Currently, the public relies on intensive use of ICT and related data input. An integral part of the normal life of the inhabitants are sensory elements that affect the daily lives increasingly from transport to health. Within the years 2016-2018, the WP5 has continued in development of advanced materials and sensor components and systems that are useful in connecting to data networks based on the latest technologies of wireless transmission with low energy consumption and easy accessibility. The electronic ICT components research has been focused on functional properties, low energy consumption and data security which was taken into account at low hardware level. The development of advanced sensory data sources and platforms that aggregate data for use in everyday life of the inhabitants in towns and regions, presents a high value added solutions and their use for the needs of biometrics, health care, environment, intelligent building, automotive industry and other economically important sectors that they encounter on a daily basis. The orientation of further research on the Internet, which is considered one of the engines of ICT in the next decade is therefore strategically important, and the research topic for the use of Smart Life will continue to be intensively developed with partners.
n the previous period they have been designed and implemented a new demonstrators with a focus on LPWAN and 4G networks, which will become a part of everyday life. A large amounts of data was transferred to the server and was processed to verify the accuracy of electronic systems (among others biometric systems, monitoring systems, environmental sensory systems, etc.) and the HW and SW means to ensure the security of sending data in a wide range of applications. The proposed applications have been adapted for use with mobile devices.