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Research Projects

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TWIRL (2012-2014)

TWIRL – Twinning virtual World Information with Real world data sources – project aims at creating an open platform able to process, mine, interlink and fuse data originating from real world applications and on-line data sources. It will augment real world applications with knowledge extracted from virtual data sources. Thus, applications will become richer, more …

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eCousin (2012-2015)

•eCousin’s goal is the design a novel social-aware network architecture with built-in content dissemination functionalities that exploits the social-content interdependencies for improving its efficiency.

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SITAC (2012-2015)

The idea of sensors and actuators creating smart spaces is one of the main research topics in the recent years. Internet of Things and Web of Objects have emerged to allow machine to machine interactions with the aim of improving our everyday lives. SITAC Project aims at creating a unifying architecture and ecosystem, in-cluding platforms, …

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ICARE (2013-2015)

In conventional TV production, primary distribution – or the commercial aspect of content creation – is usually managed by production companies while the content preparation, generally managed by TV channels, consists of aggregating all the contents, then building a programme, inserting advertising, news, talk shows and so on. The network ingestion is seen here as …

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Web of Objects (2012-2015)

  Web of Objects is a European project involving partners from France, Korea and Spain. The general goal of the WoO project is to simplify object and application deployment, maintenance and operation of in-building Internet of Things infrastructures subject to strict constraints regarding resources as computing power, communication bandwidth and energy supply. The project will …

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DIY Smart Experiences

Do-it-Yourself Smart Experiences (ITEA Silver award)

Sept 2009 – Aug 2012    The DiYSE project will enable people to direct their everyday environment into a highly personalised meaningful communication/interaction experience that can span the home and city domains. The project aims to create a sustainable marketplace for user-generated applications (components) in which non-technically-skilled people can participate. The proposed Do-it-Yourself approach in …

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Servery Project

SERVERY (Celtic gold award)

Nov 2008 – Oct 2011    SERVERY’s goal is to enable a Service Market Place that bridges the Internet and Telco worlds by merging the flexibility and openness of the former with the trustworthiness and reliability of the latter!

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Expeshare Project

ExpeShare

Sept 2007 – Oct 2009    ExpeShare is a European ITEA project. Using, sharing and enjoying multimedia content plays a major role in how a customer experiences new media. Increasingly, people carry their treasured multimedia content in small mobile devices such as mobile phones, Mp3/DVD players, memory sticks, cameras etc. In addition to the actual …

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Exoticus

Jan 2008 – Dec 2009   Exoticus is a national project under the SYSTEM@TIC cluster which aims to address service modelling and service composition in NGN. A platform integrating service enablers from different SMEs and a Core IMS will be developed

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Woaa! Project

Woaa!

Apr 2007 – Apr 2010   CAM4Home is a European ITEA project. The objective of CAM4Home is to create a metadata enabled content delivery framework to allow users and content providers to share rich multimedia experiences. These multimedia experiences are based on a novel concept of collaborative aggregated multimedia that is the main focus of …

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CAM4Home Project

CAM4Home

Apr 2007 – Apr 2010   CAM4Home is a European ITEA project. The objective of CAM4Home is to create a metadata enabled content delivery framework to allow users and content providers to share rich multimedia experiences. These multimedia experiences are based on a novel concept of collaborative aggregated multimedia that is the main focus of …

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MobiSIP

Jan 2006 – Dec 2008    MobiSIP is a French national project funded by ANR. The next generation of multimedia services will be the result of the convergence between mobile telephony and the Internet. The proliferation of different kinds of handsets and the cost and complexity of the required infrastructure will, however, hinder the deployment …

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SUPER

Sept-2004-Sept 2006   The objective of SUPER is to address certain challenges in the deployment of SIP-based services in wireless and fixed networks. This project had significant impact on Multi-access to the IP Multimedia Subsystem, paving the way for TISPAN and PacketCable architectures.

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NGN Project

NGN

Since 2004   NGN is an internal research project within Institut Telecom. It focuses on the evolution of service paradigms in the telco and web worlds.

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MySIP

Apr 2006 – Apr 2008   MySIP project focuses on network and service architectures for SIP-Based multimedia services in fixed and mobile networks. The objective of this project is to set up a research network between partners, having developed in-depth expertise on the key issues that need to be addressed for the deployment of next …

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