Highlights Archive: 2020

The event on January 28, 2020 will focus on what the cyber security situation looks like in the world, in Finland and in Salo. It will further illuminate how municipalities and organizations can build a competitive edge by focusing on cyber security. With Smart Cities on the rise, the event will also focus on how to Build a Cyber-Safe Smart City and why cyber security is an issue for all people.

BaseN CEO Pasi Hurri will have a keynote presentation at the 5th Maritime Digital Transformation Forum that will take place in Copenhagen on February 6, 2020. In his keynote, Mr. Hurri will discuss how the next generation of digital twins will disrupt the maritime industry.

BaseN accompanies the Permanent Secretary of the Finnish Ministry of Defence, Mr. Jukka Juusti, on a Defence Delegation visit to Washington DC. The visit spans out over 5 days from February 24th to February 28th.

The Internet of Things (IoT) enriches every aspect of our lives, but when food goes digital the notion of who has the decision power over the food choices suddenly becomes vague.

FIF’s pre-event “The Internet of Food” offers the chance to discuss all different aspects of the topic after the presentation of expert speaker Mr. Johan Jörgensen. With this event, the Internet Society Special Interest Group for the Internet of Food tries to share it’s knowledge in this volatile and dynamic sector.

The event is free of charge and you can register right here. If you can’t make it personally, please feel free to join the live stream right here.

Dear BaseN customer,

In these unprecedented times our thoughts are with those who are impacted by COVID-19. As a company we currently focus on actions that reduce the global impact of this pandemic.

To keep everyone safe, BaseN migrated last week to a fully virtual operational model with our physical offices being closed globally. Our remote work  environment which is inherent to BaseN, allows our teams to seamlessly continue their functions.

Ensuring Uptime for Customers and Partners

Every organization responding to this crisis needs agility and inherent scalability on demand – and BaseN ensures both. We’ve seen many customers develop ideas and quickly build and deploy them on BaseN Platform. Spime scale means that we have capacity to take on global workloads nobody could have anticipated just weeks ago.

We understand the importance of keeping all systems up and running during this time. With BaseN Platform’s scalable, fault tolerant and distributed architecture, we guarantee that there will be no disruptions in our service.

Please do not hesitate to approach us with any questions through info@basen.net or your dedicated account manager.

To conclude, I wish speedy recovery to all those who are ill. I also want to express gratitude to all medical professionals on the front line of treating those who are battling this virus, and to those who ensure in other ways that our society remains functional.

Kind regards, Pasi Hurri, President & CEO, BaseN

FIF’s pre-event “The Internet of Food” offers the chance to discuss all different aspects of the topic after the presentation of expert speaker Mr. Johan Jörgensen. With this event, the Internet Society Special Interest Group for the Internet of Food tries to share it’s knowledge in this volatile and dynamic sector.

The event is free of charge and you can register right here. If you can’t make it personally, please feel free to join the live stream right here.

The concept of Earth Hour was initially developed in Australia, but quickly replicated on a global level, involving corporations, private citizens and officials alike.

Reducing our energy consumption is crucial to decrease the effect of global warming on this planet. We at BaseN take sustainability very serious and hence encourage all of our employees to participate and switch off the lights for an hour.

Due to the current situation with the severe outbreak of COVID-19, Earth Hour recommends to stay at home and virtually join the Earth Hour 2020.

If you want to be a part of this, unplug tomorrow from 20:30 – 21:30 Finnish time.

The world IoT Day was started in 2010 and is an open invitation to the Internet of Things community. Ever since, the IoT Day has served globally as an opportunity for everyone within the industry to celebrate the constant evolution of the IoT.

Usually, IoT forerunners organize events, lunches and talks to raise awareness about IoT and what it means in the everyday life for all of us. With the COVID-19 situation still impacting most of us, this year the entire scope will be virtual.

To chime in with all our fellow IoT enthusiasts, BaseN will host a webinar on “How to select the right IoT platform for your needs” starting at 3pm CEST. You can sign up for the webinar right here: http://www.basen.net/webinar

Reducing our energy consumption is crucial to decrease the effect of global warming on this planet. We at BaseN take sustainability very serious and hence encourage all of our employees to participate and switch off the lights for an hour.

Due to the current situation with the severe outbreak of COVID-19, Earth Hour recommends to stay at home and virtually join the Earth Hour 2020.

If you want to be a part of this, unplug tomorrow from 20:30 – 21:30 Finnish time.

The IEEE ComSoc International Communications, Quality and Reliability Workshop is held annually with the purpose of bringing together industry and academic experts to present and discuss communications quality, reliability and security issues. Due to the spread of COVID-19, this year’s IEEE CQR will take place virtually on May 14th, with live sessions available on all time zones.

