Our part­ner­ship con­sists of indus­tri­al, research, aca­dem­ic and gov­ern­ment­al organ­isa­tions from the European Uni­on and the Repub­lic of Korea.

Fondazione Bruno Kessler

Italy, research institute

Loc­ated in Trento, Italy, Fondazione Bruno Kessler (FBK) is a private non-profit research insti­tu­tion sub­sid­ized by the Province of Trento and aims to res­ults of excel­lence in sci­ence and tech­no­logy with par­tic­u­lar emphas­is on inter­dis­cip­lin­ary approaches and applic­a­tions, while aim­ing to con­duct tech­no­logy trans­fer at the loc­al, nation­al and inter­na­tion­al indus­tri­al level.


Spain, Large Enterprise

Atos Soci­etas Euro­paea (Atos SE) is a lead­er in digit­al trans­form­a­tion with approx­im­ately 100,000 employ­ees in 72 coun­tries and pro forma annu­al rev­en­ue of circa € 12 bil­lion. Serving a glob­al cli­ent base, the Group is the European lead­er in Big Data, Cyber­se­cur­ity, Digit­al Work­place and provides Cloud ser­vices, Infra­struc­ture & Data Man­age­ment, Busi­ness & Plat­form solu­tions, as well as trans­ac­tion ser­vices through World­line, the European lead­er in the pay­ment industry.

Kentyou  [participation period: from M24]

France, Research Institute

Kenty­ou is a star­tup com­pany that has been cre­ated out of 7 years of research and devel­op­ment, big part fun­ded by European research pro­jects. DECENTER pro­ject is a great oppor­tun­ity for Kenty­ou to exploit those European Com­mis­sion fun­ded res­ults and apply them in the project’s spe­cif­ic needs such as the IoT plat­form and the digit­al twin. DECENTER’s innov­at­ive solu­tions in terms of dis­trib­uted AI and resource orches­tra­tion will provide value-added fea­tures to sensiN­act plat­form and increase its com­pet­it­ive­ness. Kenty­ou will integ­rate those fea­tures into sensiNact’s open core plat­form. The core of the plat­form, asso­ci­ated tools and a set of con­nect­or ser­vices will be provided as open source, while Kenty­ou will com­mer­cial­ise value-added ser­vices on top of the plat­form, build spe­cif­ic con­nect­or ser­vices, provide increased scalab­il­ity, per­form­ance and secur­ity, as well as enhanced data ana­lys­is tools.

Comune di Trento

Italy, Public Administration

Trento is an Itali­an city of approx­im­ately 116,000 inhab­it­ants loc­ated in Trentino‐Alto Adige/Südtirol. This place is char­ac­ter­ized by a plur­al iden­tity and com­mit­ted to com­bine smart devel­op­ment and innov­a­tion with the typ­ic­al charm of an Alpine city with valu­able his­tor­ic­al and cul­tur­al her­it­age.


Spain, Sme

Robot­nik star­ted its activ­ity in 2002 and is cur­rently a lead­ing com­pany in the European ser­vice robot­ics mar­ket. Robot­nik man­u­fac­tures mobile robot plat­forms and mobile manip­u­lat­ors, and devel­ops autonom­ous robots for per­form­ing tasks for the well-being of humans or machines, prin­cip­ally Robots for Logist­ics and Robots for Inspec­tion.

University of Ljubljana

Slovenia, University

The Uni­ver­sity of Ljubljana (UL) is the old­est and the largest uni­ver­sity in Slov­e­nia with about 60,000 stu­dents. The Depart­ment of Con­struc­tion Inform­at­ics at the Fac­ulty of Civil and Geo­det­ic Engin­eer­ing is lead­er in the domain of Smart Con­struc­tion. It also par­ti­cip­ates in Dis­trib­uted, Grid, Cloud, Fog and Edge Com­put­ing research pro­jects and ini­ti­at­ives and activ­it­ies related to High Per­form­ance Com­put­ing and the Super­com­put­ing Centre of Slov­e­nia.

