Continous Delivery toolkit
ENACT will deliver two enablers that aim at improving the continuous delivery of smart IoT systems, with a specific focus on (i) agile and continuous evolution and (ii) ensuring the proper design of the system before delivery. A particular attention will be given to support the testing of smart IoT systems and the gradual migration from the test to the operation environment.
Agile Operation Toolkit
ENACT will deliver three innovative enablers to significantly reduce the burden of managing and maintaining smart IoT systems. A specific attention will be given (i) to ensure the trustworthiness of such systems and (ii) to automate operation activities as much as possible.
ENACT will deliver a set of enablers addressing specific crosscutting trustworthiness concerns such as ensuring proper robustness, security and privacy of smart IoT systems.
ENACT has been featured Project of the Week for week 15-19 March 2021 on the Cyberwatching.eu Project Hub, the Europe’s complete and unabridged compilation of EU-funded research projects on cybersecurity topics.
Despite pandemic-related difficulties, the H2020 ENACT Pilot testing phase for the eHealth use case has been safely launched today in Borgo Mazzini Smart Cohousing - ISRAA in Treviso.
The ENACT eHealth use case developed by Tellu supports remote patient care and follow up. The use case has already been commercialised during the project period and is now getting specific attention as it is applied for remote care and following up of patients that has tested positive on Covid 19.
Our Fleet management solution has been distinghished with the best paper awards at MODELS'2020. Read more about DivENACT and MODELS in this news!
Four of our enablers identified by the EC innovation radar as key innovations: DivENACT, Context-Aware Access Control, Actuation Conflict Management, Behavioral Drift Analysis!
The 22nd of June, our project manager presented how ENACT enables DevOps for IoT Software Development, powered by Open Source
The 15th of May, NGIOT is organizing a webinar where the ENACT approach will be presented.
The 5th of March, ENACT is organizing its first Hackathon at University Côte d'Azur in Sophia Antipolis. The hackathon will be the opportunity for disseminating these results via tutorials and the first direct manipulations of our enablers by external users. It will also provide us with first feedbacks from users a priori unfamiliar with the ENACT enablers.
SINTEF secured an innovation project funded by the Norwegian Research Council, based on the ENACT research on fleet-oriented operation of Edge/IoT systems. TellU, an eHealth solution provider also from ENACT, and Dolittle, a software house with their business in the the maritime domain, are the industry partners. The project will keep close collaboration with Microsoft.
The ENACT project's latest results will be presented at the Summer School 2019: Smart Cities for a sustainable energy future–from design to practice. The lecture is entitled "For Smart Cities: Bridge the gap from Design to Operation of Trustworthy Smart IoT Systems with Tools' support". On August 22nd, Phu Nguyen (Research scientist, SINTEF) will give the lecture as part of a two-week summer school for research students.
ENACT advisory board meeting
The 3rd of April we had our first ENACT advisory board physical meeting, which was co-located with our ENACT plenary meeting in Bilbao. In particular, three of our advisors were able to attend the meeting: Paul Lipton, Olivier Barais, and Peter Matthews. We would like to thank them again for their dedication and for providing us with a lot of very valuable feedbacks!
During the Gartner Identity & Access Management Summit which took place on 7-8 March 2019 at The InterContinental London — The O2, where the complete worldwide community of Identity & Access Management software vendors, integrators and reference customers was attending, Evidian had a booth where ENACT was presented as part of its Innovation activities.
On Tuesday June 18, ENACT will organise a workshop at the IoT Week 2019. The workshop will be divided into two session. A one hour session in the morning from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM and a 2 hours session in the afternoon from 1:30 PM to 03:30 PM. Both session will be located at the Musikhuset Aarhus - Duoen.
SINTEF Digital, one of the SINTEF's institute was kicked-off last week in Trondheim. The whole 400 employees of the institute together with some external were invited to this 2-days event. During the first day, the SSI department, which is leading ENACT, had a booth where we presented ENACT.
Next week, the ENACT consortium will participate in the IoT Event first week of December 2019. We will have a joint booth in the exhibition area together with other H2020 projects from the cluster of IoT projects on security and privacy.
The ENACT consortium will participate in the IoT Week conference in June 2019, bringing with us the ideas and results on enabling DevOps of IoT systems.
Last month, ENACT was very well represented at MODELS’18. The 21st International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems (MODELS) was held in Copenhagen from the 14th to the 19th of October. MODELS is a highly ranked conference in the field of software engineering.
During 9-10 October 2018, the ENACT project members gathered at the facilities of CA Technologies in Barcelona for the fourth plenary meeting. We reviewed the status of all the work packages, engaged cross work package technical discussions, and made agreements on the next key steps.
During the CA Technologies Built to Change (BTC) Summit, a company event with worldwide IT journalist leaders and analysts from around 25 countries which took place on the 5th of June, 2018 in Santa Clara, California, the ENACT project has been presented as part of the CA Advance Research Initiatives.
On the 16th, 17th, and 18th of January, 2018, the whole consortium of the ENACT project gathered in Oslo for the Kick-off Meeting, hosted by the SINTEF's project team. The main objectives of this meeting were to 1) get to know the people in the project; 2) kick off the project activities, in particular the WP1 (use cases) and WP5 (architecture); 3) get to know the project partners' background and planned contributions; 4) agree on the project management aspects; and 5) decide on the next steps to ensure a good start of the project.