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Prof Luis de la Torre

Country: Spain

Field of expertise / NGI Topic: CyberSecurity

Organisation type: SME

Organisation’s full legal name: Nebulous Systems

NGI-related portfolio (solutions,projects, platforms, etc…) ENLARGE (rEmote coNtroLled Access to inteRnet of thinGs dEvices) is our IoT cloud platform and suite of related hardware/software solutions that offers a way to easily implement cloud services for managing the configuration and access to all type of sensors, actuators and controllers. The access to any device or equipment managed through ENLARGE, is secure, controlled, organized and collaborative (SCOC). A company or institution that purchases ENLARGE, gains the ability to provide SCOC access from the Internet to any of its physical systems (production lines, pilot plants, laboratory equipment, etc.). This company or institution may use a private server for this purpose or establish itself as an IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) provider. In addition, accessible systems can be in mobile networks. ENLARGE is modular and scalable and it constitutes a complete ecosystem of solutions for IoT with applications in Industry 4.0, Smart Cities and STEM educational and research labs.

NGI focus areas for experiments discovery, platforms,

Field(s) of expertise / NGI Topic CyberSecurity

Other: Smar Cities, Smart Education, Smart Industry

Do you have any early evidence of your project, platform, that you wish to share? Our system has been running in two different universities for several years now and it has been used by several teachers and hundreds of students to perform their laboratory practices in a blended learning scenario with different lab setups.

Which kind of experiments would you like to see funded via Open Calls?

Research and educational laboratories

GitHub or any other SW community

The 30-months project will push the Next Generation Internet a step further by providing cascade funding to EU-based researchers and innovators in carrying out Next Generation Internet related experiments in collaboration with US research teams.

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