FIESTA-IoT – The 2nd IoT Open Call

February 28, 2017 @ 17:00
Dr. Martin Serrano



The FIESTA‐IoT Project has announced the 2nd Open Call for experiments and extensions.

The FIESTA‐IoT is targeting to advanced and innovative IoT testbeds that federate within the FIESTA-IoT platform for extending and complementing the experimentation capacity of the currently available ones.

Call for extensions

In order to enlarge the critical mass of the existing experimentation support capacity offered by the 4 existing FIESTA-IoT testbeds, and the 3 additional ones that are being selected in the 1st Open Call, as well as to probe the interoperability solutions developed within the project, the FIESTA-IoT project is seeking new testbeds that can provide datasets and data-streams on the domains of interest of the existing ones. However, testbeds offering extra scenarios (smart agriculture, smart factory, underwater, smart grid, etc.) will be also considered for inclusion.

Submission deadline extended: 28th February 2017, at 17:00 Brussels local time

Successful proposals will receive funding and will get dedicated support from the FIESTA-IoT consortium’s partners to carry out the federation of their infrastructures.

Testbeds federating within the FIESTA-IoT Meta-Platform will benefit from:

  • Boost the sharing, reuse and repurposing of their IoT facilities at an EU and global scale.
  • FIESTA IoT project will provide a global market confidence programme for extending the pool of interoperable facilities and testbeds that will comply with the project interoperability model.
  • A range of best practices facilitating IoT platform providers and testbed owners/administrators to integrate their platform/testbed within FIESTA IoT

Detailed call information (Open Call calendar, call document and proposal template) can be found at the FIESTA-IoT project website at:

The FIESTA-IoT project ( is a Research and Innovation Action (RIA) under the European Horizon 2020 Programme addressing the work programme topic ‘Future Internet Research and Experimentation’.

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