ERUDITE partners have successfully developed and extended High Speed Broadband infrastructure to enable a rising number of stakeholders and citizens to contribute to the digital economy and society. To fully exploit the economic and social potential of these networks new services need to be designed to meet public, private and community needs and justify public investments in infrastructure and uses. To achieve these aims the project will undertake the design of new services supported by open innovation processes involving and empowering businesses, citizens and public administrations; thereby stimulating demand and local innovation capacity potential, enabling stakeholders to be partners in the creation and operation of services that improve territorial potential. To increase understanding of the design, operation and impacts of services, the Open Innovation process will be supported by Social and Economic Return on Investment (SEROI) studies providing data to illustrate global social and economic impacts and support more targeted investments.
Whereas digitalization and development of innovation capacity are essential elements of current policy instruments, the exploitation of new digital opportunities to support employment growth, quality of life and territorial attractiveness is insubstantial. ERUDITE partners have concluded that the development, design and implementation of effective digital services in Europe requires an innovative re¬thinking of the process of: identifying appropriate services, designing demand stimulation and digital service delivery strategies and evaluating return on investment.
Erudite will define sustainable business models for digital service development and deployment through the refinement of open innovation methodology integrating SEROI; by involving multiple stakeholders in design, delivery and ownership of services, reassuring investors by demonstrating wider and most importantly, measurable social and economic benefits.
The project conducted an industry research of architectures, algorithms, mechanisms and connection types in order to suggest an implementation of a pico base station designed for urban and rural areas, including LTE and WiMAX support.
The project’s goal is to develop a tool for deployment of a combination of xDSL, FTTx and mobile broadband technologies, based on different user bandwidth demand scenarios.
The project aims to develop a solution for mobile operators and service providers designed to reduce the load on the radio part of mobile networks. Data traffic is partly redirected to Wi-Fi, thus giving more bandwidth to end users.
The project’s aim is to design and implement a Quality of Experience (QoE) monitoring system. The system consists of distributed probes that load a configuration from the dispatching server, execute measurements specified and upload the results to the analysis server where data is stored and processed.
The project developed a radio modem for the Slovenian Army that is compatible with Tadiran radios. The modem significantly increases data transfer rates of existing portable telecommunication systems used by the military.
Communication system for vehicle tracking and inter-vehicle communication for the Ministry of Defence
The project’s goal was to present the concept and establish the trial of advanced existing information and telecommunication technologies usage in establishing unified information system for tracking and ad-hoc communication of Ministry of Defense (MORS) vehicles.
SIVA – South East Europe Improved Virtual Accessibility Through Joint Initiatives Facilitating the Rollout of Broadband Networks
SIVA aims to contribute to the improvement of the accessibility of SEE territories through broadband services, as substitute for and supplementing physical accessibility and thus to the narrowing the digital gap in South East Europe.
The project objective is to upgrade the Slovenian Army’s military combat radio for data transfer with ad-hoc network mechanisms.
The project objective is to develop a tactical backbone comunication system for the Slovenian Army, compliant with military standards of NATO (TACOMS, NNEC).