Tomorrow's future – multiple applications which will run in cars, on mobiles, on PCs, in TVs and more. With security built in to the open source web application platform. Designed with an end-to-end security.
Potholes, graffiti or burned out lamps: everyone has seen such nuisances in public spaces. If there were only a way to let the right people in local government know! With Mashup technologies and mobile applications, the right solution can be delivered quickly.
FOKUS 2.0 Mashups combine the easy creation, rich presentation, and user-interaction intensive nature of Mashups with powerful SOA technologies. Thereby, a novel way to create large-scale Web applications is realized that allows software developers to bind 3rd party services dynamically to their application during runtime.
Web App DRM by Fraunhofer FOKUS allows developers of web applications to define innovative licensing conditions for their applications in a flexible manner. At the same time, the privacy concerns of users are suitably addressed by sandboxing the licensing process.
Smart City Services - Contextualisation - Live information - Live sharing & communication - Citizen's participation (Fix my City) - Open Data
Social connected TV - Multi-screen interaction - Personalised TV experience - User tracking and privacy
The FOKUS Media Web Runtime 2012 project (MWR2012) supports software developers in realizing cross platform Rich Internet Applications targeting the mobile, consumer electronics, and desktop domains by extending the functional range of traditional Web browsers.
The PADGETS project aims at bringing together two well established domains, the mashup architectural approach of web 2.0 for creating web applications and the methodology of system dynamics in analyzing complex system behavior.
Public Transit by Fraunhofer FOKUS provides passengers with real-time data about schedules, delays, interruptions and alternative travel options
Increasing mobility costs and increasing ecological awareness raise the demand for economical and flexible alternatives to established mobility services.
OpenRide is a solution for the ad-hoc brokerage of car rides being developed at the Fraunhofer Institute for Open Communication Systems.