Projekty badawcze realizowane przez KT:
Projects realized by KT:
The Internet has seen a strong move to support overlay applications, which demand a coherent and integrated control in the underlying heterogeneous networks in a scalable, resilient, and energy-efficient manner. A tighter integration of network management and overlay service functionality can lead to cross-layer optimization of operations and management, thus, being a promising approach to offer a large business potential in operational perspectives for all players involved.
The key objective of the NI2S3 project is to research and implement a reference security systems based on NEC Information and Integration Services. The security systems must be capable of collecting and processing information from many heterogeneous sources in order to build up or improve situation awareness in critical infrastructures.
More specifically, the NI2S3 project aims:
The aim the SmoothIT project was to develop mechanisms based on incentives for controlling and managing network traffic of overlay applications in the Internet. The aim was to enforce a cooperation between ISPs and overlay applications while keeping high efficiency.
SARACEN, that stands for “Socially Aware, collaboRative, scAlable Coding mEdia distributioN", is a research initiative funded partially by the Information Society and Media Directorate General of the European Commission under the Seventh Framework programme.
The main purpose of the project is to propose modelling techniques for the analysis of multiple sensors in producing a unified and comprehensive methods for identification, monitoring and prognosis of potential damages (like cracks) in the fuselage of a helicopter.
The COST Action IC0703 "Data Traffic Monitoring and Analysis (TMA): theory, techniques, tools and applications for the future networks" was started on March 2008, with a planned duration of 4 years. It is part of the COST programme (ICT domain) which is now run by the European Science Foundation.
The high-level goal was to build up a community of researchers working on TMA topics.
The goal of the ACTS AC025 BIDS (Broadband Infrastructures for Digital Television and Multimedia Services) project was to examine the broadband infrastructure for digital TV and multimedia services.
BroadBand Loop (FP4, ACTS AC038) project was aiming at design, implementation and analysis of the international broadband network, supporting provisioning of the business services in a heterogeneous, wired environment. Three national access networks were deployed(in Danmark, Portugal and Poland), with use of bi-directional PON technique. In the trial network POTS and ISDN services were applied with a granularity of 2 Mbps, while in the final phase, VDSL (with ATM) channels were connected.
The Broadband Trial Integration (BTI) project is dealing with the general topic of IPv6 over Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) integration, in particulr for services, wher IPv6 multicast is required for efficient content delivery.
The objectives of BTI are:
* to demonstrate integration of IPv6 and ATM services,
* to interconnect field trials in three European countries: Denmark, Portugal and Poland,
* to deliver multimedia services to residential users over passive optical access network (PON).
The main goal of the IST Project LION was to design, develop and assess an ASON/GMPLS network carrying multiple formats of the client data. The project main activities of the AGH Department of Telecommunications regarded the definition of the requirements of an integrated multi-layered network; proposed network evolution scenarios, the analysis of OAM concepts in an integrated optical network; the definition of effective resilience strategies for IP over optical networks.