Scroll through and explore these exciting next-generation application in various stages of development. All these applications use next-gen technologies like software-defined networking, local cloud and gigabit to end-user and are transforming how we live, work, learn and play. If you have an application you would like to include in this growing list, please following the instruction below and join the US Ignite community.
OrangeCone is a Citizen Engagement tool that creates a real-time conversation about public spaces between Citizens and their Governments
New finance secure FinTech e-direction devices and web application of value proposition of micro shareholders
3D Virtual environment for social skills development in adolescents with High Functioning Autism (HFA)
Track and know each other ETA for an event to prevent texting or calling while driving. it also time stamps each persons arrival
Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics educational software. Arts are included to teach creativity.
Using smart meter data to provide consumers Smart insight in consumption: total, classified appliances, stand-by. 24/7/365. Real-time.
APEC project sharing best practice of smart transportation, green energy, smart grid, jobs, and low carbon cities
A cloud-based platform for integrating city system data in a central information model for real-time visualization, analysis, and archiving.
Antique Bank App a value proportion of Micro Shareholder
We in marion ky would love to have faster internet, simply because a lot of us do not have access to fast reliable internet.
Sensus is a cross-platform (Android, iOS, and Windows Phone) system for mobile crowd-sensing.
In this demo, two vehicles equipped with virtualized vehicular sensing and control (VSC) platforms are collecting real time sensing data while driving around Detroit midtown. Through the WSU GENI WiMAX network and GENI VLAN, the sensed data are sent to different users for various experiments, emulations, or real-world applications such as vehicle fuel economy sensing, and real-time 3D image reconstruction. In particular, we will demonstrate that VSC network emulation executes in ExoGENI racks to show the impact of novel solutions from NSF-funded research on reliable, real-time wireless communication.
Helping residents in North Carolina forecast and predict storms for coastal North Carolina waters. The project covers a range of coastal oceanographic and engineering problems, including regional and local tidal phenomena and coupled storm surge and wave hindcasts to identify storm surge and flooding hazards.
Researchers from the University of Texas at Dallas will demonstrate a system – enabled by GENI and US Ignite – that combines 50 massive NASA remote sensing datasets with Earth System modeling products to provide an accurate global map of atmospheric aerosols through a distributed, collaborative visualization system. City officials and planners can relate these maps to their local policy decisions and sources of pollution and conduct retrospective environmental impact assessments.
Clemson University in collaboration with the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SC-DOT) is developing the South Carolina Connected Vehicle Testbed (SC-CVT) located along a 5-mile segment of Interstate I-85 in Greenville South Carolina. As part of the testbed, the team will develop, evaluate, and demonstrate two applications: traffic incident detection and queue warning.
USC is partnering with a STEM high school in Chattanooga and using gigabit networks to send high-definition 4K images of microorganisms directly into the classrooms This gives students live access to researchers and lives microscopic images, observations, and knowledge directly into their classrooms.
The Pentagon’s Office of Training and Readiness Strategy’s Advanced Distributed Learning laboratory (ADL lab) researchers and Lockheed Martin’s Mission Systems and Training (LMMST) team have joined forces with award-winning educators to create a math and programming game that is engaging and highly captivating with a subtly embedded, but highly focused set of learning objectives. At GEC22 and US Ignite Application summit Mars Game will be presented, a prototype that will revolutionize learning for adolescents. The Mars game is deployed in GENI’s distributed infrastructure to ensure a smoother, faster and more engaging experience for students.
66 acres Dutch heritage is transforming into a vibrant area: Strijp-S. An open Living Lab: technological innovation serves what people want.