Department of Computer Science and Information Systems

2010-12 Ubiserve

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The UBISERVE-project (Research on Future Ubiquitous Services and Applications) is a joint research effort dedicated to advance research in the field of Future Ubiquitous Services (FUS). The project will reinforce the work of Finland China ICT Alliance through constructing service enabling environments, developing test environments for FUS in real-life settings and by coordinating the information on other activities, facilities, tests and demonstrations and expertise within Finland China ICT Alliance.

The aim is to actively create and transfer knowledge with a view to generating strategic impacts in the thematic research area of Finland China ICT Alliance, as well as developing sustainable collaboration between EU and China in ubiquitous service.

The project focuses on FUS building on mobile communication systems and services. The activities include living-labs based research on ubiquitous media innovation and constructive research on transmission algorithms and service overlay architectures. Furthermore, specific focus is on activities that combine the complementary expertise and capabilities of the Chinese and Finnish partners and enable joint research, testing and studies of ubiquitous services.

The UBISERVE-project is implemented as parallel sub-projects of three Universities: University of Jyväskylä (JYU), Aalto University (AALTO) and Tampere University of Technology (TUT).

The duration of the project is 33 months (1.4.2010-31.12.2012).

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