The 12 projects selected from application phase sent representatives to Prototyping Days at hub:raum in Krakow for a rigorous three days, working with pitching trainers, DT experts, NatCos, Business Units and the hub:raum team on NB-IoT prototyping, project pitches, and 1-on-1 group networking sessions.
After the hub:raum’s Prototyping Days workshop in Krakow, the WARP NB-IoT Program Team decided to support nine projects in delivering their Narrowband-IoT solutions.
One of the selected nine companies is Smart Sense, which is developing a small, flexible, modular, affordable and easy-to-deploy air quality monitoring station, as well as an IoT platform and web application which is used for visualization and presentation of collected data.
Chosen teams will now continue to work with hub:raum on business development and on the ideas for pilot projects. In the next phase, prepared use cases will be tested with DT customers.