A new conference paper entitled “Performance evaluation of mobile medical multimedia transmission over ITS GeoNetworking protocol” has been presented and published at IEEE 18th International Conference on e-Health Networking, Applications and Services (Healthcom). For more information please visit the conference’s website and check our paper on IEEEXplorer.
Efficient traffic control and management is a fundamental and urgent challenge in our ever-growing cities. Evolving traffic light controller systems are playing an important role in these architectures by adaptively and dynamically coordinating individual traffic lights to achieve city-wide objectives of traffic operations. The integration of such systems with vehicle-to-anything (V2X) communication techniques could easily be the next step of this evolution. In this poster proposal a proof-of-concept implementation of V2X-integrated traffic light controller systems is presented.
Two new conference papers entitled “Analysis of mobility management solutions for mobile medical multimedia transmission in HetNet environments” and “A survey on multimedia Quality of Experience assessment approaches in mobile healthcare scenarios” have just been presented and published at EAI International Conference on Mobile Medical Multimedia Technologies, Applications and Services (M3Apps) Conference. For more information please visit the conference’s website!
We published a new journal article entitled “A network-assisted flow mobility architecture for optimized mobile medical multimedia transmission” in cooperation with the VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and the Mátyásföldi Klinika. Our paper has been accepted for publication in Springer’s Annals of Telecommunications Journal (the IF in 2014 was 0.7).
We published a new article entitled “LDM-based dynamic network discovery and selection for IPv6 mobility management optimization in C-ITS environments”, where we presented our proof-of concept LDM-based and CAM-supported mobility management solution designed for ITS/C‑ITS enviroments during the 4th International Conference on Models and Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems (MT-ITS 2015) in Budapest, Hungary (3-5/06/2015).
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Due to the fast evolution of wireless access networks and high-performance mobile devices together with the spreading of wearable medical sensors, electronic healthcare (eHealth) services have recently started to receive more and more attention, especially in the mobile Health (mHealth) domain. The vast majority of mHealth services require strict medical level Quality of Service (QoS) and Quality of Experience (QoE) provision. Emergency use-cases, remote patient monitoring, tele-consultation and guided surgical intervention require real-time communication and appropriate connection quality. The increase of overlapping wireless accesses makes possible to provide the required network resources for ubiquitous and pervasive mHealth applications. Aiming to support such use-cases in a heterogeneous network environment, we proposed a network-assisted intelligent access point selection scheme for real-time mobile telemedicine services. Our solution is able to discover nearby base stations that cover the current location of the mobile device efficiently and to trigger heterogeneous handovers based on the state and quality of the current access network.
The demonstration took place during the final review event of CONCERTO on 05/02/2015 at theFaculty of Medicine of University of Perugia, Italy.
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