Building up on the success of the demonstration sessions held in Stockholm in 2009 and Ghent in 2010, the unique demonstration evening for 2011 is intended to showcase 14 innovative implementation approaches, technologies and tools related to the Future Converged Internet of Content (IoC), Services (IoS) and Things (IoT) originating from different application domains. For the second time, ServiceWave, FIA and FIRE as part of the Future Internet week are joining forces to continue the popular evening event in an unconstrained atmosphere
with food, discussions and fun.
The Future Internet Assembly – FIA – groups 100 projects which subscribed to the Bled Declaration. They agreed to coordinate their R&D activities to foster a strong European footprint on Future Internet. More than € 650 million are invested by the participants and by the European Commission to make this happen. FIA mobilises a community of some 400 experts active in shaping the European Future Internet vision.
FIRE promotes the concept of experimentally-driven research for the Internet of the Future, joining the two ends of academic-driven visionary research and industry-driven testing and experimentation. To make this approach a reality, FIRE aims to create a dynamic, sustainable, large scale European Experimental Facility, which is built by gradually connecting and federating existing and new test beds for emerging or future internet technologies.
D1: Travel eCommerce experiment – through a single access point to different testbed resources via web-services, Jeremie Leguay, Annika Sällström, Brian Pickering
D2: FIRE infokiosk, Timo Lahnalampi
D3: SLA Translations with a Model-Driven Business Impact Analyses Framework, Ulrich Winkler, Wasif Gilani
D4: OFELIA – Pan-European Test Facility for OpenFlow Experimentation, Andreas Köpsel, Hagen Woesner
D5: Coverage and Capacity Extensions by means of Opportunistic Networks in the Future Internet, Panagiotis Demestichas, Jens Gebert, Markus Mueck
D6: REMICS- REuse and Migration of legacy applications to Interoperable Cloud Services, Andrey Sadovykh, Christian Hein, Brice Morin, Parastoo Mohagheghi, Arne J. Berre
D7: Towards governance of rule and policy driven components in distributed systems, Pierre De Leusse, K. Zielinski
D8: SLA-enabled Enterprise IT, Michael Nolan, John Kennedy, Jessica Mccarthy, Joe Butler, Miha Stopar, Primoz Hadalin, Damjan Murn, Andy Edmonds
D9: SeCMER: A Tool to Gain Control of Security Requirements Evolution, Gábor Bergmann, Fabio Massacci, Federica Paci, Thein Than Tun, Dániel Varró, Yijun Yu
D10: FIRE OpenLab IP Testbed and Tool Demo, Timur Friedman
D11: Distributed spectrum sensing in a cognitive networking testbed, Stefan Bouckaert
D12: DTN Simulation Tool for N4C Integration Support, Witold Holubowicz, Lukasz Kiedrowski, Krzysztof Romanowski
D13: Testing and profiling data Internet services in mobile devices, Almudena Díaz Zayas, Pedro Merino Gómez
D14: Demonstration of the OPTIMIS toolkit for Cloud Service Provisioning, Wolfgang Ziegler, Csilla Zsigri, Rosa M. Badia, Johan Tordsson, Ana Juan Ferrer, Erik Elmroth, Francisco Hernández, Karim Djemame, Raül Sirvent, Jordi Guitart, Theo Dimitrakos, Srijith K. Nair, George Kousiouris, Kleopatra Konstanteli, Theodora Varvarigou, Benoit Hudzia, Alexander Kipp, Stefan Wesner, Marcelo Corrales, Nikolaus Fargó, Tabassum Sharif and Craig Sherida
Julien Vayssiere – Smart Services CRC, Australia