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.
New finance secure FinTech e-direction devices and web application of value proposition of micro shareholders
Antique Bank App a value proportion of Micro Shareholder
Creating a citizen-sensor-network in Nijmegen city to test proof of concept: fine-grained urban monitoring air quality w. low-cost sensors
Capture of the surrounding environment by casual users of mobile and wearables for creating a live 3D model of the real world
DC electricity locally generated by solar energy sources can reduce energy losses by as much as 30% or more.
Integration of real-time mobile air pollution monitoring into air monitoring grid and viewing of results on mobile devices
Provide every member of a gigabit-enabled community with access to physical therapy services using a 3D tele-health platform that permits remotely located physicians to interact with geographically dispersed patients to determine the type of physical therapy treatments that patients may need.
Provide every member of a gigabit-enabled community with access to a US-licensed physician for non-emergency medical issues, OTC consultation, short-term medications, refills, and behavior health issues (behavior health service starting in Q2 2014) through Doctor on Demand, which will be enhanced and modified to operate on the low-latency, high-bandwidth UC2B network.
Expert surgeons can use this application to teach surgical procedures to medical interns and others. We will demonstrate our app, which is a Virtual Reality based simulation environment for an orthopedic surgical process (called LISS plating). This demonstration will involve two participants interacting with each other through the Internet in the context of this simulation based surgical training environment.
We present ICSI's research on large-scale video search methods using an application that reveals the geo-location of a consumer-produced video based on it's content. We will show the demo web interface with three components: original video and its metadata, the types of visual and/or textual cues that were used to estimate the location of the video, the estimated location of video on the map.
Yes, you can do effective digital forensic / cyber security techniques from across the country. We will discuss the current state of remote digital forensic / cyber security. Focusing on time - how long does this currently take and what are the strengths / weaknesses. We will propose the concept of doing all of this remotely using a Forensic Operations Center (a play on SOC/NOC). Provide strengths/ weaknesses.
It is very difficult for citizens to understand where a city spends its money and the potential long-term impacts of pending decisions.
1.>> Still use of Hard Solid Hard-Disks in Computer and corresponding Data Redundancy Problem. 2.>> The Big Corporate Sector Headache - The Piracy Problem. 3.>> No Cross Platform Operating System.
Massive unmediated data output on the gigabit speed Internet must be classified, organized, and in the case of publicly funded research data, made openly accessible and understandable to citizens.
Preparing the next generation of programmers for a world of massively distributed computation.
We are trying to help generate organized and structured, public domain, information about the planet, including information about people, locations, systems, organizations, environs, etc..
Anytime a business cheats or unfairly mistreats a customer it should be reported immediately by the customer on all social network sites.
Today´s world lacks the presence of distributed systems capable of processing the ever increasing amounts of information being generated by many sensors located at different locations
Universities are still attached to blackboards. They are not exploiting the possibilities that web 2.0 technology can provide to address low student engagement and dropout levels.
Personal security/safety, law enforcement assistance and peace of mind through mobile app