FLAME partners TNO have presented the design and a first evaluation of a localized crowd-sourced live video streaming system now ready for the market. The localised crowd-sourced multimedia production and distribution system was tested on the FLAME platform with Bristol University. The system enables mobile producers of multimedia content to serve their content in real-time
We went to Bristol with an innovative idea and returned with so much more than that. Following our victory on the European FLAME Open Call, we travelled to Bristol to develop and test our winning platform – EdgeTube – and had the chance of seeing for the first time this creative vision come to life.
In March, FLAME project partners the University of Bristol and VRT hosted an interactive FLAME-based media research study at Millennium Square in Bristol, UK. Student participants from the University of Bristol enjoyed working with the FLAME project in this research study. The project aims to change the way people interact by fundamentally changing how they
During the months of October and November 2018, the FLAME replication testbed in Barcelona was finalized and now it is ready to host the first experiments. The FLAME infrastructure extends across the city and it is the outcome of a collaborative effort of the Barcelona city council (IMI) and i2CAT, both partners within the FLAME
The winning projects from FLAME’s first Open Call have started their trials after a successful kick-off meeting in London last week. FLAME’s first Open Call selected two industry and four SME trials led by innovative companies or research centres. The winners are located in FLAME’s two hub cities of Bristol, UK and Barcelona, Spain. “We’re
This month saw the testbeds for FLAME come on stream at the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom. In order to explore and validate the deployment of 5G in an architecture that combines existing technologies and innovations, University of Bristol has deployed a rich testbed comprised of several networking and computing technologies, interconnecting a significant
FLAME will announce its second Open Call at the Smart City Expo World Congress (SCEWC) in Barcelona on 14 November 2018 at 10am. 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. FLAME’s 2nd open call asks
The FLAME summer school allowed students to experiment with media applications in a smart city environment and become mobile journalists for a day. From 11-13 of July 2018, VRT Innovation took part in co-organizing the first edition of the FLAME (Horizon 2020 European research project) Summer School to let students experiment with media applications in