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Survey on European Internet of Things Clusters, Research Organisations and Enterprises


The European Commission is running a study on mapping EU’s Internet of Things (IoT) innovation clusters.

In the context of this study, this targeted online survey was launched to complement the findings coming from desk research as well as to identify any other missing IoT-clusters in the EU. In addition, with this survey, the study team aims to better understand the drivers and factors that have led to the establishment of already existing IoT innovation clusters in the European Union and acquire insight into their operations and performance. Finally, the survey will also allow the European Commission to determine any relevant future policy measures to support the EU’s IoT innovation ecosystem.

The outcome of this study will allow for the creation of an EU-wide information database, accessible to any IoT player in Europe. For more information, please continue with the survey. Completing the survey will only require a few minutes.

Please note that your participation in this survey is voluntary. You have the possibility to interrupt and continue this survey at any time. The information we are requesting will only be used for research purposes. Participants will not be identified in any reports based on the survey. Your e-mail address will never be associated with your answers. All responses are confidential.

The deadline to complete the survey is April 22nd.


This survey is part of the 'Study on mapping Internet of Things innovation clusters in Europe (SMART 2015/0012)' which is conducted on behalf of the European Commission (DG CONNECT) by the Joint Institute for Innovation Policy (JIIP).

The JIIP members are JOANNEUM RESEARCH Forschungsgesellschaft mbH , Tecnalia , TNO, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland LTD. KPMG AG Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft Germany has also been subcontracted for this study.

For further information or if you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us:
Christian Hartmann, mapping_IoT_innovation_clusters@joanneum.at