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Eureka projects

The internet is expected to ultimately interconnect billions of people and trillions of devices. Over recent years, ‘web-of-objects’ and ‘internet-of-things’ initiatives have emerged, primarily aimed at machine-to-machine or device-to-device interactions using standard communications protocols. As yet, their rate of...

This project is developing a new software platform for crisis and disaster management – one that is based on open standards and designed to be fully interoperable with disaster-management systems around the world. As a unified interface for decision support, the platform is likely to generate great interest as an...

Interoperability, along with security and privacy of personal data, are the two most important limitations for the growth of the internet of things (iot) market. Interoperability increases the complexity of service production processes and the cost of production. Lack of security and trust for the protection of...

The cam4home project has created a common metadata-enabled contents delivery framework enabling rich, personalised multimedia experiences in the home. The project simplifies access to and sharing of all contents with any terminal through any network and through peer-to-peer networks. It exploits a novel concept of...

Raising the productivity and competitiveness of European businesses through technology. Boosting national economies on the international market, and strengthening the basis for sustainable prosperity and employment.