Projekty badawcze realizowane w ramach Projects realized by KT funded by Eureka, NCBIR
next generation MultImedia efficienT, Scalable and robUst Delivery
The objective of MITSU (next generation MultImedia efficienT, Scalable and robUst Delivery) is to study and develop the next generation of multimedia streaming systems to be used over wireless networks. While considering state of the art technologies in that field, MITSU intends to study and implement this video interoperability while minimising complexity and power consumption.
Intelligent Multimedia System for Web and IPTV Archiving. Digital Analysis and Documentation of Multimedia Content.
IMCOP improves current approaches in the field of digital preservation of IPTV and Internet Web-based content. It provides a comprehensive and extensive system for analyzing, documenting and presenting dynamic Web-based content and complex, multimedia objects.
SDNRoute: integrated system supporting routing in Software Defined Networks
The aim of the project is to develop, investigate and implement integrated SDNRoute system. SDNRoute will support routing process in Software Defined Networks (SDN). Nature of the project is analytical, simulation and development, while development is dominant factor. SDNRoute system will periodically define routing policies for each upcoming time window. SDNRoute will utilize information originating from several sources. First of all, data regarding current state of the network provided by the SDN controller.
SwiTching And tRansmission (STAR)
2013 - 2015
The STAR project (SwiTching And tRansmission) has been started on January 1st, 2013. The project is financed by NCBiR and coordinated within CHIST-ERA ERA-Net Programme. The AGH Department of Telecommunications participates in the project together with University of Leeds, University of Cambridge and Ecole Normale Superieure of Lyon. A key observation in current core networks is that most of the power is consumed in the IP layer while optical transmission and optical switching are power efficient in comparison, hence the inspiration for this project.
Integrated Intelligent System for Surveillance and Identification of Moving Objects for Safety Purposes
The project aims at development and implementation of an integrated monitoring system of moving objects, with particular emphasis on vehicles. The pilot work will be carried out in cooperation with Headquarters Voivodship Police in selected Polish cities. There are plans to conduct pilot implementations in Kraków, Kielce, and Gdańsk, because of the possibility of reducing travel expenses related to the development and preparation of the system. The proposed monitoring system primarily uses GPS and GSM technology.
Development of a System for Detecting Security Threats for Persons with a Vision Impairment, Including Threats Caused by Traffic. Legal and Technical Aspects.
The project goal is to develop an intelligent information system to detect safety risks caused by traffic for persons with a vision impairment, with regard to existing legal and criminological conditions. Project results will enable beneficiaries of the project to become more active and much safer in the urban space. The proposed research includes issues related to ensuring the safety of persons with a vision impairment, especially in the urban space. It is important especially in from the point of view of persons with vision disabilities, both in the urban area and beyond.
Flow-Aware Multi-Topology Adaptive Routing
The aim of the project is to specify, simulate and finally develop a device which will realize the concept of FAMTAR: Flow-Aware Multi-Topology Adaptive Routing. This is the applicants idea to realize the routing in the IP networks. FAMTAR is possible due to the popularity of flow-aware traffic management and constantly increasing available computational power in network devices. In FAMTAR, alternative routes are created dynamically, as needed.
Implementation of cross-protect router
The aim of the project is to develop and implement mechanisms of the Cross‐Protect router, the standard interconnecting device of the Flow‐Aware Networks (FAN). During the first stage, new methods of realizing admission control and packet scheduling will be proposed and fully analyzed. Particularly, in the admission control block, the following mechanisms will be developed: ‐ mechanisms to allow fast admission of the streaming flows in the admission control block ‐ mechanisms which enhance the standard service differentiation routing proposed by FAN
Development and implementation of an integrated chronic care support system based on mobile communications networks
2010 - 2013
The aim of the project is to develop a prototype of Chronic Care Support System - SWOP, whose main task is the telemonitoring of patients with chronic diseases. SWOP functionality corresponds to the modern model of care based on flexible access to medical services and differentiating the intensity of interaction with medical institutions, depending on the severity of symptoms and the patient's needs.
Intelligent Information System for Detection and Recognition
The project aims at development and implementation of a complex information system for comprehensive detection and identification of risks and the monitoring and identification of moving targets. This objective can be presented in three mutually correlated, and the integrated groups of tasks: