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DAIDALOS II - Designing Advanced network Interfaces for the Delivery and Administration of Location independent, Optimised personal Services

Staff: Xiaoming Fu
Project Partners: T-Systems, Heriot-Watt University, Institute of Communication and Computer Systems, Instituto de Telecomunicacoes, TU Braunschweig, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Universidad de Murcia, Universidade do Porto, Universität Stuttgart, Karlstad University, Eurescom, France Telecom, Portugal Telecom, Telediffusion de France, Telecom Italia, TDF, Telefónica, Telenor, Temagon, BMW, Cisco, Lucent, Motorola, S.A.S. MOT, NEC, SES Astra, Siemens, SATEC, HW Communication, Lake Communications, DLR, FhG, INESC, Institut Eurecom, Institut für Rundfunktechnik, Waterford Institute, Zavod, Akadamia Gorniczo-Hutnicza, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, CRMPA, University of Göttingen
Sponsors(s): European Commission 6th Framework Program (FP6)

EU FP6 IST funded Integrated Project Daidalos II will design, develop and validate a blueprint of a true B3G Framework. It supports secure, personalized and pervasive services built on heterogeneous network and service infrastructures for the mobile user and will contribute to standards and industry fora.
Daidalos II - Designing Advanced network Interfaces for the Delivery and Administration of Location independent, Optimised personal Services

Daidalos II will design, develop and validate a blueprint of a true B3G Framework. It supports secure, personalized and pervasive services built on heterogeneous network and service infrastructures for the mobile user and will contribute to standards and industry fora.

Motivated by the proliferation of technologies and services resulting in complex and confusing communications environments for users and network operators alike, Daidalos II will rethink fundamental technology and business matters. Tomorrow's user needs a seamless, pervasive access to content, services and networks with preferences and context in mind. Daidalos will radically improve user-friendliness and economic viability in the European information and communication sector by integrating mobile and broadcast communications and following a user-centred, scenario-based and operator-driven approach to deliver services pervasively and seamlessly across heterogeneous networks.



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