Big data pRocessing and Artificial Intelligence at the Network Edge
The BRAINE project aims to boost the development of the Edge framework and specifically energy-efficient hardware and AI-empowered software systems, capable of processing Big Data at the Edge, performing AI functions, supporting security, data privacy and sovereignty.
By evaluating multiple real-world use cases and scenarios BRAINE will test and demonstrate the effectiveness and generality of its approach to Edge computing, the innovative computing architectures for embedded and autonomous operation with an emphasis on AI-assisted functions and
required scalability, security, efficiency, agility, and flexibility concerns.
The project has chosen four real-life use cases to integrate the capabilities of the complete value chain: Healthcare Assisted Living / Smart Hospital; Hyperconnected Smart City; Robotics in Industry 4.0 Factory; Supply Chain Industry 4.0 in SC² SemiConductor.
In the BRAINE IMC.SK leads the Use Case 1 “Healthcare Assisted Living / Smart Hospital.”
Developing an assisted living / remote healthcare platform that complements and stretches the practical implementation of Smart Hospital and Smart Caregiving by enabling access to all data streams provided by various heterogeneous medical IoT, diagnostic systems and wearables in patient homes/rooms in hospital/healthcare/caregiving centres via common connectivity networks (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth Mesh).
The BRAINE EMDC platform with Healthcare Assisted Living software will be an intelligent medical services platform that is more advanced, secure, safe, reliable, GDPR compliant and a home-based cost-effective solution for a wide range of healthcare, caregiving, health insurance organisations and various patients in the EU.
The following impact objectives related to the IMCs long term strategic goals:
Coordinator: CONSORZIO NAZIONALE INTERUNIVERSITARIO PER LE TELECOMUNICAZIONI
Start date: 05/2020
Participating organisation: 27
Number of countries: 14
Project website: https://www.braine-project.eu/
The project co-funded by ECSEL Joint Undertaking, and Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic.