Fed4FIRE+ is an Integrating Project under the European Union’s Programme Horizon 2020, addressing the work programme topic Future Internet Research and Experimentation. It started in January 2017 and will run for 60 months, until the end of September 2021.
The H2020 project ElasTest aims at assisting companies developing large scale complex distributed systems to create a testing ecosystem that enables them to reduce time-to-market and ship software products that are more robust while at the same time increase the productivity of developers and testers.
5G Ready Trial Platform aims to provide support for the technology development between prototype implementation and commercial systems addressing the development and trialing needs in the last phases of development.
Federating Japanese and European 5G Testbeds to Explore Relevant Standards and Align Views on 5G Mobile Network Infrastructure Supporting Dynamic Creation and Management of Network Slices for Different Mobile Services.
IEEE TSN standards are the technology for unifying network infrastructures in the manufacturing industry. They gradually replace existing non-interoperable networking solutions and guarantee seamless communication from enterprise to field level. High bandwidth, full interoperability, strict and dependable real-time communication – TSN is a game changer for interconnecting shop floor assets.
Advanced ICT platforms (including Cloud, M2M, SDN, NFV and Mobile Broadband), tools and cutting edge expertise for testing, monitoring, test control, remote usage and federation with external testbeds.
The innovation project aims to bring a Smart City backend solution to market by testing and extending it within the two FIRE facilities FUESCO Playground in Germany (using the standard compliant OpenMTC framework) and the FIT IoT-Lab in France (using a wide range of programmable sensors).
The Consortium is pursuing the integration of experimental facilities, testbeds and laboratories into a Federated testbed in the context of FIRE+.
The goal of the SmartOrchestra project is to develop an open and standard-based service platform that enables the openness and utilization of public and business-related services.
BERCOM addresses the issue of resilient energy supply and communication capabilities for controling units of critical infrastructures under adverse circumstances like massive power failures or cyberattacks. A key component for the resilience is a specifically hardened mobile communication infrastructure.
The project is part of the Fraunhofer MAVO (“Marktorientierte Strategische Vorlaufforschung”, German for: “Market Oriented Strategic Advanced Research”) Initiative and is considered of top strategic relevance in the scope of wireless communication for the Industry 4.0.