NeMo wins 1st prize at the MOBI Grand Challenge in Los Angeles
The European project NeMo-Hyper-Network for Electromobility, with the coordination of the Greek research team I-SENSE of the Institute of Communication & Computer Systems “ICCS” of the National Technical University of Athens, came 1st in the awards category for “Most Feasible Entry” in the MOBI Grand Challenge Phase II Citopia. The award ceremony took place on 12-13 November 2019 during the MOBI Colloquiums and Exhibitions (MoCo Los Angeles).
In particular, the NeMO project received the 1st Prize as the most feasible solution to improve human mobility through a decentralized intelligent infrastructure network using blockchain technology.
This award will provide a significant impetus for the continuation of the activities for the operation of the NeMo Hyper-Network. Congratulations to all the researchers of the I-SENSE team who coordinated the project, to Dr. Angelos Amditis, Research Director of ICCS, who was the general coordinator of the project, Dr. Evangelia Portouli for the technical supervision of the project, and Christina Anagnostopoulou, Theodoros Theodoropoulos and Giorgos Drainakis, who had significant involvement in the technical implementation of some very innovative and difficult Digital Pro-Network tools.
The European project NeMO was funded with €7.8 million by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program.
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