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
Bristol is OpenPartners
University of BristolPartners
IMI – BarcelonaPartners
Disney Research ZurichPartners
The timeline of the first Open Call is now official. The call will be open for aspiring experimenters on the 9th of April and will be closed on the 31st of May. Six proposals will be chosen to become the first experiments to run on the FLAME platform: 2 from Industry and 4 from SMEs.
While attending the NEM Summit that took place in Madrid over November 29-30, some of FLAME’s Executive Industry Board (EIB) members took the time to record their thoughts on the project and what it can acheive. The FLAME EIB is composed of representatives from the consortium as well as external members from the most involved industrial and public
FLAME held its first workshop at the NEM Summit 2017 on November 30th in Madrid, gathering together leading experts working in the areas of digital media and communications to explore the structural change occurring across Europe and the world. The workshop, which was co-located with the NEM Summit and run as part of the overall conference