ITI/Forschung/Projekte/Scott
SCOTT - Secure Connected Trustable Things
The SCOTT (Secure COnnected Trustable Things) project will provide comprehensive cost-efficient solutions of wireless, end-to-end secure, trustworthy connectivity and interoperability to bridge the last mile to market implementation. SCOTT will not deal with just 'things that are connected', but 'trustable things that are connected', i.e., things interconnected by dependable wireless technology and valuing the end-users' privacy rules. The SCOTT project (started in May 2017 and lasting 38 months until April 2020) is funded by the European Union and the FFG under the ECSEL Joint Undertaking call as an Innovation Action. The project is a collaboration between 57 partners from 12 countries that bundles the European key players from several industrial domains including building and home and smart infrastructure, automotive, aeronautics, rail, as well as health to make full potential of cross-domain synergies and to strengthen Europe's position in the emerging technology field of secure IoT.
Mitarbeiter
Projektleiter/in an der OE
Carlo Alberto Boano
Ass.Prof. Dott. Dott. mag. Priv.-Doz. Dr.techn. MSc
Teilnehmer / Mitarbeiter
Rainer Hofmann
Dipl.-Ing. BSc
Kay Uwe Römer
Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Inform. Dr.sc.ETH
Forschungsgebiete
  • Networked Embedded Systems

Ausgewählte Publikationen

2020
Tagungsbeitrag
Hannah Brunner, Rainer Hofmann, Markus Schuß, Jakob Link, Matthias Hollick, Carlo Alberto Boano and Kay Uwe Römer Demo: Cross-Technology Broadcast Communication between Off-The-Shelf Wi-Fi, BLE, and IEEE 802.15.4 Devices Demo: Cross-Technology Broadcast Communication between Off-The-Shelf Wi-Fi, BLE, and IEEE 802.15.4 Devices 176-177 Publikation in PURE anzeigen
David Grubmair, Rainer Hofmann, Carlo Alberto Boano and Kay Uwe Römer Poster: Accurate Cross-Technology Clock Synchronization Among Off-The-Shelf Wireless Devices Poster: Accurate Cross-Technology Clock Synchronization Among Off-The-Shelf Wireless Devices 162-163 Publikation in PURE anzeigen
Jiska Classen, Michael Spörk, Carlo Alberto Boano, Kay Uwe Römer and Matthias Hollick Demo: Analyzing Bluetooth Low Energy Connections on Off-the-Shelf Devices Proceedings of the 17 International Conference on Embedded Wireless Systems and Networks (EWSN) Publikation in PURE anzeigen
Michael Spörk, Jiska Classen, Carlo Alberto Boano, Matthias Hollick and Kay Römer Improving the Reliability of Bluetooth Low Energy Connections Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Embedded Wireless Systems and Networks (EWSN) 144-155 Publikation in PURE anzeigen
2019
Sonstiger Beitrag
Rainer Hofmann, Carlo Alberto Boano and Kay Uwe Römer X-Burst: Enabling Multi-Platform Cross-Technology Communication between Constrained IoT Devices Publikation in PURE anzeigen
Michael Spörk, Carlo Alberto Boano and Kay Uwe Römer Performance and Trade-offs of the new PHY Modes of BLE 5 Publikation in PURE anzeigen
Markus Schuß, Carlo Alberto Boano, Manuel Weber, Matthias Schulz, Matthias Hollick and Kay Uwe Römer JamLab-NG: Benchmarking Low-Power Wireless Protocols under Controllable and Repeatable Wi-Fi Interference Publikation in PURE anzeigen
Michael Spörk, Carlo Alberto Boano and Kay Uwe Römer Improving the Timeliness of Bluetooth Low Energy in Noisy RF Environments Publikation in PURE anzeigen
Antonio Langiu, Carlo Alberto Boano, Markus Schuß and Kay Uwe Römer UpKit: An Open-Source, Portable, and Lightweight Update Framework for Constrained IoT Devices Publikation in PURE anzeigen
2018
Tagungsbeitrag
Tobias Renzler, Michael Spörk, Carlo Alberto Boano and Kay Uwe Römer Improving the Efficiency and Responsiveness of Smart Objects Using Adaptive BLE Device Discovery 4th ACM MobiHoc Workshop on Experiences with the Design and Implementation of Smart Objects Publikation in PURE anzeigen
2017
Tagungsbeitrag
Michael Spörk, Carlo Alberto Boano, Marco Zimmerling and Kay Uwe Römer BLEach: Exploiting the Full Potential of IPv6 over BLE in Constrained Embedded IoT Devices BLEach: Exploiting the Full Potential of IPv6 over BLE in Constrained Embedded IoT Devices 15-29 Publikation in PURE anzeigen
Fördergeber
  • Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft mbH (FFG) , FFG
  • European Commission - Europäische Kommission, EU