All projects (chronologically)


POWER2DM – personalized Diabetes self-management support system

Development and validation of a personalized self-management support system for Type-1 and Type-2 diabetes patients.
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5G-MLab

Wireless networks need to be reliable for many applications. In this project we developed methods to measure the reliability of wireless networks.
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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.
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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.
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MMAssist II

Assistance systems in production in the context of human – machine cooperation
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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.
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MESSE – Model-based Engineering and Validation Support for Cyber-Physical Energy Systems

The massive deployment of distributed generators from renewable sources in recent years has led to a fundamental paradigm change in terms of planning and operation of the electric power system. MESSE develops of a concept for a model-based engineering and validation support system, covering the overall engineering process for smart grid applications – from use case design to validation and deployment.
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AGEDESIGN

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

SportSense aims at investigating the potential of sensor technology to determine motion-relevant parameters not only for alpine skiing and for running.
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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.
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CiM – Care in Movement

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

OptiFCD calculates, visualizes and interprets necessary FCD penetration rates for the Austrian freeway network.
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ZentrAAL – AAL pilot region Salzburg

Ambient Assisted Living pilot region in Salzburg.
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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.
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NB-M2M

Salzburg Research analysed and compared different narrowband technologies, prepared a test and measurement framework, and developed guidelines for innovative narrowband applications.
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OPOSSUM – Open Flow based system for multi Energy Domain

OPOSSUM provides a Software-defined Networking infrastructure for multiple domains in a heterogeneous telecom infrastructure.
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I40-Transform

Study to explore new, innovative business models for smart production, with a focus on manufacturing companies.
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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.
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EAGLE – EnhAnced Government LEarning

Public administrations (PA) need to cope with various challenges: new regulations, an aging workforce and the need for adopting their new technologies. Technology-enhanced learning (TEL) represents thus a sensible option notably for rural local governments (RLG) that need to keep up with such changing environments, but do have limited access to training courses. From interviews of a pre-study with RLG in 5 European countries we learnt that obstacles are mainly connected with a lack of training plans in work processes. There are deficiencies in communication and collaboration skills despite regular use of computer and mobile devices.
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MICO – Media in Context

Open Source technology for cross-media analysis for multi media resources.
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