The ARCADIAN-IoT consortium joins a balanced mix of twelve partners coming from eight different European countries. They include seven SMEs, one large industry, two Research Institutes, and two Universities. The consortium relies on multidisciplinary partners with expertise in cybersecurity, IoT systems, encryption, data privacy and recovery mechanisms.

Instituto Pedro Nunes
Project Coordinator – Portugal

Instituto Pedro Nunes is a non-profit private organization which promotes innovation and transfer of technology, establishing the interface between the scientific and technological system and the enterprises.


A global leader in digital transformation and the European number one for Cloud, Cybersecurity, High-Performance Computing and e-Payment, Atos provides end-to-end Orchestrated Hybrid Cloud, Big Data, Business Applications and Digital Workplace solutions through its Digital Transformation Factory, as well as transactional services through Worldline, the European leader in the payment industry.


E-Lex is a boutique law firm located in Rome, with extensive expertise, which advises national and international clients in both litigation and non-litigious IT and commercial matters.


Load was founded in January 2012, and it’s a company specializing in the study and development of new digital products and services, with a multidisciplinary team focused on developing smart, web and mobility solutions, and a strong focus on design and usability.

Martel Innovate

Martel is an innovative and dynamic SME specialized in the management, innovation and promotion of international Research and Innovation projects with focus on Next Generation Internet technologies, such as IoT, Cloud and 5G. Martel’s team has more than 20 years of experience in the Internet technologies R&D&I scene, with strong connections with many key European and Global ICT players.


RGB has been pioneering eHealth activities as medical devices’ manufacturer since 1995. It also launched the first CE marked multiparameter telemonitor of its kind for home care, as part of a UK telemedicine service. RGB has broad knowledge about the telemedicine market and exploitation issues, e.g. operating as consultant and providing telemedicine technology to companies such as Tunstall in UK and Telefonica /Movistar in Spain.

Technical coordinator – Sweden

RISE – Research Institutes of Sweden is the largest public-sector research institute in Sweden with over 2300 employees. RISE is offering unique expertise for future-proof technologies, products and services and has vast experience in coordinating EU projects. RISE Cybersecurity unit, the technical coordinator of this project, is the largest public-sector cybersecurity research group in Sweden.


BOX2M is a SME established in 2016 which develops industry 4.0 technologies focused on the energy and utilities sector. Developed industry 4.0 technologies stand on proprietary components, as industrial IoT devices and cloud platforms.


Truphone was founded in 2006 with the mission of improving connectivity services even where current cellular providers could not reach. Since then, Truphone has invested in becoming the world’s first truly global network through (1) its own network infrastructure (points of presence include: London, New York, Amsterdam, Sydney, California and Hong Kong) and (2) a wide number of partnerships with local operators.

Universidad de Navarra

The University Clinic of Navarra (CUN) is a private non-profit medical hospital, renowned for its high degree of specialization, ongoing technological renovation and teamwork, which allows for a personalized, multidisciplinary approach for each patient. In the field of pediatric oncology, CUN counts with an extensive experience with over 50 years offering treatments to cure brain and solid tumors.

University of the West of Scotland

UWS is one of the UK’s largest modern universities with four campuses in Scotland and a London campus, and a top university in Scotland regarding the number of knowledge transfer partnerships (KTPs) with businesses, acting as a leading channel to supply useful knowledge and expertise to the industry. UWS has approximately 15,500 students and 1,500 staff members structured in six academic schools. In this project, UWS will perform their main duties in the School of Computing, Engineering and Physical Sciences, which is a leading Knowledge Transfer Partnership organisation in the UK.


XLAB is a global IT solutions company focused on remote desktop technology (ISL Online), management and automation of hybrid infrastructure (XLAB Steampunk), security and privacy, IoT and data analytics, building on breakthroughs of its own research team. Since 2001, and in a team of 100+, XLAB has become recognized as a highly professional technology innovator, betting on the power of open source, open exchange of ideas, and teamwork. Long track involvement in EU research and innovation programmes places XLAB among the Top 50 SMEs in terms of Horizon 2020 signed grants and at the 1st place among SMEs in Slovenia.