Innovation and Experience in Software and Systems Engineering
TRIALOG is a consulting company which provides expertise for innovative technologies in embedded and industrial systems. We help our clients to manage increasingly complex software and systems. In conjunction with the clients' needs, TRIALOG provides original solutions in engineering technology.
TRIALOG is an independent company created in 1987. Its clients are large industrial European companies.
TRIALOG strives for innovation. To achieve this, since its creation TRIALOG has maintained a virtuous circle that allows it to propose ground breaking innovations to its industrial clients which improves their competitiveness. The choice of its research and development projects is driven by the needs of it European industrial partners.
Presentation Cyber-Security and Resilient Smart Grid at European Utility Week 2015
28 Oct 2015
At the European Utility Week 2015 held in Vienna on 3-5 Nov. 2015, TRIALOG presents cyber security and resilience applied to the project SOGRID. During the conference, TRIALOG details the electrical and telecom requirements in
European Innovation Platform on Active Healthy Ageing
19 Oct 2015
Trialog was involved in panels on interoperability of ICT solutions for ageing in Brussels on March 10, 2015, and in Riga on May 13, 2015. For more information, see the presentations in Riga on Interopoerable
Cyber-Security in Automotive Industry
1 Jul 2015
Trialog was involved in Open Automotive’15 that took place in Stuttgart on April 22, 2015. Antonio Kung was part of a panel to discuss cybersecurity. He then made a presentation on privacy. For more information
Privacy by Design
The increase in information exchange through new communication services poses major legal and technical problems concerning personal data and the protection of privacy. TRIALOG is studying technical concepts and proposing solutions for a unique approach to this situation. See more . . .
Technology Support for Dependent Persons
In 1950, elderly people over 60 made up 12% of the population in developed countries. In 1998 it was 19%, and in 2025 it is predicted to be 28%.
In the coming years, percentage of elderly people will continue to grow, while at the same time the number of resource persons (e.g. family, health professionals) will decrease. See more . . .