trash, there can be many problems that pop-up in shared public spaces, especially in large cities. In many countries, local governments and authorities rely on traditional ways of receiving feedback from citizens, as well as from their own workforce, on the state of the city. These processes are […]

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Will you be at these autumn/winter 2019 events? Let’s connect!

Will you be at these autumn/winter 2019 events? Let’s connect!

The partners behind M-Sec project come from a range of organisations, including companies, universities, and local government bodies, and are based all over Europe (Greece, France, Spain, Portugal) and Japan. This geographic and organisational diversity means that representatives of our M-Sec project will be attending many different events across the world throughout the next few […]

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“M-Sec will open a marketplace where people can exchange data, services & IoT devices through virtual currencies”: Interview with Vanessa Clemente, M-Sec EU coordinator

“M-Sec will open a marketplace where people can exchange data, services & IoT devices through virtual currencies”: Interview with Vanessa Clemente, M-Sec EU coordinator

Vanessa Clemente is from Worldline, the European coordinating partner behind the M-Sec project. In this short interview, we sat down with Vanessa to dive deeper into what are the goals of M-Sec project, how Worldline co-ordinates the 12 partner organisations that are behind the project, and to find out more about the development of the […]

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M-Sec joins discussions on innovation with the EU, Japan and Korea

M-Sec joins discussions on innovation with the EU, Japan and Korea

M-Sec networked and shared ideas with similar cross-border initiatives at the session at the session ‘EU, Japan and Korea collaboration for breakthrough innovation’. Europe, Japan and Korea are strategic partners to address the world’s current challenges such as global warming, economic crisis, security threats, inequality, natural disasters and ageing society. On 3 December, professionals from […]

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