Korea Electronics Technology Institute

Korea, Research And Development Centre

The Korea Elec­tron­ics Tech­no­logy Insti­tute (KETI) is spe­cial­ized in the elec­tron­ics & Inform­a­tion Tech­no­logy area under the Min­istry of Trade, Industry & Energy. Since its estab­lish­ment in 1991, it has giv­en its best efforts toward the com­pet­it­ive­ness of small and mid-sized enter­prises in Korea’s flag­ship indus­tries and new indus­tries. KETI reor­gan­ized its R&D cap­ab­il­it­ies to devel­op mar­ket-ori­ented and prac­tic­al tech­no­lo­gies in order to indus­tri­al­ize tech­no­lo­gies in the the­or­et­ic­al and aca­dem­ic realm. In addi­tion to this, the accu­mu­lated core tech­no­lo­gies are shared by incor­por­at­ing SME’s col­lab­or­a­tion plat­forms. KETI has been lis­ted on the Tom­son Reu­ters 2012 top 100 glob­al innov­at­ors.


Korea, Sme

Gluesys was estab­lished in 2000 and is loc­ated in Any­ang, Repub­lic of Korea. Hav­ing the best net­work stor­age soft­ware tech­no­logy in South Korea, Gluesys has the exper­i­ence of provid­ing cus­tom­ized solu­tions to the cus­tom­ers from a wide range of indus­tries such as fin­ance, tele­com­mu­nic­a­tion, gov­ern­ment and medi­cine. Gluesys is ori­ented towards the future of innov­a­tion and will put all efforts for the advance­ment of domest­ic and world­wide ICT, along with con­stant interest on its cus­tom­ers. Its recent interests have expan­ded on the scaled-up cloud com­put­ing and IoT integ­ra­tion devel­op­ment, con­stantly express­ing aggress­ive mar­ket­ing strategy to appeal to the cus­tom­ers with pro­spect­ive insight.


Korea, Sme

Dali­works provides an Inter­net of Things (IoT) Cloud plat­form, called Thing­Plus, which enables cus­tom­ers to build high-speed, price-com­pet­it­ive and scal­able IoT ser­vices with proven reli­ab­il­ity. Thing­Plus ser­vice deliv­ers a full end-to-end solu­tion to the prob­lem of IoT service/solution devel­op­ment, oper­a­tion, and man­age­ment. Dali­works focuses on addi­tion­al out-of-the box func­tion­al­ity which is accom­pan­ied by its advances towards time-sav­ing meas­ures for its cli­ents.


Korea, Large Enterprise

Foun­ded in 1996, LG U+ has ded­ic­ated itself to cre­at­ing mean­ing­ful changes in cus­tom­ers’ lives through its tele­com­mu­nic­a­tions ser­vice, home ser­vice – which includes ultra-high speed Inter­net, VoIP, and IPTV ser­vice – and through the data ser­vice busi­ness. LG U+ con­tin­ues to grow in the era of the 4G mobile com-munic­a­tion sys­tem with its advanced LTE tech­no­logy and net­work and dis­tinct fea­tures. Recently, LG U+ has posi­tioned itself into the 5G com­mu­nic­a­tion tech­no­logy and IoT industry, as the core of the 4th Indus­tri­al Revolu­tion.

Seoul National University

Korea, University

A tra­di­tion of excel­lence hon­or­ing pub­lic ser­vice pion­eer­ing know­ledge, Seoul Nation­al Uni­ver­sity (SNU) hon­ors the ideals of lib­er­al edu­ca­tion and aims to teach stu­dents a lifelong love of learn­ing that will form the basis for con­tinu­ous per­son­al growth. At the same time, it is com­mit­ted to pre­par­ing stu­dents to work and live in an increas­ingly com­pet­it­ive glob­al envir­on­ment. As South Korea’s first nation­al uni­ver­sity, the SNU has a tra­di­tion of stand­ing up for demo­cracy and peace on the Korean pen­in­sula.

Com­mis­sari­at à l’Energie Atomique et aux Ener­gies Altern­at­ives [par­ti­cip­a­tion peri­od: M1-M24]

France, Research Institute

Com­mis­sari­at à l’énergie atomique et aux éner­gies altern­at­ives (CEA) is a world lead­ing research insti­tu­tion, the World’s 2nd most innov­at­ive research insti­tu­tion, accord­ing to Reu­ters. CEA’s tech­no­lo­gic­al divi­sions have the main object­ive of trans­fer­ring innov­a­tion to industry.