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EMILI brings together leading European research groups with complementary expertise in critical infrastructures, modelling and simulation, data management, Complex Event Processing (CEP), Event Condition Action rules, and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA). It involves industrial partners offering complementary use cases and know-how for SCADA in public transport, airport emergency management, and power grids. The industrial partners are  well-established European companies; their participation is motivated by the needs of their customers in Europe, which ensures transfer and exploitation of the project’s research results.

Fraunhofer Institute for Intelligent Analysis and Information Systems, Germany

Fraunhofer has a long tradition in modelling and simulation of large critical infrastructures (e.g. the projects IRRIIS and DIESIS).

SKYTEC AG, Germany

SKYTEC has a long record of experience in the area of innovative solutions for public transport facilities. SKYTEC brings into the project its product SCADA X-SIGHT as a platform for developing use cases and evaluating EMILI semantic technologies.


ASIT brings in its high expertise for risk and safety concepts and emergency preparedness for facilities and infrastructures. ASIT has collected valueable experience in the related projects HI-TERM and A-TEAM.

Stichting Centrum voor Wiskunde en Informatica, Netherlands

CWI brings in its long-standing expertise in database research and developing database management systems. In addition it provides the open-source database management system MonetDB as a high-performance implementation platform.

Aplicaciones en Informática Avanzada, Spain

AIA is an internationally operating vendor of advanced solutions for the management of power grids. AIA has a special focus on innovative solutions for this rapidly changing domain. Examples for related products are the monitoring, restoration and planing tool and ADVANCED GRID OBSERVATION RELIABLE ALGORITHMS and LOAD FORECAST.

Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich, Germany

Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich contributes its expertise in the domains of Semantic Web reasoning, complex event processing and active rules.


Institute Mihailo Pupin, Serbia

PUPIN has expertise on large-scale systems and rule-based technology. PUPIN will provide a use case on monitoring and control of airport facilities, based on an already implemented SCADA system with readily available real-world data. It will also play an important role in ensuring that the semantic technology meets the requirements of the use cases. Related projects are STRiM