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OpenSwarm has leading academic institutions, industrial partners, and SMEs. INRIA, IMEC, KUL, UOS lead secure low-power wireless, AI, communication, and robotics. ADI, SIG, and SIA are market leaders. ING and WE focus on environmental protection. The consortium aims to promote innovation and development in these areas.
Low-power wireless technology tends to be used today for simple monitoring applications, in which raw sensor data is reported periodically to a server for analysis. The ambition of the OpenSwarm project is to trigger the next revolution in these data-driven systems by developing true collaborative and distributed smart nodes, through groundbreaking R&I in three technological pillars: efficient networking and management of smart nodes, collaborative energy-aware Artificial Intelligence (AI), and energy-aware swarm programming.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe Framework Programme under Grant Agreement No. 101093046.