posted Apr 26, 2015, 3:41 AM by Marcus Handte
Today, we are happy to announce that with the reception of the feedback letter from the technical experts performing the project reviews, the GAMBAS project has finally been completed successfully.
The final assessment of the project reviewers approves all deliverables created during the thrid year of the project. In addition, it clearly states that GAMBAS has fully achieved its goals and even exceeded the original plans.
We would like to thank the project reviewers and our project officer for their valuable feedback and comments that helped shaping the final result and significantly improved the impact of GAMBAS.
posted Mar 23, 2015, 10:23 AM by Marcus Handte
Today, we are happy announce the succesful completion of the third and final GAMBAS project review in Madrid. During the review, the members of the GAMBAS consortium presented the work that has been executed during the last year. In addition, the members presented their ongoing and upcoming exploitation activities. The review started and ended with a number of live demonstrations of the different applications that have been developed in GAMBAS including:
Many of these applications are available on Google Play. Make sure to check out our apps section and test them today!
posted Mar 18, 2015, 2:16 PM by Marcus Handte
We are happy to announce a new video showcasing the peer-to-peer location sharing features of the GAMBAS Locator. The GAMBAS Locator demonstrates a significant number of the capabilities of the GAMBAS middleware including secure and privacy-preserving data sharing, energy-efficient context recognition and on-device query processing. Check out the video and download the app to your Android device. It's free!
posted Mar 17, 2015, 12:23 AM by Marcus Handte
We are happy to annouce that Locoslab GmbH, a former CODE_n alumni, is presenting the GAMBAS middleware and the Madrid Navigator at this year's CODE_n startup competition at CeBIT 2015.
In addition, Locoslab GmbH is also demonstrating a Bluetooth LE-based variant of their indoor positioning system all through out hall 16 at CeBIT.
posted Mar 13, 2015, 5:36 PM by Marcus Handte
We are happy to announce the availability of 3 additional publications from members of the GAMBAS project. The following papers are freely available to members of the GAMBAS Interest Group:
We hope you enjoy the read and stay tuned for future updates!
posted Mar 11, 2015, 1:54 AM by Marcus Handte
We are happy to announce that NUIG has secured around €250k of funding and investment to realize the exploitation plan for GAMBAS by working closely with Enterprise Ireland (EI) in building Innovation Partnerships with Irish Industries to access research outcome from GAMBAS and OpenIoT projects towards developing new and improved products, processes or services, or generate new knowledge and know-how.
Via Innovation Partnership Program, NUIG has been reaching out to various industries to exploit GAMBAS’s technology with great support from EI’s “Collaborate-with-Industry” funding scheme. As a result, NUIG was awarded three small grants to carry out the three trials with there industrial partners in different domains. These trials act as feasibility studies for bigger investments in building innovative products for the industrial partners.
In parallel, NUIG is working towards commercializing GAMBAS’s technologies and middleware via EI’s commercialization funding scheme. NUIG’s application for a Commercial Case Feasibility Grant has accepted for a grant that enables NUIG to investigate, scope and develop a commercial case for exploiting technologies of GAMBAS and OpenIoT. Via this grant, NUIG will further investigate potential routes to exploitation to the economic benefit of Ireland in the context of such technologies.
posted Feb 19, 2015, 6:30 AM by Marcus Handte [ updated Feb 19, 2015, 6:30 AM ]
We are happy to announce the availability of the final version of the GAMBAS SDK. As of now, you can get the binary distribution from the download section.
In addition, you can get the binary and source code of the GAMBAS SDK and the complete GAMBAS middleware through the public Maven repository of the Networked Embedded Systems group at the University of Duisburg-Essen. A detailed description si available on the download page of the API section.
posted Feb 16, 2015, 1:22 PM by Marcus Handte
We are happy to announce that last week, the Madrid Navigator has been installed by 500 individual users. Since the end of January, our backend services have computed more than 4000 routes.
In addition, we have received more than 40 comments and suggestions for improvement and we were able to collect more than 350 responses to the built-in questions. We would like to thank everyone who used the application for the active participation in the evaluation of the Madrid Navigator and the GAMBAS middleware.
We are currently testing new features that have been requested, including bookmarks for places and real-time departure information. If the tests are positive, we are planning on releasing them at the end of the week.
posted Feb 10, 2015, 10:01 AM by Marcus Handte [ updated Feb 10, 2015, 10:02 AM ]
Today, we are happy to announce the availability of several newspaper articles in the Spanish press about the GAMBAS project in general and the Madrid Navigator application in particular.
In addition, COPE radio station and ONDA MADRID radio station featured interviews in their morning journals. We hope you enjoy the reading and stay tuned for further updates.
posted Jan 13, 2015, 3:59 AM by NNTT ETRA I+D [ updated Feb 6, 2015, 10:24 PM by Marcus Handte ]
We are happy to announce the availability of the sixth and final issue of the GAMBAS newsletter, with which we would like to inform you about the results of the GAMBAS (Generic Adaptive Middleware for Behavior-driven Autonomous Services) European research project.
It has been three months since the last issue of the GAMBAS newsletter - in which we have released our key demonstrator application publicly. Since the end of the GAMBAS project has arrived, it is time to summarize the results of the project and to provide an outlook on the upcoming exploitation initiatives that we were able to establish during the last year.
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