Research themes include sensing as a service, edge computing and IoT, low latency transport protocols, cloud computing and NFV, and distributed cognitive processing.
The MegaSense research program develops scalable real-time 5G air pollution sensing as a service for megacities. It connects the leading atmospheric science research and geoscience research with Computer Science and AI.
Key People: Sasu Tarkoma
Edge Computing and IoT
The objective of this work package is to investigate technologies, usecase, and enablers for edge computing and develop an open Internet of Things platform which can leverage the concepts of edge computing for IoT usecases.
A recent publications on this theme is: Jiang Dong, Marius Noreikis, Yu Xiao, and Antti Ylä-Jääski. ViNav: A Vision-Based Indoor Navigation System for Smartphones. IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, 2019.
Low Latency Transport Protocols
Cloud Computing and NFV
The objective of this work package is to investigate cloud computing techniques, such as OpenStack and Docker, for scalable and elastic virtualized resource provisioning and management.
A recent publication from this theme is: Abbas Mehrabi, Matti Siekkinen, and Antti Ylä-Jääski. Edge Computing Assisted Adaptive Mobile Video Streaming. IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, 2019.
Distributed and Cognitive Processing
The objective of this work package is to build a novel data distribution and processing framework for base station data gathering and analysis with machine learning and statistical inference components.
Key People: Vilho Räisänen and Sasu Tarkoma.