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ELIKO Competence Centre project

ELIKO launched an Internet of Things (IoT) driven industrial R&D program in 2015. The aim of the project to help companies develop competitive products through active collaboration with universities. This is to ensure that companies invest in future-proof technologies in the IoT. The program has two focus areas. Projects under the first area, sensing and signal processing in the IoT, develop algorithms suitable for compact and energy efficient electronic devices. Better energy efficiency is essential for future connected applications. In the second focus area, Eliko designs software and communication solutions that simplify data transmission in the IoT environment. IoT infrastructures, applications and services combine complex set of technologies to deliver end-user applications for smart cities, smart factories and the smart home. The program includes 22 industry-led R&D projects in a range of fields.

In the project, Testonica is focusing on development of advanced test systems of further IoT devices. Due to high-speed nature and complexity of modern embedded systems, the traditional means of testing (e.g. with the help of external test and measurement equipment) often become inefficient. Our task is to develop FPGA-based smart embedded instruments, i.e. ready-made firmware components/IP cores that are injected into programmable components of IoT devices for test purposes.

Project Fact Sheet

  • Budget: 7 MEUR
  • Duration: July 2015 - June 2022
  • Partners: Artec Design, ASAN Security Technologies, Cybernetica, Degeetia, Elvior, FlyDog Marine, GoSwift, Haapsalu Neurological Rehabilitation Centre, Injeq, ITT Group, Martem, Norcar Group, North Estonia Medical Centre, Positium, Protobios, Reach-U, Ridango, Safetoact, Selfdiagnostics, Sirius Microwave, Telegrupp, Testonica Lab, Threod Systems, West Tallinn Central Hospital
  • Contract Number: EU48693
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