The BRAINE-project EMDC (Edge Micro Data Center) are being deployed. In the picture, one of them located at Eindhoven University of Technology at Idelfonso Tafur Monroy’s lab. This EMDC shows an 8 slots monoblock, that can host 8 different units (i.e. CPU, FPGA, GPU, memory…) Please notice how compact the system is!
The AIOTI WG Standardisation has recently released its report on “IoT and Edge Computing EU funded projects landscape” where our BRAINE project is highlighted: https://aioti.eu/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/AIOTI-Report-EU-funded-research-projects-landscape-IoT-Edge-Final.pdf
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BRAINE Use Case 2 on Smart City/Campus – Multi- tenant real-time AI video/audio analytics is progressing!
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Broad dissemination is part of a wider valorisation strategy for the BRAINE results. The BRAINE Project is present at the Italian Internet Festival
BRAINE gives a lot of importance to language and communication. Some terms used in telecommunication and computer science can be considered oppressive and racist. For this reason, BRAINE decided to follow IETF suggestions  and adopt a non-oppressive language. So, every time we want to describe a scenario where we have a Master and some slaves, we will prefer to say Leader and Followers or Coordinator and Workers. When we
ARTEMIS Industry Association has published a short interview to our coordinator. Their interest was on the game changer on which we are motivated where it is possibile to apply Edge Computing combined with AI and they want more information about our innovative AskBRAINE panel series. ARTEMIS Industry Association is a membership organization with about 200 members and associates from all over the Europe. Its focus are are: Embedded and Cyber-physical
Artificial Intelligence in Edge Computing is the second panel organized by BRAINE project. It will be transmitted live on the 25th of March at 3p.m. 5 experts will discuss about the importance of bringing AI capabilities to the Edge of the network, the challenges and the vision. Panelists: Marc-Elian Begin – SixSq Nicolas Kourtellis – Telefonica Marcin Rojek – Bytelake Paolo Crosta – Italtel Tomi Nittumäki – MarshallAI Moderator: Fred
On the HiPeac conference we shared our profound vision on Edge Intelligence, specifically the infrastructure, hardware and software requirements and functional design. Our aim is to contribute to the development of an autonomous Edge in which distributed, Edge embedded MicroDataCenters collaborate in federation and provide Edge cloud services. The advantages are manyfold; data privacy and sovereignty, resilience, energy and infrastructure efficiency, scalability, fault tolerance and security. To manifest these advantages
On 28th January 2021 we had our first panel, live on YouTube. It was about “Telemetry and monitoring at the Edge“. Our project coordinator, Filippo Cugini, moderated the discussion between five experts in different telemetry aspects: hardware, software, networking, environment, and data processing. Our guests were Prof. Luis Velasco, UPC Dr. Francesco Paolucci, CNIT Dr. Javad Chamanara, LUH Ilya Vershkov, NVIDIA Robert Leune, Ethernetics They discussed about the challenges in
Béla Fehér, Professor of electrical Engineering at Budapest University of Technology and Economics passed away on Friday, October 2., 2020. His wife, daughter, son and many friends and colleagues mourn for him. Béla earned his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Budapest university University of Technology in 1983 and 1995. Right after graduating, he joined the Department of Measurement and Information Systems, and has been working there since then. His main
BRAINE Concept : edge computing enabling AI