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Oulu, Finland

Elektrobit Corporation is a Finnish company headquartered in Oulu.Elektrobit, EB is an engineering company in Wireless and Automotive businesses. EB is specialized in embedded software and hardware solutions for automotive and wireless industries.The company's customer segments include the telecommunications, automotive, and defense industries. Elektrobit's business comprises two Business Segments: Wireless and Automotive.On 28 January 2013 Anite plc of the U.K. announced it would acquire the Elektrobit System Test Ltd. subsidiary from Elektrobit Corporation , representing the Propsim portion of EB's business. The acquisition was effective 1 February 2013. Wikipedia.


Patent
Thales Alenia, Indra, Radmor S.A., SELEX ES S.p.A., Saab and Elektrobit | Date: 2015-05-21

A method is provided for managing the spatial reuse of slots in a mobile network comprising several nodes Ni, said network comprising one or more Potentially Disruptive Nodes (PDN), said nodes Ni and PDN comprising a local table, a global table, and a summary of the global table comprising the interleaving of two sub-cycles: a first sub-cycle, the normal S-cycle, where S-SLOTs are all assigned statically and where each node has one or only one S-SLOT allocation, a second sub-cycle, the improved S-cycle, where each node has one S-SLOT assigned statically, and where for all nodes except PDN nodes, one or more additional S-SLOTs is assigned dynamically when topology makes it possible, dynamic S-SLOT allocation being equitably shared in a 2-hop neighbourhood, and determined by performing S-SLOT spatial reuse.


The present invention comprises a method and an apparatus for controlling power supply to reduce power consumption in a display of a wrist wearable device. One challenge is to avoid turning the display unnecessarily on. For example, when a user is running, the users wrist swings during the running so that the display is occasionally in a predetermined orientation. The invention enables activation of the display only if the display stays in this orientation longer than a predetermined check period. If the user, however, wants to watch the display while running, the display is turned on when the user holds his/her arm in such position that the predetermined orientation of the display is detected twice and the later orientation detection is based on measurements which are made after the predetermined check period.


An adaptive dialogue system and also a computer-implemented method for semantic training of a dialogue system are disclosed. In this connection, semantic annotations are generated automatically on the basis of received speech inputs, the semantic annotations being intended for controlling instruments or for communication with a user. For this purpose, at least one speech input is received in the course of an interaction with a user. A sense content of the speech input is registered and appraised, by the speech input being classified on the basis of a trainable semantic model, in order to make a semantic annotation available for the speech input. Further user information connected with the speech input is taken into account if the registered sense content is appraised erroneously, incompletely and/or as untrustworthy. The sense content of the speech input is learned automatically on the basis of the additional user information.


A technical solution is provided for graphical representation of road segments by employing hardware tessellation, wherein cartographic data that describe at least one two-dimensional or three-dimensional road contour of the road segment are assigned to each road segment. One method aspect comprises the steps of piecewise partitioning the parametrisation of the road segment into mutually independent curve segments, of providing at least one tessellation factor for each curve segment, the at least one tessellation factor specifying into how many subsegments each curve segment is to be subdivided in the direction of the road contour, of generating a tessellation pattern for each curve segment based on the at least one tessellation factor, and of generating primitives, capable of being represented on a screen, on the basis of the generated tessellation pattern and on the basis of the parametrised road contour.


Grant
Agency: Cordis | Branch: H2020 | Program: RIA | Phase: ICT-32-2014 | Award Amount: 3.11M | Year: 2015

Developing new security paradigms, architectures, and software, for more secure and trustworthy ICT systems and services has clear social, scientific, and market motivation. This motivation is becoming stronger due to the changing threat landscape; over the past decade we are witnessing an ever-increasing amount of cyberattacks on the Internet. We believe that to advance the field of cybersecurity, we must act proactively and in synergy, instead of being reactive to cyberattacks. We propose SHARCS, a framework for designing, building and demonstrating secure-by-design applications and services, that achieve end-to-end security for their users. SHARCS will achieve this by systematically analyzing and extending, as necessary, the hardware and software layers in a computing system. This holistic approach is necessary, as no system can truly be secure unless every layer is secured, starting from the lowest one. We will measure the effectiveness of the SHARCS framework by using it on a diverse set of security-critical, real-word applications. The applications have been chosen from three different domains, medical, cloud and automotive, to demonstrate the platform independence capabilities of SHARCS. SHARCS will provide a powerful foundation for designing and developing trustworthy, secure-by-design applications and services for the Future Internet.

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