FLAME takes a holistic approach, with the platform reaching from the top-level experiment level over the traditional compute & storage cloud infrastructure down to the routing and transport network level, providing complete experimental control.
Platform for Future Media large scale experimentation based on cloud computing and software defined technologies.Learn More
Methodology for real life experimentation supporting personalization, interactivity, mobility and localization.Learn More
Cross layer control plane for media service experiment management and replication.Learn More
Ecosystem for media service experimentation across different European cities.Learn More
Novel experiments for PIML media services.Learn More
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FLAME will announce its second Open Call at the Smart City Expo World Congress (SCEWC) in Barcelona on 14 November 2018. The Open Call will launch on 5 December. The call will be announced at SCEWC by Monique Calisti, CEO of Martel Innovate and impact manager for FLAME, at SCEWC on 14 November at 10am.
InterDigital was selected from a group of four finalists to win its category for its collaboration in the European H2020 project, FLAME (Facility for Large-scale Adaptive Media Experimentation). The award is also the company’s first global recognition for technology in the increasingly important video space. Led by a consortium of twelve partners, FLAME seeks to
The University of Bristol hosted the first FLAME Summer School in July this year. The three-day Summer School was attended by students and professionals from academia, SMEs and industry, aiming to combine their resources and develop innovative problem-solving skills in the Future Multimedia Internet (FMI) ecosystem, under the guidance of the Networked Media Systems. The