July 2017: Feron Technologies PC is further advancing its IoT capabilities through PARROT Project!
The Project was accepted for funding within the context of RAWFIE Project 2nd Open Call for Proposals. RAWFIE Project is an initiative funded by European Commission’s Horizon 2020 Program with the following key priorities:
- Development of a strategic experimental infrastructure for mobile IoT;
- Support of the entire experiment lifecycle with fully detailed, controllable and replicable conditions;
- Integration of Cloud resources and networking facilities provided by the Europe’s Research and Education Network (GEANT);
- Provision of a proof of concept for extending the IoT paradigm in the world of autonomous mobile devices and remote piloted systems with real time characteristics; and
- Implementation of a reusable architecture that facilitates the testing of hardware, protocols, algorithms, middleware and application protocols.
In this wider context, main objective of PARROT Project is to integrate & deploy a H/W and S/W platform prototype tailored to end-to-end public safety operations support for emergency/ critical incidents occurring in remote areas.
Further info on RAWFIE and PARROT Projects can be found at: http://www.rawfie.eu
May 2017: Feron Technologies will participate and make a presentation at the prestigious Wireless Innovation Forum (WIF), European Edition, in Oulu, Finland. WIF (formerly known as SDR Forum) driving the future of radio communications and systems worldwide since 1996.
In its annually held European event, Feron Technologies will contribute a technical report and give a talk entitled: “Experimenting with Flexible D2D Communications in Current and Future LTE networks: A D2D Radio Technology Primer & Software Modem Implementation”. These activities have been performed within the EU Project FLEX-D. Further information can be obtained in http://www.europe.wirelessinnovation.org/2017-agenda
March 2017: FERON is hosted at an exhibition booth of iWat 2017 conference, in Athens-Greece. The International Workshop on Antenna Technology (iWAT) is an annual forum for the exchange of information on the research and development in innovative antenna technologies. It especially focuses on small antennas and applications of advanced and artificial materials to the antenna design.
In iWat Feron Technologies will have the opportunity to promote the company’s activities in local and international academics as well as various technology stakeholders. In addition, Feron will demonstrate its LTE-D2D software library and modem developed within EU Project FLEX-D.
February 2016: FLEX – D Project Proposal was accepted for funding by Framework Program 7 (FP7) of the European Commission
FLEX – D Project Objective is to develop & experimentally evaluate novel SDR prototypes for enabling device-centric communications in future 4.5G – 5G networks
Within FLEX – D Project, Feron Technologies will perform Technical Coordination, Development of D2D/V2V software libraries/modems, as well as Development of an LTE sniffer.
Further info is available at: www.flex-project.eu
December 2015: Feron Technologies attended the FIRE Forum 2015, in Brussels, Belgium.
The FIRE initiative (Future Internet Research and Experimentation) is an open research environment which facilitates strategic research and development of new Future Internet concepts, giving researchers the tools they need to conduct large-scale experiments on new paradigms. The objective of the FIRE Forum was to bring together representatives of all FIRE projects and the Experimental Platforms unit, to discuss technical issues of common interest regarding experimental facilities and (re)define experimentally-driven research to cope with the current demands for innovation.
December 2015: Feron Technologies joined mi-Cluster
mi-Cluster: Nano/Microelectronics-based Systems and Applications Cluster the first innovation cluster in Greece since 2006
November 2015: Feron Technologies at Web Summit – Dublin, Ireland
In 4 years, Web Summit has grown from 400 attendees to over 22,000 from more than 110 countries. It’s been called “the best technology conference on the planet”. The attendees, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to the world’s most exciting startups.
December 2014: Feron Technologies joined Athens Startup Business Incubator
The “Athens Startup Business Incubator” -THEA project is one of the most important initiatives undertaken by the ACCI (Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry) and aims at promoting the socioeconomic reconstruction of the metropolitan City of Athens, since the provision of support to new entrepreneurs is the basis for the revival of business activity.