The JEMMA code-base has been developed since 2010 by Telecom Italia which holds the Copyright on the original code base. The first release of JEMMA has been made in October, 2013 by Telecom Italia and Istituto Superiore Mario Boella (ISMB) in cooperation with the whole Energy@home community.
Istituto Superiore Mario Boella (ISMB) is currently supporting the project by animating the open source community and contributing with new developments.
Telecom Italia acknowledges that the JEMMA Open Source Project was partially supported by the following public projects:
MAS²TERING (Multi-Agent Systems and Secured coupling of Telecom and Enrgy gRIds for Next Generation smartgrid services) co-funded by the European Union under the FP7 programme
KIC EIT ICT Labs, Activity A13030 SecSES - Secure Energy Systems, year 2013, for software developments related to the smart home gateway and the cloud platform
eKitchen, Ministry of Economic Development Industria 2015, years 2012-2014, for software developments related to the software framework that abstract the home devices
Intrepid, FP7 ICT European project, for the home energy management and control algorithms
ISMB acknowledges that the JEMMA Open Source Project was partially supported by the following public projects:
The official place where all JEMMA related discussions are held is the JEMMA General Maling list
The JEMMA project acknowledges the contribution of the following developers, who have been involved in the development of JEMMA before its release as open source project.