26 July 2021

New EU project 5G-IANA accelerates the creation and commercialisation of Automotive Applications based on 5G Intelligent Networks

5G-IANA is an EU funded project focused on providing agents of the automotive and mobility sectors an open 5G intelligent experimentation platform. This platform will enable companies to develop, implement and test their automotive services as well as to accelerate their development prior to the commercialization phase. The project gathers 16 partners from 8 European countries. An Open 5G Intelligent Experimentation Platform will be developed and available for companies in the sector. The disruptive approach of the project intends to exploit obtained results through 7 different use cases.

06 March 2020

HIT participated in Ageing@Work 4th project meeting

All the project partners met for the 4th time on February 19-20, 2020, at the premises of CIOP-PIB Institute in Warsaw, Poland. The meeting was full of fruitful discussions and meaningful exchanges on the technical developments of the Ageing@Work platform.

21 February 2020

HIT signs a Technical Consultancy contract with the Cyprus Department of Environment

HIT signed a contract with the Department of Environment of the Cyprus Ministry of Agriculture for the provision of technical consultancy services. The Department intends to have a new information system developed within the next few years in order to support its daily activities and, in this direction, HIT was awarded the technical consultancy contract to prepare the system specifications.

10 January 2020

UrbanPeriscope project kick-off meeting

The UrbanPeriscope's kick-off meeting took place on 9 January 2020 at The Cyprus Institute’s site in Nicosia, where the partners gathered to discuss in person the project’s objectives, and future work and expected plans. The meeting concluded with discussions related to the project’s pilot sites and the related plans for developing the necessary technology and procedures.

03 December 2019

Urban Periscope Grant

HIT has been awarded with a contract from the Cyprus Research and Innovation Foundation (Project Acronym: UrbanPeriscope) with the aim to develop an innovative platform for the identification, classification, documentation and renovation of heritage buildings, which can be exploited by a variety of stakeholders related to the conservation and retrofit activities.

16 October 2019

HIT participates in H2020 project Ageing@work

HIT has been recently awarded with a new contract from the European Commission (Project Acronym: Ageing@work) with the aim to develop a platform of ICT tools, which on one hand, will help tailoring the workplace to the evolving needs and specificities of the ageing workers, both in terms of ergonomics and in terms of work processes and task assignments and on the other, will support the ageing worker’s active and healthy ageing at work and at home.

12 November 2018

HIT participated in the RenoZEB project meeting on 23 and 24 October in Bilbao, Spain

The 2nd RenoZEB project meeting, which took place on 23 and 24 October 2018 in Bilbao (Spain), involved on the one hand updating of all partners regarding project progress and discussing the project plan for the upcoming period and on the other hand the visits to the 2 sites in Spain where the experimentation and piloting activities will take place.

10 September 2018

HIT leading human-centric energy consumption optimization automations for buildings renovated through the RENOZEB holistic approach

HIT is a proud partner of the RENOZEB H2020 project which mainly aims to unlock the nearly Zero Energy Building (nZEB) renovation market by increasing property value through a new systemic approach to retrofitting. The RenoZEB holistic approach considers all the phases of the Deep Renovation life cycle (plan, design, construction and management) and the involved value chain and their interrelation and workflows to reach the optimum cost/ benefit ratio.

31 August 2018

HIT participates at the 1st plenary meeting of DELTA

DELTA project partners gathered in Cyprus for the first plenary meeting. This marked the first occasion since the project’s kick-off meeting in May that the 10 project partners met in person to discuss DELTA’s progress and provide plans for what is to come as the project matures. The venue for our plenary was the city of Nicosia. Of particular interest to HIT have been the sessions regarding the DELTA virtual node infrastructure layer design and the virtual node multi agent system. Both these tasks are led by HIT.