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“We are aiming for a platform of services and tools which will enhance the privacy and security of communication in the future hyper-connected smart cities”: Interview with Antonis Litke, M-Sec partner

Antonis Litke is a Senior Research Engineer at ICCS, part of the National Technical University of Athens, and a technical partner on the M-Sec project. We caught up with Antonis to get up to speed on their latest developments in blockchain applications, how their work fits within the wider M-Sec framework at what the associated […]

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 […]

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 […]

Competition: create a smart city app in 48 hours!

Develop a Smart City App with real-time data from cities and other data sources, using the FIWARE generic component framework. Show it to the world at the ICT 2018 Conference in Vienna and win prize money totaling 10,000 Euro. Fiware ICT Challenge Vienna Vienna, one of the most innovative cities in the world, has teamed […]

The M-Sec partners meet for the first time in person!

After weeks of working online and via digital platforms, on 16-18 October 2018, the European and Japanese partners behind M-Sec finally met in person for the first time in Barcelona. M-Sec project, an initiative which aims to create IoT, blockchain, big data and cloud computing solution for smart cities, is run by partners based in […]