- Internet of Things platforms, integration and deployment;
- Multi-protocol interoperability and integration with over 50 IoT standards and communication protocols, integration into SDN, NFV and XG network slicing.
- Data protection and regulatory compliance with GDPR, NIS, ePrivacy, Data Governance Act and AI regulation, including with the data protection by design obligations. IoT Lab is an official partner of the European Centre for Certification and Privacy and Europrivacy (www.europrivacy.com), a GDPR certification scheme developed through H2020 to serve as European seal under Art. 42 GDPR that can be used to assess and validate compliance of new technologies.
- "Data Management Plan" and "Plan for dissemination and exploitation including communication activities"
- Standardization: IoT Lab has close links with ITU, ISO, IEC, ETSI, OGC, IETF, IEEE, W3C and TM Forum. Its Board members serve/d as Rapporteur and Vice-Chair in SDO such as ITU SG and IEEE Subcommittee on IoT.
- Open Science, data management and curation, including FAIR and Open Science principles. We have our own Open data servers directly connected to EOSC and can take care of the new sections on open science for the proposals submission.
- Citizen science and privacy-by-design end-user tests and validation with methodologies and tools developed and validated through European research projects, including with large scale pilots.
- Sustainable development, Earth Observation, SDG and impact assessment, including an innovative methodology to assess the impact of projects and emerging technologies on the environment and SDGs.
- International outreach and communication: Our team is used in leading outreach and communication for research projects, including through international conferences and through international organizations and the UN system.
IoT Lab research centre was born from a European research project as a collaborative lab to foster international cooperation in the research domain. It brings together a multidisciplinary team of researchers, including ICT, IoT, cybersecurity, privacy, standardization, data science, law, sustainable development, sociology, international relations, and humanities. It has two main centres: in Luxembourg where it works in close cooperation with the European Centre for Certification and Privacy , and in Geneva with a close proximity to the ITU, ISO, IEC and the UN system, including for environmental and earth Observation related activities.