Links

We are compiling in this page relevant resources for the project, making special emphasis on research projects with similar or complementary objectives to ours.

  • Future Internet Assembly (FIA) Research Roadmap
    The FIA Research Roadmap aims to gather the collective insight of the FIA research community to identify those big challenges to contribute to shaping the Framework 8 research programme. I2Web participates actively in this activity.
  • Service Offering for the Future Internet (SOFI)
    The goal of SOFI is to complement EU R&D projects in the area of Internet of Services, Software and Virtualisation through specific support activities. SOFI aims to ensure the position of European research as a leader in the definition and realisation of the theoretical and technological foundations of the Future Internet of Services, as well as European industry’s competitive advantage in the creation of value and new opportunities from its use.
  • Hola! Collaboration Portal to facilitate the collaboration and knowledge dissemination and sharing between all Internet of Services projects. It also hosts the various Internet of Service Work Groups.
  • European Commission's Objective 1.2 "Internet of Services, Software and Virtualisation" and "Service and Software Architectures, Infrastructures and Engineering" of the FP7-ICT Programme for Research and Development is funding research to realise the "Internet of Services" vision.
  • imergo®
    The imergo® set of Web Compliance tools has been developed by the Web Compliance Center of the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology FIT and it is used by the project as the underlying technology to demonstrate the feasibility of our approach.
  • SEQUOIA will perform an assessment of the socio-economic impact of research projects in the area of Internet of Services.
  • MobiWebApp - The MobiWebApp project supports the use of Web technology for developing mobile Internet services
  • SESERV will bridge the gap between those who study and those who build the Internet by supporting discussion and debate within multidisciplinary community of researchers and professionals working on Future Internet Socio Economics. Building on the early thoughts about FISE, SESERV aims is to discover new perspectives on Future Internet research by considering the viewpoints from different disciplines such as computer science, engineering, social sciences, economics and policy.
  • SERENOA - Serenoa is aimed at developing a novel, open platform for enabling the creation of context-sensitive service front-ends
  • The MOST project improves software engineering by leveraging ontology and reasoning technology. It will develop a seamless integration technology for ontologies into model-driven software development (MDSD), resulting in ontology driven software development (ODSD).
  • SOA4ALL  is an IP that aims at realizing a world where billions of parties are exposing and consuming services via advanced Web technology: the main objective of the project is to provide a comprehensive framework that integrates complementary and evolutionary technical advances (i.e., SOA, context management, Web principles, Web 2.0 and semantic technologies) into a coherent and domain-independent service delivery platform.
  • OPEN (Open Pervasive Environments for migratory iNteractive services) aims to develop an environment, which provides people with the ability to continue to perform their tasks when they move about and change their interaction device. The service platform will be able to interoperate with existing technologies by: adapting and preserving the state of the software application parts dedicated to   interacting with end users; supporting mechanisms for logic reconfiguration; and defining suitably flexible mechanisms from the underlying layers.
  • SERVFACE - The ServFace project aims at creating a model-driven service engineering methodology for an integrated development process for service-based applications. ServFace looks at this process from two different perspectives: First, the annotation of services with corresponding user interface annotations that are developed in the ServFace project, and, second, the composition of annotated services to build interactive service-based applications from annotated services.
  • PERSIST - The objective of PERSIST is to develop Personal Smart Spaces that provide a minimum set of functionalities which can be extended and enhanced as users encounter other smart spaces during their everyday activities. They will be capable of learning and reasoning about users, their intentions, preferences and context. They will be endowed with pro-active behaviours, which enable them to share context information with neighbouring Personal Smart Spaces, resolve conflicts between the preferences of multiple users, make recommendations and act upon them, prioritise, share and balance limited resources between users, services and devices, reason about trustworthiness to protect privacy and be sufficiently fault-tolerant to guarantee their own robustness and dependability.
  • FAST - The main objective of the project was to create a new visual programming environment to facilitate the development of complex front-end gadgets, involving execution of relatively complex business processes that rely on back-end semantic Web services. The approach adopted was user-centric rather than program-centric: instead of first building programs that orchestrate available semantic Web services and then try to figure out how to implement interaction with the users at given points of the process execution flow, programmers start from the front-end gadgets that the user sees and interact with, and then, afterwards, they visually establish the connection to back-end Web services going through process execution flows if necessary. The way programmers visually establish this connection follows an approach similar to what sequence diagrams in UML look like.
  • SocIoS -  SocIoS will pave the way for building qualitative, functional and usable business applications exploiting the User Created Content and the Social Graph of users in Social Networks. By providing tools for cross-platform application development and deployment; support for SLAs and QoS; tools for UCC and social graph management; and most importantly, a usable framework to build services in and through Social Networks, SocIoS will provide incentives for the development of business applications.
  • eAccess+ Thematic Network
    eAccess+ aims at establishing and systematically developing a cooperative platform for co-ordinating, supporting and improving the implementation of eAccessibility throughout Europe. By involving all stakeholder groups it will analyse the state of the art and in particular the obstacles or missing links hindering a boarder uptake of eAccessibility. The network is developing the eAccess+ Hub, an extensive wiki with information on eAccessibility. The Hub provides resources on: Web Accessibility, Accessible convergent communications, Accessible digital audio-visual systems and Self-service terminals (SST).
  • epractice.eu
    Portal of the European Comission targeted to the Research Community of EU-funded projects, where different results can be presented and discussed.
  • ATIS4All (European Thematic Network on Assistive Technologies and Inclusive Solutions for All)
    ATIS4all is a European Thematic Network which main objective seeks to facilitate everyone's access to the most suitable AT or accessibility device and service according to their needs, preferences and contextual characteristics.
  • ETNA (European Thematic Network on Assistive Information Technologies)
    ETNA is an EU-wide network that will establish a web portal of ICT-based assistive technology products, accessibility solutions and related services.