ParaDrop is a virtualized platform for home WiFi gateways
that allows diverse third-party services (e.g., home automation) to be easily installed and managed.
- We will show how developers can install different applications and services on a home WiFi gateway to:
1) Sense the home environment by collecting temperature and humidity information from home deployed WiFi sensors;
2) View a home security camera that stores its data privately in the home gateway; and
3) Operate a media transcoding service that allows us to stream news channels to the home users over WiFi paths.
The concept of edge computing is to allow various services to run as
close to client devices as possible. Paradrop enables developers to easily deploy their services in home gateways in a secure, isolated, and robust environment providing home users with improved experience. Many examples are from the Internet of Things with services include i) home automation and sensing for improved energy efficiency, ii) home security services, and iii) improved real time media streaming.
This project is supported by the National Science Foundation
Analyzing 'Rapid Traffic Congestion Flow Analysis'™
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Smart City Solutions SuperCluster
This group will demonstrate real-time transactions of energy engagement by owners of devices in homes and buildings.
Next-Generation Test and Monitoring Innovations
See the latest network monitoring/troubleshooting and testing technologies - using inline microprobes and virtual test agents. JDSU would display live demonstrations of JDSU's innovative PacketPortal technology using Laptop based applications and an external network switch, equipped with PacketPortal 1G Ethernet SFProbes. This would be used to display live remote traffic monitoring.