The mission of the Laboratory of Multimedia Networks and Services (MEDIANETS) is to combine traditional strengths in media technologies and broadcasting with new competences in IP-based and mobile multimedia communications, applications and services. Research and development activities include media delivery systems and services, 3D media technologies, self-organizing networks and mobile multimedia.

MEDIANETS has been active in significant European and national projects. BIONETS, a EU FP6 Integrated Project pioneered in the research of biologically inspired, self-organizing networks. In OPTIMIX (FP7), IP-based video streaming in heterogeneous wireless environment was investigated. CONCERTO (FP7) aimed at supporting interactive multimedia telemedicine applications in a network-, content- and context-aware environment. In a recent industrial R&D project, iParking, an intelligent parking system was developed to assist drivers in parking houses. In a new project, the intelligent parking service will be extended by using crowdsensing. The laboratory participated in the large-scale national initiative FIRST by contributing to the research of novel architectures and protocols for the Future Internet.

MEDIANETS’ teaching activity spans over the whole BSc-MSc-PhD structure. Along with basic courses in computer networks, it is responsible for two BSc and one MSc specializations in media technologies and media communications. MEDIANETS also hosts a Cisco training laboratory and offers hands-on lab courses, IPv6 and Cisco CCNA courses for our students and industrial partners.

In cooperation with leading European engineering schools, MEDIANETS participates in the EIT Doctoral School and in the international EIT Master of ICT Innovation program, offering a specialization in Digital Media Technologies.

MEDIANETS took part in the organization of the IEEE PerCom conference held in March, 2014 in Budapest. Beyond delegating one of the General Co-chairs several lab members were actively involved and gave a supporting hand to PerCom.


  • 5G V2X demonstration on Magyar Telekom’s 5G Verticals conference

    Our colleagues Norbert Varga and László Bokor together with Péter Hegyi from Nokia Bell Labs demonstrated their latest results on simulation of multiple dynamic V2X communication / service provision environments in heterogeneous 5G telco cloud systems. The demonstration was held during Magyar Telekom’s 5G VERTICALS – NEXT GENERATION BUSINESS CONFERENCE and showcased 5G V2X communication …
  • Intelligent traffic light controller systems – Paper presentation on ITST 2017

    Our colleagues Norbert Varga and László Bokor together with András Takács, József Kovács and László Virág from Commsignia Ltd. have presented their results on  V2X communication-centric traffic light controller systems during the 15th International Conference on ITS Telecommunications (ITST) in Warsaw, Poland. The presented work (available on ieeexplore) focuses on advanced traffic …
  • Novel results on mHealth QoE evaluation – Presentation at QEEMS’17

    Our colleagues Tamás Péteri, Norbert Varga and László Bokor have presented their novel results on mHealth QoE evaluation during the first International Young Researcher Summit on Quality of Experience in Emerging Multimedia Services (QEEMS 2017). Their paper (available online) focuses on pervasive and ubiquitous mHealth services that rely on heterogeneous network (HetNet) technologies comprising …
  • New DNS64 performance measurement tool

    DNS64 and NAT64 are IPv6 transition technologies enabling IPv6 only clients to communicate with IPv4 only servers. Our performance measurement tool, dns64perf++, is the word’s first standard DNS64 benchmarking tool that complies with the relevant Internet Draft. Its design and implementation is documented in our new position paper: G. Lencse, …
  • Conference paper published at IEEE 18th International Conference on e-Health Networking, Applications and Services (Healthcom)

    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.