Past projects OpenIot

OpenIoT

  • EUWB—Coexisting Short Range Radio by Advanced Ultra-Wideband Radio Technology
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  • The ambitious project of ZooraNet seeks to advance peace through creative collaboration and by fostering and supporting culture and art within creative communities of Palestinians and Israelis.
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  • Sustainable and persuasive human users mobility in future cities Innovation for an integrated and sustainable mobility. The SUPERHUB project aims at providing an integrated toolkit able to stimulate citizens and goods transport companies to use alternative mobility resources.
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  • The iCore proposed solution is a cognitive framework comprising three levels of functionality, reusable for various and diverse applications.
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  • The PublicaMente platform is designed to handle in an innovative and effective way the archiving, analysis, visualization and search for multimedia information that is organized around video content as its major information element.
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  • CULtural Tourism WAys through mobile Applications and Services
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  • The COMPOSE project aims at enabling new services that can seamlessly integrate real and virtual worlds through the convergence of the Internet of Services with the Internet of Things.
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  • SPECIFI combines NGA and IoT infrastructures and platforms for setting  up an European Creative Ring of Smart Cities and Regions facilitating the setup, customization, delivery and sharing of innovative, user co-designed arts, media and leisure services locally, regionally, and across Europe.
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  • CreatiFI project is an initiative inside the FIWARE EU program that offers opportunities to SMEs, web entrepreneurs and individuals working in the Creative Industry sector to shift innovative ideas into new applications and services.
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  • The project was funded by PAT (Autonomous Province of Trento) in collaboration with Algorab Srl. The purpose of this project, based on novel technologies like wireless sensor networks, was twofold: to inform the car drivers about potential ice threats along the monitored roads, and to inform the road maintenance personnel about where and when appropriate countermeasures shall be taken in order to mitigate the ice-related risks.
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  • The SUPERHUB project aims at providing an integrated toolkit able to stimulate citizens and goods transport companies to use alternative mobility resources.
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  • The Future Internet (FI) is an emerging, open, communications infrastructure, which supports more services and applications and is better coupled to users and the physical world.
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