Atbrox becomes participant in Internet Of Things (IoT) EU Research Project

Internet of Things Research
Atbrox has been fortunate to get a 2nd EU research project (part of Horizon 2020 Framework). This project is within Internet of Things (IoT) together with European Universities, IoT and Car Industry. It has a project period from Q1 2015 – Q1 2018.

Cloud Computing Research
We’re also a participant (where Memkite is a case study) in another EU research project (part of 7th Framework) – Envisage – within Cloud Computing together with European Universities, Research Institutions and Industry partners. Envisage has a project period from Q4 2013 – Q4 2016.

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Amund Tveit

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DeepLearning.University – an Annotated Bibliography by Memkite

Memkite – a startup developing mobile/wearable startup Atbrox has helped foster – has created an annotated Deep Learning Bibliography, check out URL below:

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Deep Learning for Education

Memkite – a startup developing mobile/wearable startup has helped foster – has a demo video of:
Deep Learning image recognition combined with Search for Education, check out URL below:

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Memkite describes Technical Feasibility of Hitchiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, i.e. Building Offline Web Search

Memkite – a mobile/wearable search startup that Atbrox has helped foster – describes technical feasibility of building Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, check out the blog post at:

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Atbrox has become a partner in a Research Project on Cloud Computing

Atbrox is one of 8 European partners in a research project on cloud computing. This is a great opportunity for us to learn how and help out in making cloud computing more efficient.

Underneath is a translation of the leading partner’s – Department of Computer Science (IFI), The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Oslo – description of the project:

The planet’s data storage and processing is about to move up in the clouds. Sharing and rental of computing resources across geographic boundaries creates new opportunities, especially for companies who can now access the computing power they couldn’t previously afford.

Professor Einar Broch Johnsen at IFI has received financial support from the European Commission to conduct a research project to make the transition to the cloud more attractive, especially for industry. The main advantage of cloud-driven computing is to use and pay for what you need. But how a business can predict and estimate the resources used in the design phase of a project is not nearly well enough developed, which can easily lead to bad miscalculations. This will ENVISAGE try to change. ENVISAGE project has eight partners in five countries and has as main objective to facilitate the development of virtualized services. By building parts of the legal basis of the service agreement between the customer and the provider into the system, the customer / business easier to fine-tune their consumption and thereby, i.e. save time and money. Potential users for ENVISAGEs technology are companies that develop software. The technology will giving them the opportunity to improve utilization of cloud resources. The benefits of this are obvious, and being at the forefront of this development project hopes to help businesses can improve profitability significantly. ENVISAGE will run until autumn 2016 and is funded through the EU 7th Framework.

Best regards,
Amund Tveit

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