On 9 September, the third day of the Online ITEA PO Days 2020, resigning ITEA Vice-chairman Philippe Letellier hosted a special webinar dedicated to the ITEA Awards of Excellence. Zeynep Sarılar “handed over” the 2020 ITEA Award of Excellence to four ITEA projects for their impressive results with great benefits for industry and society. The online ceremony session was the perfect moment to discover the great results achieved by the winning projects and to learn from the best. This year's awards winners are: ENTOC, Flex4Apps, MOS2S and PS-CRIMSON.
ENTOC - The next stage in virtual engineering and commissioning
Engineering is the most time-consuming aspect of innovation and products are increasing in complexity. The ITEA project ENTOC minimises the time and effort involved in engineering without compromising on reliability or integrity, by formalising specification requirements for production equipment and establishing standardised mechatronic component models.
More information: ENTOC project and press release
Flex4Apps - Deep customer understanding, backed by data
Software providers increasingly need to focus on the optimisation of their services, including the ability to react to customer preferences. Through its flexible framework and algorithms, the ITEA project Flex4Apps, led by NXP, creates a full loop that allows companies to offer more complex services while advancing the digital transition.
More information: Flex4Apps project and press release
MOS2S - New forms of engagement in entertainment and society
Engagement and personalised experiences are becoming increasingly important nowadays. To bring this engagement to a higher level, the ITEA project MOS2S has created world-first ways and media tools to engage citizens and audiences of live events and reality situations.
More information: MOS2S project and press release
PS-CRIMSON - A one-look overview of the city in 5 seconds
Cities nowadays are digitalising more and more services like data gathering for mobility, safety and communication to citizens. However, authorities still need to tackle information fragmentation caused by a lack of common platforms, toolsets and separated data per department. The ITEA project PS-CRIMSON delivers a platform that serves as a single-entry point for city representatives. A focus lays on the public safety and disaster management domains.
More information: PS-CRIMSON project and press release
ITEA congratulates the ITEA Award of Excellence winners for contributing to a better society in their own way!