The Named Data Networking (NDN) project (https://named-data.net/project/) aims to develop a new Internet architecture that can capitalize on strengths — and address weaknesses — of the Internet’s current host-based, point-to-point communication architecture in order to naturally accommodate emerging patterns of communication. The NDN research testbed is a shared resource created for research purposes, that include software routers at several participating institutions, application host nodes, and other devices.

UMOBILE Lab, located at AFA Systems (www.afasystems.it), is part of the Named Data Networking (NDN) project.

In the context of NDN, we aim to run several experiment connecting two local wireless networks (at AFA and at COPELABS), being the NDN traffic sent over the NDN testbed. The experiments aim to test an extension of NDN for wireless networks and a set of novel applications, such as Oi! for short messaging and Now@ for data exchange. Both apps are being developed by COPELABS on top of NDN.

We are ready for experimentations over the NDN Testbed!

UMOBILE Lab

The 6th and 7th June Fon hosted the 4th UMOBILE plenary meeting in Madrid.

The consortium analysed the system and node architecture development, platform integration and validation, the dissemination, exploitation and standardization of project results.

UMOBILE Plenary meeting

University of Cambridge (UCAM) has attended APRICOT'17, held in Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam, last 27 February- 2 March, 2017.

Adisorn Lertsinsrubtavee gave a talk on "Forces Shaping the Network ".

University College London and the University of Cambridge participated to the 2nd International Workshop on Future Internet Architecture for Developing Regions (FI4D), organized in Las Vegas last January 8th, 2017.

Ioannis Psaras  (UCL) gave the keynote speech on "The benefits of Information-Centricity for Local Community Networks and Disaster Management". Adisorn Lertsinsrubtavee (UCAM) attended as co-charis of the event.

Final report can be downloaded in the download section.

University of Cambridge (UCAM) has attended ACM SIGCOM AINTEC, held in Bangkok, Thailand, last 30 November - 2 December 2016.

Adisorn Lertsinsrubtavee gave a presentation on "Implementation and Evaluation of an Information Centric–based Smart Lighting Controller ".

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