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eCo-FEV Final Event in Grenoble, France

| On May 22, 2015, eCo-FEV performs the project’s final event on the Minatec campus in Grenoble, France. The eCo-FEV project aims to achieve a breakthrough by introducing Fully Electric Vehicles (FEVs) in everyday traffic. eCo-FEV enables precise Electric Vehicle telematics services and charging management services, which are based on reliable real time information. Demonstrations will provide the opportunity to gain hands-on experience of the eCo-FEV systems. Moreover, presentations and an exhibition will inform and discuss the results. read more


5G Networks: End-to-end Architecture and Infrastructure

| Updated: The IEEE Communications Magazine Feature Topic on 5G Networks: End-to-end Architecture and Infrastructure has been published in November 2014. You can read the Guest Editors introduction on IEEE Xplore (link to http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=6957144). Four papers were selected for publication after our Call for Papers below and have now been archived and are available through IEEE Xplore. read more


Third European Workshop on Software Defined Networks

| After the success of the 2012 and 2013 editions, EICT organises the Third European Workshop on Software Defined Networks. The conference and exhibition will be held from 1-3 September 2014 in Budapest, Hungary. read more


DRIVE C2X final event was a thriving success

| On July 16 -17, 2014 EICT opened the gates of the EUREF campus in Berlin to discuss the results of the European automotive research project DRIVE C2X. read more


Information-Centric Networking Beyond Baseline Scenarios: Research Advances and Implementation

| Information-Centric Networking (ICN) has received significant attention in recent years, mainly driven by the fact that distributing and manipulating information has become the major function on the Internet today. Unlike the traditional host-centric networking paradigm where information is obtained by contacting specified named hosts, ICN aims at providing native network primitives for efficient information retrieval by directly naming and operating on information objects. read more