The final seminar of the Devices and Interoperability Ecosystem (DIEM) program was held in 6th of February. The DIEM final seminar gathered together around 40 participants to the Open Innovation House in Otaniemi, Espoo. The main focus on the...
This document defines the XML schemas for the Service and Device Connectivity Map (SCM) as well as for the Virtual Devices (VD). Emphasis of the work was to define the general schema structure – not each different service and connectivity method....
This deliverable defines discovery entity operations and table format that is used in discovery entity implementation. The implementation is done with python utilizing Bluetooth and WLAN as a wireless transport examples. The service discovery...
This deliverable is the Python implementation of Discovery Entity specified in deliverable 5.7.16.
DIEM Dissemination Day gathered together around 60 DIEM partners and collaborators to NRC, Ruoholahti. The event wrapped up the results made during the three first DIEM seasons in form of so-called Main Results. Main Results were first presented by...
DIEM General Assembly was held in Ruoholahti on Thursday 18.8. The annual event gathered up around 50 active participators from the partners and associative organizations of the programme. The GA meeting focused on reviewing the results of 3rd...
The following applications have been recently developed for N900 mobile phones: - AR multimedia player implementation on N900 for Nokia’s stand in Finland Pavillion at Shanghai World Expo 2010. Contains touch interaction with animated 3D characters...
'NoTA Keyboard Service' provides an external keyboard for the mobile terminal (N900). Keyboard service is built on top of NoTA protocol stack and the main purpose is to demonstrate NoTA transport agnosticism. There are two transports in the...
DIEM participated in TIVIT Results and Business Forum at Helsinki on April 12th. During afternoon session DIEM participants gave four presentations. Programme Director Petri Liuha from Nokia introduced DIEM, showing how applications can be created...