Innovating Things

Internet of Things innovations for consumer, business and society improvements

About Us

CNet is an Internet of Things company developing innovative products and services for a wide range of business and consumer applications utilizing the latest IoT, Big Data and Cloud technologies to create business improvements. We are a R&D intensive software house with many years experience from international projects in IoT. We are experts in creating innovative and exploitable outcome with long-term value from research and innovation projects.

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IoT Apps

  • eibsolar

    EiB Solar

    The EIB Solar App allows a solar panel user to see the ongoing production of energy.

  • Termado

    Termado

    The Termado app is an ontology based tool for searching large scale professional vocabularies.

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    LinkWatch

    The LinkWatch app allows patients to measure a number of different vital signs.

  • iot

    IoT Browser

    The IoT Browser app discovers and displays available IoT Resources in a local network.

Latest News

CNet delivers Energy Efficiency solution in Amazonas

The IMPRESS project had its final review in April. It took place in Brazil. The use case has been the famous opera house Teatro Amazonas in Manuas in Brazil. In the project CNet has developed deployment tools for installations of large scale IoT applications. Also a set of development tools, including an IoT Resource and Service Catalogue and an IoT event debugging tool have been developed. The project was carried out by a consortium of European and Brazilian partners.

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Blockchains for improved healthcare management

Our new project PICASO have now started. The project aims at improving the situation for patients with multi-morbidities, that is several unrelated diseases. One of the biggest problems is that their health information is stored and managed in many different locations, making it difficult for different care organisations to get the overall picture of the patient’s health status and history of treatments and therapies.

CNet who is the technical coordinator of PICASO will develop new solutions based on blockchain technology to management and exchange distributed patient health data in a secure and trusted way. This is part of our innovation area Disease Management and Elderly Care.


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New study on social care technologies for elderly

The CAMI project has completed a study on elderly patients attitudes and needs of patient monitoring and social care technologies in the home.The study showed that a portable computer is the most common mobile device (67%), followed by smart phones (48%) and tablets (30%). 90% of the respondents have Internet access. The respondents were asked about various social care technologies and if thought they could be helpful in their daily lifes. See below for the percentage of the respondents that thought the following devices would be a good idea and helpful

  • 54% “a robot with a touch screen which you can use anywhere around the house for socializing, communication with other people and for providing information”
  • 48% “a robot remind you on tasks and medication”
  • 51% “a robot supervising your house through various sensors and alerting in case of problems”
  • 50% “a robot bring you of water, your medication or any other small object”.

From┬áthe study it was also clear that “remembering to take their pills and medication” was one of the biggest problems for the respondents.

59% was very interested in “viewing graphic displays of your various health measurements (blood pressure, heart rate, oxygen levels) and their change in time and 60% thought it was a good idea to share these health measurements with their doctors.

105 persons aged between 55 and 75 years in Denmark, Poland and Romania was part of the study as well as 58 caregivers.

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