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The ebbits project is active in the FInES cluster, the Future Internet Enterprise Systems (FInES) Cluster, where ebbits is leading the taskforces on international relations and manufacture and industry. Read more here.

The ebbits project is part of the Cluster of European projects on the Internet of Things. The Cluster aims to promote a common vision of the Internet of Things. ebbits is leading the taskforce on semantic interoperability

About us

The ebbits project is a 4-year project started in 2010. It is partly funded by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme in the area of Internet of Things and Enterprise environments under Grant Agreement no. 257852


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The ebbits project does research in architecture, technologies and processes, which allow businesses to semantically integrate the Internet of Things into mainstream enterprise systems and support interoperable end-to-end business applications. It will provide semantic resolution to the Internet of Things and hence present a new bridge between backend enterprise applications, people, services and the physical world. The ebbits platform features a Service oriented Architecture (SoA) based on open protocols and middleware, effectively transforming every subsystem or device into a web service with semantic resolution.

The ebbits platform thus enables the convergence of the Internet of People (IoP), the Internet of Things (IoT) and the Internet of Services (IoS) into the Internet of People, Things and Services (IoPTS) for business purposes.

Farewell from ebbits

The ebbits project officially ended on 28th February 2015. The result is a widely deployable platform that allows enterprises to develop and deploy a new range of business applications by integrating the Internet of People, Things and Services into their systems.

Hi, can I disturb you for one moment?

Do you know anything about the meat you buy? With the ebbits app on your smartphone, it becomes possible to get information on the origin and upbringing at the farm; the transport to the slaughterhouse and the retailer. You can read about the meat cut and the best way to prepare it.

Louise and Trine from In-JeT spent a few hours in the cold meat section to ask questions about the consumer app that ebbits has developed for tracing beef from farm to fork.

Online end-user survey on Food Traceability

Would you like to know more about the meat products you buy? Do you think that meat products that can be traced from farm to fork are safer to eat?

Whether or not you have strong opinions and concerns about food safety, and whether or not you already know how technology can be used to trace our food products from farm to fork, then we would like to get your input to the ebbits food traceability application. Please take 2 minutes to fill out this 10 question survey online.

Please be sure to click on "Done" when you have completed the survey.

If you are interested in more background material you can download the detailed Food Traceability scenario here.

Paper accepted at ICIN conference

The ebbits publication Industrial Application Development Exploiting IoT Vision and Model Driven Programming has been accepted for the ICIN conference in February 2015 on Innovations in Services, Networks and Clouds, Connecting People, Things and Machines.

Innovations in the Green Factory

ebbits organised a hackathon at the Green Hackfest in Utrecht on 10-12th October. Three prizes were given for optimising production at a factory.

ebbits on air

Partners ISMB presented ebbits on the Italian TV channel RetEconomy Sky.

And the award goes to...

ebbits won the best demo award at the IEEE-sponsored International Conference on Software, Telecommunications and Computer Networks (SoftCOM), on 17th September 2014 in Split, Croatia. The demonstration took place during the general conference program and included a presentation of the ebbits demo paper along with a system prototype.

A busy June for ebbits

Results from ebbits were presented both at the Smart AgriMatics conference in Paris and at the IoT Week in London.

Possible extension of ebbits

The ebbits project has applied for a 6-month project extension to further develop the end-to-end business applications in both the manufacturing and food traceability domains.

Showcasing ebbits at ICT2013

Many people including Ms. Neelie Kroes, Vice-president and European Commissioner for Digital Agenda, visited the ebbits booth at ICT 2013 which took place in Vilnius, Lithuania on 6-8. November 2013.

Winners of the ebbits mobile hackathon

Watch the ebbits prize ceremony at the Campus Party Europe, announcing the winners of the ebbits mobile hackathon on food safety through food traceability.