The Internet of Things (IoT) merges physical and virtual worlds. The European Commission is actively promoting the IoT as a next step towards the digitisation of our society and economy. The EU-funded IntellIoT project will develop a framework for intelligent IoT environments that execute semi-autonomous IoT applications, enabling a suite of novel use cases in which a human expert plays a key role in controlling and teaching the AI-enabled systems. Specifically, the project will focus on agriculture (tractors semi-autonomously operated in conjunction with drones), healthcare (patients monitored by sensors) and manufacturing (automated plants shared by multiple tenants who utilise machinery from third-party vendors). It will establish human-defined autonomy through distributed AI running on intelligent IoT devices.
|Effective start/end date||01/10/2020 → 30/09/2023|
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