aBOUT THE PROJECT
The CHARM ECSEL JU project aims to develop industrial IoT (Internet of Things) solutions with an improved tolerance towards harsh industrial surroundings. Digitalisation of the European manufacturing industries is the key to their continuous renewal and competitiveness. Harsh environmental conditions in manufacturing processes and end user environment may slow down the opportunities brought by IoT and AI (Artificial Intelligence). The CHARM (Challenging environments tolerant Smart systems for IoT and AI) project is set to solve this challenge.
CHARM is an extensive three-year project with 37 partners from 10 European countries. The project consortium consists of 11 small and mid-sized enterprises, 14 large enterprises and 12 research and technology organisations. They represent the industrial value chain from simulations, sensors and components to packaging, integration and reliability as well as connectivity, cloud and cyber security solutions.
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Press releases and other information about the CHARM ECSEL project.
We are happy to share that some of the work done within the CHARM project was presented at the nanotech 2023 in […]
Beneq has provided an update on their collaborative work regarding “Protective Coating of Electronic Components”. Beneq has carried out the research in […]
Congratulations are in place for our CHARM partner imec! In early November, they attended MicroNano Conference at the University of Twente and won the “Poster […]
Larissa Egger from MCL awarded for ‘Best oral presentation’ at International Symposium on Sensor Science
We congratulate Dr. Larissa Egger from our CHARM partner MCL on winning the ‘BestOralPresentation’ at the 9th International Symposium on Sensor Science […]