Projekty badawcze realizowane przez KT:
Projects realized by KT:
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.
Euro-NF was a European project on the Network of the Future, formed by 35 institutions (from the academia and industry) from 16 countries. Its main target was to integrate the research effort of the partners to be a source of innovation and a think tank on possible scientific, technological and socio-economic trajectories towards the network of the future.
Euro-NF was a Network of Excellence supported by the theme "Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)" under the 7th Framework Programme of the European Community for RTD.
The main objective was to design and establish a framework (shell) for an intelligent global research network consisting of connected local (national) working and research networks. This framework will consist of distributed co-operating expertsystems (Intelligent Base Systems) with decision support modules for research management and intelligent knowledge retrieval provided by applied multi-agent systems. For the prototype the local research networks and workingspaces will be realised as Intranets in 5 different European countries (Germany, Finland, Hungary, Poland, Bulgaria).
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:
Leveraging all results obtained in phase 1, NOBEL phase 2 considered the medium-term, long-term and extended long-term scenarios, focusing in particular on the last two, and faced with two major challenges. The first is the evolution of the data plane technology in order to reach an 'optimum techno-economic balance between optical/electrical and circuit/packet routing and switching. The second is the evolution of the network control plane towards an unified control plane that is able of improving the seamless end-to-end network service capabilities in a flexible and scalable way.
The main goal of the IST Integrated Project NOBEL (FP6-506760) was to carry out analysis, feasibility studies and experimental activities on innovative architectures, technologies and solutions for core and metro networks supporting broadband services. NOBEL contributed to the 6th FP IST strategic objective 'Broadband for All' enhancing European competitiveness in the development of IP/Optics core and metro optical networks.
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.
CARMEN, CARrier grade MEsh Networks, aims at studying and specifying a wireless mesh network supporting carrier grade triple-play services in future heterogeneous mobile/fixed network operators environments. Based on the assumption that future mobile operator networks will be comprised of a common core network and several access networks, the CARMEN access network will complement existing access technologies by exploiting low costs mesh networking techniques.
Wireless networks importance for the Future Internet is raising at a fast pace as mobile devices increasingly become its entry point. However, today’s wireless networks are unable to rapidly adapt to evolving contexts and service needs due to their rigid architectural design. We believe that the wireless Internet’s inability to keep up with innovation directly stems from its reliance on the traditional layer-based Internet abstraction. Especially, the Link Layer interface appears way too abstracted from the actual wireless access and coordination needs.
IC1004 is the Action on Cooperative Radio Communications for Green Smart Environments and belongs to the ICT Domain. This Action addresses research issues in the field of cooperative radio communications to make our society cleaner, safer, and more energy efficient.
The Action goals are as follows:
- to increase knowledge of cooperative communications applied to Green SEs (GSEs), by exploring and developing new methods, models, techniques, strategies and tools, in a context enriched by deep industry-academia links;