Smart Sol covers the following areas of activities:
Implementation of large-scale end-user and stakeholder surveys, with the aim of gathering information about public’s attitudes. Smart Sol team has experience of conducting wide-ranging surveys via questionnaires, [AI4CSM] 376 of 403 interviews, and research activities, to evaluate the outlooks of the public and targeted stakeholders, identify opportunities for the technologies, and recognise main barriers for technology adoption.
Research and development management: Company offers project management services for knowledge-driven organisations and researchers. Smart Sol experts have extensive knowledge management experience and expertise in the areas of: autonomous driving, water management, agriculture, civil engineering, as well as e-learning platforms, and digital healthcare.
Core research and development activities: Companys’ team members have been conducting research for numerous years in areas related to the design, management and performance evaluation of high-speed telecommunication infrastructures and services, healthcare and transportation, service-oriented architectures, business process management, e-government and e-commerce applications, and software engineering. In doing so, they have been participating in several H2020 ICT and ECSEL projects, publishing at the same time extensively in top journals and magazines worldwide, e.g., IEEE, ACM, Elsevier, Springer, Wiley, and contribute to the main conferences in the field.
Network Infrastructures and Intelligent Transport Systems Research and Development: Smart Sol offers: management functionality for intelligent systems, databases and network infrastructures; Internet of Everything solutions: IoT software prototypes design and development, system integration, testing and demonstration; Development of AI algorithms in vehicles; Non-causal reasoning techniques; Service-oriented architectures; 5G-enabled cooperative and connected mobility solutions; Vehicular communications (V2V, V2I, V2B...); Next generation of Advanced driver-assistance systems; Emergency management algorithms; Traffic management algorithms; Driver behaviour modelling and exploitation; Mobility-as-a- service and new paradigms.