The IEEE CQR 2020 will focus on “Virtualization and Cloudification in the 5G era”.

Three insightful keynote speeches will be delivered by Harri Hursti, Nordic Innovation Labs, Miguel Carames, Verizon and Brian Connelley, Ookla. Further, the program includes three panel discussions and the presentation of technical papers. If you would like to join this year’s virtual version of the IEEE CQR, you can still sign up right here.

The output of the workshops adds to the community’s body of knowledge and serves to inform, help form opinions, and to assist in the development of best practices and relevant standards.

Pasi Hurri is an IEEE Senior Member and holds the Vice Chair position of the IEEE Finland Joint Chapter of Control System Society, Robotics and Automation Society and System, Man and Cybernetics Society (CSS/RAS/SMCS).

Usually, IoT forerunners organize events, lunches and talks to raise awareness about IoT and what it means in the everyday life for all of us. With the COVID-19 situation still impacting most of us, this year the entire scope will be virtual.

To chime in with all our fellow IoT enthusiasts, BaseN will host a webinar on “How to select the right IoT platform for your needs” starting at 3pm CEST. You can sign up for the webinar right here: http://www.basen.net/webinar

Reducing our energy consumption is crucial to decrease the effect of global warming on this planet. We at BaseN take sustainability very serious and hence encourage all of our employees to participate and switch off the lights for an hour.

Due to the current situation with the severe outbreak of COVID-19, Earth Hour recommends to stay at home and virtually join the Earth Hour 2020.

If you want to be a part of this, unplug tomorrow from 20:30 – 21:30 Finnish time.

Due to the global pandemic, the annual Future of Robotics in Finland seminar will take place virtually on Friday, November via Zoom. The seminar is organized by BaseN and the IEEE Finland Joint Chapter of Control System Society Robotics and Automation Society and System, Man and Cybernetics Society and will address Ethics for autonomous robots in military and law enforcement.  

The half-day seminar will have keynote presentations and pitch talks from companies and researchers, as well as a panel discussion. BaseN CEO Pasi Hurri, a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers as well as Vice Chair of IEEE Finland Joint Chapter of CSS/RAS/SMCS, will serve as the panel moderator. 

The event serves to bring together the Finnish community of researchers, professionals and students around robotics and its related fields. If you wish to join this Seminar, you can register for free right here.

The IEEE CQR 2020 will focus on “Virtualization and Cloudification in the 5G era”.

Three insightful keynote speeches will be delivered by Harri Hursti, Nordic Innovation Labs, Miguel Carames, Verizon and Brian Connelley, Ookla. Further, the program includes three panel discussions and the presentation of technical papers. If you would like to join this year’s virtual version of the IEEE CQR, you can still sign up right here.

The output of the workshops adds to the community’s body of knowledge and serves to inform, help form opinions, and to assist in the development of best practices and relevant standards.

Pasi Hurri is an IEEE Senior Member and holds the Vice Chair position of the IEEE Finland Joint Chapter of Control System Society, Robotics and Automation Society and System, Man and Cybernetics Society (CSS/RAS/SMCS).

Usually, IoT forerunners organize events, lunches and talks to raise awareness about IoT and what it means in the everyday life for all of us. With the COVID-19 situation still impacting most of us, this year the entire scope will be virtual.

To chime in with all our fellow IoT enthusiasts, BaseN will host a webinar on “How to select the right IoT platform for your needs” starting at 3pm CEST. You can sign up for the webinar right here: http://www.basen.net/webinar

Reducing our energy consumption is crucial to decrease the effect of global warming on this planet. We at BaseN take sustainability very serious and hence encourage all of our employees to participate and switch off the lights for an hour.

Due to the current situation with the severe outbreak of COVID-19, Earth Hour recommends to stay at home and virtually join the Earth Hour 2020.

If you want to be a part of this, unplug tomorrow from 20:30 – 21:30 Finnish time.

BaseN is happy to announce it’s 6th annual IoT conference SPIME2020. After hosting the event in Amsterdam, Helsinki, Torino, Tallinn and Tampere, we had to adjust and move to a virtual conference this year due to the unpredicted spread of COVID-19. 

The conference will take place on November 23, starting at 12:00 EET and the registration is still open at https://www.basen.net/spime2020/

The half-day seminar will have keynote presentations and pitch talks from companies and researchers, as well as a panel discussion. BaseN CEO Pasi Hurri, a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers as well as Vice Chair of IEEE Finland Joint Chapter of CSS/RAS/SMCS, will serve as the panel moderator. 

