Our company GOLEM.AT offers HEP consortiums effective, reliable and practical collaboration in RIA and IA enriching excellence, ambition and impact factors of new projects.
In its essence, our project roles are in the rapid modelling of the relevant Big Systems of Systems in the studies with high-level digital tools available in PharosN technology platform, linking these big cyber-physical system (CPS) models to diverse data sources and running them in cloud or at edge computing as Intelligent Digital Twins of such systems collecting and transforming multiple heterogeneous data into multiple KPIs, system sustainability and rich analytics in real time.
This novel digital technology can effectively support different HEP clusters dealing with the design and digital applications including Health, Climate, Environment, Energy, Green & Circular economy, Water, Mobility, Agriculture & Bioeconomy, Industrial processes, Smart Cities and Regions, Society, Civil Security.
Having strong R&D experience we contribute to the consortium studies and developments with new integrated CPS models and applied Digital Twins of such Big Systems of Systems and can lead the relevant Work Package. Our contribution offer is as follows:
These novel Digital Twin solutions introduce new level of intelligent assistance to individuals, managers of organisations and governments that help to foster sustainability, efficiency, transparency of the processes they manage. It improve and make it easy in monitoring, controlling, identification of trends and optional preventive mitigation actions. Like humans, the Digital Twins will be able to communicate with managers and operators in natural languages and conversational AI along with dedicated rich visual analytics using secure individual mobile and computer applications, screen panels, smart speakers, headphones.
Our company has strong experience of collaborating with partners in Horizon 2020 and other international innovation projects including proposal writing, submission, reporting and pilot demonstrations. Our inputs are based on high-level scientific and technological expertise in System Sciences, ICT, IoT, AI and Big Data and advanced software platform Pharos Navigator®.
Among several applications developed and successfully implemented for various projects and customers there are
Some of these examples are presented as demo apps at the portal pharosnavigator.com.
The technology for rapid prototyping of Intelligent Digital Twins had been and is implemented in a number of projects by GOLEM.AT and our international partners as follows:
Personal health self-management and remote monitoring by caregivers: The ongoing development introduces personal intelligent digital twins for individuals who live independently or in caregiving centers. The twins assist people in their health management and help informal and formal caregivers to monitor their health remotely, providing prompt alarms and awareness when necessary. This development received Seal of Excellence and became the prime company business goal as of 2020.
WELLBASED project designing, implementing and evaluating a comprehensive urban programme to reduce energy poverty and its effects on the citizens' health and wellbeing, built on evidence-based approaches in different European pilot cities, representing different urban realities and a diverse range of welfare and healthcare models. The project is a part of the European cluster on urban health projects. The technology supports pilot’s preparation & implementation.
BRAINE - Big data pRocessing and Artificial Intelligence at the Network Edge, demonstrating edge computing enabling AI in use case: Healthcare Assisted Living, H2020, ECSEL JU.
SmartMozionAge project experiment within the Horizon 2020 ActivAge project provided holistic remote monitoring telemetry of elderly and walking assistance in their nursing facilities in Parma and Valencia (2019-2020). PharosN platform was used as technological solution provided as in-kind support.
Smart Pedestrian Nets project (2017-2020): Smart City Monitor supports new mobile apps for citizens and tourists providing them with real time information about the city points of interest, locations, routing, ongoing processes and events (e.g. various incidents/accidents, gas leaks, etc.). The Smart City Monitor accumulates daily key statistical data evaluating walking / biking quality in a city by its citizens, visitors and tourists, and presents this valuable information for the municipality administrations and utility service providers in dashboards and interactive reports.
Smart Urbana project: Smart City Monitor application was implemented in several middle-size cites in Greece, Moldova, Portugal, Romania and Spain supporting 3 key urban use cases:
Smart City Jelgava (Latvia) applied Smart City Monitor platform to support several complex urban management tasks including automatic data collection of environmental, energy efficiency in public buildings including schools, kindergartens, etc. as well as mobility data. The technology allows for full transparency of city energy efficiency, costs and quality of services at each levels of the city management: building, school, group of buildings, districts and municipality as a whole. Additional applications will include assessment of quality of environment in school and child care premises, its attendance, costs audit, automatic awareness and many others. The results can be available for administrations, parents and other citizens providing necessary public transparency of quality of life and daily urban processes.