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Celtic-Plus CyberWI

Reference number
Funding from Vinnova SEK 2 200 000
Project duration October 2015 - October 2018
Status Completed
Venture Eureka cluster co-funding 

Important results from the project

One goal was to produce a software which helps increase security in IoT networks, during the whole lifecycle of all components in the network. A prototype named SenseSec has been produced. SenseSec constantly monitors the network and manage data security. There are features for storing information related to the components in order to follow their lifecycle. SenseSec is designed to be integrated with companies existing IT systems, like systems for user management, ERP systems and SCADA systems.

Expected long term effects

SenseSec is a software already partly in operation at a customer’s site. By using SenseSec reliability and data security during the whole life cycle of the IoT network dramatically increases. SenseSec is designed to manage security and life cycle in IoT networks regardless of radio technology.

Approach and implementation

Different radio technologies for IoT and their security methods were evaluated. One project partner provided equipment and competence regarding LoRa which therefore was the technology we started with. Equipment was installed and implemented and we started to develop our software prototype called SenseSec. A water and sewage company is interested in using IoT in the field and we tested possibilities to measure different values. We also had a pilot project with our software here. A company running IoT networks commercially became another stakeholder and now use SenseSec.

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Last updated 8 January 2019

Reference number 2014-06341

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