Technology companies

 


toshiba-logo-transpToshiba Research Europe Ltd (TREL) is one of 4 globalised corporate-level R&D organisations founded by Toshiba Corporation. TREL has its headquarters in Cambridge, UK and incorporates two divisions, the Cambridge Research Laboratory (CRL) and the Telecommunications Research Laboratory (TRL). Since its inception in 1998, the Telecommunications Research Laboratory (TRL) has been at the cutting edge of research into technologies for next generation wireless networking, reconfigurable device architectures and smart systems targeting mobile, energy and medical systems.

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Technology provider for the pilot of Bristol.



LOGO_gekoGEKO is a recently constituted SME focused on the integration of innovative ICT and GNSS technologies and applications mainly in the fields of collaborative navigation, surface transport (including ITS for road application, maritime and aeronautics), environmental surveillance and monitoring, safety and security. ICT and GNSS integration constitute the main technical expertise of the company standing for the technological solution and services provision based on cooperative navigation systems and location based services solutions. As an End User oriented company, the technical profile of the company is also closely linked to the development of human resources strategies, from training, consulting, personal assessment or human factor strategies.

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Leader of the pilot of City of Majadahonda.



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Eurohelp is an SME specialized in custom software development and software architecture design in Java environments. Eurohelp’s customer base includes: Kutxabank financial group which includes: the principal bank of the Basque Country; Tecnalia, Telefonica, one of the world leaders integration operators; large media groups such as Vocento and Prisa-tv and CANAL+; Eroski (a leading distribution company); Construcciones navales del Norte, the largest private shipyard in Spain; Seguros RGA, and IMQ, leading insurance and healthcare providers; The University of the Basque Country. They also work extensively with government, including: the Aragon government; Cantabria government; Basque Country government, Guipuzkoa Provincial Council; Bizkaia Provincial Council; Alava Provincial Council; Illes Balears government. EuroHelp also works with IZFE, EJIE and Lantik to provide additional IT services to Government institutions.

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Creation of mobile apps and assurance of the connectivity of the platforms



amis-logo-transpAmis d.o.o. It is Slovenia’s second largest ISP, with huge resources dedicated to development and deployment of state of the art internet services. They employ more than 160 people, with companies in Slovenia, Croatia and Serbia. AMIS is leading alternative telecommunication company in Slovenia servicing residential and business market. More than 60.000 users on broadband ADSL or fibre access are using contemporary services of high end IP Telephony, broadband access, IP based television, remote storage and different types of online security. AMIS differentiation was traditionally based on stability and reliability, technical advantage, customer support excellence, permanent introduction of new services all resulting in excellent value for money offer. In 2009 AMIS introduced first alternative nationwide 3-play offer combining local loop unbundling and wholesale access. Amis IPTV 2.0 was introduced as platform for next generation TV services based on content-on-demand functionality integrating internet like functionalities with TV experience. Strong growth resulted in total revenue of more than 30m EUR in 2008.

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ISP provider in Slovenia. It will perform a technical validation from a neutral point of view and study the feasibility of carrying the results of IES Cities into the market.