Projekty badawcze realizowane przez KT:
Projects realized by KT:
In the project, the mechanisms for adopting the FAN (Flow-Aware Networking) concept to the optical layer will be proposed.
The goal of the project is to prepare and file a patent application in Poland and in other countries, including USA, China and EU. The application relates to new method for traffic engineering in telecommunications networks.
1. Simulation analysis of Flow-Aware Multi-Topology Adaptive Routing: www.kt.agh.edu.pl/~jdomzal/sim_analysis_POIG.pdf
2. Report on project results: www.kt.agh.edu.pl/~jdomzal/Raport_2016.pdf
The project has established a distributed internet platform for research, preservation and documentation of electronic arts. The goal was to provide a complex system in order to ensure the sustainable availability of European cultural heritage in the field of electronic arts.
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.
The overall objective was to evolve 3rd Generation mobile and wireless infrastructure towards the next-generation cellular and wireless Internet. Moby Dick focused on the heterogeneous access network technologies for the support of IPv6 based "Layer-3" mobility.
Research project devoted to constant monitoring of physical and sub-MAC layer parameters in a wireless MESH network nodes with ability of short and long-term measurements gathering and analysis.
Top features of designed monitoring system are the following:
The CALIBRATE project has now run its course and the final report has been submitted to the European Commission. Its aims were to support the collaborative use and exchange of learning resources in schools. It brought together eight Ministries of Education including six from new member states and involved 17 partners in all.
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.
COST is an intergovernmental framework for European Co-operation in the field of Scientific and Technical Research. It is organized into Scientific and Technical Domains and its goal is to ensure that Europe holds a strong position in the field of scientific and technical research for peaceful purposes.
The core activity of the BONE-project was the stimulation of intensified collaboration, exchange of researchers and integration of activities and know-how into and amongst partners. Through the establishment of Virtual Centres of Excellence, the BONE-project has lookd into the future and supported the final “Network of the Future” through education & training, research tools & testlabs on new technologies & architectures.