The Digital Infrastructure Action Line is the core enabler of the digital transformation by providing secure, robust, responsive and intelligent communications and computation facilities. More specifically, it targets in networking: the mobile broadband infrastructure, network softwarisation, and the Internet of Things; in computing: cloud computing, Big Data, and Artificial Intelligence; in security: privacy, cyber security, and digital ID management.
A key aspect of the Digital Infrastructure Action Line is to catalyse cooperation across the networking, computing and security domains. This will create added value by the deep integration of technologies that typically are only very loosely coupled. Distributed cloud solutions that are secure and privacy aware for real-time processing based on close integration of networking, computing and security will support new industry segments that are latency sensitive, such as the automotive industry or process industry segments.
Advanced Connectivity Platform for Vertical Segments (ACTIV8)
ACTIV8 High Impact Initiative addresses the Internet-of-Things market, which currently is in its early stages, and dominated by domain-specific platforms, proprietary architectures and vertically divided technology silos. ACTIV8 enables crossing these silos. Read more
Warwick Analytics, the UK scaleup developing machine learning platforms for text recognition, joins EIT Digital AcceleratorFriday, July 27 2018
Europe is deep tech: 200 European scaleups in the running for the EIT Digital Challenge 2018Wednesday, June 27 2018
Empowering the IoT data ownersWednesday, June 27 2018
Innovation "made in Europe": what new disruptive technologies are expected in 2018?Tuesday, June 12 2018
Indexima, the French scaleup with its "zero time to data" solutions, joins EIT Digital Accelerator for international expansionThursday, June 7 2018
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