Applied & basic research


Inlecom have expertise in both applied and basic research. In basic research we are keenly interested in scientific research that aims to improve scientific theories in support of improved understanding, cognition, prediction and analyses for ICT related advancements. In applied research we are keen to exploit scientific knowledge, theories and background art to advance both technologies and techniques towards commercially scalable and viable product and/or solution offerings. Inlecom are keenly interested in growing and expanding in commercial tenders, as well as both applied and basic research partnerships in our areas of strength.


Project Management, Governance & OPEX,Solution Design, Prototyping & POCs,Security & Compliance,Public, Private & Hybrid Cloud,IoT, Analytics & Big Data,usiness Transformation,Knowledge Management & Knowledge Graphs,Innovation Management & IP Protection,

  • Client
    client 1
    Date
    February 9, 2018
    Website
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    CHARIOT (Cognitive Heterogeneous Architecture for Industrial IoT), provides a design method and cognitive computing platform supporting a unified approach towards Privacy, Security and Safety (PSS) of IoT Systems.
  • Date
    May 18, 2017
    SAFEPOST aims to raise the current level of postal security by integrating innovative screening solutions suitable for uninterrupted flow of the enormous volumes of parcels and letters with operational postal processes and the criminal and customs intelligence work in a European wide cooperative distributed model.
  • Date
    May 18, 2017
    COMCIS was a two-year project to explore the possibilities and commercial viability of employing situational awareness tools to solve problems of data fragmentation, delay and inconsistency throughout the global supply chain.
  • Date
    May 10, 2017
    The SUPPORT project enabled security stakeholders to establish the necessary and sufficient security level to satisfy evolving international regulations and standards while efficiently supporting the complexity of the real world port environments.
  • Date
    May 10, 2017
    CONTAIN demonstrates a European Containers Surveillance system in a global context that encompass regulatory, policy and standardisation rules, new business models and advanced security management capabilities.
  • Date
    December 16, 2014
    The SELIS project (Shared European Logistics Information Space) is driving innovation in public, private and hybrid cloud solutions to address the increased interest in supply chain systems interoperability that has emerged during the recent years.