Call Identifier:
ITEA2-IP-08010
Project Duration:
3 years
Coordinator:
Gemalto France
Project Start:
1-7-2009
Project Budget:
~19,5 M Euros
Partners:
25
Project End:
30-6-2012
Funded by:
ITEA2 
Countries:
4
Last news
2012/11/30
The application Museum Quest developed by LaBRI, University of Bordeaux, under the SUS project...
2012/11/27
The final review of the SUS project will be held at Caen the 12-13th December of 2012.
2012/11/27
Youtube channel for the SUS Project
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    Objective

    The main goals of the SUS project are as follows:

    • Provide SW technology bricks and design frameworks that can be used for designing & adopting context based services (e.g. lbs, presence, instant messaging, local and interoperable services in cities/urban spaces); such frameworks will in particular enable the following capabilities:
      • Interconnection of public and commercial players to introduce new city services (mobile payment, ticketing, services to elderly people, access to city resources,…).
      • Creation of service design frameworks and models for commercial viability.
      • Easy service development and trials through a joint technological development for interoperability and scalability of services, software tools and hardware.
    • Start building a network of European cities aiming and validating those local and interoperable services:
      • Pilot technology development and integration in several city environments with validation of inter-city interoperability.
      • Identify and design new innovative pan-European e-city services.
      • Identify and lay out rules for seamless, privacy-aware, secure and ubiquitous access infrastructure.
    •  Develop a first set of European urban services standards. This will be done in several steps:
      • Identify needs for standardization from existing initiatives.
      • Propose extensions/improvements of operational infrastructures and shape them in standard-proposal.
      • Promote the relevant proposals to relevant standard bodies.

    The work of the Spanish SUS partners is partially funded by MITYC, the Spanish Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Trade. The work of the Finish SUS partners is partially funded by Tekes, the most important publicly funded expert organization for financing research, development and innovation in Finland The work of the French SUS partners is partially funded by DGCIS, the Directorate-General of Competiveness, Industry and Services.
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