For IoT Practitioners
FOR IoT PRACTITIONERS
A Time of IoT Manifestos (in Europe)
IoT Day Copenhagen - What kind of future do we want to live...
Regulating the “Internet of Flying Things” - ‘Security by de...
ThingsCon Salon Copenhagen - Techfestival
Can a black box be trusted?
Socio-technical affordances and the social, communicational...
IoT as an Ethical Challenge
Virt-EU Panel at IDP 2017
Virt-EU qualitative research methodology
Virt-EU quantitative research methodology
An Ethical IoT?
Looking for IoT manifestos, standards, guidelines and best p...
What's the PESIA framework?
IDP Conference 2017
Living bits and things
IoT Week 2017
The Things Network Hackaton Copenaghen
Virt EU's Interview with Serena Cangiano and Zoe Romano
Researchers want to make Internet of Things ethical
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 732027