The event serves to bring together the Finnish community of researchers, professionals and students around robotics and its related fields. If you wish to join this Seminar, you can register for free right here.

The IEEE CQR 2020 will focus on “Virtualization and Cloudification in the 5G era”.

Three insightful keynote speeches will be delivered by Harri Hursti, Nordic Innovation Labs, Miguel Carames, Verizon and Brian Connelley, Ookla. Further, the program includes three panel discussions and the presentation of technical papers. If you would like to join this year’s virtual version of the IEEE CQR, you can still sign up right here.

The output of the workshops adds to the community’s body of knowledge and serves to inform, help form opinions, and to assist in the development of best practices and relevant standards.

Pasi Hurri is an IEEE Senior Member and holds the Vice Chair position of the IEEE Finland Joint Chapter of Control System Society, Robotics and Automation Society and System, Man and Cybernetics Society (CSS/RAS/SMCS).

Usually, IoT forerunners organize events, lunches and talks to raise awareness about IoT and what it means in the everyday life for all of us. With the COVID-19 situation still impacting most of us, this year the entire scope will be virtual.

To chime in with all our fellow IoT enthusiasts, BaseN will host a webinar on “How to select the right IoT platform for your needs” starting at 3pm CEST. You can sign up for the webinar right here: http://www.basen.net/webinar

Reducing our energy consumption is crucial to decrease the effect of global warming on this planet. We at BaseN take sustainability very serious and hence encourage all of our employees to participate and switch off the lights for an hour.

Due to the current situation with the severe outbreak of COVID-19, Earth Hour recommends to stay at home and virtually join the Earth Hour 2020.

If you want to be a part of this, unplug tomorrow from 20:30 – 21:30 Finnish time.

Mr. Pasi Hurri, President & CEO of BaseN and senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, has been elected as the Chair of the IEEE Finland Joint Chapter of Control System Society, Robotics and Automation Society and System, Man and Cybernetics Society. The election took place on Friday, December 18, 2020. 

 

 

About IEEE Finland Joint Chapter of CSS/RAS/SMCS:

The main objective of the chapter is to provide a forum for professionals in both academia and industry to exchange ideas and knowledge in wide fields of automation, robotics and systems. The chapter actively organizes invited lectures of high-level academic leaders, not only to academic researchers, but also to industry researchers, through cooperation with other academic and industrial associations. The goal is to extend the influence of IEEE Finland Section and Chapters to a wider audience including industry, and to facilitate better cooperation between the academic research and industry activities. Moreover, the chapter also aims to attract more industrial members to IEEE activities in Finland and to increase student branch activities in Finland.

The conference will take place on November 23, starting at 12:00 EET and the registration is still open at https://www.basen.net/spime2020/

The half-day seminar will have keynote presentations and pitch talks from companies and researchers, as well as a panel discussion. BaseN CEO Pasi Hurri, a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers as well as Vice Chair of IEEE Finland Joint Chapter of CSS/RAS/SMCS, will serve as the panel moderator. 

The event serves to bring together the Finnish community of researchers, professionals and students around robotics and its related fields. If you wish to join this Seminar, you can register for free right here.

The IEEE CQR 2020 will focus on “Virtualization and Cloudification in the 5G era”.

Three insightful keynote speeches will be delivered by Harri Hursti, Nordic Innovation Labs, Miguel Carames, Verizon and Brian Connelley, Ookla. Further, the program includes three panel discussions and the presentation of technical papers. If you would like to join this year’s virtual version of the IEEE CQR, you can still sign up right here.

The output of the workshops adds to the community’s body of knowledge and serves to inform, help form opinions, and to assist in the development of best practices and relevant standards.

Pasi Hurri is an IEEE Senior Member and holds the Vice Chair position of the IEEE Finland Joint Chapter of Control System Society, Robotics and Automation Society and System, Man and Cybernetics Society (CSS/RAS/SMCS).

Usually, IoT forerunners organize events, lunches and talks to raise awareness about IoT and what it means in the everyday life for all of us. With the COVID-19 situation still impacting most of us, this year the entire scope will be virtual.

To chime in with all our fellow IoT enthusiasts, BaseN will host a webinar on “How to select the right IoT platform for your needs” starting at 3pm CEST. You can sign up for the webinar right here: http://www.basen.net/webinar

Reducing our energy consumption is crucial to decrease the effect of global warming on this planet. We at BaseN take sustainability very serious and hence encourage all of our employees to participate and switch off the lights for an hour.

Due to the current situation with the severe outbreak of COVID-19, Earth Hour recommends to stay at home and virtually join the Earth Hour 2020.

If you want to be a part of this, unplug tomorrow from 20:30 – 21:30 Finnish time.