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GeoNet successfully concluded by Final Workshop

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GeoNet concluded its activity with its Final Workshop that took place 29 January 2010 in INRIA’s premises in Paris, France. IPv6 GeoNetworking was presented together with its link with the related ITS development in CAR 2 CAR Communication Consortium, CVIS implementation and ETSI TC ITS standardization.

Moreover the functionalities of IPv6 GeoNetworking was shown in a real system including 3 cars, 2 road-side units and a control center. A (very simple) enhanced driver awareness application was demonstrated and numerous attendees could enjoy a ride to see the achievement.

The FP7-funded European project GeoNet designed, implemented, tested and pushed for standardization an IPv6 GeoNetworking architecture related to many other major initiatives like CAR 2 CAR Communication Consortium and CVIS.

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January 29th, 2010 at 1:19 pm

SMSgate

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SMSgateWe’ve finished the implementation of a secure gateway for accessing national online databases of the Hungarian Ministry of Interior, containing vehicle registry and related data. The project goal is to enable wireless but secure and reliable access to select databases by registrar offices anywhere in the country, including capability to push instant messages.

The gateway integrates to the Oracle-based central database registry, and provides the required secure wireless access interface.

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June 18th, 2006 at 5:07 pm

Metropolitan Wireless Data Association

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Mission:
The Metropolitan Wireless Data Association aims to promote most efficient utilization of the infrastructure for urban broadband wireless coverage. For this purpose the association describes requirements and standards that it recommends to be implemented, and publishes their tested SW implementation baseline.

Compatibility with results of cooperative transportation/vehicle development projects, such as CVIS and Car2Car Communication Consortium is ensured. To guide financiers of urban wireless infrastructure, a list of products implementing identified requirements is maintained.

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October 10th, 2005 at 5:37 pm