About the project
WHAT OUR USERS SAY
Infrastructure construction and monitoring is a key activity in smart cities. In order to detect and prevent potential emergency situations, it is of paramount importance to access to resources in real-time, reducing latency. mF2C increases the reliability of the EMS solution by a 30%, the quality of service by a 10% and decreases delays by a 3’% and OPEX by a 10%.
Emergency Situation Management in Smart Cities (EMS)
Using Machine Learning techniques, the airport offers a set of services based on travellers’ proximity to give a chance to sellers to increase their revenues. mF2C provides the needed capabilities to enhance quality of experience compared to traditional approaches, reducing latency and response time.
Smart Fog-Hub Service (SFHS)
There are plenty of services available on an Android device either locally or connected through a fog or cloud available on the sea. These services provide useful information to owners and users about the status of the boat. There are also other external services available for i.e. dock reservation or emergency calls. mF2C provides the needed framework for managing fog and cloud communication in order to ensure the services’ availability under different circumstances.
Smart Boat Service (SBS)
Extended-GUI that serves as the single-entry point for controlling the system, providing information about resources and operations, facilitating the interaction with mF2C deployers.
Ensures that the mF2C applications running on the device act according to the user’s role and the constraints defined by this user.
The security modules integrated within the mF2C framework provide identity and trust mechanisms for inter-component interaction. At the same time, it also provides authentication to secure messages exchange.
Allows seamless interoperability of fog, cloud and IoT by extending services categorization and QoS provisioning features.
Lighter version of the mF2C agent to be deployed in less powerful edge devices.
Standalone micro service which eases the addition of new infrastructure resources in a secure manner. It provides a unique interface for customer and other agents to interact with each other.
Programming environment for the definition and parallel execution of applications in fog-to-cloud platforms. It allows mobile application execution and computation in parallel, distributing tasks among all available devices.
Novel framework for location and source agnostic management of resources in a fog-to-cloud scenario. It implements a strategy for discovering, identifying, characterizing, monitoring and managing related data sources.
An extensible, adaptable telemetry-gathering and analytics framework for the fog infrastructure. It provides rich, dynamically configurable telemetry from across the fog, and can host the analytics needed to extract insights […]
Service execution environment that ensures the best conditions for each service execution. This service management framework allows the best service allocation and execution based on the available resources.
Object oriented model to manage the data in fog-to-cloud platforms and applications. It allows data management, of both management and application data, as regular objects in applications.
We are delighted to announce that a research paper, developed under the mF2C project, has been accepted for presentation in the International Conference on Mobile Data Management’s 3SCity-E2C Workshop, to be […]
we are delighted to announce that the mF2C Project is participating in the Horizon Impact Award, that’s the European Commission’s initiative to recognise and celebrate outstanding projects that have […]
We are delighted to announce that Cyberwatching.eu has released the position paper, resulting from latest webinars, about the emerging technologies (such as IoT and Blockchain) and recommendations about future […]