IoTCrawler – a search engine for Internet of Things devices

IoTCrawler is a three-year long research project focusing on developing a search engine for the Internet of Things (IoT), enabling search on it’s devices. The project spans both industry, universities and cities.

IoTCrawler addresses dynamic search, discovery of IoT resources and security and privacy.

This has assisted us in our journey towards building a new internet paradigm where not just websites are discoverable through search, but also dynamic data sources and IoT devices, taking into account the complexity of internet connectivity.

With IoTCrawler we aim to make real-world data from devices accessible and actionable in creating smarter use across domains of the data IoT devices generate.

An assessment of the IoTCrawler

An assessment of the IoTCrawler

Software engineer and IoT home owner Martin H. Rasmussen (DK) gave us his personal account of his experience exploring the IoTCrawler GitHub and the use cases. We found Martins account inspiring and applicable into improving little things in our communication, and he...

IoTCrawler presented at ICT Verticals and Horizontals

IoTCrawler presented at ICT Verticals and Horizontals

After a successful kick-off on the 14th October 2020, the European Commission are bringing together more than 200 distinguished expert-level participants to participate to the roundtable discussions. Our consortium was represented through Hien Truong from NEC Europe....

Online event on IoTCrawler

Online event on IoTCrawler

We are currently getting ready to present the major achievements of the IoTCrawler and to look onwards at new potentials. Join us for a few hours on March 24thThe webinar will focus on what we have accomplished, and what we might offer to new contexts. The cases we...

The exploitation process show new oportunities

The exploitation process show new oportunities

The distant work has not slowed down the process of discussing and identifying innovations of the IoTCrawler. On the contrary, we have decided to break new ground by zooming in on the most valuable results, in online workshop formats. New methods provide us with...

ICT Verticals and Horizontals for Blockchain Standardisation

ICT Verticals and Horizontals for Blockchain Standardisation

DG Connect to invite to a series of Roundtables to allow H2020 projects to present the work done and explore more active involvement into activities of blockchain standardisation bodies. NEC were present at the kick-off on behalf of IoTCrawler. On October the 14th...

Meeting with the Advisory Board

Meeting with the Advisory Board

Valuable feed-back In an online meeting with our advisory board, we were able to pitch to them where we are in the project. We particularly wanted their advice on exploitation and we asked them to consider the following questions: What was your first idea/impression...

“Security and Privacy around the world” a global digital IoTevent

“Security and Privacy around the world” a global digital IoTevent

On October 20th the IoTCrawler were represented next to fellow H2020 projects SOFIE and CHARIOT, as our project coordinator Proffessor Antonio Skarmeta took upon him the role of facilitator in the first session IoT forum's impressive digital 24-hour event. It seemed...

IoTCrawler in use at BTech Aarhus University

IoTCrawler in use at BTech Aarhus University

A functioning, sensor-based room booking app and a business case focused on the IoTCrawler framework are the concluding results of the work by students at Aarhus University BTECH. The IoTCrawler has been an active part in the Aarhus University's test bed since the...

IoTCrawler at Work: Smart Parking in Murcia

IoTCrawler at Work: Smart Parking in Murcia

One of the problems that all major cities are facing is traffic congestion, and a surprisingly large part of CO2 emissions stem from cars slow-driving in search of a vacant parking space in city centers. OdinS and UMU have worked in close relation with the Smart City...

Webinar with NGIoT and SOFIE

Webinar with NGIoT and SOFIE

 Two other EU projects were involved in the webinar "Going Public" which the IoTCrawler project co-presented. SOFIE and NGIoT. Read about the insights here and revisit the talk.Going Public with IoT gamechangers Both SOFIE and IoTCrawler are in the situation of being...

Meeting with the ETSI standardisation working group

Meeting with the ETSI standardisation working group

Influential components in terms of standardization This week Hien Truong of NEC international gave a presentation during a meeting of standardisation working group ETSI ISG PDL about IoTCrawler and Distributed Ledger Technology. The group expressed great interest in...

We are Going Public

We are Going Public

Cooperation and knowledge sharing are at the core of The IoTCrawler project, and we are happy to announce that we are ready to go public for the benefit for other users.  We have now released a new version of the Search Engine for the Internet of Things Framework as...

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