EIT Digital showcases Europe's latest IoT scale-ups at London's biggest IoT technology event

BBC interviews EIT Digital supported scale-up QARNOT at IOT Tech Expo.

BBC interviews EIT Digital supported scale-up QARNOT at IOT Tech Expo.

Imagine being able to plug your electric car into any street light, never having another gas bill, and never having your luggage lost by an airline. These are some of the latest digital solutions showcased by EIT Digital at the Internet of Things (IoT) Tech Expo in London this week (February 10 and 11).

IoT Tech Expo Europe brought together key industries from across Europe to introduce and explore the latest innovations in the Internet of Things space. Held at London's Olympia, the two-day conference included transport, manufacturing, health, logistics, government, energy and automotive sectors with over 100 exhibitors and around 200 speakers from across Europe.

Dennis Moynihan, London Node Director for EIT Digital said: "EIT Digital finds and supports some of the most exciting tech scale-ups in Europe today. These companies are just a few examples. Together with our 130 leading innovation partners, we're focused on creating real entrepreneurial opportunities around the Internet of Things – in London, the UK, Europe, and beyond."

This year, EIT Digital showcased six of its Internet of Things supported scale-ups:

Cyberlightning (FI)
Cybrlightning offers real-time sensor data collection & analysis via distributed mesh intelligence & 3D visualisation through highly scalable Cyberville platform.
www.cyberlightning.com

Ebee (DE)
Be provides charging infrastructure for electric vehicles.
www.ebee.berlin

Konux (DE)
Konux is a building smart sensor solution for real-time control and predictive maintenance to empower machine and infrastructure intelligence.
www.konux.com

Neue Labs (SW)
Neue Labs offers AUTOMAT, a small and flexible platform for building personal IoT, for professional creatives in agencies, studios, innovation & R&D departments
www.automat.space

Qarnot (FR)
Qarnot produces the Q.rad, the first computing heater embedding microprocessors as a heat source and connected to the Internet
www.qarnot-computing.com

Undagrid (NL)
Undagrid creates low power self-expanding network of connecting and interacting devices for airports and other industry
www.undagrid.com

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