Projects - Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft

All projects (chronologically): Research Departments

MINER – Measurement Infrastructure for Network Research

MINER is a programmable software platform that supports users in conducting distributed experiments. So far, MINER has been primarily used for performance evaluation in computer networks. However, the platform can be equally applied to conduct distributed experiments that are not related to network measurements. more

fit4AAL

Extendable/adaptable and affordable plug & play solution in order to make the technology-familiar baby boomer generation “fit(ter)” and “fit for the use” of assistive technologies. more

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IoT4CPS – Trustworthy IoT for CPS

The main focus of IoT4CPS will be on developing, producing and operating, highly trustable components and applications for Connected and Automated Driving. more

ZSE – Zentrum für sichere Energieinformatik

The ZSE enables the secure and comprehensive networking of data of all participants in intelligent energy networks.

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MyCorridor – Mobility as a service in a multimodal European cross-border corridor

Sustainable traveling in Europe both in rural and urban areas and across borders. more

MMAssist II

Assistance systems in production in the context of human – machine cooperation more

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EMBS – Energy Management Building Set

The EMBS project develops an innovative, integrated control and planning system for demand-response and optimization of multi-utility/-energy devices and installations. more

Virtuegrid – Virtualisation for resilient and secure Smart Grid communication networks

Ongoing digitisation of power grids by large numbers of ICT-components for the purpose of extensive integration of renewable energy sources (REC) is demanding for novel system management strategies. The VirtueGrid project evaluates the potentials emerging from using virtualisation technolgies in the area of power grid control. more

NIMBLE

An open source based infrastructure for B2B platforms that can be customised for regional and sector-specific applications. Small or large enterprises can join, define supply chains and can synchronise their production logistics. more

AGEDESIGN

Joint research activity (Veneto-Salzburg) in order to define, develop and test new “design concepts” of products and services for ageing people. more

SportSense

SportSense aims at investigating the potential of sensor technology to determine motion-relevant parameters not only for alpine skiing and for running. more

Callia – smart grid management approach

Development and demonstation of a new smart grid management approach based on the know-how and experiences of multiple regional R&D and demonstration projects. more

CiM – Care in Movement

Empowering communities to provide care by combining smart technology and personal assistance to maintain mobility. more

OptiFCD

OptiFCD calculates, visualizes and interprets necessary FCD penetration rates for the Austrian freeway network. more

SCISSOR – Security in Trusted SCADA and Smart Grids

The SCISSOR project is concerned with the security of SCADA systems that are employed in industrial control processes – often in the context of critical infrastructures like energy, water, transport, finance, and health where security breaches potentially have devastating consequences. more

ZentrAAL – AAL pilot region Salzburg

Ambient Assisted Living pilot region in Salzburg. more

NB-M2M

Salzburg Research analyses and compares different narrowband technologies, prepares a test and measurement framework, and develops guidelines for innovative narrowband applications. more

OPOSSUM – Open Flow based system for multi Energy Domain

OPOSSUM provides a Software-defined Networking infrastructure for multiple domains in a heterogeneous telecom infrastructure. more

I40-Transform

Study to explore new, innovative business models for smart production, with a focus on manufacturing companies. more

ARIADNE

The EU project “ARIADNE” aims to improve the access to digital archaeological data by bringing together and integrating existing infrastructures. The resulting integrated service is expected to facilitate research and open up new methodological avenues. more