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EC Funded Projects for EU-China Cooperation
Start Date: January 2008
End Date: December 2010

N-CRAVE delivers a proof-of-concept for network coding as the major enabler in dynamic wireless network environments with multiple communicating peers, where robustness is a key challenge.

Project Tags: Communicating Peers, Wireless
EC Funded Projects for EU-China Cooperation
Start Date: January 2008
End Date: December 2010

The Chinese involvement in HELIUM3D gave its EU partners access to world leading expertise in imaging. HELIUM3D aimed to create a 3D display that would extend the state of the art in auto stereoscopic (glasses free) displays, and would address the efficiency and colour limitations of the current and next generation of displays.

Project Tags: Innovation, 3D Display, Laser
EC Funded Projects for EU-China Cooperation
Start Date: January 2008
End Date: December 2009

The GRIFS project was a European led standardisation initiative to maximise the global consistency of RFID standards the success of which was contributed to significantly by its Chinese participants. The main objective of the GRIFS project was the creation of an international platform of collaboration of key standards organizations to facilitate and increase the interoperability between standards and avoid duplication.

Project Tags: Standardization, RFID
EC Funded Projects for EU-China Cooperation
Start Date: January 2008
End Date: June 2009

CASGRAS successfully promoted the Internet of Things (IoT) as an aspirational objective for RFID and its alignment with the European research framework in respect of ubiquitous computing and networks. In particular, in the Asia-Pacific regions of the world which would not have been possible without Chinese participation.

Project Tags: ICT, IoT, RFID
EC Funded Projects for EU-China Cooperation
Start Date: January 2008
End Date: December 2009

The End-to-End Efficiency (E3) project is an ambitious FP7 EC Large Scale Integrating Project (IP) aiming at integrating cognitive wireless systems in the Beyond 3G (B3G) world, evolving current heterogeneous wireless system infrastructures into an integrated, scalable and efficiently managed B3G cognitive system framework

Project Tags: ICT, Wireless, B3G
EC Funded Projects for EU-China Cooperation
Start Date: January 2008
End Date: December 2009

The WALTER project addresses this need and overcoming the associated technological issues of measuring ultra-high frequency signals; develop a pan-European interconnected testbed.

Project Tags: ICT, Wireless, Ultra-high frequency
EC Funded Projects for EU-China Cooperation
Start Date: January 2008
End Date: June 2010

The two Chinese partners in MULTICUBE contributed to the delivery of open source tools targeted at the needs of European industry. The project aimed at developing a multi-level system specification and modelling framework to provide static and dynamic evaluation of the system-level metrics.

Project Tags: Open Source Tools, DSE, Multi-level System
EC Funded Projects for EU-China Cooperation
Start Date: March 2008
End Date: August 2013

HeartCycle aimed at providing a closed-loop disease management solution to serve both HF and CHD patients, including hypertension, diabetes and arrhythmias as possible co-morbidities.

Project Tags: Health, Closed-loop disease management
EC Funded Projects for EU-China Cooperation
Start Date: April 2008
End Date: September 2011

LarKC aimed at developing the Large Knowledge Collider, an open-source pluggable distributed infrastructure for real-time incomplete reasoning and search, exploiting techniques and heuristics from areas as diverse as databases, machine learning, cognitive science and Semantic Web.

Project Tags: ICT, Semantic Web, Open-source
EC Funded Projects for EU-China Cooperation
Start Date: September 2008
End Date: August 2012

The AEGIS project seeks to determine whether 3rd generation access techniques will provide a more accessible, more exploitable and deeply embeddable approach in mainstream ICT (desktop, rich Internet and mobile applications).

Project Tags: 3rd Generation Techniques, OAF

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