SUPERIOT – Truly Sustainable Printed Electronics-based IoT Combining Optical and Radio Wireless Technologies

The sustainability of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies is essential and must be considered at the design and implementation phase. With this in mind, the EU-funded SUPERIOT project will develop a truly sustainable and highly flexible IoT system based on optical and radio communication and the exploitation of printed electronics technology to implement sustainable IoT nodes. The dual-mode optical-radio approach provides unique characteristics to the IoT system reconfigured to use optical, radio or both connectivity approaches. This hybrid system will combine the advantages of both wireless communication methods. The energy-autonomous nodes will harvest energy from both sources and have essential IoT functionalities such as sensing, actuating and computational capabilities. The project will also identify, develop and demonstrate applications for the proposed concept.

  • Cordis:
  • ID: 101096021
  • Project type: European Union (SNS-JU)
  • Duration: 1 January 2023 – 31 December 2025
  • Our expertise: Sustainable IoT, printed electronics, optical communications , radio communications
  • Our role: Coordinator
  • Contact person: Prof. Marcos Katz