R&D Projects

Number of projects: 83

  • SHARE - Mobile support for rescue forces, integrating multiple modes of interaction

    SHARE aims to develop a new type of advanced mobile service, called Push-To-Share, to support ?mobile content sharing? by the participants of field operational teams, such as fire rescue forces. Push-To-Share is an innovative extension of the commonly used Push-To-Talk technology and provides a new concept for simple ways of complex communication, combining an easy-to-use interface with a comfortable delivery of multimedia content.

  • QUATRO - Quality Assurance and Content Description

    The Quatro project is applying semantic web technologies to trust-mark schemes and quality labels. Drawing on past and original research, the project has defined a vocabulary that can be used by any trust-mark scheme and a technical platform to deliver the trust-marks in a format that can be processed by semantic web agents.

  • KT-DIGICULT-BG - Knowledge Transfer for Digitisation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage in Bulgaria (KT-DIGICULT-BG)

    The objective of this project is the transfer of know-how, from European institutions that are active in the digitization processing and presentation of monuments of cultural heritage with final aim the creation of a digitisation centre in Bulgaria. NCSR Demokritos is one of these institutions and will transfer its knowhow on digitization and processing of old manuscripts. The work includes exchanges between European countries and Bulgaria so that we achieve an optimal transfer of know-how for the fulfilment of this objective.

  • MULTI MINE - Human Network in Knowledge Management and Discovery Technologies from Multimedia Content

    MULTIMINE aims at forming in Greece a group of research organisations and companies with expertise in the technologies of knowledge management and knowledge discovery from multimedia content.
    Its main research areas include:

    GSRT/Ministry of Development
  • PRAXE - 01 PRAXE 127: e-Content Analysis

    The project aimed at preparing the commercial exploitation of our on-line content analysis technology. Combining techniques from the area of Artificial Intelligence (information extraction from multiple media, machine learning), through a carefully designed training process, it produces automatically models for filtering and semantic annotating documents.

    GSRT/Ministry of Development
  • SCOFI - Filtering the Internet by use of a Smart card

    SCOFI developed a system for filtering web pages containing harmful content for children. The system is based on smart cards technology and exploits techniques for multimedia content analysis.

  • SIFT - Solution for Internet Content Filtering

    Development of a platform based system that enables to integration of different filters according to the content rating system established by the Internet Content Rating Association (ICRA). Filterix is one of the filters that was examined in this platform.

  • WebC-MINE - WebC-MINE: Web usage mining from proxy/cache server logs

    Development of technology for processing large-scale usage data collected by Internet Service Providers (ISP), in order to discover knowledge from these data. This knowledge is used to model the ISP users.

    GSRT/Ministry of Development
  • CROSSMARC - CROSS-lingual Multi-Agent Retail Comparison

    Development of technology for web content analysis. CROSSMARC technology was examined in four languages (Greek, English, Italian, and French), and two application domains (laptop offers, job offers). CROSSMARC developed an infrastructure that facilitates the integration of new tools and the adaptation to new domains.

  • M-PIRO - M-PIRO Multilingual Personalised Information Object

    The M-PIRO project developed state of the art techniques and tools in natural language generation, speech synthesis, user modelling, and their interaction with adaptive hypermedia and virtual reality systems. The project built on existing museum collection information database systems, and utilised the information management and design expertise from the museum partners. The M-PIRO software creates descriptions of museum artefacts automatically, using information stored in a database. Children, adults and experts all receive slightly different, personalised, descriptions.


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