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.
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 (part of the International Symposium of Sensor Science I3S series) in Warsaw 2022 with her presentation on “Efficient screening of hybrid nanomaterials for optimizing chemical sensor devices”. The presented results are an important […]
The CHARM consortium project passed its milestone of 24 months in May 2022 and it is time to look back on the status of Use Cases the partners have been working in the consortium. Find below the descriptions of each use case and their respective status updates. UC1: IoT for digital mining solutionsUC2: Condition monitoring […]
The pan-European CHARM project was launched approximately 24 months ago around the same time with the world-wide pandemic and the whole world closed down. This posed many challenges to the project launch and related communications, even though efficient online meeting practices were quickly introduced. On 18-19 May 2022, CHARM consortium partners were finally able to […]
Update on Use case 5: Radiation stability experiments in PANOZA radiation facility at ÚJV Řež accredited labs
Use case 5: Nuclear power plant maintenance robot Use case lead: ÚJV Řež Contact: Ladislav Horacek Stand description The aim is to test the radiation stability of the inverter (UWB) and a commercially available laser rangefinder (as a radiation resistance is not provided by the manufacturer). The stand consists of two parts: the irradiated installation (finally […]