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Symbiosis of smart objects across IoT environments (symbIoTe)

Start date: Jan 1, 2016, End date: Dec 31, 2018,

Connected smart objects have invaded our everyday life across multiple domains, e.g. home withautomation solutions, assisted living with sensors and wearables to monitor personal activities, smart transportation and environmental monitoring. IoT is evolving around a plethora of vertically isolated platforms, each specifically suited to given scenarios and often adopting non-standard, sometimes ful ...
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The objective of SPEED-5G is to research and develop technologies that address the well-known challenges of predicted growth in mobile connections and traffic volume. A major challenge is the cost of meeting the objective, in terms of both infrastructure and deployment. Today, lack of dynamic control across wireless network resources is leading to unbalanced spectrum loads and a perceived capacit ...
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Patient Empowerment involves patients to a greater extent in their own healthcare process and disease management becomes an integrated part of their daily life. The capability of self-management opens the possibility for patients not only to contribute to their own healthcare but also to be more in control of their disease. EMPOWER will develop a modular and standard-based Patient Empowerment Fram ...
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Stroke is a disease with very high socio-economic impact. In average the healthcare expenditure cost for Strokes across different countries in Europe and USA is 3% of their entire healthcare expenditure. This includes inpatient treatment cost, outpatient hospital visits and long-term rehabilitation and care. Analysis showed that costs of long-term care have increased from 13% to 49% of overall cos ...
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The overall concept of the CD-MEDICS IP is to develop a technology platform for point-of-care diagnostics, capable of simultaneous genomic and proteomic detection, with embedded communication abilities for direct interfacing with hospital information systems. This will be achieved by exploiting breakthroughs at the confluences of bio-, micro- and nano- technologies to create a low-cost non-invasiv ...
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The use of mechanisms based on incentives for controlling and managing network traffic of overlay applications in the Internet is still in its early stages. Initial results have shown that such mechanisms do have the important property of scalability with respect to the number of players (i.e. providers, consumers, or peers), and lead to a more efficient network operation. In managing the traffic ...
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... roof-of-concept case studies covering a smart camera system and an outdoor broadband wireless telecom system. SATURN combines two SME tool vendors (Artisan and Extessy AG) with leading system houses (Intracom S.A. Telecom Solutions & Thales Security Systems S.A.S). The consortium also includes two major European Universities: Paderborn University & University of Cantabria. SATURN enables Artisan t ...
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Mapping Optimisation for Scalable multi-core ARchiTecture (MOSART)

Start date: Jan 1, 2008, End date: Dec 31, 2010,

Description Key InnovationThe widening gap between performance requirements of applications and their related power consumption and what is afforded by technology scaling and architectural techniques clearly focuses the multiprocessor  architectures as the today and future solution for computing and embedded systems. The present day wireless ...
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Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) remain the back bone of the EU economy, given that 99.8% of all enterprises are SMEs or more specifically a micro-enterprise with less than ten employees. In 2010, 19.2 million micro-enterprises operated in the EU, comprising 92% of all European enterprises. It is evident that SMEs are being affected by the financial and economic crisis across economies. Since t ...
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The competitive pressure from large retailers to small retail shops, which are mainly located in the city centers, led to a large number of retail shop closures during the financial crisis, which entire families live off. The target group of retailers had essentially the problem that there is no training of the staff and also the retailer himself during the operation. Cause of that, there were use ...
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According to surveys, less qualified workers are motivated to learn, if they believe that training is useful. They search for opportunities in order to complete their training for better work conditions or advancement possibilities. Sei.Li.NG project aims to improve the learning process of these employees. A person can be described as “less qualified” if his/her highest qualification does not exce ...
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According to surveys, less qualified workers are motivated to learn, if they believe that training is useful. They search for opportunities in order to complete their training for better work conditions or advancement possibilities. Sei.Li.NG project aims to improve the learning process of these employees. A person can be described as “less qualified” if his/her highest qualification does not exce ...
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