mo-bizz mobile cloud ecosystem in review

EU is committed to foster and nurture the European cloud ecosystem of software vendors and developers, providing the market with fine-tuned products. mo-bizz is European in its roots and emphasis, but global in its reach.

mo-bizz targets the web-based and mobile applications space, where there still are not many offers. Its focus on web services and applications independent of any OS (e.g., being browser-based), fosters library enrichment with APIs and other web services promoting continuous improvement and fine-tuning. Thus, it offers an attractive value proposition for both developers and customers.

mo-bizz is built around the vision of letting developers focus on application building while facilitating every other process, including marketing and payments.

mo-bizz is an EU project funded under the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP). Bringing together nine experienced partners from Industry, SMEs and Academic institutes. Spread across six countries, mo-bizz launched in January 2013 and finished in December 2015. mo-bizz will develop a platform that will offer advanced mobile services and business applications, fostering the use of existing network infrastructures.

As we reach the end of this initial collaboration, the MO-BIZZ magazine has been launched with further details and information regarding the fantastic platform.

For further information explore the mo-bizz magazine.

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TSSG features on RTE’s EcoEye with Duncan Stewart

Eco Eye recently spoke with Eric Robson of Telecommunication Software & Systems Group (TSSG) to discuss PRECISION DIARY.

With beef & diary farming now dominating the agri food sector and an agri food sector employing in excess of 150K, 100 Billion in export of beef and diary products annually this market is anticipated to grow in excess of 50% in the next 10 years.

As a result TSSG have teamed up with Teagasc on a major project called Precision Diary which uses smart technology to increase the economic and environmental sustainability of dairy farming.

Immersive VR Education wins fourth international competition in a row for Apollo 11 VR


Pic Dave Whelan, Immersive VR Education

Immersive VR Education an Irish based company dedicated to providing educational content through virtual reality devices such as the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive have now won a fourth major award for their upcoming VR documentary experience based on the Apollo 11 mission which took astronauts Neill Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins to the Moon back in July of 1969. The documentary called “Apollo 11 VR” places users into a virtual reality simulation where they get to experience the mission from the point of view of the astronauts which is the first time a documentary have been done in such a way.

On February 10th at the Unity Vision Awards which took place in Hollywood Apollo 11 VR won the award for “Best Film / Interactive Story”. In his acceptance speech C.E.O of Immersive VR Education “David Whelan” stated “ Apollo 11 is the most important journey that mankind has ever embarked on and now for the first time you can see it through the eyes of those who were there. It is my belief that there is a child alive today somewhere on this planet that will on day set foot upon mars. I hope that they get to try VR in school as part of their education and that they get one day to experience Apollo 11 and that this experience sets them on the path to becoming one the next generation of astronauts, engineers and scientists. “

Winning the Unity Vision Award is a major achievement for a new startup. The judging panel was made up of key people from Sony, Google, Oculus, Microsoft and Unity Technologies. What’s more remarkable is that this is the fourth award given to the team within the past few months. Previously the team have won the TimeWarner – Future of Storytelling Award in New York, Best VR Movie at the VR Festival in Las Vegas and the Public Choice Award at the FIVARS conference in Toronto Canada.

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e-Drive Group engage with TSSG on its upward trajectory

imagese-Drive Group is a management of risk solutions provider specialing in TomTom telematics, ProVision vehicle camera safety systems, safety and compliance.  Their focus is to help small, medium and large fleet and transport companies, identify, mitigate and monitor their exposure to risk and comply with legislation which include some of the best known brands across the UK & Ireland.

Through Enterprise Ireland’s innovation process (Innovation Voucher & Innovation Partnership) e-Drive was able to research with TSSG where there was a gap in the market and what technology were available to address these shortcomings. From this e-Drive worked with TSSG to get a protype up and running and take to market where they could showcase their offerings to prospective customers.

With the market set for significant transformation in the years ahead, various companies and service providers will be seeking new and more advanced methods of engaging with their customers and clients.  The data gleaned from vehicle telematics devices has the potential to open up new market opportunities to the owners of such data. In particular very detailed granular information can be gleaned from driver’s routine, patterns and habits allowing for companies to sell specific products and services based on these movements

eDrive are always driving for new technology, creativity & the infinite evolvement and change for better things in the marketplace, giving them every opportunity to deliver the ultimate customer experience to their clients

Kevin Mullarkey, Group Commercial & Finance Director, e-Drive

TSSG establishing major Transatlantic ICT Forum in H2020 INCO project

WIT’s TSSG group are taking part in a major International Cooperation (INCO) building project funded in the latest round of the EU’s Horizon 2020 program.  The DISCOVERY project (long name: Dialogues on ICT to Support Cooperation Ventures and Europe-North AmeRica sYnergies), officially started on 1st January, 2016 and will run for two years.

DISCOVERY aims at supporting dialogues between Europe and North America (both America and Canada); and fostering cooperation in collaborative ICT Research & Innovation (R&I), both under Horizon 2020 US and Canada funding programmes.

Pic. James Clarke

According to James Clarke of TSSG , “With the above main purpose, DISCOVERY proposes a radically new approach to engage more actively and strategically in supporting dialogues and partnership building for ICT R&I cooperation. At the core of the DISCOVERY project is the Transatlantic ICT Forum that will be established as a sustainable mechanism to support policy debate and to provide opinions and recommendations furthering meaningful dialogues for purpose-driven and mutually beneficial cooperation between Europe and North America in the field of ICT. DISCOVERY will specifically focus on key aspects that until now have not been properly addressed in the political dialogue, such as funding mechanisms, ICT policy and regulations, and cybersecurity, as well as ICT priority areas of strategic interest for future partnerships in R&I. Our previous work in building sustainable international cooperation in areas related to cybersecurity (BIC project) and Future Internet (EU-India FI-MEDIA project) put us in a very good leadership position within the DISCOVERY project consortium”.

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