SOFIA - Smart Objects For Intelligent Applications
SOFIA (Smart Objects For Intelligent Applications) is research project targeting to make "information" in the physical world available for smart services - connecting physical world with information world. Common target is to enable and maintain cross-industry interoperability, to foster innovation while maintaining value of existing legacy and to create new user interaction and interface concepts to enable users to benefit from smart environments.
SOFIA is funded through the European Artemis programme under the subprogramme SP3 Smart environments and scalable digital service.
ReSIST - Resilience for Survivability in IST
ReSIST is an NoE that addresses the strategic objective “Towards a global dependability and security framework” of the European Union Work Programme, and responds to the stated “need for resilience, self-healing, dynamic content and volatile environments”.
FinMeccanica project "Iniziativa Software" addresses the objective of investing in software field to better compete on international market. Iniziativa Software focuses on industrial research activities on software areas and it involves several companies of Finmeccanica's Group jointly with CINI research units. Research activities are currently developed in public-private laboratories established in Selex Sistemi Integrati (Rome and Naples), Elsag Datamat (Genoa) and Galileo Avionica (Florence).
eG4M - eGoverment for Mediterranean Countries
In the eG4M project, the research activity stems from Italian and International initiatives. The e4GM project concentrates on extending, completing, and eventually improving the eGovernment Reference Model (eModel) and an eGovernment methodology, that provides extensive guidelines for the effective design and deployment of eGovernment plans, provided by “eGovernment for Development Initiative” of the Italian government. More specifically, the eG4M project focuses on the achievement of new research results, with special focus on key activities for good Governance as eProcurement and eAccounting.
The eG4M project is a three year project funded by Basic Research Funds (FIRB Program) of the Italian Department of Education (MIUR).