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As a key phase in the cyberwatching.eu strategy to engage with a large pan-European community of SMEs, the Consortium collects a number of cases where SMEs have successfully used cybersecurity solutions also through cyberwatching.eu in an SME to SME situation, where an SME provider has served an SME end user.


Inotecha, Ltd. as an SME based in Klaipeda, Lithuania. Our ICT professionals can offer a variety of ICT solutions: intelligent IT systems, 3d printing and design, industrial process analysis and optimization, etc.

Inotecha is specialized in innovative solutions for the development and implementation of wireless sensor network systems in industry using LoRaWAN technologies. These networks are extremely secure and long-lasting, low-energy, so they will reliably serve your needs for a long time!.  In addition, our offer inclused an extremely wide range of sensors, which we can adapt to the industrial systems you use, extract and purify information and convey it to you through a modern user interface designed according to your needs.

Which EU project has produced these results?

The transfer of technological solution was enabled by Horizon2020 project TETRAMAX (TTX, No. 761349). 

    Find out more here: https://www.tetramax.eu/

    Twitter: @TetramaxEU

What results from the TETRAMAX project is your company using to further develop/build your own solutions/services?

The proposed technological solutions are based on the HORIZON 2020 project TETRAMAX innovations in the field of cyber security by developing LoRa communication systems.
We transferred the Low-Power WAN (LPWAN) infrastructure with an innovative approach to detecting the selected security incidents.

The infrastructure is divided into a radio and core part (the ChirpStack gateway bridge, network and application servers). Everything was installed on a single server instance and virtualized. In the radio part, we had IoT gateways based on LoRaWAN specification operating in ISM band 868 MHz and four GWs, which were deployed in testbed in two versions (outdoor and indoor) and sensors.

How did you find out about these results (e.g. you participated in Open Calls, as a piloting partner, etc.)?

We were offered to participate in the TTX Open Call with our small consortium: Technical University of Ostrava (Czech Republic) was a research partner, who developed technical solutions, while Inotecha, an industrial partner, deployed the solution, implementing the testbed in a port city of Klaipeda, covering its seaport and the Northern part of the city.

What are the benefits for your company? Why did you decide to use the results from this EU project?

Results obtained as outcomes of TTX project are suitable for commercial exploitation in broad areas of application by the company, ranging from manufacturing companies, to agricultural and medical needs. Gained research and development R&D knowledge will contribute to developments in this area and cooperation especially with National institutions.  We plan to increase the capacities in this field and invest in achieving TRL-7 and 8 for the developed technologies, using National Funds from.

Therefore, the results will be used on a broad scale, further research or commercial exploitation activities will be promoted by the company to strengthen its research and development skills in Lithuania.

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