OREOS congregates a consortium made up of three partners: a technology company with a considerable portfolio in the fields of mobile communications and the targeted critical services (Altran, leading promoter); an academic institution with strong skills in the optimization and allocation of resources in Cloud, Fog and Edge Computing scenarios (University of Coimbra); and a technology transfer institution with strong skills in the development of complex platforms and cloud services and in the management of technology transfer processes for the industrial fabric (Instituto Pedro Nunes).


Capgemini Engineering combines, under one brand, a unique set of strengths from across the Capgemini Group: the world leading engineering and R&D services of Altran acquired by Capgemini in 2020 and Capgeminiā€™s digital manufacturing expertise. With broad industry knowledge and cutting edge technologies in digital and software, Capgemini Engineering supports the convergence of the physical and digital worlds. It helps its clients unleash the potential of R&D, a key component of accelerating their journey towards Intelligent Industry. Capgemini Engineering has more than 52,000 engineer and scientist team members in over 30 countries across sectors including aeronautics, space and defense, automotive, railway, communications, energy, life sciences, semiconductors, software & internet and consumer products.

The University of Coimbra (UC) was created in 1290 and has eight faculties, besides a large number of organic units related to research, cultural extension, and formation support. The main activities of UC are teaching, research, and knowledge transfer. Regarding teaching, UC has at the moment 50 bachelor courses, 123 master courses, 22 integrated masters, and 91 doctoral programs, and currently over 20% of UC students come from abroad. The offer in scientific and technological research makes UC an important reference, with around 40 research units, most of which are nationally and internationally renowned.

Created in 1991 through a University of Coimbra initiative, Instituto Pedro Nunes (IPN) is a private non-profit organisation which promotes innovation and the transfer of technology, establishing the connection between the scientific and technological environment and the production sector.