In the Reallabor Hamburg (RealLabHH) the mobility of tomorrow will be tested in the here and now of a metropolis in order to create a blueprint for the digital mobility of the future. Fraunhofer FOKUS is developing with partners a digital collision warning system for vulnerable road users such as cyclists and e-scooter drivers.
The REMICS project deals with the issues of migration of existing applications to a Cloud environment using MDE technologies. The System Quality Center (SQC) is concerned with the quality assurance in the migration process and the creation of an adequate model-based tool environment.
The ReqMech project intends to develop and deliver a Requirements Engineering Framework that enhances the product development process of small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) in the field of mechatronics.
The main goal of the reTHINK project is to design and prototype a new, non telecom centric, but Web-centric P2P Service Architecture enabling dynamic trusted relationships among distributed applications called Hyperlinked Entities (“Hyperties”) that support use-cases beyond commoditized telephony such as contextual and social communications, M2M/IoT and content oriented services.
During the “Ride4All” project, a model route for barrier-free public transport will be established over the next two years. Users will travel from the Soest to Paradiese station in automated minibuses, while being accompanied by a inclusive, highly accurate app.
The aim of the RIVAL project was to develop a telecommunication specific solution for model-centric development of software systems. The approach was based on the Model Driven Architecture (MDA) approach by the Object Management Group (OMG) and related techniques such as the Meta-Object Facility (MOF), the Enterprise Distributed Object Computing (EDOC), the Unified Modeling Language (UML), the Object Constraint Language (OCL) and the Testing and Test Control Notation (TTCN-3).
The project ROBUST develops a user-oriented early earthquake warning and response system that can detect earthquakes, immediately and automatically initiate measures to protect people, infrastructure and the economy, and can predict possible damage.
In the Project ROTESS, IESE and FOKUS worked on concepts and case studies for risk-based testing of medical systems. The goal of the project is to provide testing concepts for risk management of electronic systems in the medical domain. Both partners will bring their long experience in the field of testing into the research work.
The German-French research project SAFEST is focused on the development of hazard detection and crisis management system for high-traffic public areas. With the aid of infrared cameras, the system detects sudden changes in crowd numbers and critical crowd situations before mass panic can break out.
The main objective of the SAMBA project is to create a framework that allows local communities to use Community Access iDTV Channels and citizens, including low income population, to participate and use their services.