Europe

Finland

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Abstract

Finland is actively embracing the possibilities of Internet of Things. The strong competence in mobile and wireless communication technology is seen as a valuable asset. The Finnish R&D community has reacted to the rising importance of IoT. The national funding organisation launched a seven-year program on ubiquitous computing and communications (Ubicom) in 2007. Recently, national Public Private Partnership organisation Tivit, with the support of Tekes, launched a four year IoT programme with estimated budget of ca. 60 M . The program is driven by multinational companies Ericsson, Nokia, Renesas and Metso alongside a number of SMEs . VTT is the largest research partner involved, others including University of Oulu, Aalto University and TUT.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Internet of Things 2012
Subtitle of host publicationNew Horizons
EditorsIan G. Smith
Chapter7
Pages277-278
Publication statusPublished - 2012
MoE publication typeD2 Article in professional manuals or guides or professional information systems or text book material

Publication series

NameCluster book
PublisherIERC - Internet of Things European Research Cluster

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Finland
Wireless communication
Nokia
Small and medium-sized enterprises
Assets
Ericsson
Funding
Communication technologies
Communication
Public-private partnerships
Mobile communication
Multinational companies
Ubiquitous computing
Internet of things

Keywords

  • Internet of Things
  • IoT
  • machine to machine
  • wireless
  • sensor

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Ailisto, H. (2012). Europe: Finland. In I. G. Smith (Ed.), The Internet of Things 2012: New Horizons (pp. 277-278). Cluster book
Ailisto, Heikki. / Europe : Finland. The Internet of Things 2012: New Horizons. editor / Ian G. Smith. 2012. pp. 277-278 (Cluster book).
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