DAILL - Distributed Artificial Intelligence Living Lab

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Technische Universität Berlin DAI-Labor, Sekr. TEL 14 Ernst-Reuter-Platz 7 10587 Berlin, Germany Dr. Fikret Sivrikaya fikret.sivrikaya@dai-labor.de  +49 30 31474010

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The Distributed Artificial Intelligence Living Lab aims to bridge Future Internet research with actual users, providing a realistic experimentation and innovation environment involving all stakeholders. The focus of research and innovation lies on the integration of intelligent behaviour into different segments of network architectures, in order to achieve a flexible and scalable model for the distributed information and communication systems of the future.

Description

The DAI Living Lab has as one of its goals to take into account all layers and dimensions of future networks and services and to develop innovative solutions that are usable by developers and useful for users despite the heterogeneity and complexity of the network infrastructure and the numerous requirements for features that next generation services have to possess.  The DAILL network infrastructure is analogous to that of a future network provider in future user-centric networks, where services and solutions already existing today for this upcoming heterogeneous environment can be tested and developed. The DAI Living Lab covers a wide range of emerging mobile access technologies, network components and mobile devices. A high-capacity server infrastructure with XEN based virtualization is used for software components in the testbed. For testing and evaluation, several end terminals are provided to the users of the living lab, primarily smart phones, Internet tablet PCs and netbooks, with a focus on running the Open Source OS “Android” on these devices.

References and Track Record

The DAI Living Lab was primarily founded in the context of the BIB3R project (http://www.bib3r.de/) in cooperation with several partners, such as Siemens, Motorola, Cisco Systems, Sun Microsystems, T- Mobile, T-Systems, Fraunhofer FOKUS, Technische Universität Dresden, the Federal Ministry of Education and Research and the German Aerospace Center (DLR).   Currently, the DAILL is being extended and used within the PERIMETER project (http://www.ict- perimeter.eu/) to develop and evaluate solutions for a user-centric paradigm for seamless mobility in future internet. PERIMETER is an EU-FP7 project with major partners, such as Waterford Institute of Technology, Université de Genève, FH Vorarlberg, CNIT, Telefonica and Turkcell. DAILL is an essential part of the PERIMETER project, where it is connected to Waterford Institute of Technology to create a federated testbed for living labs experimentation and validation of the project developments.  The DAI Living Lab is largely based on open source software and open standards are used whenever possible. The DAI-Labor also contributes to the Open Source community and released several projects as open source, e.g. NeSSI2 Network Security Simulator (www.nessi2.de), JIAC agent framework (www.jiac.de), Smart Open IMS (www.dai-labor.de/index.php?id=1773&L=1), SPREE knowledge exchange network (spree.dai-labor.de)