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COMPOSE nominated for IoTAwards

Carlos Pedrinaci, Friday 16 January 2015 | Annotate
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Every year the #IoTAwards honour the year's best products and ideas shaping the Internet of Things, may they be novel business ideas or disruptive devices. For 2014, KMi's EU project COMPOSE has been nominated for the best integrated solution for supporting the development of Internet of Things applications

COMPOSE competes in this category with well-established, commercial solutions such as,, and DGLogik, which highlights the high regards that the IoT community hold of COMPOSE's results.  

KMi plays a central role in the project with our very own Carlos Pedrinaci serving as Scientific Director, and Luca Panziera leading core infrastructure for the discovery and use of sensors and services to support novel IoT Big Data applications. 

COMPOSE has just entered its last year and shall soon be releasing the final version of its entirely open source platform which shall include even greater functionality. Keep tuned!

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