Development of an infrastructure that allows the exchange of personal data and user profiles.
The development of interoperable and user-friendly home networks, enabling intelligent communication between devices in the home.
What impact will "smart" technology have on our approach to health and well-being in 20 years time?
Architectural Modeling for Service Enabling
ICT-supported well-being for elderly
Context AWARE mobile NEtworks and ServiceS
Integral, demand-driven electronic services for citizens and companies
Collection and analysis of best practises and policy information related to knowledge circulation for regional innovation programmes.
BServed aims at the business-driven design and management of IT-based services. Through an integrated approach to the development of business services and their supporting software, BServed contributes to a better alignment between business and IT.
Development of a portable, cognitive device with associated services for people with mild dementia, to navigate their day.
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Harmonizing European Living Labs, where concepts in full-day (user) contexts are developed.
Communication Context for Adaptive Mobile Applications
A study into what works and does not work in cooperative relationships. How do you get suppliers and end-manufacturers to work together in an innovative manner?
The DEsign of NEtworked Business Intermediaries and the acceptance of electronic business.
The Enschede district of Roombeek is using location-based technology to create a context for personal memories and stories.
New user experiences with smart context-aware group services, improving teamwork and care.
New ways of working in the network society
Investigating the role of identity management in cross-domain user controlled light-path establishment.
Businesses and knowledge institutes are working together on developing integrated services to (top) athletes through the sports communication platform (SportLog).
Understanding and finding inconsistencies in the total business content.
Between passion and work: blogging practices of knoweldge workers
Integrating multimedia content and services from the web, IPTV, the home, and the world of mobile telecommunications to facilitate rich and interactive experiences for individuals and communities.
Tracking specific incidents in a crowd, accessing information and photographs, and implementing access control to promote public order and safety.
Research on more efficient ways of interaction with video material.
European Network of Excellence in Enterprise Modelling, Ontologies, Integration Architectures and Enabling Technologies.
Innovation Scenarios for the Intermediary channel
Rightfull access to your content anywhere on any device
Development of context-aware concepts, technologies and applications for mobile services.
Knowledge creation and transfer on handling of video, pictures, audio and language in ICT.
The development of a European TV recommender system.
Service provision for the 21st century
Research on the personalisation of multimedia content guides.
Physiolog provides a service infrastructure for sharing multimedia patient data between healthcare professionals.
Enhancing Russian SME collaboration and business development through Communities of Practice
Semantic Web Services
A European research project to develop a technological framework to support the mobile human being and mobile services.
Expansion and extension of the Sports communication platform, or Sportlog, which contains a wide range of information related to the training, performances and health of athletes.
Experts are rapidly reaching retirement age and the technologies they are working on are becoming more and more advanced. So how do you keep such essential knowledge inside your organisation? In other words, how do you prevent a brain drain?
Video Browsing Efficiency Support
Quality of social tags in relation to metadata of professionals.
Workshop on Trends in Enterprise Architecture Research
A cooperative venture between the Telematica Instituut and Utrecht's College of Art aimed at allowing innovative ICT applications to find their way to the business sector.
An instrument for in-situ studies into user experience, application usage and (social) context.
Insight into users' perception and experience of new technology.