Research Projects

Paremus is pleased to actively participate in a number of research projects with consortiums made up of members with varied interests and of all sizes from commercial and academic partners from across the world..

Research projects that Paremus has participated in or is participating in include:





Twitter: @Brain_IoT

BRAIN-IoT  (model-Based fRamework for dependable sensing and Actuation in INtelligent decentralized IoT systems) is a European Union Horizon 2020 funded IoT project ( that aims to establish a framework and methodology that supports smart autonomous and cooperative behaviors of populations of heterogeneous IoT platforms that are also closely interacting with Cyber-Physical systems (CPS). Brain-IoT will employ highly dynamic federations of heterogeneous IoT platforms, mechanisms enforcing privacy and data ownership policies as well as open semantic models enabling interoperable operations and exchange of data and control features. Brain-IoT will also offer model-based tools easing the development of innovative, tightly integrated IoT and CPS solutions.

Paremus activity in this project will focus on enabling autonomous Micro Cloud runtimes to be simply, rapidly and securely created in their local environment, and then collectively operated and managed at scale as members of a federated IoT Fog environment. 

The BRAIN-IoT consortium is composed of twelve partners who will be working together over the 3 year term of the project.  These partners come from 5 European countries and include research centres/academia and R&D teams from several large, medium and small industrial companies. The consortium is coordinated by Istituto Superiore Mario Boella (ISMB)- Italy and includes Commissariat a l’Energie Atomique et aux Energie Alternatives (CEA) – France, Université Grenoble Alpes – France, Paremus Limited – United Kingdom, Siotic – Spain, STMicroelectronics – France, Siemens – Germany, Eclipse Foundation Europe – Germany, Institut De l’Audiovisuel et des Telecommunications en Europe (iDATE) -France, Cassidian Cybersecurity (AIRBUS) – France, Robotnik Automation – Spain, and Empresa Municipal de Aguas de la Coruna – Spain.