As part of the Carpe Digem Interreg project, a round table on the new approach Innovation as a Service (IaaS) was held on 26 November. The event was moderated by assistant professor Emilia Stojmenova Duh from University of Ljubljana (Faculty of electrical engineering) who also presented the role of 4PDIH in partnership with Association of Municipalities and towns of Slovenia (SOS) on supporting digital transformation of public sector.
On 4th of November, as part of the Interreg project Carpe Digem, a webinar on digital innovation and the evolution of tourism in the challenging times of COVID-19 took place.
At Laboratory for Telecommunications, we are looking for a researcher joining our team to work on digitalization and smart digital transformation in rural and urban areas. Within domestic and international projects, we research and develop various solutions to solve real problems in the communities.
With the objective of presenting partner’s digital innovation ecosystems (DIGEM) and considering their place within the broader context, with particular attention given to digital innovation ecosystems, smart villages and digital transformation, an international online seminar was organized on 28th of May.
One of the most important goals of Interreg Europe projects is to create simulative environments for sharing solutions and good practices, with an aim to improve strategies for citizens and communities as a whole.
CyberLab is an open cybersecurity observation platform. It is a large geographically distributed network of honeypots deployed on more than 50 locations in Europe and USA that continuously monitors cybersecurity attacks and collects large volumes of data about who the attackers are, what they are after, who are the most attractive targets, how long they stay on the attacked nodes and what tools they use.
On Wednesday, 27 November 2019, a meeting of the 5G Safety Advisory Board for ‘5G Safety’ project took place in Ljubljana at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering. In the project, partners, including projects funded with EU funds, are exploring advanced telecommunications solutions to increase public safety and protect lives.
Participants from 10 organizations from 7 countries attended the CARPE DIGEM project kick-off meeting at L’INKUB (Digital Accelerator and Hub) in Nevers, France, on 24-25 September 2019 hosted by our Lead partner, the Digital Nievre. This first meeting served as a ‘capacity building’ event to prepare the partnership to set up, manage and monitor the processes at the core of our project.