University of Oulu

Yi, Na; Hou, Jiancao; Khalife, Hicham; He, Jiguang; Natkaniec, Marek; Wolf, Albrecht; Kuehlmorgen, Sebastian; Kaeske, Martin; Tervo, Valtteri; Matsumoto, Tad (2016) Final Dissemination, Standardization and Exploitation Report. ICT- 619555 RESCUE D5.6 Version 1.0. pp. 1-27

Final dissemination, standardization and exploitation report : ICT- 619555 RESCUE D5.6 Version 1.0

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Author: Yi, Na1; Natkaniec, Marek2; Tervo, Valtteri3;
Organizations: 1University of Surrey
2AGH University of Science and Technology
3University of Oulu
4Technical University Dresden
5Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
6Technical University Ilmenau
7Thales Communications & Security
Format: report
Version: published version
Access: open
Online Access: PDF Full Text (PDF, 0.3 MB)
Persistent link: http://urn.fi/urn:nbn:fi-fe201702221837
Language: English
Published: RESCUE, 2016
Publish Date: 2017-02-22
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Abstract

This document summaries the information on the dissemination and exploitation activities that have taken place during the RESCUE project. Through the academic dissemination and exploitation activates, RESCUE has (co)-organised and participated at workshops, organised summer school, published research results, engaged in teaching and training of students, participated in EC activities, and setup a project website, twitter account, LinkedIn group and YouTube channel. Among the dissemination and exploitation in standardisation and regulation, RESCUE has provided contributions to ITU-R and 3GPP meeting, and delivered the impact of RESCUE research to industry and economics.

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Executive summary

This document describes the activities for dissemination and exploitation of academic research that has been conducted in the RESCUE project. The project proposes the integrated “links-on-the-fly” concept, which encompasses the key technologies of distributed joint source/channel coding, to achieve successful and robust information transfer through multi-path networks, , such as public safety scenario or vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) scenario, which are constructed from lossy point-to-point links. The research results have been published in many world leading journals, conferences and workshops. The number of publications is 17 journal papers and 51 conference/workshop papers. This report lists the details of where the results of RESCUE project have been published, and where the research has been disseminated. For instance, RESCUE has (co)-organised a workshop with DIWINE in conjunction with ICC 2015, and organised summer school in 2015 in Oulu, Finland. Moreover, RESCUE has engaged in teaching and training of students in the form of lectures, tutorials, and by conducting research work in M.Sc. and Ph.D. courses. In addition, RESCUE has participated in EC activities, set up a project website, Twitter account, LinkedIn group and YouTube channel. These activities were successfully conducted and providing great publicity to the project. Among the dissemination and exploitation in standardisation and regulation, RESCUE has also provided its contributions to ITU-R and 3GPP meeting, and delivered the impact of RESCUE research to industry and economics.

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Type of Publication: D4 Published development or research report or study
Field of Science: 213 Electronic, automation and communications engineering, electronics
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Funding: FP7-ICT ; ICT- 619555 RESCUE
EU Grant Number: (619555) RESCUE - Links-on-the-fly Technology for Robust, Efficient and Smart Communication in Unpredictable Environments
Copyright information: This material is posted here by permission of the EU FP7 RESCUE Project. http://www.ict-rescue.eu/ RESCUE is founded by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme,Theme 3- "ICT"call FP7-ICT-2013-11,Work Programme Topic 1.1"Future Networks"