Docker is a new technology for creating, deploying and managing software containers. We started to use it to host our Social Inclusion services running on the server side. In this article, we shortly introduce Docker and describe why we are using it here in SIT.
Publish Subscribe (pubsub) messaging is becoming crucial for distributed and connected systems. Which protocols and solutions implementing pubsub should one keep in mind before developing his system?
Do you know how much your neighbor’s electricity consumption is compared to yours? What if she consumes half of the electricity that you consume? What if your neighbor could give you some tips? These ar e the question we try to answer with Wattitude, an Android app our student colleagues in IT2901 are making this […]
Imagine a man with his head bended down onto a smart phone screen, checking Facebook activities since ten minutes ago. And there he goes, banging his head into a street light. The scene begs the question: Are smart phones really the best user interfaces we can have?
Our IT2901 Group 8 students have developed a platform for measuring the risk of falls among elderly based on level and quality of physical activity. The developed platform is intended to be developed into a standard fall risk management platform.
The project unviersAAL lead by our group at SINTEF has now produced a number of videos that show the project’s main concepts.
After weeks and months of development the HOMER team releases a new version of HOMER Core project. Numerous bugfixes and new features have been added. Here is a short list of major changes: – now supporting the Apache Karaf OSGi framework (3.0.0-Snapshot). You can start either Felix or Karaf – now supporting several databases: SQLite, […]