R&D Projects

Number of projects: 84


  • PRONTO - Event Recognition for Intelligent Resource Management

    PRONTO will offer real-time, knowledge-led support for decision-makers in sectors characterised by large volumes of multi-source, multi-format data. The project introduces a highly synergetic approach to intelligent resource management by combining the research areas of information extraction from sensor data, information extraction from audio and text, and event recognition. This approach is applicable to a wide range of domains, where resource management is needed, and the PRONTO technology will be tested in two such domains: emergency rescue operations and city transport management.

    FP7-ICT
  • SERVIVE - Service Oriented Intelligent Value Adding Network for Clothing-SMEs embarking in Mass-Customisation

    In the next few years the small-scale success stories of the early adaptors can and should be used as the foundation for the implementation of Mass Customisation in Fashion throughout Europe on a wide and large scale. SERVIVE aims to be the launching platform enabling large-scale implementation of Mass Customisation in the European Fashion Domain.By bringing together all the key players of the garment production process (designers, industry, customers), SERVIVE aims at the mass customization and personalization of the process.

    FP7-ICT
  • QUATRO Plus - Content Labels for User Empowerment

    Traditional quality labels and trustmarks are logos that are visible to humans but undetectable by machines. The original 2-year QUATRO project identified a demand for and the usefulness of interoperable, machine-readable quality labels; created a platform for their delivery and authentication; and developed two end-user tools. QUATRO Plus seeks to build on the work done and to extend its scope significantly, notably by allowing users to contribute to both the creation of labels and the trust that other users may put in them.

    SAFER INTERNET Plus
  • INDIGO - Interaction with Personality and Dialogue Enabled Robots

    INDIGO aims to develop human-robot communication technology for intelligent mobile robots that operate and serve tasks in populated environments. In doing so, the project will involve technologies from various sectors, and will attempt to introduce advances in respective areas, i.e. natural language interaction, autonomous navigation, visual perception, dialogue systems, and virtual emotions.

    FP6-IST
  • XENIOS - Human-robot interaction using speech processing, natural language generation, and computer vision GSRT/Ministry of Development
  • DELTIO - Multimedia Content Analysis, using Evolving Ontologies - Case Study TV News

    DELTIO aims to develop new methods to represent, analyse and extract semantic information for multimedia content management, emphasizing on TV news.

    3rd Community Support Programme
  • BOEMIE - Bootstrapping Ontology Evolution with Multimedia Information Extraction

    The BOEMIE project proposes a bootstrapping approach to knowledge acquisition, which uses multimedia ontologies for fused extraction of semantics from multiple modalities, and feeds back the extracted information, aiming to automate the ontology evolution process. BOEMIE methodology BOEMIE advocates an ontology-driven multimedia content analysis (semantics extraction from images, video, text, audio/speech) through a novel synergistic method that combines multimedia extraction and ontology evolution in a bootstrapping fashion.

    FP6-IST
  • MedIEQ - Quality Labelling of Medical Web Content using Multilingual Information Extraction

    Based upon state-of-the-art technology in the areas of web crawling and spidering, multilingual information extraction, semantic resources and quality labelling, MedIEQ will pave the way towards the automation of quality labelling process in medical web sites. MedIEQ will deliver tools that crawl the Web to locate medical web sites in seven different European languages (Spanish, Catalan, German, English, Greek, Czech, and Finnish) in order to verify their content using a set of machine readable quality criteria.

    Public Health
  • KDubiq - A Blueprint for Ubiquitous Knowledge Discovery Systems

    This multi-disciplinary approach constitutes a paradigm shift for the field of knowledge discovery since the idea of a standalone (desktop or workstation) analysis tool is abandoned in favour of process integrated, distributed and autonomous analysis systems. Work done in this area merely scratches the surface, is dispersed among several communities, and in a very early stage. Integration of the various sub-areas involves considerable risk.

    FP6-IST
  • Automatic recognition of harmful content GSRT/Ministry of Development

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