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EUJ-01-2018 Project Idea: Globally-relevant privacy-enabling technologies in the context of Smart Cities

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While our focus is on developing privacy-enabling technologies for Europe, we also understand the digital society spans international borders and in terms of sustainability in a global market, such technology needs to be adaptable for markets outside of Europe. We would like the opportunity to leverage our experience in the Japanese IT industry to form new alliances and gain the chance to test our technology in the Japanese IT industry and commercial landscape. We are interested in joining or forming a consortium to tackle either of the defined call areas, but would have a preference for area 2) Interoperable technologies of the IoT devices/platforms in the context of Smart Cities. We offer our technologies currently under development as well as our expertise in privacy-by-design principles and perspectives of market-entry barriers in Europe for the digital market. We would look to partner with security, Cloud, IoT or Big Data entities in Japan and Europe and look for a Japanese entity with experience in the Japanese privacy landscape.

ご興味をお持ちいただけましたら、日本語でも英語でもご連絡お待ちしております。宜しくお願い致します。

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EUJ-01-2018 Project Idea: Globally-relevant privacy-enabling technologies in the context of Smart Cities

  1. 1. EUJ-01-2018: Advanced technologies (Security/Cloud/IoT/BigData) for a hyper-connected society in the context of Smart City
  2. 2. ICT Proposers‘ Day, Hungary November 2017 Adaptant® Letting data work, adaptably. The Basics • German SME based in Munich (est. 2015). • Dedicated to empowering users over their own data, while enabling new ways for data to be used. Your ICT Proposers’ Day Contacts: Dr. Jodie Hatfield Proposal Manager, EU Research Projects Ms Julianna Csécs Head of Project Management Office Our Scope We are interested in providing our privacy-enabling technologies and expertise for the protection, application, and enablement of private (e.g. personal) or sensitive (e.g. industrial or commercial) data in cross-sector applications: Smart Cities, Agriculture, Transport, Governance, Health, Digital Society, Digital Single Market, etc. Our Core Competencies • Policy Analysis and Inputs • Market Analysis and Business Model Innovation • Multi-National IPR Management • Privacy and Data Ethics by Design • Standardization • Open Source System Integration & Software Engineering Our Vision Through empowering users to take control of their own data, new user-centric business models and services will be realized, fundamentally changing the data value chain.
  3. 3. 01.11.2017 Project Idea: Globally-relevant privacy-enabling technologies in the context of Smart Cities EUJ-01-2018: Advanced technologies for a hyper-connected society in the context of Smart City Topic 2: Interoperable technologies of the IoT devices / platforms in the context of Smart Cities Challenge As Europe finds itself at the forefront of privacy reform (through the GDPR), new privacy- preserving technologies, methodologies, and lessons learned can begin to be applied in other emerging markets to kick-start their own emerging ecosystems, while facilitating interoperability in the global data economy. Our Contribution  Leverage our experience in privacy-enabling technologies, standardization and policy for markets outside of Europe.  Perspectives of market-entry barriers in Europe for the Digital Single Market.  Familiarity with the Japanese IT industry and corporate culture.  IoT privacy platform. Pitch Develop internationally relevant and interoperable privacy platforms for the protection of sensitive data (personal or commercial) exchange between IoT devices in the context of Smart Cities. Outcomes  Form strong research and commercial innovation ties to the Japanese privacy industry and environment.  Facilitate interoperability/compatibility between the European and Japanese privacy landscape.
  4. 4. 01.11.2017 Call for Collaborators Expertise Sought 1. Japanese entity with expertise in the Japanese privacy landscape (regulatory or technological) 2. Japanese & European entities offering other Smart City technologies for cross-border interoperability testing. Note: Japanese entities must apply through MIC (Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications/総務省) ご興味をお持ちいただけましたら、日本語でも英語でもご連絡お 待ちしております。宜しくお願い致します。
  5. 5. Let’s meet! www.adaptant.io Head Project Management Office julianna.csecs@adaptant.io +49 176 246 88 942Ms Julianna Csécs Proposal Manager, EU Research Projects jodie.hatfield@adaptant.io +49 176 242 00 331Dr. Jodie Hatfield

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