COSMOS Social Planner App principles for Camden Heating Schedules@PCI2015!

The COSMOS Project will join the 19th Panhellenic Conference on Informatics (PCI 2015) in Athens, Greece, on 1st-3rd of October 2015. The PCI 2015 gives room for scientists, experts and professionals in computer science and the emerging fields of informatics to present original research results, to share experience and to exchange ideas.

COSMOS Experience Sharing@LinkedinPulse!

A new COSMOS related article on Experience Sharing has been published on Linkedin Pulse! Check it out here!

Relevant hashtags: #internetofthings,#iot, #M2M

COSMOS@IoTWeek 2015!!!

The COSMOS project will be attending the IoT Week 2015 event (! Looking forward to meeting you in our booth and showcasing the current results of the project.

COSMOS@Perfect Pitch Panel of NetFutures 2015!

The COSMOS Project will be attending the Perfect Pitch Panel in the context of NetFutures 2015 (, taking place in Brussels on the 25th and 26th of March! Looking forward to meeting you there!


The COSMOS project will be attending the SIDO event (! Looking forward to meeting you in our booth in the IERC Village and showcasing the current results of the project!

COSMOS releases its initial set of Public Deliverables!

The COSMOS Project is happy to announce the release of the first set of public deliverables. Check out our releases in terms of Platform Architecture, Components Design and Prototypes at our Downloads section.

IoT Requires Continuous Development

In modern software development, we are accustomed to seeing the term "continuous" used in expressions such as continuous integration and continuous delivery. Curiously, in neither context does the word carry its regular non-technical meaning of uninterrupted activity.

IoT a boon for healthcare sector

Healthcare providers are already embracing the IoT.

In a trial with the Ministry of Health that started last year, local telco StarHub placed its SIM cards in medical devices such as blood glucose meters, weighing scales and blood pressure monitors.

Meant for patients with chronic diseases, the data is stored in the devices, which doctors can access remotely.

4 things to do now to get ready for the Internet of Things

Loads of IP-addressable sensors are descending on the enterprise. Here's how you'll need to pull them all together.
The Internet of Things presents two opportunities for IT, says Chris Curran, chief technologist and principal in the advisory practice at PwC.