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InnoITeam project was funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and is coordinated by Kaunas University of Technology.

The first phase of this project will run from September 2017 to August 2018 and will consist in preparing a comprehensive business plan for the establishment of a new Lithuanian Centre of Excellence in IoT Science and Technology.

This InnoITeam Centre of Excellence will be created by a consortium of five successful partners - three from Lithuania and two from Sweden:

● Kauno Technologijos Universitetas (Coordinator)

● Vilniaus Gedimino Technikos Universitetas

● Valstybes Imone Registru Centras

● Linkoping Universitet

● RISE Interactive Institute AB


Committed to Excellence in IoT Science and Technology



to become a leading and self-sustaining Centre of Excellence in the Baltic Sea Region, leveraging the knowledge, experience and resources of its participating national institutions and advanced partners in IoT for Smart Living Systems. This will be achieved through explicit research and innovation topics:

  1. User interface and interaction design approaches for Smart Environments based on IoT;

  2. Cybersecurity aspects in the Smart Environments based on IoT;

  3. Data analysis and visualization approaches for data intensive IoT environments;

  4. Cognitive IoT technologies for smart home environments.

to be responsible for implementing and distributing scientific knowledge in the IoT field:

  1. to provide international and interdisciplinary leadership in the Baltic sea region; 

  2. to create and transfer advanced knowledge, technology and integrated solutions for the megatrend of Internet of Things along with the related activities in related ICT areas;

  3. to foster talents of a new generation of innovation-oriented researchers and professionals;

  4. to promote further enactment and involvement in IT sector for those in common businesses and households.​

in a long term period:

  1. to become the leading provider of innovative technologies for IoT and Big Data for the improvement of the growing technological personal and industry needs in Europe;

  2. to consolidate research and development, education and training, and networking and promotion resources activities in Information and Communications Technology (ICT); 

  3. to coordinate, integrate and support research excellence and innovation development in Lithuania, the Baltic Sea region, and Europe;

  4. to support researchers, academics, industry partners and entrepreneurs in the field of ICT, particularly in the IoT, to produce innovations beneficial for the society and economy of Lithuania and beyond.


The second phase of InnoITeam project

October 14, 2018

After successful completion of the first phase of InnoITeam project, the focus of the scope of the project has been developed and refined to suit the needs of the current situation. New goals of becoming a center of excellence for the Internet of Things and Financial technologies have been defined.


To achieve these goals, project InnoITeam is moving to the second phase, in which, with support from research organizations and governmental bodies, the center of excellence will be established.

ESOF 2018 (EuroScience Open Forum)

July 09, 2018

InnoITeam Centre of Excellence was presented in ESOF 2018 (EuroScience Open Forum) which was held on Toulouse, France, from 9 till 14 July 2018.

​EuroScience Open Forum 2018 is dedicated to scientific research and innovation and offers a unique framework for interaction and debate for scientists, innovators, policy makers, business people and the general public. 

The link to the conference can be found here:

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Rytis Maskeliūnas

Rytis Maskeliunas (in charge of the project) (received Dr. (Ph. D.) degree in Computer Science field, in 2009) currently works as a professor at Faculty of Informatics, Department of Multimedia Engineering and as a chief researcher at Centre of Real Time Computer Systems, at Kaunas University of Technology... 

Egidijus Kazanavičius

Prof. Dr. Egidijus Kazanavicius is the director of the Real Time Computer Systems Centre at KTU a board member of the Faculty of Informatics at KTU, Professor at the Department of Computer Science, member of Euro group “Partnership for Innovation”, and scientific coordinator of National Technologies...

Audronė Janavičiutė

Audrone Janaviciute is a lecturer at the Computer Science Department and a researcher at Real Time Computer Centre at the Faculty of Informatics, Kaunas University of Technology. She received her MSc degree in Informatics in 2000 and doctor of Informatics Engineering degree in 2006 at Kaunas University...

Lina Užienė

Dr Lina Užienė is an associate professor at School of Economics and Business, KTU. She is a director of Management Study Programmes at the University. Since 2005 she holds Ph.D degree in Management and Business Administration. Since 2009 she works as an associate professor...

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