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Body-worn video cameras are being adopted by police and security forces around the world. Thanks to an EU-funded project, an SME has brought to market a live-streaming camera that sets new standards for security and functionality.
Published: 26 October 2018
Data drives the internet as we know it. Getting it from one place to another, fast and unfettered, is one of the greatest challenges facing networks as the growth in video and other heavy applications show no signs of abating. European and Taiwanese network experts joined forces to prepare for the coming data tsunami by better integrating the front-and back-end mobile systems to deliver smoother, faster, cheaper 'crosshaul' solutions.
Published: 2 October 2018
Published: 14 September 2018
An EU-funded network is carrying out cutting-edge research that could lead to pioneering commercial applications such as ultra-powerful quantum computers, helping to position Europe at the forefront of technological innovation.
Published: 23 August 2018
EU-funded researchers are developing three innovative technologies that will be crucial to the roll-out of 'fifth generation' mobile communications networks from 2020 onwards. Major benefits are expected in the automotive, healthcare, transport and utilities sectors.
Published: 11 July 2018
Ground-breaking developments using optomechanical crystals, microchips and 'chaos' pave the way for faster, safer and more robust digital communications. All this, thanks to the ongoing work of the EU-funded PHENOMEN project.
Published: 3 July 2018
Part of tomorrow's optical transmission networks may no longer require repeaters to boost the signal every 60 km or so. An EU-funded project has identified cost-effective ways to increase the capacity of optical networks using unrepeatered links, a potential boost to industry's competitiveness.
Published: 28 May 2018
Published: 10 April 2018
The internet ecosystem is becoming increasingly complex, and is matched by the unprecedented growth of users - from 1 billion in 2005 to a current 3.5 billion. An EU-funded project has developed new techniques to assess the state and health of the internet so as to improve content delivery in this rapidly expanding and dynamic climate.
Published: 12 September 2017
We've all seen pictures and videos taken on smartphones in the immediate aftermath of a natural disaster or terrorist attack - they are on social media within minutes. The EU-funded ATHENA project has developed an innovative way for emergency services to exploit this, using social media and dedicated applications for two-way communication with the public.
Published: 14 July 2017