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ANR DataTweet

ANR DataTweet (2014-2017)

The DataTweet project proposes to explore the idea of a ubiquitous public data service for transmitting short messages in a similar way to Twitter. Any user or source of the service will be able to send a short message at a very low rate to some destination address over various access networks: open 802.11 hotspots, base stations of LTE, car-to-infrastructure stations of 802.11p. The user or a device sends its message to the nearest wireless network at hand (for instance a 802.11 hotspot) that will forward it in a multihop way to the destination by the elements of the infrastructure network.


FP7 MOTO (2013-2016)

To support the booming demand in mobile 4G data services, the MOTO project proposes to design, dimension, implement, and evaluate a new network architecture in support of dynamic traffic offloading strategies to relieve a congested 4G/LTE network. Going far beyond present infrastructure based offloading approaches, MOTO explores an additional layer of disruptive offloading protocols that make use of direct terminal-to-terminal communications. The FP7 MOTO project was awarded the "√Čtoiles d'Europe" prize from the French Ministry of Research!