The ENACT project gathers eleven members including four academic partners with strong IoT expertise, and 7 industrial partners.

SINTEF coordinates and is responsible for the technical management of the project, and leads WP2. SINTEF contribute to the consortium with model-based techniques and methods for the orchestration, deployment and management of the smart IoT applications.

CA is responsible for ensuring proper integration of the ENACT enablers within the ENACT DevOps Framework (leading WP5). In addition, CA contributes to WP3, and leads T2.4 and T2.1. CA will bring to the project its expertise on agile methods and DevOps practices. More precisely, CA contribute to the project with techniques for: (i) the agile and risk-driven device selection, (ii) building an environment to test, simulate and emulate smart IoT systems, and (iii) fault-tolerant and distributed root cause analysis.

Evidian leads the dissemination and exploitation management activities of the project (WP6). Evidian is also a main contributor to WP4 (leading T4.2). In particular, Evidian contributes to the project making their access control techniques and products context-aware. 

Indra has two main roles, on the one hand Indra leads WP1 and in particular the requirements and use cases elicitation, linking them with the business issues, and on the other hand, Indra acts as demonstrator provider in the  field of ITS solutions, assessing and testing ENACT outcomes in a relevant environment like the Gulbene touristic railway.

Tecnalia contributes to the project with a twofold role. On the one hand, Tecnalia acts as technology provider in WP4 by leading the design and development of the security and trust mechanisms for smart IoT applications as well as contributing to the integration of these mechanisms in the ENACT DevOps Framework. On the other hand, Tecnalia acts as case study provider in WP1 by integrating and validating the ENACT solution for developing and operating smart IoT applications for Smart Buildings. 

TellU is a use case provider, and will contribute to WP1 (Case Studies & Validation) with a communal care and e-health use case. 

CNRS contributes to WP2 and WP3 and will lead tasks T2.3 and T3.2. CNRS contributes to the consortium with techniques and mechanisms to identify and handle actuation conflicts. CNRS has a long experience in this domain and has applied these techniques to different domains.

Universitat Duisburg ESSEN leads WP3. UDE provides mechanisms for building context-aware dynamically adaptive systems and self-adaptation mechanisms. In particular, UDE will provide its expertise in online learning for adaptive systems, and model checking for run-time quality assurance. 

ISRAA contributes to WP1 and in particular to the smart building case study. ISRAA will represent the end-user point of view to build the requirements for the use-case. 

BOSC contributes to WP1 supporting Indra and other partners particular to ITS case study. BOSC will provide access to infrastructure and rolling stock of the Gulbene-Aluksne railway for real life testing environment.

EDI contributes to WP1 and in particular to the definition and design of the Intelligent Transport System Use Case: definition of requirements and specifications. and the development of IoT Services.